Dan Warin graduated in 2005 from the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine after completing a 4-year full time course.
Dan continually undertakes professional development to remain up to date and to stay at the forefront of current medical practice. Since graduating Dan has completed a cranial sacral osteopathic course, which he incorporates into his everyday skill se
t, but also uses it to successfully treat babies and children. Dan has also completed his PGCE, which is allowing him to pursue his interest in teaching the future generations of osteopaths. With a lecturing and clinical role at the London School of Osteopathy, Dan is enjoying the constant questions and challenges that come with education, and working with his fellow peers. With a heavy emphasis on university research, Dan is proud to be a part of the future of osteopathy, and it’s place in the medical world.
Over the years Dan has treated thousands of patients, and worked at several clinics. Originally being part of clinics at Wellingborough, Olney and Northampton, Dan is now proud to be part of a long standing team at Shefford Osteopathic Clinic, as well as running his own clinics in Northampton and Bicester. This has all enabled Dan to build a wealth of knowledge and experience to ensure each patient is treated as an individual so that they can feel reassured in the knowledge that they are in safe hands.
Dan is a registered member of the General Osteopathic Council.