Eugene graduated from the London School of Osteopathy with a Masters in Osteopathy in 2016. He is a highly motivated and enthusiastic Osteopath, who previously worked as a Sports Massage Therapist, Pilates Instructor, Personal Trainer and has over 16 years experience in a variety of roles within the health and fitness industry. Eugene currently lectures to undergraduate students at the London School of Osteopathy.
He likes to forge strong relationships with patients, to help motivate and empower them with knowledge about their health conditions, and to help them to find a way to manage their injuries and improve their quality of life. Eugene tends to treat patients structurally and likes to use breathing exercises to help ease the effects of stress and anxiety to help maximise the benefits of treatments. He likes to encourage patients to be active whether that involves going for a short walk, swimming, dancing or whatever. Movement is medicine.
Eugene is a passionate sportsperson and has played Gaelic football for clubs in UK, US and Ireland. He is an avid runner and competed up to National level in Athletics on many occasions. He currently enjoys running half and full marathons, with a best time of 2’59” and in the past has completed full and 70.3 Iron-man triathlons. He understands, from personal experience, how frustrating injuries can be but that it is also vital to have a well managed, active rehab program to enable us to recover to our full potential.
He also enjoy recreational pastimes such mountain biking, swimming and skiing.