I am keen on research and evidence informed ways of working with people. The Patient Recorded Outcome Measures will add to the evidence base for osteopathy and will help guide the development of future treatments.

Patients who wish to participate can provide anonymous feedback to measure various aspects of their care.  This is an initiative being launched all over the United Kingdom by the National Council for Osteopathic Reserarch.  All data is managed confidentially by NCOR: I will not see it.

My patients tell me every single day that osteopathy has helped them live better, healthier, and more mobile and pain free lives.  In many cases, they also say that osteopathy has helped where other approaches have failed.

I want to help spread the word to help many more people benefit from osteopathy and your help with this research will provide valuable evidence to help all osteopaths achieve this aim.

Please let me know if you are interested!