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Do you have an Osteopathy Question ? . . . Ask Andy !

A keen footballer with a passion for just about every kind of physical activity imaginable, it’s no surprise that Andy Caughey ended up in a career connected to sport. That’s not to say he didn’t test out his options along the way, with spells as a police cadet, salesman, removals man and carpenter contributing to his colourful professional history. But it was when Andy suffered a football-related injury in the early 1990s which forced him to cut short his promising career that he was introduced to the world of osteopathy. After receiving regular treatment for ruptured knee ligaments by an osteopath and being amazed at the results, he decided to study and hasn’t looked back since.

Andy embarked on a five-year professional osteopathy course at The College of Osteopaths, graduating in 2000. The patient-turned-practitioner has been using his professional skills to treat patients in the Essex area, Pinner, Eastcote, Middx, Parkstone and Poole for the past 14 years and specialises in a number of areas, including the management of sports-related injuries with the assistance of electrotherapy and Kinesio taping as well as orthotics prescription taking and fitting.

Andy believes everyone – human and animal – can benefit from osteopathy (although his professional services don’t currently incorporate the latter!) His youngest patient to date was just two months old while his oldest so far has been 92 – testament to the broad appeal of this ancient therapy.

The qualified sports therapist, who is a member of the General Osteopathic Council and the British Osteopathic Association, is determined to keep on top of his game, embracing new ideas, techniques and technologies to benefit his clients and build his ever-expanding practice.

So if you have got a question that needs an answer, then Andy’s the right man to ask.

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