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By: zibmedia On: February 23, 2020 In: Myotherapy, Osteopathy Comments: 0

Our newest Osteopath Jake Wright points out the differences between Osteopathy and Myotherapy services. Who should I see if I have health concerns? Both being forms of manual medicine, they can both be beneficial at any time regardless of the differing services they both offer. Optimally we believe that...

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By: laura On: October 02, 2019 In: Sport Comments: 0

Running your first big run at the Melbourne Marathon Festival? Whether it’s 10km, half or the full marathon, make sure you check out our blog for 7 exclusive marathon tips you won’t find anywhere else! I would like to formally welcome you to your first major fun run… You’re...

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During Stage 4 COVID Restrictions Osteopaths Are Now Only Permitted to Treat URGENT Cases.
Urgent osteopathic care can only be given to patients to prevent a significant change/deterioration in functional independence necessitating escalation of care. Care can only be given to patients who in the absence of osteopathic care the patients' injury/ health or wellbeing will deteriorate over the 6-week period. We ask that all patients please call the clinic before proceeding to book online so we can determine if your injury falls under this category. If you are unsure if you fit these criteria please call the clinic and we can help assess your situation, and either make an appointment for you or give you alternative strategies to assist you with your injury.
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