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Wodonga Osteopathic Clinic

Wodonga Osteopathic Clinic

Show Phone Number218 Lawrence Street, Wodonga, 3690Australia
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 17:30
Tuesday08:00 - 17:30
Wednesday08:00 - 17:30
Thursday08:00 - 19:00
Friday08:00 - 17:30
Saturday
Sunday
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Osteopathy

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Adam Mason

Biography:
B.App.Sc (Clinical science) & B. Osteopathic Science Hons. Registered Osteopath Adam is a graduate of RMIT (2001 Bachelor of Applied Science (Clinical Science), and Bachelor of Osteopathic Science with Honours 1st Class). Following graduation Adam worked for 2 years at the busy Bendigo Osteopathic Clinic which provided him with a solid grounding with the diverse range of patients and supportive mentoring from David Whittaker. Further testing and assessment enabled his registration in the UK, where in 2004 he worked near Bristol in a multidisciplinary practice. During this time, Adam completed courses in Dry Needle Therapy in London and then later in Melbourne. Adam opened the Wodonga Osteopathic Clinic in 2005, which has grown rapidly into a dedicated clinic of six osteopaths. He has developed a particular interest in assisting those with chronic conditions, particularly those who struggle to manage pain associated with osteoarthritis in their senior years. Married and with 3 beautiful daughters, Adam likes a joke, talks about getting fitter on his mountain bike and finds his work as an Osteopath thoroughly engaging and rewarding.

Naomi White

Biography:
B.Science (Clinical science) & Mast. Health Science (Osteopathy) Registered Osteopath? Completing her osteopathic studies in 2006, Naomi established a home based clinic in the foothills of the Dandenong ranges. With an emphasis on wellness, Naomi worked in conjuction with local personal trainers, psychologists and other allied health professionals to ensure each of her patients gained a complete care plan. A recent move to the region has enabled Naomi and her young family to embrace more of the great outdoors, and to enjoy exploring the many local attractions. Naomi enjoys the diversity of patients that present to a regional practice, and can engage in applying a broad range of techniques that are appropriate for the individual. This includes the use of dry needle therapy, specific stretching and joint mobilisation, to more gentle and passive approaches for those who have previously found treatment uncomfortable. Naomi has a special interest in addressing the needs of those with pain associated with modern day stressors, and recognises the particular implications stress and anxiety has upon our physical health.

Andrew Gott

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Wodonga Osteopathic Clinic - Rebecca HeatherRebecca Heather B.App.Sc (Clinical science) & B. Osteopathic Science Registered Osteopath Rebecca graduated with distinction from RMIT University in 2000 after completing a five year double degree in Osteopathic Science and Applied Clinical Science. She has worked in clinics in Melbourne and locally before joining the team at Wodonga Osteopathic clinic in 2013. Rebecca is passionate about Osteopathy and enjoys the challenge that comes from seeing a diverse range of conditions and patients in her daily practice. In 2012, after seeing a number of patients suffer from stress related conditions, Rebecca decided to complete a Radiant Light Yoga teacher training course with the aim of using yoga’s breathing, stretching and meditation techniques to better help her patients. Rebecca has attended various postgraduate courses both here in Australia and the US. Her post graduate study has been focused on the treatment of the obstetric patients, neurological and orthopaedic conditions of everyday osteopathic practice and osteopathy in the cranial field. In her spare time Rebecca likes to bushwalk in the surrounding mountains of North East Victoria and yoga. She also has a special interest in the Arts after being a performer and Osteopath for the Flying Fruit Fly Circus. Wodonga Osteopathic Clinic - Gerard WildGerard Wild B.Science (Clinical science) & Mast. Health Science (Osteopathy) Registered Osteopath Gerard graduated from VUT 2011, and began work in Melbourne Osteohealth working in both their CBD and Fitzroy clinics. Seeking the good life, he moved back to the glorious northeast to further his career at Wodonga Osteopathic Clinic in 2013. Gerard has a passion for endurance sports such as cycling and running and pursuing optimum health and fitness for himself and his patients. Maximising the potential health in those suffering chronic conditions or those presenting with new injuries, Gerard provides a careful and considered approach in applying manual therapy. Gerard is also able to draw on his own personal experiences from competing and knowledge gained from working as an Osteopath with various elite sporting teams in the treatment and management of sports injuries. Wodonga Osteopathic Clinic - Sabine MortizSabine Moritz B.Science (Clinical science) & Mast. Health Science (Osteopathy) GradCertNeonatal & Infant PaedManTherapy Registered Osteopath We are happy to announce that Sabine is currently on maternity leave until late September/early October 2014. Sabine graduated from Victoria University in 2005 gaining a Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science) and Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). Sabine has worked in Albury Wodonga since 2006. She has since gained the further qualification of a Graduate Certificate in Neonatal and Infant Paediatric Manual Therapy, which is Sabine’s specialised area of interest. Sabine grew up in north east Victoria and continues to enjoy the variety that this region offers – beautiful environment, local produce, gardening, arts and community groups. The diversity offered in a regional practice appeals to Sabine, where patients of all ages and backgrounds can be assisted by her caring approach. Using both direct and gentler indirect techniques, Sabine can accommodate the treatment needs of the most sensitive conditions and relishes the opportunity to help those with complex health issues. Wodonga Osteopathic Clinic - Lidia & DebDeb and Lidia– Receptionists Our friendly receptionists Lidia and Deb are there to help you with your appointments. They enjoy creating a welcoming and positive reception area. They are happy to help out where possible in chasing up referrals and reports, whilst also facilitating payments and accounts. Call Lidia or Deb to make a time to speak to Adam or one of our Osteopathic professionals today.
Show Phone Number218 Lawrence Street, Wodonga, 3690Australia