Ian Lewis Registered Osteopath
Who is Ian Lewis?
Mr Ian Lewis is a Registered Osteopath, he holds a Bachelor of Osteopathy from Middlesex University in North London and a diploma in Sports Injury and Massage from the Association of Physical and Natural Therapists. He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (Registration No. 8440) and he is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy.
What is Ian Lewis' previous Osteopathic experience?
Mr Ian Lewis has previously gained experience in osteopathic clinics in Oxford and Swindon (2010 to 2013) at Oxford Brookes University. Then in clinics in Borehamwood and Marylebone Central London (2013-2016) at the College of Osteopaths. Where he trained as a structural osteopath.
He has also worked in more established osteopathic clinics that have been in operation between 30-40 years in Peterborough and Norfolk. Which have very high volumes of patients from a variety of backgrounds and clinical presentations.
His osteopathic practice experience has let him to treat athletes, professionals/office based workers, trades people, children, post-partum or expectant mothers. Their even a list of conditions from an evidence based osteopathy practice.
What does Ian Lewis enjoy doing in his free time?
Ian Lewis is a very approachable and engaging person. He is an active member of Cambridge Round Table. He enjoys sailing on occasional weekends and holds Royal Yachting Association certificates as a Competent Crew and Day Skipper. He also enjoys independent travel, salsa and ceroc dancing.
Ian Lewis used be a Judo practitioner as a teenager under the British Judo Schools Association (Now British Judo) and was trained at the Leys School Judo Club in Cambridge where the highest grade he reached was Brown Belt (1st Kyu). He was Cambridgeshire county champion with gold, silver and bronze medals. He was selected for the British National Squad by Judo Olympic and World Champion Neil Adams.
Mr Ian Lewis is the primary care provider for the clinic, in which he has experience of treating competitive athletes, professionals/office based occupations, tradespeople, children, post-partum mothers to people with chronic musculoskeletal conditions.