David has experience as an amateur singer and performed with the Philharmonia Chorus for many years. He also plays a wind instrument and keyboard so has a first-hand understanding of musical performance. Many of his patients are musicians, actors, dancers and circus performers who are looking for help with a range of problems and see Osteopathy as an important ingredient in their care, together with other practitioners such as Physiotherapists, Speech and Voice Therapists, Performance Psychologists and Alexander Teachers.
David has been a member of BAPAM (British Association of Performing Arts Medicine) for over 20 years and is one of their recognised practitioners. He has delivered lectures to performance groups including the International Society for the Study of Tension in Performance. He is currently an active member of OPACA (Osteopathic Performing Arts Care Association) and has been called upon to provide on-site care at various West-End theatres and studios.