Hi, my name is Nathan and I graduated with a Bachelors of Science from the University of Southampton in 2012 and a Masters in Osteopathy from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in 2016.
This training enables me to help people recovery from an all manner of injuries, pain presentations and/or movement problems.
So what does this mean for you?
I have a strong background and appreciation of the inner workings of the human mind and body. This means I have an understanding of what is happening to the human body when it undergoes trauma and how that affects you, as a person, and ultimately, how I can help you recover.
The treatment and rehabilitation process will take into account your lifestyle, your general health and your own pain experience which will help me understand how to help you as an individual to get you back to being you.
What do I actually do?
You can break it down into two broad categories: passive and active. The passive techniques focus on me working on you to help reduce discomfort which facilitates the active part of your recovery process. In other words, exercise rehabilitation. Your body is best when moving and this helps with recovery.
Of course, I am a normal human being too enjoying field hockey, climbing and enjoying the company of my friends.
I look forward to meeting and helping you.
After 6 weeks of osteopathic treatment, amazingly, most of the intense pain I’d been suffering 24/7 disappeared. I continued treatment and after some months I was able to take up non-contact sports again.
After numerous rounds of painkillers and physio, my latest bout of unbearable pain and discomfort was the final straw and finally sought help from the Fareham Osteopathic centre after recommendation from my sister. I cannot thank Cain from the centre enough.