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Your privacy is very important to us. As part of the normal operation of this site, Osteopathy Australia may collect certain information from you. Our privacy policy details what information we collect, how we use that information, and what your rights are regarding any information that you supply to us. Osteopathy Australia is subject to the requirements of applicable Australian law and strives to meet the requirements of the Australian National Principles.

Osteopathy Australia Privacy Statement

Australian Privacy Principles

Notifiable Data Breaches

As a business that provides a health service to and holds health information about individuals, your practice is classified as an 'APP entity' in the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme. As such, you have a number of obgligations about the collection, use and disclosure of health information.

For more information about information privacy, including the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme, please visit the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

 

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Latest news

Media Release: Lower back pain & Osteopathy

Lower back pain is one of the most common complaints seen by a GP or healthcare professional. It is estimated that over 80% of Australians will experience lower back pain at some point in their lives. Lower back pain may be acute (new pain) or chronic (longstanding pain), and it can range from mild and annoying to severe and debilitating.

Osteopaths are health professionals who are highly trained to treat lower back pain. An osteopath will explain to you why your pain is present, assist to relieve it with manual therapy and identify any barriers to your recovery. During a consultation with an osteopath, your practitioner will first discuss your case and thoroughly assess your condition.

Osteopathy makes it to the World Cup!

The renowned Limburg osteopath Hub Westhovens from Eys, was flown in to the pre-world cup training camp of the Socceroos in Turkey. He will also be active at the FIFA World Cup to treat injured Australian internationals.