About Osteopathy

Osteopaths treat the whole person not the condition


AshteadOsteo9All Osteopaths undergo a minimum of 4 years undergraduate training and must complete 1000 clinical hours in the College Clinics.

The GOSc (General Osteopathic Council) is our state regulating body. They ensure we meet a strict fitness to practice and code of practice criteria. Osteopaths must also complete extra hours annually to meet CPD requirements.

Structural osteopathy

An Osteopath aims to restore the balance of muscles, joints and ligaments in order to reduce or alleviate pain. Osteopathy is a manual therapy that specializes in joint, muscle and ligamentous problems in the spine and peripheral joints.

Osteopathy can help people of all ages to get relief from their symptoms. The treatment is gentle and is always tailored to the patient needs.


  • Low back pain

  • Sciatica and leg pain

  • Headaches, sinus, face pain

  • Neck pain

  • Shoulder & arm pain

  • Sports injuries

  • Trauma injuries

  • Back pain from pregnancy & nursing babies