Mitul qualified in 2020 with a masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost) from the University College of Osteopathy (formerly known as The British School of Osteopathy). He is member of the Institute of Osteopathy and is registered with The General osteopathic council (GOsC). He speaks Gujarati and Hindi.
With a caring and compassionate approach, he seeks to understand each person’s unique story, combining evidence to practise and to create a personalised treatment and management plan that helps each individual towards their attainable goals.
He enjoys treating people of all ages and uses a range of approaches in the clinic alongside the osteopath and chiropractors in soft tissue, structural and manipulative techniques. He also has a particular interest in cranial and visceral osteopathic manual therapy, education, lifestyle advise and selfcare. Prior to becoming an osteopath, he was in the telecommunications industry in the engineering division. He is married and enjoys travelling, participating with family and spiritual organisation to help feed the homeless in London. He plays badminton especially doubles, enjoys seasonal surfing and cooking for family and friends.