“Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional. As Clinical Director, I want The Livewell Clinic to be a hub for people to address their musculoskeletal symptoms safely and effectively to treat the root cause of their pain.”
“I like to treat people as a whole person rather than just a specific injury or niggle. I want to help you reach your goals, however challenging they may seem, using a combination of better movement and soft tissue therapy”
Danny Sayandan qualified as an Osteopath from the British School of Osteopathy in London, Europe’s oldest and largest Osteopathy school. He treats all manner of patients in the community, whether they lead active or more sedentary lifestyles. He has a particular interest in educating and encouraging his patients to lead a fit and healthy lifestyle.
He specialises in pain & lifestyle management including desk based, postural symptoms and general day to day aches and pains; and also treats sports injuries, which encompasses all activities from cycling and contact sports, to gymnastics and yoga. Danny is an avid sportsman himself who enjoys fitness and training, and therefore understands the importance of enhancing patient performance in sport through his treatment plans, and also offers advice on general exercise as well as CrossFit health.
Helen Keeble is a specialist pelvic health physiotherapist, and has been diagnosing and treating pelvic health problems since 2008. She is fully trained in a variety of pelvic floor models, including the thoracic ring approach and the integrated systems model, and uses a range of different treatments to be able to aid the recovery process around the lower back and pelvis. Helen also often provides post-graduate teaching and training to other physiotherapists across the UK & Ireland on pelvic health. Helen was chosen to be one of the official Olympic physiotherapists for the athletics team during London 2012 and has worked with other international level athletes at Queens Tennis club
Tim is a Sports Massage Therapist with years of experience in injury diagnosis and mechanical assessment which he applies to his patients to help reduce pathomechanics and risk of injury, helping to prevent time off work or away from the field. He aims to utilise a combination of health, movement and therapy in synergy to improve daily and athletic function. Using a variety of soft tissue techniques, his goal is to improve his patients’ mobility and overall body performance.
Lesley is currently studying towards a Physiotherapy degree and has 2 years clinical experience in Sports Massage. She is also one of the therapists for Outside The Box Holidays. As a once aspiring professional ballerina, Lesley suffered a career ending labral tear at age 16. She was inspired by the strength and conditioning rehabilitation she underwent and is now a CrossFit & Olympic weightlifting coach at CrossFit Shapesmiths. Lesley first started competing in Olympic weightlifting in 2017 and finished the year ranked 7th as an under 63kg weightlifter in the English Championships 2018 and ranked 2nd in Scotland for under 63kg weightlifting.