Osteopathy is for me a fascinating way to understand the whole person and treat them. Our bodies have an amazing ability to recover and heal. At any age, Osteopathy can help this health potential to be supported and optimized to improve the quality of life.
My fascination with the workings of the human body began at a young age through sports and playing the violin. This taught me the importance of good posture and a healthy body, I was interested in how well the body works can influence our every day activities.
I completed my five years of Osteopathic Training at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, and have been working as an Osteopath since 1998. As a health care professional, I enjoy treating people of all ages and use a variety of techniques tailored to the individual and their presenting complaint. This means that the whole family can be safely and effectively treated for a variety of conditions.
I have an interest in travel and tend to combine my travels with continuing education and have taken many courses in the UK, USA, Australia and Ireland. I have a particular interest in the effects of the digestive system on the skeletal frame, the subtle techniques of Cranial Osteopathy and the connections between body and mind. This has allowed me to better understand the human body and when necessary incorporate these into treatment plans.