Welcome Tony Antoniou and Amy Hewitt

We would like to welcome Tony Antoniou and Amy Hewitt to our team of Osteopaths at the Rugby Osteopathic Centre.  

Tony graduated from the University College of Osteopathy (UCO) with a Master’s degree in Osteopathy (M.Ost). He is approachable, supportive, and enthusiastic.

He enjoys working with a broad range of patients and has experience treating in a variety of outpatient musculoskeletal clinical environments. Tony adopts a predominantly structural approach to treatment, which is tailored to each individual using any combination of soft tissue massage, articulation, exercise prescription and mobilisation techniques.

Being a part of the process that contributes towards helping patients achieve their goals and get back to doing what they value is what makes the job worthwhile for him.

In his spare time, Tony loves to explore nature, run, cycle, and do calisthenics.

Amy Hewitt graduated from Oxford Brookes University where she gained her Masters in Osteopathy (M.Ost). Amy has since completed post graduate courses in Acupuncture, including both medical acupuncture and dry needling. She uses a wide range of techniques including structural manipulation, cranial osteopathy, massage and myofascial release. Her special interests include treating headaches, pre and post-natal females, complex shoulder injuries, chronic injuries and children.

From Amy’s love and passion for Pilates, Yoga and high intensity sport she is very interested in the movement of the human body and recognises the importance of maintaining a healthy body and mind. She carries this interest out through her treatment and rehabilitation and exercise plans, aiding in the achievement of peak optimal performance.

Amy has worked within three different multidisciplinary clinics, working alongside Physiotherapists, Podiatrists and Sports Injury Therapists among others, this enabled her to take part in regular CPD and technique sessions. Amy has always been interested in keeping up to date with the most recent medical research, which has further enhanced her diagnostic and treatment skills.