Robert D. Clarke DO DN

Osteopath and Naturopath

GOsC ref no 3/1421/F

Robert is an osteopath and naturopath, he graduated from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy in 1991. Since then he has worked in a busy practice in Huddersfield for 5 years, before moving to Scotland in 1996 to set up the Good Health Centre.

He has contributed to two international text-books on back pain as well as winning the National Back Pain Association gold medal for original research. Robert has also written a number of magazine articles and newsletters on nutrition and herbal medicine.

As a member of the Spinal Research Unit of Huddersfield University, Robert has been involved in some of the latest research into back pain, the results of which have been published in peer reviewed scientific journals such as Spine.

In 2000, Robert completed a course on myo-facial acupuncture, for the treatment of musculo-skeletal injuries, which he has found to be a very useful adjunct to his osteopathic skills.

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