About Daniel

Daniel Carter is a qualified osteopath, deep tissue massage therapist, anatomy in motion practitioner and personal trainer.

Daniel graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2013 after 5 years of training. Prior to this Daniel worked as a personal trainer and exercise rehabilitation supervisor in a busy Chiropractic clinic.

Daniel has a passion for injury rehab, movement analysis and bio-mechanics. During his time as a personal trainer Daniel realized many of his clients were nursing some kind of injury (which would affect their training) or had previous injuries which impeded their progress.  Clients who had spent many years in seated occupations would have marked postural changes that would affect exercise selection and intensity.  Daniel wanted to understand how he could help his clients not only look better but feel and perform better as well.

Daniel undertook a series of corrective exercises with the CHEK institute as well as performance training with Charles Poliquin.  He increased his rehabilitation knowledge by enrolling on courses with physiotherapists.  Eventually after years of learning he decided he wanted professional recognition so decided to train as an Osteopath at the British School of Osteopathy in London.

Since qualifying as an Osteopath in 2013 Daniels quest for knowledge has continued. He is particularly interested in finding the cause of a patient’s complaint (not just the symptoms).  This has led him to take further courses in soft tissue treatments, joint mobilizations, low back/shoulder rehabilitation, human biomechanics and movement. He has recently completed a 40 week human biomechanics diploma with the Gray Institute in Detroit and a six day intensive with Gary Ward (founder of Anatomy in Motion) as seen on BBC’s ‘Doctor in the House’.  Find out more about the AIM system and Gary Ward here


Master of Osteopathy (M.Ost) from the British School of Osteopathy

AIM Practitioner (Gary Ward)

Fellow of Applied Functional Science (Gray Institute)

Sports Massage Therapist (Premier International)

Personal Trainer (Premier International)