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Macfarlane Clinic

Macfarlane Clinic

Show Phone Number109 Canterbury Road,, Bayswater North, VIC, 3153Australia
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 19:00
Tuesday09:00 - 19:00
Wednesday09:00 - 19:00
Thursday09:00 - 19:00
Friday09:00 - 19:00
Saturday08:30 - 13:00
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  • APA - Australian Physiotherapy Association (Australia) 
  • FRACS - Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Australia) 




Osteopath Consultation


Sciatica Treatment
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping

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Neck and Shoulder Massage


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Dr Drew Semple

Drew gratuated from Victoria University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science ) and Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). While at University, Drew worked as a personal trainer at Mooroolbark Fenix Fitness, specialising in rehabilitation and injury prevention. Drew has also run the Fenix Boot Camp at Lilydale Lake each Summer. Drew has grown up in the local area, attending school at Montrose and Ringwood. Recently he and his partner have purchased their first home in the Kilsyth area. Drew has always had an interest in playing sports including basketball, cricket and soccor. He is currently a member of a local cricket team. His special interests include Rehabilitation, Sports Injuries, Neck and Back pain and Exercise Programming.

Dr Caroline Delaney

Caroline studied a Bachelor of Science at the University of Melbourne which she completed in 1999. She then followed her dreams and continued her studies at Victoria University where she began Osteopathy. This involved studying a Bachelor of Science, then the Master of Clinical Science (Osteopathy) which was completed in 2004. During her time at University Caroline was a sports trainer for an amateur football club for 2 years, where she was responsible for first aid, assessment and rehabilitation of injuries. She was also involved in the Victoria University Clinic management committee in 2004. After graduating Caroline worked in an osteopathic clinic in Melbourne’s bayside region for three years. During this time she was involved in a local soccer club as an Osteopath for the women’s team, continuing her keen interest in sports and sporting injuries. She has been working at the MacFarlane Clinic since September 2007. Since finishing study she has continued to develop her skills and knowledge by participating in various courses including Osteopathy in the Cranial Field and recently Balanced Ligamentous Tension. These are both gentle manual treatments which allow the tension in the bodies’ tissues and ligaments to return to a normal balanced state. Caroline is a member of the Australian Osteopathic Association. Caroline has a keen interest in helping people, which was the main drive in her fulfilled dream to become an Osteopath. She has a special interest in neck and back pain, paediatrics/Cranial Osteopathic therapy, sports injuries and the elderly. Caroline has recently bought a house which she is enjoying with her long-term partner Adrian. She also enjoys swimming, watching sports and walking her dog.

Dr James Macfarlane

Dr James Macfarlane studied physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne graduating with a Diploma of Physiotherapy from the Physiotherapy School of Victoria in 1964. After that he studied Chiropractic at the Chiropractic and Osteopathic College of Australasia (COCA), graduating as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 1968.He also holds a certificate in Advanced Dry Needling from the University of Melbourne. After graduation, James worked for the Repatriation Department at Heidelberg Hospital, and was also consultant physiotherapist in amputee training to the Repatriation Artificial Limb & Appliance Centre (RALAC), after which he entered private practice. During this period, he studied mobilisation and manipulation with Mr Geoff Maitland, physiotherapy pioneer, with Dr James Cyriax, orthopaedic physician of St Thomas’s Hospital in London, and Mr Freddy Kaltenborn, physiotherapist and osteopath from Oslo. In 1971, James travelled to the UK to work with Dr Cyriax. During this period, he worked at the Industrial Orthopaedic Society, London, the top workers compensation hospital in England. He was also head physiotherapist at Preston Hall Hospital, Maidstone UK, where he treated orthopaedic and thoracic patients under Mr Clifford Stossel FRCS. He was chief physiotherapist of the Riviera Medical Facility in Italy for a period of 18 Months. In 1978, James returned to Australia and recommenced in private practice at Boronia. At this time, he studied sports physiotherapy with the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), sports physiotherapy group. Studies were undertaken with Professor Mariano Roccobado in temporo-mandibular dysfunction and jaw pain. In 1989, Dr Macfarlane travelled to the U.S.A and resided in New York State. During this period, he worked for Assoc. Prof. Barry Scheinfeld and Dr Hussein Omar in chronic pain management, as well as studying advanced massage and Chinese medicine (Shiatsu). After that he travelled to Hawaii and, whilst there, took the American Chiropractic National Boards, achieving honours in all subjects and becoming registered there in 1997. During this period, he studied Zen therapy and Dr Travell and Simons Trigger-point work, as well as Cranio-Sacral therapy with Dr John Upledger, in addition to teaching at the Maui school of massage. In 1998, James returned to Australia and resumed private practice, as well as lecturing in physiological therapeutics to the Chiropractic and Osteopathic faculty at RMIT University, Bundoora. More recently, he has furthered his studies in acupuncture and dry needling with Professor Ren of Beijing and the International College of Medical Acupuncture in 2004, and the University of Melbourne in 2007. Other important activities included workshop on neural mobilization with David Butler and seminars in Rome in 2003 and 2005 with well known international spinal specialists, Professors Nachemsen, Waddell, Bogduk, Melzak, Jull, Hodges, Kaltenborn, Mulligan, McConnell, Vincenzo and Roccobado. James attended low back and pelvic pain conferences in Melbourne in 2004 and Barcelona 2007 under Prof Andry Vleeming. He regularly attends operating sessions with prominent orthopaedic and spinal surgeons. He has studied Rehabilitation and Prof Janda’s work with Dr Craig Liebenson DC of Los Angeles and is a member of the International Society of Chiropractors and Rehabilitation Specialists, (ISCRS). Dr Macfarlane has a special interest in back, hip and lower extremity pain, sciatica and disc problems, as well as a background in all musculo-skeletal complaints and sports injuries, including headaches, migraine, jaw, neck and arm pain. He is a member of Australian Assoc of Muscluloskeletal Medicine, COCA and the APA, and is a former member of the APA committee for acupuncture and dry needling. He is accredited with Hip Arthroscopy Australia for treatment of Anterior Hip pain. (FAI and Labrum Injuries)
Show Phone Number109 Canterbury Road,, Bayswater North, VIC, 3153Australia