Michael Feeney

Michael qualified from Leeds Beckett University with a Masters degrees in Osteopathy and now has over 10 years experience. He spent years working as a structural Osteopath around Nottinghamshire before settling in Beeston and opening Beeston Osteopathy.

He enjoys treating patients of all ages and conditions and likes to fully explain to patients their diagnosis and help them to understand why their symptoms have presented. This enables the patient to take control of their pain and manage their symptoms and ensure the fastest recovery. He believes exercise is a key component to a pain free life and likes to prescribe patients tailor made exercises for them to do outside of treatments.

Michael Feeney, Beeston Osteopathy

Michael has a passion for almost all sport and used to compete to a high standard in athletics. Because of his sporting background, he has a particular expertise in running, weightlifting and gym training and has worked with many patients to enable them to train effectively and safely pain free. But he equally has great success treating all patients from different backgrounds with a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.

Michael’s treatments usually include a full biomechanical assessment and then a combination of soft tissue massage and stretch techniques, joint mobilisation and also joint manipulation techniques when appropriate, all with an aim of restoring the body to its normal function.    

Harry Hampson

Harry qualified from Swansea University with a First Class degree in Osteopathy. He treats all musculoskeletal conditions through a mixed approach of hands on treatment and specific advice and education. This is catered to the individual and aims to give you control over you condition.

As part of his university clinical placement, Harry worked within an NHS referral scheme working with NHS doctors, physiotherapists and orthopedic consultants in treating patients with persistent pain. He also experienced the benefits of osteopathy on the quality of life of persistent pain conditions.

Harry spent several years treating patients in Glasgow before deciding to move to Nottingham in 2023. In his spare time, you’ll find him jumping into ice cold lakes, hill walking, gravel biking and heading to the football.