Osteopathy in Leyton
We at Leyton Osteopaths are delighted to be reopened and accepting new patients.
We are experiencing a surge in appointment requests, we are still able to answer most calls first time, but if you can't get through on the booking line immediately please persevere.
Call us on 02030 961 900 to arrange your appointment.
Patient wellbeing remains our top priority so we do have COVID-19 safety measures in place to ensure your safety and that you can enjoy your treatment.
Experiencing pain? You are in the right place...
Live pain-free with the help of our highly skilled and experienced back pain specialists.
Located just minutes from Leyton underground station we're within easy reach of Stratford, Leytonstone, Walthamstow and Hackney. Our proximity to Stratford Station makes us accessible from most of London and Essex.
What do we treat?
Our osteopaths are experienced at treating back pain, sciatica, trapped nerves, neck pain and stiffness, shoulder injuries (including frozen shoulder) and hip & knee problems. Don't endure unnecessary pain and suffering. Our experts are here to help!
The quickest and easiest way to make an appointment is by calling us on 02030 961 900.
Your Appointment with Leyton Osteopaths
At your first appointment your osteopath will take a detailed case history. Here you will fully explain your pain and injury, let us know about any health conditions you have and anything else you feel is important.
When your osteopath has completed their examinations they will discuss with you what's happening and give you the opportunity to ask questions. They will explain everything they're doing and answer any further questions you might have.
Does Osteopathy Hurt?
If you are in Leyton or Stratford and haven't tried osteopathy yet because you're afraid it will hurt, we'd strongly recommend putting your worries aside and giving us a visit. A small minority of people feel a little achey after treatment but most people don't even feel that. There are some techniques that are a little more forceful but we are selective in how we use them and would only ever do so with your consent.
What should I bring to my osteopathy appointment?
Just yourself. Having comfortable loose fitting clothing is helpful but not essential.
Back Pain Book
Our principal osteopath, Shane Morris, released his debut book 'The Back Pain Recovery Plan' in September 2019. It has been a bestseller in multiple Amazon categories. All patients receive a complementary copy on request with treatment.
How to find us
Leyton tube station on the central line is 5 minutes’ walk from the clinic. Leyton Midland Train Station is a short bus ride away. Leyton is one stop on the central line from Stratford for links with for the, DLR, Jubilee line and mainline trains. Buses: Nos. 58, 69, 97 and 158 run along Leyton High Road. Stop at Coronation Gardens.
By Car: We are directly on Leyton High Road, near the Leyton Orient Football stadium. There is paid parking nearby and parking vouchers can be purchased at the clinic for up to 2 hours.
Do you do home visits?
In a small number of cases we do home visits if a patient cannot make it into the clinic. We much prefer for patients to come to the clinic as the treatment couches make it more effective for them. Home visits will only be considered for addresses near the clinic Leyton, Leytonstone and Stratford.
Do Leyton Osteopaths provide other treatments?
Buteyko breathing technique is used for the treatment of asthma, anxiety, sleep apnea and many other breathing related disorders and is available at the practice. You can find out more about Buteyko at London Buteyko
Osteopathy, Physiotherapy or Chiropractic?
Osteopaths, physiotherapists and chiropractors often treat similar types of conditions. So, if you are in Leytonstone with back pain or in Leyton with neck pain you have options when it comes to your treatment; the key is to find the right therapist for you.
Osteopathy take a ‘holistic’ approach, often treating related areas away from the site of injury. We also assess ongoing postural and mechanical problems people have and how these may be feeding into the problem. Factors such as lifestyle, job and exercise are considered and incorporated into the treatment plan.
Osteopathy treatments are typically 30 - 45 minutes and involve soft-tissue massage and joint articulation & manipulation.
Physiotherapists traditionally work with injuries and rehabilitation, mainly dealing with muscles and ligaments. Treatments combine ‘hands-on’ muscle manipulation work with the use of technical equipment (such as ultrasound), plus exercise prescription.
Chiropractors focus their treatment mostly on the spine. A chiropractor uses manipulation, or to use their terminology, 'chiropractic adjustment' as their main treatment modality. An appointment with a chiropractor is typically shorter than an osteopathy or physiotherapy appointment.
Leyton Osteopaths shares its premises with a Physiotherapy practice called 'Physio-Answers' and the two therapies often complement each other well.
Leyton Osteopath, Shane Morris has recently introduced a new blog section to the website. Each week there is a new article covering subjects such as back pain, neck pain, shoulder injuries, sciatica & herniated discs. It also explores the importance of exercise and building a routine of healthy habits and practices for optimal health.
The latest blog post gives you practical steps you can take to stimulate your 'rest & digest' response to promote health and recovery from back pain, neck pain and many other injuries. Read the full post here.
Experienced Registered Stratford, Leytonstone and Leyton Osteopath in the heart of Leyton. Providing Buteyko Breathing Technique, acupuncture, natural pain relief, and of course, osteopathy for Stratford, Leyton, Leytonstone and surrounding areas. Specialising in the treatment of sciatica, trapped nerves and back pain.