Osteopathy for Swindon & Surrounding Areas
Everyone deserves pain-free movement. Based in Swindon, we're able to support you with a number of chronic and acute conditions. Find out more by scrolling down.
Since receiving guidelines from my registration body GOSC and insurers IO we are able to take appointments! Please where possible book online for an appointment and please read important notice when booking. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Liz Anderson-Easey MOst
I have always wanted to be an Osteopath because I know personally how much it can improve your life and enable you to do the activities you want or need to do. I graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a Masters degree in Osteopathy in 2014 and I’m a member of the General Osteopathic Council (GOSC) and the Institute of Osteopathy (IO).
I have been working in Swindon for the past 5 years and opened my clinic in West Swindon in 2019.
I enjoy treating a wide array of injuries and issues including work related injuries, sports injuries, post surgical rehabilitation, pregnancy related pain, children and babies.
Osteopathy uses an array of techniques to help improve your pain as quickly as possible. This may include: massage, Osteopathic manipulation, mobilisations, IATSM, Acupuncture, exercise rehabilitation and Cranial Osteopathy.
Outside of clinic I enjoy HIIT training for crazy mud runs, dog walking and canicross, and paddleboarding.
About our Practitioners
Niall Coyne MOst
Since I was young, I have always had an interest in helping people. My dad was often treated by an osteopath. It always had a massive positive effect on not only the amount of pain he was in, but on his mobility and mood too. This is when I knew I wanted to become an osteopath. I graduated from Swansea University with a Masters degree in Osteopathy in 2020. I am a member of the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and the Institute of Osteopathy (IO).
I can manage and treat a variety of injuries and problems patients come in with, including but not limited to age related changes (such as arthritis), injuries occurring with accidents, sports and work.
I have a wide array of techniques available to me to use in treatment. These soft tissue massage, stretching techniques known as METs, manipulation, mobilisation, and prescribing exercises to facilitate recovery.
I live in Oxford and enjoy gardening, gaming and windsurfing.
Shu Bayeezid MOst
My journey into Osteopathy started through a friend. They were successfully able to avoid major surgery through the help of Osteopathy. I believe providing an alternative treatment that is less intrusive is very valuable and can remove barriers like pain and immobility, in people’s lives.
I’m from South Wales and speak English and Bengali. I graduated from Swansea University with a Masters in Osteopathy in 2020 and am also a member of the GOsC and the IO.
I have worked in two previous clinics where I treated a great range of conditions. I have experience with arthritis, sciatica, lower back pain, cerebral palsy, scoliosis, headaches, and much more. I have a particular interest in sports injury rehab, paediatrics, chronic pain management and asthma.
When you see me you can expect many osteopathic techniques during treatment. This includes mobilisation, manipulation, soft tissue and stretching techniques (MET and NMT), and Balanced ligamentous tension (BLT) techniques. Accompanying the manual treatment I am keen on health education. This means I will teach you how to prevent injury, managing existing chronic conditions, and adapting work or hobby activities to prevent pain.
Outside of the clinic I enjoy playing sports and spend my time playing basketball and tennis. I also enjoy a bit of casual photography.
What we Treat
Using our range of treatments we're able to support you with a number of chronic and acute conditions as well as supporting you with long term physical maintenance. Below are just some of the conditions that we can help with.
- Back pain
- Neck Pain
- Headaches and Migraine Prevention
- Joint Pain
- Arthritis Pain
- Shoulder and Elbow Pain
- Frozen Shoulder
- Tennis Elbow
- Sports injuries
- Rheumatic Pain
Osteopathy for Pregnancy
Pregnancy can cause aches and pains including joint and back pain such as Pelvic Girdle Pain PGP and sciatica. We can use manual therapy to help your pains throughout your pregnancy and help your recovery after birth.
Osteopathy for babies
Osteopathy is a gentle treatment suitable for babies. Gentle manipulation and cranial Osteopathy can help soothe and relax your baby and relieve strains on their body. Alongside lactation consultants, we can also help and give advice related to breastfeeding.
Osteopathy for children
Osteopathic techniques are suitable for children at all stages of development; we can assess your child to see what we can help. We also work with children with disabilities and learning difficulties.
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