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Leyton Osteopaths

osteopathy clinic in THE HEART OF leyton, east london

Fast, Natural Relief From Pain & Injury With Hands-On Treatment


-Unable to concentrate at work?

-Tossing and turning at night?

-Feeling grouchy and unsociable?

-Can’t work out?

At Leyton Osteopaths we provide treatment to get rid of pain but also help you understand why it is happening. Then we work with you to create a plan for managing and preventing future episodes – Meaning you can get back to enjoying life without the nagging fear of pain.


Leyton Osteopaths are delighted to welcome two new osteopaths, Rengin Toprak and Gulseren Ersoy.

Both have a specialist interest in women’s health and

pre and post-natal care. With our new additions we are able to offer more appointments at times that are most convenient to you.

We’re within easy reach of Stratford, Leytonstone, Walthamstow, Wanstead and Hackney.

Call us on 02030 961 900 or use the button below to arrange your appointment.

What do we treat?

Our osteopaths are experienced at treating back pain, sciatica, trapped nerves, neck pain and stiffness, shoulder injuries (including frozen shoulder) hip & knee problems and pelvic pain associated with pregnancy. Don’t endure unnecessary pain and suffering. Our experts are here to help! Read more about Osteopathy here.

Fees & availability

Osteopathy initial consultation: £70

Osteopathy follow up appointments: £58

Appointment duration

Osteopathy initial consultation 45 minutes

Osteopathy follow up appointments 30 minutes

If you live in Essex you may be closer to our sister clinic Wickford Osteopaths.

Providing relief from back pain, neck pain, sciatica, sports injuries and many other conditions for the people of Leyton, Leytonstone and Stratford.

Suite 214 Legacy Business Centre

2A Ruckholt Road

Leyton, E10 5NP

East London

How to find us

We are located in a fantastic area in the heart of Leyton and easily accessed by public transport or car alike.

By Tube: Leyton tube station on the central line is 3 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.

By Bus: Nos. 58, 69, 97 and 158 run along Leyton High Road.

By Car: We are just off Leyton High Road, behind the library. There is free parking at the nearby Asda car park which is a short walk to the clinic.

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.

What to Expect

Initial Assessment

We begin your appointment with a detailed case history. With a detailed awareness of your presenting problem and your medical history, we can devise the best approach for getting you back to full health and pain free.

Expert Treatments

By working closely together during your recovery, we can help you alleviate your pain as well as helping you understand the causes and therefore help prevent future reoccurrences.

Home Exercises

We provide a hands-on approach with each individual patient, but also give you with the tools to continue your rehabilitation at home with a personally tailored exercise programme.

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.

Leyton Osteopaths Office

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.

Why Us?

Modern Facilities

Our treatment rooms are clean and modern.

Fast & Easy Online Bookings

Direct online appointment booking, quick and simple.

Same Day Appointments

Here when you need us most.

Evening & Weekend Appointments

We fit your treatments around your schedule.

Patient Recommended

Most of our patients come through word-of-mouth recommendations from happy customers.

Frequently Asked Questions

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.

What should I wear?

Wear comfortable loose fitting clothes if possible. Some patients like to change into shorts or gym gear.

What happens if I cannot attend my appointment?

If you need to cancel an appointment we respectfully request that you give us 24 hours notice so the appointment can be offered to someone else. Failure to do so, unless there are unforeseeable circumstances, will result in full price of the appointment being charged.

How many treatments will I need?

During your initial consultation your osteopath will discuss your treatment plan and how many treatments are likely to be required. They will constantly reassess and update according to your progress and how you feel.

Is Osteopathy just for back pain?

Osteopaths treat a wide range of conditions that include back and neck pain, peripheral joint pain, trapped nerves, repetitive strain, headaches, sporting injuries, arthritic pain, and many other conditions. If you’d like to discuss whether osteopathy can help you please call us on 07544 856 334 or email leytonosteopaths@gmail.com.

What training has an Osteopath had?

Our osteopaths have undertaken five years comprehensive training. They are fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council.

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.

Do I need a referral from my GP?

No! Although we get referrals from GP practices it is not necessary. Osteopaths are primary healthcare practitioners. They are trained to identify if you need to referred for further investigations. For example, we occasionally refer people to their doctor because it is apparent their back pain is actually caused by a kidney problem.

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.

“Went to Shane at Leyton Osteopaths for long-standing issues around hip mobility, brought on by years of running and playing football, and not stretching properly. He listened carefully and explored various possible causes in the muscles around my hips, legs and back. He identified the problem areas, and then worked with them and gave me exercises for home. Hips felt great after the sessions which, along with the exercises, are improving my range of motion and helping me do squats properly for the first time ever. Highly recommended.”

Kevin McCullagh

“I took my Mum to Leyton Osteopaths after a particularly bad fall that resulted in weeks of neck pain. This was our first introduction to osteopathy, and I must say, using Leyton Osteopaths was the right choice. Shane provided such a gentle yet effective treatment which took into account her existing medical history and provided a very holistic treatment. Shane was very personable, able to put my Mum at ease and really helped her get relief from her neck pain. I highly recommend the service to anyone considering using a physical therapist, chiropractor or osteopath.”

Carol Johnson

“Shane at Leyton Osteopaths has been extremely helpful and has offered an immense amount of advice to help me improve my physical health. From daily stretches, to long term tips and guidance on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle when looking after my muscles and joints, Shane has used his expertise in order to create the best support plan for me according to my needs, revolving around practical strategies. I would highly recommend him and his practice to anyone who is looking for practical strategies and expert guidance on how to take care of their physical health.”

A Hanan

“I came to Shane after experiencing incredibly painful lower back spasms and after just two sessions and some gentle exercises he gave me, I feel 100 times better!”

Leoni Lessman

“Shane’s calm and methodical approach to resolving my back pain was absolutely excellent. He quickly identified the underlying issue and tailored a plan to me and my lifestyle, which was straightforward and effective. The pain is now gone and I have the necessary knowledge and understanding to do what I can to keep it that way.”

James Warburton

“I was advised by my GP to visit an osteopath following a car accident. I have been impressed with the service I have been given by Shane. He is very professional and thorough and put me at ease from the start. I started to feel the benefits immediately after my first visit and I would highly recommend him.”

Sue Smith


Get In Touch

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about how osteopathy works, or to arrange an initial assessment appointment. This enables us to discuss the reasons you are thinking of coming to us, and whether we can help you.

You can also call us on 02030 961 900 if you would prefer to leave a message or speak to us first. We are happy to discuss any queries or questions you may have prior to arranging an initial appointment.


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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.

In the latest blog post you will find out how relaxation can aid your recovery from back pain, neck pain and many other injuries. Read the full post here.