Duncan attended the British School of Osteopathy in the late 1980’s. Between 1991-
In January 1996 he moved to New Zealand working at the busiest practice on the island where he treated between 60-
He was married in Cheltenham in 2006 as has worked here ever since.
In the near twenty-five years of clinical practice, Duncan’s approach has evolved with the times and now incorporates aspects of Acupuncture, U.S. Physical Therapy and rehabilitation from The Prague School of Physical Medicine.
In over twenty-five years of practice, Duncan’s approach has evolved to incorporate new research and understanding in physical therapy and pain science from across the globe. As a result of an ever interconnected world, information can now be shared by leading thinkers living in the USA, Canada, Australia, Norway and beyond. Typically Duncan will attend two to three seminars a year( the cost being prohibitive of further attendance!)
As an example in the past twelve months, the following courses were taken:
A practical guide to persistent pain therapy with
Neuro Orthopaedic Institute
David Butler and Lorimer Moseley
Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science
Consequently, over the past twenty-five years, the courses and postgraduate training received is quite a list.
It is also quite varied. It’s also probably a little dull to a layperson! So here is a brief taster…
British Society of Clinical and Academic Hypnosis
with Gray Cook (an athletic screening procedure to identify dysfunction)
Rocktape athletic taping
with both AAHGP (acupuncture training for predominately NHS staff) and also a second course with OSCA (Osteopathic Sports Care Association)