InTune is a leading manual therapy clinic that has been serving the public of Newcastle-upon-Tyne for 6 years now. We promote a natural way of healing and a healthy lifestyle to bring balance to your body, giving our patients the tools for their success. We strive to achieve clinical excellence and superior care, to recover our patients motor ability and restore their quality of life to live pain-free again.
After spending several years as a martial arts enthusiast and observing the various injuries that came with the territory, Ryan quickly developed an interest in how the human body works and heals. In order to handle and prevent injuries. Ryan decided to study osteopathy.
After 4 years of intensive training as an Osteopath within the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in London, Ryan received his Masters in Osteopathy and a Diploma in Naturopathy.
He relocated to Newcastle to open InTune with Amanda and set about building a clinic to be proud of. Ryan has broad experience with a range of conditions, helping people of all ages and backgrounds restore balance to their body, positioning himself as an expert in his field. He also oversees the training of new practitioners, holding them to the high standards InTune boasts.
Amanda grew up with a strong interest in a mixture of sports and dance styles to keep healthy. With this keen interest in competitive sports came some strain and sports related injuries. This led her to decide to become an osteopath as she used to see an osteopath when she was young.
Amanda graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in 2012, completing a rigorous 4 year course and obtained her Masters degree in Osteopathy and a Diploma in Naturopathy.
Amanda moved to Newcastle-upon-Tyne with Ryan and the two set about establishing the exceptional clinic InTune is today. With nearly a decade of experience and part of hundreds of success stories to date, Amanda is an expert in her field.
Ceara was raised within a culture that praised the importance of prevention rather than intervention, in order to minimize the physical and mental impact certain lifestyles and hobbies can have on individuals. Thus, Ceara has established a passion on how hands-on treatment, as well as physiotherapeutic self-care, can promote overall well-being, specifically tailored to each individual.
Ceara has a BSc in Physiotherapy and graduated in 2017 from Northumbria University with a range of physiotherapy experiences in; Women’s health, palliative care, elderly medicine, home/community rehabilitation and orthopedics. Since then she has worked in the Freeman Hospital as part of the COVID emergency contract program where she undertook respiratory physiotherapy, alongside exercise rehabilitation to improve overall exercise tolerance.
Ceara has now decided to work with InTune Clinic with a focus of rehabilitating Musculo-skeletal injuries by using her current list of specialist post-graduate courses including; lower back pain management, ACL injuries, sports massage and Pilates.
Becci began her journey towards becoming a qualified therapist in 2017, however massage became a big part of her life very early on.
From around the age of thirteen she suffered with chronic back pain and began using alternative therapies alongside medical treatment to help manage this. Fast forward a number of years, with her own physical health improved, she decided to undertake a foundation level course at the London School of Massage.
At the time she was working as an occupational therapist, but during the course completely fell in love with the massage profession and decided to change her career. She knows first hand how incredibly effective massage can be. Her goal as a therapist is to practice to the highest possible standard, providing fully individualised and effective treatments to all of her clients.