Testimonials from Samuel's patients
About Samuel //
Samuel Morris has spent years developing skills and experience that he can apply with his patients in South Manchester. Some of his qualifications and credentials are shown below:
Private osteopath, Tatton House Studios, Gatley.
Advanced Spinal Practitioner, NHS (Huddersfield)
1st team Osteopath, Sheffield Wednesday Football Club
Consultant Osteopath, Centre for Spinal Studies & Surgery, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham.
Osteopathic spinal fellow, Centre for Spinal Studies & Surgery, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham.
Consultant Osteopath, British Athletics, High Performance Athletics Centre, Loughborough University.
Clinical Tutor, College of Osteopaths, Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent.
2018 Postgraduate diploma - Pain Management
2014 Clinical fellowship - Spinal Osteopathy, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham.
2010 BSc Hons (Osteopathy) - 1st Class
Published papers and research activity
Samuel sits on an advisory committee for the international research group Eurospine and is regularly involved with scientific efforts to improve our understanding of of spinal therapies.
Published papers and abstracts:
Morris S. and Booth J. (2018) Shaping Conservative Spinal Services with the Spine Tango Registry. European Spine Journal
Morris S., Booth J. and Hegarty J. (2016) Spine Tango registry data collection in a conservative spinal service: a feasibility study. European Spine J
Booth J., Morris S. and Hegarty J. (2015) Spine Tango Conservative treatment registry: Implementation within a spinal outpatients department and early data analysis. The Spine Journal 15(3):S76
2017 Eurospine, Dublin. Surgical and non-surgical options in degenerative spinal conditions. Debate
2016 Eurospine, Berlin. Implementation of data collection for the Spine Tango Conservative registry
2015 NSpine, Nottingham. Pathophysiology of the upper cervical spine
2015 British Association of Spinal Surgeons, Bath. Spine Tango Conservative treatment registry
Samuel is fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council and can accept payment through most medical insurance companies. He has completed further professional training in a wide variety of treatment and rehabilitation techniques, including medical acupuncture and clinical pilates.
Samuel uses a combination of manual osteopathic approaches tailored to suit the individual patient. He takes an interest in posture and movement patterns and how they influence muscle and joint pain. Samuel works hard to stay up to date with the latest research in all areas relevant to osteopathy so that he can integrate modern knowledge in his practice. As a former university tutor, Samuel puts a lot of emphasis on educating and believes that his patients benefit greatly from understanding the nature of their conditions. When he's not at work, he enjoys spending as much time as possible with his young daughters, Caitlin and Tara.