Osteopathy - Senior A

Osteopathy was developed as a form of manual therapy in the late 1800’s by American Physician, Dr. A.T Still. Osteopaths are trained to be primary health care clinicians who can diagnose and treat a variety of musculo-skeletal conditions. Osteopaths use a variety of hands-on treatment techniques to help restore movement, reduce pain and improve the way a body is able to function. These techn... Read More

Osteopathy was developed as a form of manual therapy in the late 1800’s by American Physician, Dr. A.T Still. Osteopaths are trained to be primary health care clinicians who can diagnose and treat a variety of musculo-skeletal conditions.

Osteopaths use a variety of hands-on treatment techniques to help restore movement, reduce pain and improve the way a body is able to function. These techniques may include soft tissue work, stretching, muscle energy (activation) techniques, strain-counter strain and joint manipulation. You may also be given exercises or stretches to complete at home.


Osteopathy - Senior B

Osteopathy was developed as a form of manual therapy in the late 1800’s by American Physician, Dr. A.T Still. Osteopaths are trained to be primary health care clinicians who can diagnose and treat a variety of musculo-skeletal conditions. Osteopaths use a variety of hands-on treatment techniques to help restore movement, reduce pain and improve the way a body is able to function. These techn... Read More

Osteopathy was developed as a form of manual therapy in the late 1800’s by American Physician, Dr. A.T Still. Osteopaths are trained to be primary health care clinicians who can diagnose and treat a variety of musculo-skeletal conditions.

Osteopaths use a variety of hands-on treatment techniques to help restore movement, reduce pain and improve the way a body is able to function. These techniques may include soft tissue work, stretching, muscle energy (activation) techniques, strain-counter strain and joint manipulation. You may also be given exercises or stretches to complete at home.


Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a clinical health science profession aimed at treating a variety of conditions that contribute to the reduction of physical capabilities and mobility.

Physiotherapists draw on their extensive training in, and knowledge of, the mechanics and anatomy of the human body, to identify the causes of underlying problems and develop strategies to restore normal functioning.


Remedial Massage Therapist - Senior

Massage therapy is the practice of working on the body using a variety of physical techniques aimed at increasing circulation and flexibility, reducing muscle and joint pain, aiding recovery from injury or muscle fatigue, and relaxing the nervous system. Many of our clients suffer from poor posture, and stress through the lower back, neck and shoulders resulting from long periods sitting at ... Read More

Massage therapy is the practice of working on the body using a variety of physical techniques aimed at increasing circulation and flexibility, reducing muscle and joint pain, aiding recovery from injury or muscle fatigue, and relaxing the nervous system.

Many of our clients suffer from poor posture, and stress through the lower back, neck and shoulders resulting from long periods sitting at a work station.

All of our massage therapists are highly trained and offer a range of treatment options including;

Swedish relax massage
Remedial and deep tissue massage
Cupping
Dry Needling
Lymphatic drainage
During a treatment a therapist will ask questions and may conduct orthopedic testing if injuries are present, all massages are tailored to individual clients needs and you may be offered home care advice and appropriate exercises or stretches to ensure the best long-term results.

Comprehensive notes are recorded with every treatment for future reference.

Private health care funds can be applied.

Gift vouchers are available upon request.


Remedial Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is the practice of working on the body using a variety of physical techniques aimed at increasing circulation and flexibility, reducing muscle and joint pain, aiding recovery from injury or muscle fatigue, and relaxing the nervous system.


Remedial Massage Therapy - No HICAPS

Massage therapy is the practice of working on the body using a variety of physical techniques aimed at increasing circulation and flexibility, reducing muscle and joint pain, aiding recovery from injury or muscle fatigue, and relaxing the nervous system. Many of our clients suffer from poor posture, and stress through the lower back, neck and shoulders resulting from long periods sitting at ... Read More

Massage therapy is the practice of working on the body using a variety of physical techniques aimed at increasing circulation and flexibility, reducing muscle and joint pain, aiding recovery from injury or muscle fatigue, and relaxing the nervous system.

Many of our clients suffer from poor posture, and stress through the lower back, neck and shoulders resulting from long periods sitting at a work station.

Remedial Massage Therapist - Maternity Leave

Katelin gained her qualifications through Illawarra and Sydney tafe (Shellharbour/Loftus institutes) in 2014/2015.

She has further qualifications in Myofascial cupping. Katelin joined the team in September 2016, she takes special interest in sports massage, sports related injuries, disc issues, pregnancy massage, postural issues and chronic injuries.

Katelin combines soft tissue massage with muscle energy techniques and stretching to gain short and long term results.

Katelin has worked with St George Dragons NRL side and has done volunteer work with the Illawarra Hawks basketball team, various aged care facilities and events such as MS City – Gong bike ride.

Katelin is registered with the Association of Massage Therapists (AMT)

Remedial Massage Therapist - Maternity Leave Katelin gained her qualifications through Illawarra ... Read More

Jacky was born and raised here locally in Canberra. At first chance he moved to Sydney to pursue his passion in healthcare. The desire of being able to bring relief to chronic pains and illnesses of all kinds, led him to studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

In 2015, he graduated with a double degree in Health science and a masters in TCM, he moved back to Canberra where in 2016, he studied a diploma of Remedial massage furthering his knowledge and understanding of musculoskeletal conditions.

Jacky is always seeking the most effective and efficient protocols for all the common presentations seen in a clinic, he is also always up for a challenge when an individual has found little insight or relief. He is confident in treating musculoskeletal conditions such as: tendonitis, nerve impingements, neck pains, frozen shoulder, sciatica, knee pains, and general back or limb injuries. Alternating between remedial massage and acupuncture, he is also experienced in treating chronic health conditions relating to but not limited to: sleep/psychology, nausea/indigestion, fatigue/nutrition (TCM based), and women’s health.

In his free time he likes to spend time with family and friends, ride motorbikes, paintball, archery, camping, hiking, and takes interest in learning about history, biology, food, psychology, and anthropology.

Jacky was born and raised here locally in Canberra. At first chance he moved to Sydney to pursue ... Read More

Osteopath

Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice Bachelor of Applied Science (Complementary Medicine) Master of Osteopathy Graduate Certificate in Clinical Teaching Brad graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne and made the move to Canberra in early 2015 to work alongside the multidisciplinary team at Canberra City Health Network. His passion for osteopathy has led to the pursuit of further study in the area of clinical education. Brad’s role in the clinical education department of Canberra City Health Network, mentoring and coordinating student placements, is an exciting and rewarding opportunity.

Brad enjoys treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, including headaches, back pain and biomechanical changes in relation to pregnancy. He embraces a variety of treatment approaches, offering a comprehensive and holistic approach to a patient’s presentation – delivering a gold standard of care. He believes that the lifestyle choices we make are an integral component to our overall well being and an important management consideration – hence, he believes in a collaborative approach to healthcare as a facilitator of health and primary health contact.

In his spare time Brad enjoys staying active and getting out amongst nature. He is an amateur potter and strives towards running his own online business. Brad, as a Melbournite at heart, has an appreciation for good food, wine and almond piccolos.

Osteopath Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice Bachelor of Applied Science (Complementary M... Read More

Ronney gained a Certificate IV in Massage Therapy in 2014, followed by a Diploma in Remedial Massage in 2017.

Since then, Ronney has worked with a range of clients of all ages and backgrounds. He also has extensive experience working with high profile athletes including rugby league, union, soccer, cricket and netball. His specialty techniques include sports massage, remedial massage, deep tissue and trigger point therapy.

Ronney’s passion is also embedded in healthcare. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Science, and a background in health information management. With over 10 years experience in this field, he has worked in countless hospitals both in Australia and overseas. He has liaised with various healthcare professionals including clinicians, nurses, allied health workers and corporate managers.

Ronney is a friendly and highly professional therapist who is committed to ensuring his clients needs are met

Ronney gained a Certificate IV in Massage Therapy in 2014, followed by a Diploma in Remedial Mass... Read More

I joined the Canberra City Health Network team in 2017. I have completed my Diploma of Remedial Massage through the Australian Institute of Business and Technology and have been in Canberra for a number of years although, I also have family ties to Melbourne and Mildura. I have been working as a remedial massage therapist for over 5 years and have previously worked in hospitality and for the ACT government.

I feel comfortable treating a large number of musculoskeletal complaints and have worked with a wide variety of people, although I am particularly good at upper back and neck pain as well as the management of headaches.

Outside of work I am currently studying a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science with the goal of becoming an Accredited Exercise Physiologist. I am also a semi-professional musician and play a number of bars and cafes around Canberra and into the Riverina and South Coast. I also enjoy watching sports in particular AFL which I thoroughly enjoy even though as an Essendon supporter most weeks my team decides to get flogged.

I joined the Canberra City Health Network team in 2017. I have completed my Diploma of Remedial ... Read More

Yi Qian has worked in traditional healing over 20 years, after obtaining the massage certificate at Australasian College of Natural Therapies in 1991, in Sydney after which he realised that this form of Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) healing was his calling. Yi completed a Diploma of Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

More recently in 2014 he has continued numerous bridging and updating courses in Advanced Acupuncture and Tui Na Massage at the Chinese Academy of Traditional Medicine, Beijing and in 2018 courses in TCM in Rehabilitation Medicine and Physical Therapy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing.

These years of updating and new modalities adds to his long and wide range of experiences, he acted as a casual masseur for the All Black tour of Australia in 1992, plus a part-time masseur for Olympic gymnasts in 1996, while working as a masseur at the Belconnen Chiropractic Centre.

In China he was a masseur at an International Fencing club in Beijing, a casual masseur for the Hungarian Men’s Sabre Fencing team, a leading USA Ice Hockey team and a Ligue 2 French football team. He has gained a wealth of experience and how to be able to adapt his skills to the needs of the client. Still today his biggest joy comes from seeing patients recover and regain their full physical capacity, this is the driving force behind Yi.

Yi Qian has worked in traditional healing over 20 years, after obtaining the massage certificate ... Read More

Osteopath

Bachelor of Science (Anatomy/Physiology), Melbourne University Bachelor of Applied Science (Comp Med) Osteopathy. RMIT Master of Osteopathy. RMIT

James joined the Canberra City Health Network team at the beginning of 2009 after finishing his Masters in Osteopathy at RMIT University in Melbourne. James was inspired to study Osteopathy and it’s philosophies after gaining a greater understanding of the human body on completion of a Science degree with a Major in Anatomy and Physiology from Melbourne University in 2002.

James has a strong interest in a variety of sports and has worked in multiple roles at different sporting clubs as a sports trainer and rehabilitation officer. This has shaped James’ interest in the field of sports medicine, specifically with the diagnosis, treatment and management of sporting injuries.

James treats with a diversity of direct and indirect Osteopathic techniques with a strong affinity for the biomechanical Osteopathic model. James is enthusiastic and passionate about Osteopathy and enjoys the challenge of complicated patient cases.

Osteopath Bachelor of Science (Anatomy/Physiology), Melbourne University Bachelor of Applied Scie... Read More

Remedial Massage Therapist

Brad has been with the Canberra City Health Network team since 2018.

Brad’s area’s of interest include lower back pain, shoulder and neck complaints and enjoys tailoring his approach to each individual’s specific needs. Brad enjoys helping people improve the quality of their everyday lives through a personalised approach. He has an invested attitude towards his work and enjoys the challenges the job brings.

Private health rebates are available with Brad depending on your level of cover.

Brad’s interests outside of work include most sports mainly his love for rugby league, a good book or movie, getting out in the garden and spending time with family and friends.

Brad has lived in Canberra over 15 years, originally from the South Coast and before a change in careers, Brad worked in the retail sector both down the Coast and in Canberra.

Remedial Massage Therapist Brad has been with the Canberra City Health Network team since 2018. ... Read More

Remedial Massage Therapist

Christine gained her massage qualifications in 2013 from the Canberra Institute of Technology. She has further qualifications in:

Advanced Diploma of Soft Tissue Therapy Certificate of Lymphatic Drainage Certificate 3 of Fitness Myofascial dry needling Cupping technique Christine is currently studying her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra.

Christine joined the team in May 2017. She takes pride in tailoring treatment to the individual clients needs to help decrease pain and restore functional movement. Christine’s key interests include treatment and maintenance of upper body overuse conditions, in particular chronic neck and shoulder pain.

Christine enjoys working with a variety of different sports. Including: AIS training camps for triathlon, Canberra Capitals basketball team, Canberra Heat volleyball team and working with mountain bikers at the Canberra MONT. She has also volunteered at Daryl’s Den activity centre working with special needs patients.

When Christine is not at the clinic she enjoys playing tennis, re-reading Harry Potter and learning french.

Christine is a member of The Association of Massage Therapists (AMT) and is a Hicaps provider.

Remedial Massage Therapist Christine gained her massage qualifications in 2013 from the Canberra ... Read More

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