Clinical Joint Manipulation Therapist and Research Scientist
Jim is a Clinical Joint Manipulation Therapist and a Research Scientist in the effects of blood Biochemical Nutrients levels, skeletal muscle mass and obesity composition (Both these tissues are used as body markers for disease and health), a Sports Scientist, a registered Joint manipulation Therapist (Phys) (LCSP registered) with background in Osteopathic Techniques training and remedial masseur and a registered Neuro-Muscular exercise therapist and advanced Personal Training instructor. He has worked for over 10 years as a freelance Clinical joint manipulation therapist and remedial masseur and Neuro muscular exercise specialist treating Doctors and Nurses from University College Hospital for lower back pain, knee pain and shoulder malfunction and patients with conditions ranging from sprains, strains whiplash, fibromyalgia, joint pain, osteoarthritis to diabetes.
Jim also worked for 4 years in one of London’s leading fitness clubs (Fitness First – black label) as a freelance Clinical Joint manipulation therapist and advance exercise specialist treating clients suffering from postural injury, lower back pain, knee joint, hip joint, shoulder and ankle pain. He also treated clients suffering from muscle strain and sprains as well as overuse and underuse injury.
Jim achieved a Diploma in Osteopathic Techniques. He then went on to earn a BSc (Hons) degree in Sports Science. Jim’s interest in Biochemical nutrients in blood and how they interact with the Biochemistry of the human body, anatomy and the physiology of Skeletal Muscle Mass and Obesity and how their imbalances may, profoundly, have a negative impact on the body and the Biochemical nutrients in blood; the main instigator of Joint dysfunction, brain misfiring, non-communicative diseases (diabetes, hypertension, inflammation and hypercholesterolemia) and a major contributor of back pain in a majority of cases and allergies, led him to undertake an MSc (Masters of Science degree) in Bioscience Research. Jim is currently pursuing his Doctorate (PhD research) in quantifying changes in the balance between skeletal muscle mass and adipose tissue and how this affects Biochemical nutrients in the blood. Both skeletal muscle mass and adipose tissue may be used as a biomarker to monitor changes in the body as they are sensitive to inactivity or sedentarism, prolonged sitting, poor nutrition and non-communicative diseases.
Jim is also a registered Joint Manipulation therapist (Phys) (LCSP), registered Level 4 back pain and Joint pain treatment specialist, a Level 3 Advanced Personal Trainer and Level 3 Nutritional Management Advisor. Jim’s Bioscience master degree and other degrees have provided him with the tools to apply techniques ( Holistically) to manage and treat Metabolic chronic inflammatory and autoimmune conditions as well as Allergies using Osteopathic techniques, Medicinal Deep fascial massage, Biochemical nutrients, specific neuro-muscular exercises and vibrational techniques.