Sergi qualified as a physiotherapist in 2012. He studied MSc Ost studies at University College of Osteopathy, graduating in 2018 with distinction. During his degree, he also undertook a two-year in biodynamic craniosacral therapy. These courses informed his post-graduate dissertation which was published in the International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine, with Dr Hilary Abbey as co-author, titled: “Interoception, Mindfulness and Touch: A Meta-Review of fMRI studies” in March 2020.
Throughout 2020 and 2021, he worked as a clinic tutor at the UCO training and mentoring final-year osteopathic undergraduates.
Since 2021 Sergi has been working at the Centre for Osteopathic Medicine collaborating with other researchers to update current osteopathic models and has written an article under review by IJOM, titled: “Reconceptualising the Osteopathic Therapeutic Alliance: Integrating Phenomenological and Psychological insights within an Active Inference perspective”.
His research over the years has led Sergi to gain interest and knowledge in functional neuroanatomy, touch and pain neurophysiology, and the role of the interoceptive system and touch in manual therapy and chronic pain disorders which are also his areas of special interest as a clinician.
Sergi combines his expertise in osteopathy, craniosacral therapy and physiotherapy to provide outstanding care for his patients particularly focused on diagnostic and therapeutic specificity in the alleviation of chronic pain.