Aurelien (Oli) Noyer
Oli graduated from the British School of Osteopathy obtaining a Masters with distinction, the Principal’s Prize for Clinical Excellence and the R.K. Hardy Prize for best dissertation.
During his training and career, he has gained a wealth of experience in treating a diverse range of patients and conditions but holds a particular interest in sports injuries. He is a strong advocate of patient centred care and seeks to integrate your needs into his treatment, combining manual therapy (soft tissue massage, joint manipulation & articulation), exercise rehabilitation and advice for optimal outcomes.
He is also an avid sportsman with a background in climbing, gymnastics and tennis. In addition to osteopathy, Oli obtained a BSc (Hons) in Sport and Exercise Science from the University of Birmingham and likes to integrate his knowledge on exercise physiology and sports nutrition into his treatment approach.
Having recently published his research paper in BMC Chiropractic and manual therapies, Oli considers himself to be an evidence informed practitioner and actively keeps up to date with the latest research on clinical reasoning, rehabilitation and manual therapy.
As a result of having lived in multiple countries, he is fluent in French and Spanish.