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Backs to the Future

We are never designed to be static or stressed for such long periods of time.

Studying to become a medic, Nick Potter suffered a low back fracture in his spine whilst on a gap year playing rugby in New Zealand. The treatment he received, in particular osteopathy, changed his perceptions of surgery and modern medicine and influenced him to take a different career path. Nick is now Principal and Clinical Director of the Centre for Physical Medicine at the Princess Grace Hospital in London and has become a go-to mentor of

Old Pauline News, Spring 2018

Transcript forBacks to the Future


Studying to become a medic, Nick Potter suffered a low back fracture in his spine whilst on a gap year playing rugby in New Zealand. The treatment he received, in particular osteopathy, changed his perceptions of surgery and modern medicine and influenced him to take a different career path. Nick is now Principal and Clinical Director of the Centre for Physical Medicine at the Princess Grace Hospital in London and has become the go-to mentor of performance for high achievers in the city and a host of celebrities.

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Old Pauline News, Spring 2018

Transcript forBacks to the Future


Studying to become a medic, Nick Potter suffered a low back fracture in his spine whilst on a gap year playing rugby in New Zealand. The treatment he received, in particular osteopathy, changed his perceptions of surgery and modern medicine and influenced him to take a different career path. Nick is now Principal and Clinical Director of the Centre for Physical Medicine at the Princess Grace Hospital in London and has become the go-to mentor of performance for high achievers in the city and a host of celebrities.

Click here to download pdf file of article

or

Click here to view article published vis issuu - article on pages 8-9

Old Pauline News, Spring 2018
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