SportsOsteo Director Registered Osteopath since 2000 UKA Level 2 Performance Coach Member of the Institute of Osteopathy Member of the Osteopathic Sports Care Association Senior Associate Royal Society of Medicine
  2. London 2012
    London 2012
    Alan was a member of the Osteopathic Team working as part of the Physical Therapies Team at the Polyclinic in the Athletes Village. There he treated a number of athletes who went on to make finals and win Olympic medals.
  3. Pole Vault
    Pole Vault
    Alan was an International standard pole vaulter competing for Ireland. As an athlete Alan found that Osteopathic treatment seemed to work better for him and his initial interest in Osteopathy was formed. He is an ACSM Exercise Physiologist and UK Athletics Jumps Coach.
  4. IAAF World Athletics London 2017
    IAAF World Athletics London 2017
    Alan was a member of the Physical Therapies team that worked at the 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championships. Treating athletes at the warm-up track pre and post training and competition.
  5. Cycling
    Alan is an advocate of "practice what you preach" and enjoys getting out walking, running and cycling. He cycles at least 3 times per week and has completed all the Ride London 100 Sportive events.
  6. Lecturing for OSCA
    Lecturing for OSCA
    Alan has previously lectured and examined Osteopathic students at two Osteopathic colleges and has lectured for the Osteopathic Sports Care Association.
  7. Registered by the GOsC since 2000
    Registered by the GOsC since 2000
    Alan graduated in May 2000 from the College of Osteopaths with his Diploma in Osteopathy as the years top student. Since then he has been registered with the General Osteopathic Council. He has been treating as a physical therapist since 1995.
  8. Treating elite young athletes
    Treating elite young athletes
    Alan has many years experience working with elite young athletes. He spent 5 years treating club and International standard gymnasts from Heathrow Gymnastics Club. As well as treating junior International standard track and field athletes.
  9. Fire Service
    Fire Service
    Prior to working as an Osteopath Alan worked as a Firefighter in Surrey. He completed his 5 year Osteopathic training and spent his last two years working as the Fire Service Health and Fitness Advisor. In this role he ran the rehabilitation, physical training and testing programmes.
Alan Burke DO Registered Osteopath