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Each injury is unique so osteopathic treatment will vary from person to person.

Osteopaths assess the mobility of problem areas, ask you questions and make a diagnosis to work out the best treatment plan for each patient.

Osteopaths treat more than you think. They focus on how your skeleton, joints, muscles, nerves, circulatory system, connective tissue and internal organs function as a whole body unit.

Find out how osteopathy can help you. For more information click on the links below.

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Latest news

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.

"Black Knight" helps drought-affected farmers with osteopathy outreach

A Brisbane osteopath with an affinity for the bush embarked on an outreach mission to provide drought-affected farmers free osteopathic treatment in July. The mobile clinic travelled through rural areas in the “Black Knight”, a V8 Toyota LandCruiser; the fastest single-turbo VDJ76 in Australia.