Glenn worked for the NHS between 1990 and 2002, in various clinical roles. He worked as a cardiac technician in the operating theatres of The Royal Brompton Hospital and later became clinical research technician to a consultant cardiologist. He gained his BSc in physiology in 1996.
Having left the NHS in 2002, Glenn practised as a sports massage therapist. A spring board diving accident led Glenn to seek his first osteopathy treatment. Having recovered quickly as a result, he vowed to learn the skills that had helped him.
Glenn studied osteopathy between 2003 and 2008 at The London School of Osteopathy, graduating with a first class honours degree. Glenn's passion for animal welfare led him to study for an MSc in animal osteopathy with The European School of Osteopathy where he gained a first class masters in 2018 - currently making him the highest qualified animal osteopath in The United Kingdom.
Glenn also acts as training facilitator for various NHS Trusts providing manual handling skills to various healthcare staff, with the aim of reducing risk of injury at work and prolonging health.
Fully registered with both The General Osteopathic Council (GOSC) and RAMP (Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners).