Our Therapists

  • Simon Webborn D.O. Lic.Ac

    As a Musculoskeletal Therapist and Acupuncturist, I combine my knowledge from different philosophies to help treat patients. I use a combination of massage, manipulation, mobilisation, articulation and acupuncture. As well as manual therapy I use taping, exercises, heel wedges and orthotics to help improve patients posture and balance and core strength.

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  • Sam Webborn BOst (Hons)

    With an Osteopath as a father, I have been aware of the benefits of osteopathic treatments from a young age.  Enjoying the benefits of treatments myself and seeing him help others, inspired me to also be able to help people in the same way.

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  • Mike Griffiths BSc Ost

    I have been working both around the UK and in New Zealand for nearly 20 years since graduating from the British School of Osteopathy in London in 1993. The course was a 4 year BSc in Osteopathy, during which time I worked in not only the outpatient clinic at the college but also the elective clinics (sports, expectant mothers and TMJ). I had previously attended a massage course at the London College of Massage and Shiatsu.

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  • Abby Decker MOst

    I graduated from Swansea University with a Master of Osteopathy (1st class honours). As part of the training we were in a clinical setting within both the NHS and private practice, gaining expertise in treating everything from acute injuries to complex chronic pain conditions. This has inspired me to provide personalised, holistic treatment to a wide range of people.

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  • Michael Beynon MOst

    Michael recently achieved first-class honours upon graduating from Swansea University, where he completed an intensive 4-year Master of Osteopathy program. After experiencing musculoskeletal pain through sporting injuries, it inspired Michael to explore the benefits of osteopathy which in turn led to him wanting to learn the necessary skills to help other who suffer with everyday pain.

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  • Richard Burden DO, ND. MRN

    I have been passionate about helping people with many types of health problems all my working life. I graduated from The British College of Naturopathy & Osteopathy in North London, (which is now called The British College of Osteopathic Medicine). I worked in a clinic abroad for some years before setting up practice in Swansea 30 years ago.

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  • Bill Rumble

    Bill has been practicing homeopathy since 1987. He is the founder member of the Welsh school of homeopathy and has taught and practiced in Britain, Ireland, California and the Czech Republic.

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  • Siobhan Haynes RSHom, MBSH

    I am 46 years old, and have lived in Wales from the age of 14, the last 15 years of which I have lived in Swansea and count myself as adopted Welsh!

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  • Meg Stratton-Thomas

    My name is Meg Stratton-Thomas, I am predominantly a 20km race walker for Wales, aspiring for a GB vest and the commonwealth game qualification standards. Currently, living in the Gower, Swansea. 

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  • Judith Johnson

    Judith offers The EMMETT Technique and Scar Therapy at the clinic. Both these techniques are gentle, hands-on therapies suitable for all ages and abilities. Judith has treated babies as young as 10 days old and elderly clients in their late 90’s, as well as active people and amateur sportspeople. The techniques help with improving movement, restoring body balance as well as relaxation for body and mind.

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  • Maryse Forrest MBACP, PG Dip, BA Hons

    I have always had a passion for helping people, starting my career after graduating by working alongside children with additional educational needs before retraining in the field of psychotherapy. I qualified as an Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist at the University of South Wales, and am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

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