Our Practitioners


Stephen Deadman
Stephen Deadman is registered Osteopath, Physiotherapist and 0rthopaedic Injection Therapist. This makes him one of the few dual registered Osteopathic / Physiotherapy Practitioners in the United Kingdom. He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), The Health & Care Professional Council (HCPC),  Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (MCSP),  London & Counties Society of Physiologists (LCSP). 

Over the last 15 years Stephen has written lectures for the British School of Manual Medicine, Ushaw College County Durham and The Northern Institute of Massage. He is educated in advanced anatomy, physiology, health and nutrition, pharmacology, pathology, pathophysiology, bio-mechanics and sports medicine.

He has also attained further profession development in medical acupuncture, advance manipulation and Cranial Sacral Therapy, & in March 2010 he gained the qualification to administer Hydrocortisone Injections, from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.


Mr Jack Holmes

Registered Osteomyologist
Sports Massage & Rehabilitation Specialist

Jack has gained Osteomyology accredited status, while simultaneously studying to gain his Masters in Osteopathy, at the European School of Osteopath in Kent. This is very rare, and speaks volumes about Jack's commitment and hunger to learn and better himself, whilst also helping others in their recovery.

Jack has been trained and qualified in sports massage therapy as well as both standard and advanced spinal and peripheral manipulation. This gives him a wide range of techniques that he can use, meaning he is both efficient and effective with his treatments.

Over the last 15 years, he has been working with people of all ages as a sporting coach, consequently he has amassed a wealth of experience giving him a primary knowledge of sporting and exercise injuries and how to treat them.

Coupled with this, Jack is currently in his 3rd year studying Osteopathy at university level and is already educated in advanced anatomy and physiology, as well as a wide range of orthopaedic and pathological conditions. 

Through continuous assessment, it has been noted by other professionals that Jack has “A considerate and caring approach to care,” This allows him to efficiently assess, diagnose, and treat in a way that is tailored to each individual patient in a way that they understand.

As a keen sportsman, Jack has played tennis at a high level for the past 15 years, giving him first hand experience with health and nutrition, as well as the bodies biomechanics. This knowledge ensures a great insight as to the mechanisms that are required for optimal health and comfort and how to achieve them.


In Jack, you have access to a unique practitioner with a deep understanding of musculo-skeletal problems and how best to treat them.

Being Orthopaedically trained, manual medicine rather than drugs is used to treat patients. The ancient skills of Massage and specific joint manipulations act as a catalyst for your body to heal itself. Extremely skilled in the arts of Manual Medicine Therapy, Jack uses these skills to bring about an early resolution to your problem.

Over 90% of all back problems are due to what are known as ‘Subluxations, which simply means ‘misalignments of the spine.'

Orthopaedic diagnostic tests, properly carried out, bring us to a definitive diagnosis getting to the cause of your problem.

Jack’s techniques in advanced body bio-mechanics which he has honed with his mentor Steve, in conjunction with his studies with the Osteomyology Association, give Jack powerfully effective weapons in the detection and treatment of both simple and complex injuries and conditions. Add this to the capability of being able to refer in house to Steve, who if needed can administer powerful anti-inflammatory Hydrocortisone injections, and you have the recipe for a very high recovery rate.

The following are just some of the conditions that can be helped and treated:

  • Sports Injuries
  • Sciatica
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Whiplash
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Tennis Elbow