What is Osteopathy
A modern-day osteopath is trained as a primary contact practitioner who has a holistic approach to the treatment of a patient. The aim of the treatment is to restore the body whilst reducing the likelihood of problems reoccurring in the future. Treatment consists of a combination of hands on manual therapy such as massage, articulation and manipulation. It also includes advice on management, exercise, lifestyle, rehabilitation and referral if necessary.
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Useful exercises to avoid continual back pain and to improve results of osteopathic treatments for all
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Dr Stephen Sexton first attended Monash university in Melbourne, majoring in physiology and pharmacology, before attending the British School of Osteopathy in London. After graduating and returning to Melbourne in 1987 Dr Sexton started private...
Simon completed his Bachelor of Clinical Science and Masters of Health Science at Victoria University. Originally he first became interested in Osteopathy after seeking advice for several sporting injuries of his own sustained whilst playing...
Matt’s Osteopathic treatments are based on using both the latest techniques, and by employing well-established osteopathic philosophies. He enjoys treating a variety of conditions; anything from repetitive strain injuries, to those of a traumatic nature....
Matthew is an experienced, enthusiastic and dynamic Osteopath who enjoys treating people of all ages and with a wide range of musculoskeletal complaints. He incorporates a number of treatment techniques in his consultations, including “direct”...