Mr Stavros Tsirlis graduated from the European School of Osteopathy (ESO, University of Wales) in 2003, acquiring a degree (BSc) and a diploma in Osteopathy.
After his undergraduate obligations, he returned to Greece in order to join the Army Forces as part of his National Service, providing his clinical services in different army camps where he was appointed.
His professional career started in 2005 as a colleague of Mr Michael Tsirlis, founder and director of one of the oldest and largest osteopathic clinics in Greece (late 70s – 2012), where he developed a great interest in the management of pain in many musculoskeletal disorders. In 2010 he joined the Centre of Osteopathy, Naturopathy and Physical Rehabilitation in order to expand his services to the Southern suburbs of Attica. He tries to attend seminars in both Greece and abroad as a way to complement both his academic and clinical skills.
From 2012 he serves as a clinical tutor at the first Osteopathic teaching clinic in Greece (OSD Greek –German Osteopathic School).