Christopher uses his knowledge in anatomy and physiology to understand and fix the cause of the patient’s pain or functional disorder. An osteopath will do this by manually investigating and treating all systems in the body because the pain doesn’t necessarily point to what’s causing it. By treating the cause using a holistic approach, the body is then able to self-heal itself.
He completed his training course at the ATMAN Osteopathy Centre in Sophia-Antipolis, accredited by the French Department of Health.
Christopher has worked in his own clinic in the south of France, seeing patients of all ages and has accompanied athletes in basketball. He’s also worked within a company, responsible for treating the employees to reduce musculoskeletal disorders, contributing to a better work environment. Christopher has been an active educator working as a school clinic tutor – supervisor for students needing support and superintending students during sporting events. Also as a teacher’s assistant, explaining and demonstrating practices during practise sessions to individual students.
Personal note: Living and working in Bahrain is by far my most exciting career choice to date. Meeting such a diversity of people, of all walks of life is an experience that has opened my mind on many levels. It is a pleasure to offer my osteopathy skills to such a community.