Beds Osteopathy was established in 2011 by Carly Eaves (that’s me) and moved to a new location in September 2019, in the heart of Dunstable, Bedfordshire. The clinic is conveniently located in the centre of Dunstable within the brand new Dunstable Centre. There is ample car parking within walking distance. The clinic itself is situated within a quiet area of the leisure centre, the ideal setting for restoring health.

I provide expert treatment for aches and pains, and services which include Osteopathy, Acupuncture, specialist sports and pregnancy treatments. It is a joy to help people from all walks of life and treatments can help with most aches, pains or injuries from headaches to foot pain, and everything in between. My aim is to get you back doing what you need and love to do. You are a unique individual, and your care at Beds Osteopathy is as unique as you are.

Knowledge is key and a simple approach is taken to help you understand the problem, and working together can help to solve it. I will make your exercise easy to understand and only give you what you can practically do. The key is to get you better and keep you that way.

I have a great network of other local health and fitness professionals who I can liaise with to ensure all your health and wellbeing needs are catered for. The right approach will be found that works for you.

I am passionate about keeping up to date with the latest research and advances in manual therapy. Courses specific to your needs, are regularly attended, to ensure you get the best treatment and advice.


Carly Eaves, Principal Osteopath

I completed 5 years’ training at The British School of Osteopathy to gain my Master of Osteopathy degree. In my final year I chose to specialise in the treatment of pre and post natal mums. I also a qualified as a sports massage therapist, medical acupuncturist and kinesio taping practitioner.

I was born and raised Lutonian, attending local schools and the 6th form college. After school I worked at The Luton and Dunstable Hospital for a number of years in an admin role. After suffering with a low back injury and having found Osteopathy successfully treated the pain, I decided to take the brave decision to retrain to become an Osteopath, and have never looked back!

Outside of Osteopathy, I am a keen runner and a member of the local running club Stopsley Striders. I also regularly take part in the Luton Parkrun. I have completed the London, New York, Chicago, Belfast and Bournemouth Marathons, which I absolutely loved taking part in. I have raised thousands of pounds for The Brain Tumour Charity through my running. I also fundraise for Keech Hospice. Both charities are close to my heart. I am also a keen triathlete and skiier. My enjoyment of sport has enabled me to focus my post graduate learning on sports injuries. In the past I have treated elite athletes, but equally enjoy treating recreational athletes and above all helping them to achieve their sporting goals. I enjoy treating people from all walks of life and can help with most aches, pains or injuries from headaches to foot pain, and everything in between.

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