Having worked for ten years as a firefighter, Jonathan decided a change was needed and discovered Osteopathy. In 1998, following four years of full-time study at the British School of Naturopathy and Osteopathy, Jonathan graduated with a B.Sc (Hons) in Osteopathic medicine, together with diplomas in both Osteopathy and Naturopathy. Since that time he has been practising from his own clinic in Inverkip.
Jonathan Sage qualified from the British School Of Naturopathy and Osteopathy (BCNO), as an Osteopath 23 years ago and has practised on Scotland’s West Coast since then. He has completed a post-grad course in equine and canine osteopathy, and courses in clinical ergonomics, photo-bio-modulation (Low level Laser Therapy) and core stability training with the CHEK Institute to the level of CHEK exercise coach. He lectured for a period of eight years in Anatomy at the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine and traveled throughout Europe over a period of four years as team Osteopath for the British Kayak and Canoe Marathon Race Team.
Harry treats the whole body from your head to your toes! He qualified from Swansea University with a First Class Masters Degree in 2018. Originally from Derby, he moved up to Glasgow.
“My interest in osteopathy originated after being treated by an osteopath myself and this has maintained since. I enjoy treating all conditions and aiming to understand the body’s reaction to pain as well as investigating why the pain arose in the first place. As part of my degree, I reviewed the research on the conservative management of tendinopathy (tendon pain). This has enhanced my ability to combine both hands-on treatment and rehabilitative exercises to ensure the best outcomes. My interests include long-distance cycling, sea swimming, and travelling.”
As part of his university clinical placement, Harry worked within an NHS referral scheme working with NHS doctors, physiotherapists, and orthopaedic consultants in treating patients with persistent pain. He also experienced the benefits of osteopathy on the quality of life of persistent pain conditions such as fibromyalgia.