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Enhance Osteopathy

Enhance Osteopathy

Show Phone Number113 Cape St, heidelberg, VIC, 3084
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday08:30 - 18:30
Wednesday09:00 - 17:00
Thursday08:30 - 18:30
Friday09:00 - 17:00
Saturday09:00 - 13:00
Sunday

Popular Treatments

Osteopath Consultation AU$74  -  AU$112
Paediatric Osteopathy AU$74  -  AU$112
Cranial Osteopathy AU$74  -  AU$112
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About Enhance Osteopathy

Osteopathy, naturopathy and remedial massage in the heart of Heidelberg. With more than 20 years' experience, we offer cranial osteopathy for babies, children and adults, as well as other

 gentle, structural osteopathic techniques

. Our naturopath has years of clinical and teaching experience to give you the best holistic care. We provide sports massage, relaxation massage, pregnancy massage, postnatal massage, lymphatic drainage and reflexology.

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Accreditations

  • AOA - Australian Osteopathic Association (Australia) 

Provides

Massage Therapy

Osteopathy

Premises

Parking

Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Patient bathroom

Clinic Services

Emergency service

Text message reminders

Home visits

Open 24 hours

Open weekends

Languages spoken

EnglishMandarin

Osteopathy

AU$74  -  AU$112
Cranial Osteopathy
AU$74  -  AU$112
Osteopath Consultation
AU$74  -  AU$112
Paediatric Osteopathy

Massage Therapy

AU$83  -  AU$98
Massage

Holistic Health

AU$65  -  AU$98
Naturopathy

Payment Information

On the spot private health insurance rebates, we also participate in CDMP plans. 
Discounts - Concession rates for healthcare card holders, seniors, students and under 16.Credit cards

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

Public Health Insurance

HICAPS

Dr Wei Yng Chua

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
Biography:
B.App.Sc.(Comp Med), M.Ost, Member of Osteopathy Australia Wei Yng Chua graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor degree in Applied Science and Masters of Osteopathy in 2008. She also supervises osteopathic students at RMIT University's complementary medicine teaching clinic. Wei has done extensive post-graduate studies in the Biodynamic approach to Osteopathy in the cranial field, as taught by Dr James Jealous. This model of osteopathy is based on embryology and recognises that the forces of growth and development are also the forces that sustain and restore us throughout our whole lives. Wei treats patients of all ages and particularly enjoys looking after pregnant women, newborns and older children. An ex-journalist, she relishes the mental workout that comes with figuring out how to unlock old fascial patterns in her adult patients and reverse their postural strains. Wei moved from Singapore to Melbourne 10 years ago and speaks fluent Mandarin. Her greatest challenge as an osteopath (and mother) is relocating her toddler's pulled elbow, while on a 7-hour flight, using osteopathic principles and a knowledge of anatomy.

Dr Caryn Edwards

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
Biography:
Bsc(Ost) Hons, Member of Osteopathy Australia Caryn obtained her degree in England, from the University of Wales, through the European School of Osteopathy, and qualified in 1997. She worked for many years in Kent and in South London before migrating to live and work here in Australia 5 years ago. Caryn grew up in South Africa and has lived in a number of countries since. Her travels mean she has gained valuable experience in dealing with people and their wide variety of complaints. An enthusiastic and dynamic Osteopath, Caryn enjoys working both with structural and cranial Osteopathy. Her techniques include soft tissue, articulation and mobilisation techniques, among many others. She commonly treats adults and children of all ages, including newborns, with conditions such as neck and back pain, headaches, sports injuries, postural problems, colic and reflux, pregnancy complaints, repetitive strain injuries and many more. Due to her training at the well-known European School of Osteopathy, Caryn likes to view and treat the body as a whole functioning unit and therefore takes a holistic approach to her treatments. With many years of experience under her belt, she is able to deal proficiently with all musculoskeletal complaints. Caryn tries to educate her patients with exercise and lifestyle changes/advice where necessary to optimise the benefits of treatment and prevent further occurrence. Caryn has a keen interest in workplace ergonomic assessment and its relationship with musculoskeletal injuries. She is currently doing more work in this field.

Dr Tiffany Rubach

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
Biography:
DipRemMassg, BATh, B.App.Sc.(Comp Med), M.Ost, Member of Osteopathy Australia Having treated patients for over ten years, initially as a Remedial Massage Therapist and then as an Osteopath, Tiffany has recently returned from working in rural Victoria, where she was working hard to promote better health outcomes in remote communities. Tiffany also taught anatomy for three years at university level and is passionate about working in conjunction with other medical practitioners to provide whole-health solutions for her patients. Her treatment experience encompasses a broad base of patients - from general injury work, sports therapy and pregnant patients, through to recovery from more serious injury. Her particular passion is working with complex health care patients and those with chronic conditions such as arthritis, connective tissue disorders and fibromyalgia, where a decrease in pain can mean so much to their quality of life. Experienced in direct structural techniques as well as more gentle cranial and biodynamic work Tiffany believes in tailoring treatments to suit each individual patient. Having a down to earth manner so patients feel comfortable asking for what they want and voicing their concerns is also important to her, so if you know what works for you, or have a particular way you like to be treated, she encourages you to speak up. She also believes in educating patients and improving health literacy so people can manage their own health better. Tiffany treats a wide variety of ages, from early childhood through to older patients, and particularly enjoys getting to know whole families.

Miss Lynne Scacco

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
Biography:
B.Health Sc. (Naturopathy) Dip.Counselling & Psychotherapy, Cert. Remedial massage, Member of Natural Herbalists Association of Australia Lynne works one on one with clients in a very down to earth and practical manner. During each consultation, a large emphasis is placed on instructing clients on how they can best apply simple lifestyle approaches to facilitate their own recovery. With over 20 years of clinical experience and 18 years of lecturing in Natural Medicine, Lynne is comfortable working with people from all walks of life and all age groups. She is experienced in treating a wide variety of health issues ranging from preventative medicine through to long-standing chronic illness. Drawing on a vast array of modalities, Lynne employs those which best suites each individual’s needs. She is trained and experienced in: Herbal medicine, Nutrition, Homoeopathy, Iridology, Flower essence therapy, Diet and Lifestyle strategies, Counselling, Dream work, Stress management, EFT and Remedial Massage. Lynne has studied extensively in both Eastern and Western spiritual philosophies and has a keen interest in mind- body medicine. She is passionate about the ongoing discoveries within the field of physics and the bridge they create for the coming together of science and holistic medicine. Her knowledge in this regard allows her to work at quite a deep level with each individual, irrespective of their scientific and/ or spiritual belief.
Show Phone Number113 Cape St, heidelberg, VIC, 3084