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Q: What is Osteopathy?
A: In Australia, osteopaths are government registered allied health practitioners who complete university training in anatomy, physiology, pathology, general healthcare diagnosis, and osteopathic techniques. Osteopaths work in private practices and treat patients with pain caused by muscles, joints, bones, nerves and/or the surrounding connective tissue.
Q: What do Osteopaths do?
A: Osteopaths work with your neuro-muscular system- the muscles, bones, nerves and other tissues that play a role in body movement and structure. We understand how the various parts of the body are designed to work together and appreciate the impact if something isn’t moving correctly.
A treatment with an Osteopath can include a combination of:
Q: What conditions can osteopaths treat?
A: Osteopaths can treat a variety of patients who experience long term (chronic) or short term (acute) problems. Some of these conditions include:
Q: What do I wear to an osteopathy consultation?
A: Ideally comfortable clothing that you can move in.
Q: How much does an osteopathy consultation cost?
Initial Osteo consults: $115
Return appointments: $88
Rehab appointments: $100
If you have private health it may cover a portion of the consult fee, rebates on Osteopathy treatment can ra
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