About Us

Osteopath, Luke Noone BSc Ost Med (hons) DO.

Born and raised in Yorkshire, after college I decided to move down south to attend university in Surrey. After studying for four years at the Surrey institute of osteopathic medicine, I qualified as an osteopath in 2010.

Since then I have moved back to Yorkshire to practice osteopathy and private healthcare in the Selby and Leeds area in my own clinics as well as for other large practices. I am also lucky enough to be involved with the Msc Osteopathic Medicine Degree at Leeds Met University where I am a clinical lecturer.

I love my profession and have special interests in medico-legal reporting, sports rehabilitation and all kinds of treatment for sports related injuries. This has developed due to my exposure to treating sports professionals through my personal hobbies and interests of rugby, keeping fit and gym training.

My aim as an osteopath is to treat all patients to the whole of my ability to give them the best possible results, to initially reduce pain for the patient then to restore them to their normal function as soon as possible.

Ross Gemmell (MOst)

Ross is a 2015 graduate from Leeds Beckett University, where he studied Osteopathy for 4 years. Here he gained a Masters degree in Osteopathy and was also awarded the Dean's Prize for Excellence in Osteopathy for his work at the university.

Ross has a keen interest in sport, competing at counties level in football in recent years and at national level in gymnastics as a junior. Ross first discovered Osteopathy following a long standing low back injury he suffered playing football at 15, where he consulted an osteopath following a year of investigations through other medical professionals with no relief. Already having a keen interest in the human body, Ross was fascinated by the way the osteopath assessed, diagnosed and treated him and decided to apply for the Osteopathy degree at Leeds Beckett University the very same year.

Ross has a diverse approach to treatment and is passionate about tailoring his techniques according to his patient's needs. Some approaches involve the more direct techniques such as the manipulation or mobilisation of joints, whereas others involve much more indirect techniques and deemed to be 'gentler', often suitable for chronic and/or sensitive pains. Ross is also currently undergoing training to gain qualifications in Cranial Osteopathy.