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We are very passionate about the quality of osteopathic treatment we provide and we are very proud to have been at the forefront of developing the profession. 


Our osteopaths FelixBea, Archie and Joshua use their extensive training and knowledge to treat a wide range of muscle and joint conditions.


Treatments include techniques such as

  • soft tissue massage

  • passive stretching

  • traction, and

  • manipulative separation 

to improve mobility, identify the nature of injuries and treat them.

Every treatment is carefully tailored to each patient to maintain healthy, happy lifestyles, support recovery and help every patients get back to feeling their very best.

If you are unsure whether you need to see an osteopath, chiropractor or a physiotherapist please call us and we'll be happy to advise you.


Our Osteopaths


Felix combines his extensive knowledge of the body systems - from the molecular, to the tissues and organs - gained through his Physiology BSc (Hons), with his osteopathic training to provide rounded treatments deeply rooted within an evidence-based approach.


Joshua Toon

Josh graduated from the University College of Osteopathy; he is also a trained Sports Massage Therapist.  His intent is to help patients through structural hands on techniques, as well as exercise and lifestyle advice in order to facilitate the body to attain a state of structural health, and in turn, enable the improvement of its function. 


Bea qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 1988, and has over 30 years of experience treating patients presenting with a wide-range of problems.


Her work is complemented by recognised expertise in therapeutic riding.


Archie graduated from the University College of Osteopathy in 2020 where he gained valuable experience working in a variety of different clinics and hospitals.


He has also spent time pitch-side giving first aid alongside Leiston Football Club. 

Osteopathic Regulation

By law, all of our osteopaths are registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), the regulating body for osteopathy in the UK), and keep their knowledge up to date with regular development and training.  

The GOsC only accepts registration from practitioners who have a qualification in osteopathy that's recognised by the GOsC and who comply with their standards of practice.

Osteopaths are required to renew their registration each year. As part of this process, the GOsC checks they have the correct insurance, are meeting professional development requirements, and remain in good health.

Felix Cory-Wright We're Registered Mark
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