Chrysalis Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
Stephen L. Bass
Stephen graduated in 1998 with First Class Honours in Osteopathy. He has also completed extensive training in the field of Sports medicine. His own personal interest in football and athletics sparked his initial interest in the function of the human body.
He has also completed many post-grad qualifications including the C.H.E.K. Exercise Certification program. Courses on Scientific Back Training, Core Conditioning and advanced Swiss Ball training for rehabilitation. In addition, Stephen has undergone training with the Prague School of Rehab, completing courses & implementing the DNS concepts in rehab (Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization) developed by Prof Pavel Kolar.
As well as professional experience in sports injuries, Stephen has a particular interest in occupational strains. He is a qualified assessor in workstation ergonomics, providing practical solutions in reducing work related injury.
Postural re-education is another area of focus in Stephen’s methods in improving function and reducing the stress on the musculo-skeletal system.
All Osteopaths have different styles to their treatment, Stephen’s very much “Hands On” approach to manual therapy along with combining his knowledge of biomechanical assessments and corrective exercise, are what gets him the results that help resolve your pain and get to the root of your condition.
Stephen is a Registered Osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) & British Osteopathic Association (BOA). He is also a recognised practitioner to provide Osteopathic treatment with the Private Medical Insurance Companies.
Christopher R. L. Nunn
Christopher graduated from the respected University of Northampton Podiatry School with first class honours. He has a special interest in biomechanics of the foot and the treatment of running injuries.
He has been involved in professional football for six years. He has experience in the assessment and treatment of both amateur athletes and those in elite sport at the English Institute of Sport based in Loughborough. He is an enthusiastic follower of all sport and a keen marathon runner.
He has implemented a corporate biomechanics training program and works closely with the staff at the specialised running shop in Milton Keynes.
Christopher is a registered member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists (SOCAP) and the Health Professions Council (HPC).