Inn 1993 Nicholas decided to undertake  a self funded, four year, full time course in Osteopathy at  the British School of Osteopathy, graduating in 1997 with an Batchelor of Science (Hons). He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and a member of the British Osteopathic Association. Prior to this he enjoyed a number of years working in a London advertising agency.

Since graduating he has worked both in his own practice, the  Emsworth Osteopathic Clinic, and has gained experience working for two lecturers in Osteopathic Technique from the BSO.

He has a particular interest in peoples postural and movement habits and how they contribute to their problems. He followed this up in 2007 and 2008 by undertaking a 500 hour training in Structural Integration with the well respected practitioner and author of Anatomy Trains, Thomas Myers. As far as he is aware he is the first person in the UK to hold a BSc (Hons) Ost. and be a Certified Structural Integrator.

He gives occasional talks to local groups about Osteopathy.

For the last twelve years he has been a student of Iyengar Yoga  In addition to the personal benefits gained it has provided a useful source of inspiration for patient exercises.

His interests outside work include surfing, mountain biking, film and cooking.


Clinic Address
2 Havant Road
PO10 7JE
01243 375112

Emsworth Osteopathic Clinic

At the Emsworth Osteopathic Clinic a friendly, professional, whole body approach is taken to treating people from 9-99 for a wide and varied range of problems. Patients include sports people, the elderly, pregnant women and children. Patients are welcome to bring a partner or friend with them, children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Osteopathy is a safe and natural approach to healthcare and is effective in treating a range of conditions.

Appointments last approximately 45 minutes. This will involve a detailed case history, which will include any previous medical history such as any serious illnesses, accidents, broken bones, or operations which you have had since birth up to the present day. Any of these may have a bearing on your current problem. It also affords the time to explain to the patient what is wrong in order to make them aware of the prognosis and help them feel in control of their recovery.

A treatment plan will be made if osteopathic treatment is indicated which will also incorporate advice on movement, posture and exercise in order to speed up rehabilitation. If it is felt that Osteopathy is either innapropriate or should not be the only form of treatment alternatives will be discussed with the patient.

If you would like to dicuss your symptoms prior to making an appointment then please contact us on 01243 375112

Osteopathy can treat:

  • Back pain
  • Hip and knee pain
  • Stiff neck
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Sciatica
  • Some headaches
  • Stress / inability to relax
  • Muscle spasms/ cramp
  • Posture & alignment
  • Tennis elbow
  • Fibromyalgia