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  • University trained allied health professionals

    Neck or back pain, sore muscles, sports injuries or recurring headaches. Osteopaths treat all kinds of joint or muscular pain and more.

  • Always choose an Osteopathy Australia osteopath

    Osteopathy Australia osteopaths must be government registered, meet high professional standards and complete annual continuing professional education to practice.

  • Osteopaths treat more than you think

    Around 50,000 Australians visit an osteopath every week – why don’t you make an appointment and find out what osteopathy can do for you?

  • A unified voice for Osteopathy

    Osteopathy Australia is a unified voice to government; providing policy advice and representation; offering quality CPD and lobbying to ensure patient access to osteopathic healthcare.

About Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a hands on approach to healthcare recognising the important link between the structures of your body & the way it works. Osteopaths focus on how your skeleton, joints, muscles, nerves and circulation work together to improve your health & well-being.

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Latest news

Skin: a bare bones covering

While it’s not the role of an osteopath to diagnose skin conditions, UK specialty doctor in Dermatology Manu Mehra believes we are uniquely positioned to make observations that save lives.

Osteopathy student tipped to make top 10 in inaugural 2016 NAB AFL Women's Draft

Nicola Stevens is expected to be drafted in the top 10, and even tipped to go as high as number 5 — but it could have been higher were it not for an ACL injury. Her experience in playing AFL football and suffering injuries herself, has led her to believe that osteopathic treatment and commitment to rehabilitation is the most effective in obtaining optimal results in health and performance.