B.Sc (Hons) DO
The second French man of the team.... he was born and grew up near Lyon.
Pierre originally came to England to study and liked it so much that he decided to stay on... He graduated of the European School of Osteopathy, Maidstone.
Pierre now divides his time between three busy practices located in Thrapston, Earls Barton and Northampton. He has joined the Maple Tree Clinic in summer 2009 and has been working closely with Christophe since. On the top of his own patients list he often provides an alternative option when Christophe diary his full.
He has been treating babies, children and pregnant mums since joining with great success. He also treat many condition presenting to the clinic from all ages, activities and profession (e.g. builders, sportsmen and women, adolescent training, office workers and active elders), trying to be true to the osteopathic motto: “To keep you Younger for Longer”.
When Pierre first came to visit and observe Christophe, he was fascinated at the idea of working from neonate to elderly as well as successfully combining his practice with the animal side (Horses, dogs and cats). Working with animals as well as human has always been a dream for him. After completing a year and half apprenticeship with Christophe learning about osteopathy in general and animal osteopathy in particular, he is now dedicating a third of his time helping dogs and horses.
His approach combine various tools from very gentle or more dynamic structural technique depending on the need of the patient. For example, he uses Cranial osteopathy for little one and pregnant mothers, and more dynamic treatment in a healthy but injured rugby player. At the clinic our osteopath are pleased to promote an analytical approach to treatment, systematically checking the different parts of the body that are painful and tracing the problem back to where it has originated, and avoiding being focus solely on the area of pain.
Pierre ensures that all his patients receive a factual yet simple explanation of their situation, what he believes to be the cause and an honest estimation of how long recovery is likely to take.