Taking a proactive approach to your recovery
REMEDIAL MASSAGE THERAPIST
“I’m dedicated to educating people about their condition and taking a proactive approach to treatment.”
Erin completed her five years of Osteopathic study at RMIT University Bundoora, Victoria. She is dedicated to educating the community about their bodies and what osteopathy can do for anyone. Osteopathic treatment can be adapted to suit the condition and the individual, and she believes strongly that, in the right hands, the potential for healing is endless. Erin has a keen interest for the treatment of headaches and migraines, pre and post natal women, sporting injuries and back pain.
Geordie has worked as an osteopath for the last 10 years, both in Melbourne and locally for the past seven years. Having an engineering background, Geordie could immediately identify with the osteopathic tenant of the structure and function of the body being reciprocally interrelated. Geordie enjoys working with a range of clients with the aim to help get them moving again. He likes to challenge his clients to take charge of their body and be proactive in their own management through self-treatment options and exercise both in strength and flexibility. Geordie is also interested injury prevention and is currently undertaking a PhD in injury surveillance in community cricket.
REMEDIAL MASSAGE THERAPIST
Madeline Place completed her Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2016 at Australian College of Fitness and Bodyworks in Mitchem, Melbourne.
Madeline Worked at an Osteopathic Clinic in Albury in 2017 and Murray Magpies Football club in Albury.
In the past she has also worked at local Football Clubs. (Redan Football club Highlands league, Waubra Football club, Highlands league.)
Madeline has an interest in working with clients who have both acute and chronic pain problems and loves trying to work out exactly what area in the body is creating the pain the patient is receiving.
She also loves to educate patients on improving posture through education and Rocktaping.
Tristan has been developing his manual therapy skills for many years at various Osteo clinics around Melbourne.
Why did he choose Osteopathy? That’s actually a straight-forward answer. Tristan had identified a career objective for himself considering the extensive time we spend in work. He realised he was seeking a rewarding career in the health and well-being industry where he could make a difference to people’s lives for the better. Hence his choice to become an Osteopath.
Given his studies (aside from Osteopathy) in Sports Therapy, Personal Training and Fitness, Tristan has a considerable background of knowledge in working with sports people and assisting their injury recovery and rehab. He also loves working out spinal problems with his clients given its stretch across our society, enabling many to return to their activities of choice in good time.
Rodel is a current 5th year Osteopathy student at RMIT University. He takes pride in his position as an osteopath with an enthusiastic interest in shoulder presentations and strives to promote optimal health within the community. Rodel believes that Osteopathy is a modality that considers the holistic approach to a persons health, and not merely the presence of the pain they experience. Equipped with the passion to help others, Rodel enjoys assisting people with understanding their situation and providing education on how osteopaths can play a role.