Osteopathy is form of hands-on therapy that focuses on the treatment of the physical body, joints, muscles, nerves and connective tissues.  Osteopathic treatment is suitable for people of all ages.

Our Osteo provides treatment of musculo-skeletal dysfunction that may result from:

  • pregnancy

  • birth

  • workplace stress and activity

  • sport and leisure activities

  • chronic illness or sickness

  • accidents

  • aging

  • hereditary conditions

  • general wear and tear to the body

Osteopaths use a variety of treatment techniques to identify dysfunction in the body.  These techniques may include, but are not limited to:

  • stretching 

  • massage

  • mobilisation of joints and tissues

  • muscle energy techniques

  • other gentle indirect techniques. 


Osteopaths can also offer advice on stretching and strengthening exercises, nutrition, posture and stress management.  


Osteopaths complete at least 5 years of university studying Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, General Medicine and Osteopathic Techniques.  They are government registered and need to comply with continuing professional education regulations.

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