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Get to know your osteoOsteopathy Australia has over 2,000 members and represents approximately 80% of osteopaths across the country.

Our members come from many different walks of life, have varied clinical interests and have unique journeys that brought them to this career path. Being an Osteopathy Australia member signifies a commitment to a standard of professional and ethical behaviour over and above the requirements of registration. 

Here, we are proud to put the spotlight on our diverse members; profiling osteopaths, sharing their stories and passion for osteopathy.

 

 

 Miranda Cox (Osteopath) Peter Parker (Osteopath) Mia Rabjohn (Osteopath)

Has been running a succesful practice in Canberra since 2013

From working with Romanian orphans and world champion wallabies, to founding a charity...  "My two passions in life are osteopathy and wine..."
 Christian Lutz (Osteopath)  Jessica Gallagher (Osteopath)  Saul Smith (Osteopath)
An exciting up-and-comer on the Australian comedy circuit... The first and only Aussie athlete to win both Summer and Winter Paralympic medals... My passion was sparked through football injuries as a youngster...
 Andrea Robertson (Osteopath)  Andrew Forbes  Bronwyn Baillie
A former professional dancer at the Moulin Rouge in Paris... The 16th ranked paraglider in Australia...   "I originally wanted to be a lawyer..."
 Miranda Cox (Osteopath)  Get to know your osteo  Get to know your osteo
 

As a mother of three, her passion is for paediatric and women’s health.

 Arun has worked as a Brisbane-based osteopath for the past 14 years.  Laura-Jane a sprinter who loves working as an osteopath in Altona, VIC.
     
     

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Latest news

2018 Budget Update

Another year, another budget, another set of broad commitments by the government without a lot of specific benefit for allied health practitioners. On first analysis, there is little that is likely to address out-of-pocket costs and limited access to allied health services for those without the capacity to fund their own care. The following is a snapshot of some budget items that may impact you, your patients, your business or the broader health system.

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF AUDITOR

The Board of Osteopathy Australia hereby advise that the Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC) has consented to the resignation of the current auditor of Osteopathy Australia, River Rd Audit (formerly trading as YCG). Osteopathy Australia has received the formal resignation letter, dated 4 May 2018.