If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the best Osteopath in Adelaide gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the top osteopath Adelaide CBD. To help you find the best Osteopath Adelaide located near to you, we put together our own list based on patient reviews.
This article is updated every 1-2 months.
⇒ Dr Anna Griffin
Dr Anna Griffin opened Bounce Back osteopathy in 2015, working as a sole trader in Stepney. After seeing her clinic flourish, she found the perfect place to establish Bounce, in a heritage-listed cottage on Magill Road in Norwood. This allowed her to work along side other osteopaths and health professionals, to turn BBO into the happy and nurturing team environment she had always dreamed of.
- neck pain and headaches caused by posture, whiplash, osteoarthritis or occupational strain
- sports medicine and rehabilitation
⇒ Dr Mathew Towers
Dr Mathew Towers – Kensington Osteopathy is a dynamic and vibrant Osteopathy practise, located on Kensington Road at Kensington. We have six experienced Osteopaths available from Monday to Saturday to assess, diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions.
⇒ Dr Nikole Grbin
Dr Nikole Grbin is an osteopath with many years of clinical experience working in both Melbourne and Adelaide. Nikole is adept in a wide range of osteopathic techniques including osteopathy in the cranial field. She is passionate about helping manage injuries and speed the healing process and will give advice and information on how to optimise recovery.
- treatment to pregnant women and children
- manage injuries and speed the healing process
⇒ Dr Vianney Vangilve
Dr Vianney Vangilve is a highly – skilled Adelaide osteopath with vast experience in dealing with chronic pain. Vianney has achieved great successes with people who had given up on finding a solution to their pain, helping them to heal in a long – term capacity. This largely due to osteopathy’s “whole-of-body” approach. Vianey’s approach is extremely safe, gentle and incredibly effective – in fact it takes years (and patience) to master. In conjunction with exploring the symptoms of patients’ pain, Vianney also takes into account other indicators such as the state of the nervous and vascular systems to work out what (if anything) is blocking the body from healing itself properly.
- Chronic pain, Women’s health
- Post-surgery issue
- Pregnancy, Digestive system issue
⇒ Dr Sarah Mance
Dr Sarah Mance graduated from RMIT University in 2007 after completing a Masters of Osteopathy involving how Osteopathic treatment during pregnancy can help with the outcomes of labour. Since then all my postgraduate study has been associated with Pre/postnatal care, Women’s and Children’s health and Biodynamic Osteopathy in the Cranial osteopath adelaide.
- Biodynamic Osteopathy in the Cranial Field
⇒ Dr. Liz Jennings
Dr. Liz Jennings graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2012. After finishing her studies she started working in three busy GP surgeries in Kent, England. Here she gained a lot of experience diagnosing, treating and managing a wide spectrum of musculoskeletal complaints. Liz moved to Adelaide in 2014 and is now a proud Australian citizen. She has a particular interest in women’s health and chronic pain. Sharing her knowledge of pain science with her patients and educating them about the links between pain, stress and mental health.
- women’s health and chronic pain
- soft tissue massage, myofascial release
- joint articulation, trigger point work and manipulations
⇒ Dr Andrea Robertson
Dr Andrea Robertson is an Osteopath, Nutritionist, Naturopath and ex-professional dancer with a strong interest in health and wellness. She is passionate about inspiring clients to lead healthier and happier lives. With a strong background in dance, yoga and Pilates, along with her extensive anatomy training and intricate understanding of the human body, Andrea has created a barre program like no other. Her mission is to spread the message of health and wellness as far as possible, inspiring and teaching others to then inspire and teach also.
- Osteopathy and Naturopathy
Phone: 1300 10 11 22
⇒ Dr. Majid Gheisar
Dr. Majid Gheisar is an Australian-based health professional. Majid is trained as an Osteopath and has a practice located in Beulah Park. Dr Majid Gheisar started his Osteopathy qualification in 1995. He finished his study in 2000.
⇒ Dr. Deepak S. Yagnik
Dr. Deepak S. Yagnik osteopath north adelaide – has been in practice for 30 years, having graduated from the prestigious British School of Osteopathy in London. He has taught internationally and established The Osteopathic Centre in Sydney in 1999 when he arrived to Australia. Recently, he has moved with his family to Adelaide and established The Body Worx.
What is osteopathy?
In osteopathy, the therapist uses his hands to diagnose and treat patients. Osteopaths try to recognize and treat functional disorders in the body.
In contrast to other manual techniques, osteopathy is based on a philosophical concept that respects the individual as a whole. According to osteopathy, the musculoskeletal system, skull, spinal cord and organs are interrelated as a system and any blockages in this system can be released and the self-healing powers activated.
To understand the whole, it is important for the osteopath to have precise knowledge of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics. Because only in this way can he recognize connections and details that have led to illness or pain symptoms. During the treatment itself, the therapist tries to restore the body’s integrity and order and to activate its self-healing powers. Osteopathy is an independent, holistic form of medicine in which diagnosis and treatment are carried out with the hands. Osteopathy gets to the bottom of the causes of complaints and treats people in their entirety.
Where is osteopathy used?
In the case of disorders and pain in the musculoskeletal system , osteopathy shows good treatment results , as it takes the patient’s subjective well-being seriously and does not only rely on findings or imaging procedures ( X-ray, CT, etc.).In addition, it is not limited to the diagnosis of bony structures, soft tissues or joints, but tries to look at connections and includes, for example, organs. Another area of application are functional disorders such as ringing in the ears (tinnitus) , digestive disorders or headaches.
HOW OSTEOPATHY WORKS
Osteopathy builds on the body’s own self-healing and self-regulatory powers. Illnesses and disorders often arise when the body loses the ability to regulate itself. This is where osteopathy comes in and mobilizes the body’s self-healing powers.
Every part of the body, every organ needs sufficient freedom of movement for optimal functioning. The aim of osteopathic treatments is to release blockages and tissue tension and thus restore mobility. Osteopaths always research the causes of complaints and do not limit themselves to treating individual symptoms. So no diseases in the actual sense are treated, but their triggers, such as movement disorders.