Osteopathy is a manual therapy and way of looking at the body in order to improve its function. During your consult, your Osteopath will help diagnose your issue, which will help you to understand the cause of your pain. Your Osteopath will then work with your body to help relieve your immediate symptoms, whilst also helping to guide you in how to prevent reoccurring issues and speed up your recovery.
Osteopaths work to relieve your pain by focusing on how you function as a whole body unit. We aim to look at the real cause of the issue and not just at the immediate symptoms. This is one reason why it is so effective at resolving long-term/chronic aches and reoccurring pains, as well as acute injuries. Treatment includes hands-on techniques to reduce pain, a care plan that may include rehabilitative exercises and dietary advice
Osteopathy may help treat:
Headaches & Migraines
Back and Neck Pain
Joints & Flexibility
Hip and Groin
Reference: Australian Osteopathic Association
B.SC. (HONS), ND
Sweatal received her training at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine graduating in 2003. Her passion lies in bringing together a wide range of techniques to devise a treatment plan that looks to helping patients achieve their health goal holistically. Her highly personalised treatments combines structural and cranial techniques together with rehabilitation, exercise and nutrition.
Her interest lies in working with women during pregnancy and their recovery after giving birth.
Outside of the practice, Sweatal enjoys swimming and hiking with her young family. She recently climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and is looking to go to Everest Base Camp soon.
Matt is committed to giving his patient’s what they need to get them back to what they love in life, whether that’s sports, work or just waking up pain free. Matt prides himself on his gentle but effective therapy and has a real passion for exercise and rehabilitation- which he will often incorporate into his management of your symptoms.
Addison has an experienced approach that is very patient care focused. He uses a variety of structural hands-on techniques, functional releases, soft-tissue techniques, joint articulation/mobilisation, joint manipulation, trigger point dry needling, and incorporates essential oils into treatment if appropriate. He has an interest in the treatment of children of all ages. Addison has a passion for sports and sports related injuries.
Leanda graduated as an Osteopath from Victoria University in Melbourne in 2018 before moving to Perth. She has worked as a nurse for the last 10 years before she decided to train in Osteopathy, which she felt was more in-line with her passion for helping patients gain relief and independence from their pain.
She is passionate about the care of her patients and uses her experience as an osteopath and a nurse to help patients through manual therapy and other gentle hands-on techniques.
Leanda is also an avid traveller but loves nothing more then a walk on the beach with her beloved dog.
Nisha obtained her Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2009, and since then has continued to expand on her bodywork techniques to include pregnancy massage, myofascial release, and Levels 1 & 2 of John Upleger’s Craniosacral Therapy. She continues to study Mind-body Medicine and flower-essences, and is working on completing her doula training, to provide pre and post-natal care and birth support.
A treatment with Nisha may include deep tissue work, fascial release, trigger point therapy, basic cranio-sacral techniques, flower essence therapy, and hot stones.
Nisha has a passion for wellness, and sees massage and bodywork as a valuable part of your ongoing health and self-care regime.