Qualifications, Education, Experience
Osteopathy
  • Working on the muscles and joints of the body.
  • Taking into account: internal organs as well as environmental and psychological factors.
  • Treating the whole person relying on the self-healing ability of one's body.
Conditions that can be helped with osteopathy include: back, neck and shoulder pain, prolapsed discs, sports injuries, repetitive strain injury, arthritis, asthma, chronic fatigue syndrome, pregnancy aches and pains. 

The treatments consist of joint manipulation, stretching and massage.  Through these treatments the joints can be mobilised, muscle tension relieved and the blood supply to the affected areas can be increased allowing the body to heal itself.

Topics studied:

Biology
Anatomy
Spinal mechanics
Osteopathic diagnosis
Exercise physiology
Soft tissue techniques
Neuro-muscular techniques
Clinical practice
Peripheral mechanics
X-ray diagnosis
Osteopathic philosophy
Palpation and articulatory techniques
Biophysics
Musculoskeletal system
Nervous system
Radiodiagnosis
Human development
Cardiovascular and ventilatory system
Ethics and jurisprudence
Natural therapeutics
Clinical procedures
Function, malfunction and techniques
Laboratory techniques
Pathology
Dietetics and nutrition
Orthopaedics
Traumatology
Applied osteopathic medicine
Dysfunction and disease
Professional practice
Tissue dynamics

Sports Science

Advanced studies and qualifications of various sporting activities:  skiing, kayaking, white water rafting, canyoning, competitive rowing, swimming, scuba diving, alpine mountaineering with rappelling, trekking, orienteering and paragliding.

Subject fields
 
Training endurance - by quantity, character and direction of the sport
Medical and biological aspects of sports training in different sports (discipline) 
Theory and methods of motional qualities, habits and skills
Special means and methods of scientific control in the type of sport (discipline) 
Morphological, functional and psychomotory characteristic of different sports and disciplines
Nature and functions of sports in modern society 
Medical and biological insurance of sports training
Building and management of the training and competition processes 
Science supervision in sports 
Sports management  

Major study and qualification in Sports Science

Anatomy
Physiology
Biochemistry
Biomechanics
Psychology
Sports Medicine
Theory and methods for coaching sports
Sports Nutrition

Professional Qualifications
 

2014 M.Ost degree
British School of Osteopathy 

2008 M.A. Sports Science
Bulgarian National Sports Academy (video)

2007 Personal Trainer
Register of Exercise Professionals; Membership No: R0045975
Advanced Instructor, 
L2 Exercise to Music, L2 Gym, 
L3 Advanced Fitness Instructor

2007 Swimming Coach
British Swimming & Amateur Swimming Association;  Membership No: 54458 Swimming coach
Senior Life Guard (sea)
Life Guard(swimming pool)

2006 Ski Instructor  

Alpine skiing
Cross country skiing
Snowboarding

2004 B.A. Rowing coach
Bulgarian National Sports Academy