Nigel, originally from Taunton in Somerset, first established his practice in London E11 in 1987, moving it to Snaresbrook in 1992.
He initially graduated from The University of London in 1983 with a BSc (Hons) in Pharmacology. He then continued his studies with a further four years at The British School of Osteopathy and was rewarded with an Honours Diploma in Osteopathy. The diploma is now a BSc degree.
Nigel became one of the first ever osteopaths to practice within the NHS, working as a crucial part of a research project studying the benefits of osteopathy within the NHS. The project was conducted with Dr Aswani, A First Waiver GP from the Allum Medical Centre E11 and was published in the Fundholding Magazine in 1994.
During his career, Nigel has also returned to teach and tutor in Teaching Clinics at The British School of Osteopathy.
Nigel is married with two children. He is a keen horseman, which led to him developing a partnering business offering osteopathic treatments and benefits to the equine world. Horseteopathy treats horses, as well as jockeys and riders across the UK.