Ami qualified as an osteopath with honours in 1988 from the British School of Osteopathy London. He subsequently worked and studied with some of the leading osteopaths worldwide. In 1993 he qualified as an acupuncturist and is registered with the British Acupuncture Council. Between the years of 1994 and 1997 he embarked on a Masters programme held at the RMIT Melbourne Australia gaining a Masters in Applied Science in Paediatric Osteopathy.
Since then he has developed together with his team of practitioners, the Good Health Centre, one of the largest osteopathic practices in the UK. As well as treating patients he has also contributed to educating and lecturing to industry, GPs’ and medical students in the field of osteopathy.
Ami has always been very keen on Continual Professional Development and with this in mind has established regular CPD lectures in Leeds to further enhance the principles and practice of osteopathic and manual medicine.
Ami particularly enjoys helping patients with complex problems that require a combination of skills, approaches and creativity.
Over the past four years he has been studying anti-ageing medicine with the aim to enhance patients lives.
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The nature of the problems we treat are very varied. We see adults, children, sport injuries and babies with a huge variety of health problems. Our high success rate can be attributed to our team work. We are able to draw from a pool of knowledge and experience that is unique to each practitioner and deliver the most appropriate care for the patient.