A Sheffield-born osteopath has been shortlisted for a top national award.
Steven Ojari is named in the category of ‘Principle Osteopath of the Year’ at the Institute of Osteopathy’s annual awards.
He is nominated for his work at Bannerdale Osteopaths in Nether Edge.
The facility specialises in treating and managing a wide range of conditions including back and neck pain, occupational and repetitive strain injuries and issues relating to pregnant and nursing mothers. Staff aim to detect, treat and prevent health problems by moving, stretching and massaging a person’s muscles and joints.
Steve said: “Our goal is to get you back to health as quickly as we can, using as few treatments as possible and we view a successful outcome by not seeing you again. That’s not to say we will abandon you once you are starting to feel a bit better. You should leave with an understanding of why your condition has arisen and knowledge of what you can do to prevent re-occurrence. Exercises are in many instances very important too so we will attempt to find a few that work for you.”
Steve is hoping to attend the awards ceremony in Windsor on November 26.