I’m Nick Coysh BSc (Hons) Osteopathic Medicine. After training for 4 years at the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine (SIOM), I graduated in 20o9 and am registered with the General Osteopathic Council and insured through the Institute of Osteopathy.

I offer treatment for a range of conditions such as back and neck pain, neuralgia, lumbago, joint and muscle pains, sciatica, general aches and pains and more, helping to alleviate the pain associated with these problems.

Two particular areas of interest for me are sports injuries and frozen shoulder

Thanks to my links with many of the local sports clubs, I have experience treating a range of associated minor injuries including joint pains, muscle spasms, cramps, tennis elbow, hip and knee pain due to osteoarthritis and more.

And as part of my commitment to continued professional development, I have also become a qualified and licensed practitioner of the Niel-Asher Technique for the treatment of frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis). In doing so, I became one of only two practitioners in West Sussex and of thirteen in Surrey, at the time, who use this highly specialised and scientifically trialled, tested and proven technique which produces excellent results.

Treatments are all tailored and techniques adapted depending on your needs, so you can be sure of a highly professional and specialised approach to your healthcare. Osteopathy appointments are available in West Sussex at Nicholas Coysh Osteopathy & Wellbeing, Storrington (near Pulborough).

Registered with the General Osteopathic Council

Registered with the General Osteopathic Council

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Insured through the Institute of Osteopathy

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Certified practitioner of the Niel Asher Technique

Call Nick on 01903 368 120 to secure your FREE postural assessment (spaces limited) or to book an appointment.
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