Jason trained for 4 years at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, qualifying in 1986. He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
What influenced you to become an osteopath?
When I was 14, I injured my back and was taken to see an osteopath for treatment. He helped me so much that I decided there and then that was what I wanted to do when I grew up!
When did you join the team?
After graduating, I worked in Covent Garden and Hertfordshire, and was also lecturing at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London. Four years later, in 1990, I founded North Beds Osteopaths in an annexe of my parents’ house in Bromham. Since then, the clinic has had two moves and has steadily grown into the practice that it is today.
What do you enjoy most about your role at North Beds Osteopaths?
The most fulfilling part of my role is helping my patients – whether that’s helping to rid them of their pain, or helping them maintain their health and fitness in the longer term.
What specialist areas of practice are you particularly interested in?
I mainly work as a general osteopath, although I do have an interest in treating pregnant and postpartum women. I’m also involved in the treatment of sports injuries and worked pitch-side for a rugby club for 6 seasons.
How do you like to spend your spare time?
I like to spend time with my wife Jo and our two daughters, and also enjoy walking our dog Murphy. My main hobby is listening to all sorts of music, either at home or attending live gigs when time allows!