Adopting a functional medicine approach to lifestyle medicine
First and foremost I consider myself an exercise and medical scientist who embraces and champions a Functional Medicine approach to helping individuals become and remain healthy.
BA (combined honours) graduate from the University of Liverpool, majoring in exercise physiology, 1992.
Master of Medical Science from The University of Sheffield in 1995 following further academic training at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield.
First Central London lifestyle clinic opened in 1997 and accepted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
I have a particular specialism (not to mention keen interest) in reversing the negative long- term effects of stress, and how that impacts on establishing and maintain optimal health with individuals from all walks of life, including business executives, those experiencing long-term or chronic illness and disease, and high-performing athletes.
Part of the UK’s founding group of Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, as accredited by the National Strength and Conditioning Association of America, 2002.
Youngest ever recipient of a ‘Lifetime Achievement’ award from the Register for Exercise Professionals, 2003.
National and International conference speaker.
A large majority of clients come to me having been unsuccessful pursuing conventional medical treatments and who are looking for a science-based, cutting edge approach to health care.
In 2004 graduated from the Institute for Functional Medicine in Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice.
In 2013 was in the first cohort group (worldwide) to be awarded Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner status.
Considered by the Institute for Functional Medicine as a Clinical Innovator.