Yvette graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Complimentary Medicine) and a Masters of Osteopathy with Distinction.
Yvette was initially drawn to Osteopathy as an active adolescent and was inspired by positive results gained through Osteopathic treatment. She has an extensive background in sports, representing Victoria in the Australian Cross Country championships. She has also had competitive involvement in tennis and athletics. Her active lifestyle enables her to better understand the needs and the functional demands of her patients. Since beginning her Osteopathic studies, Yvette has been a firm believer in holistic health care. She recognizes the importance of developing the correct treatment plan to achieve symptomatic relief and ongoing health and wellbeing.
Yvette uses a wide range of techniques and prescribes exercises, postural and lifestyle advice to ensure optimal patient care. She incorporates Trigger Point Dry Needling where required, to compliment her Osteopathic techniques. Yvette treats people of all ages and a wide variety of conditions.
As part of her masters program, Yvette researched the cause and effects of headaches and is well equipped to provide treatment and management.
Yvette has worked as an assistant lecturer at RMIT University, teaching anatomy and practical classes to osteopathic students.
Yvette is a friendly, honest and outgoing osteopath, who loves working alongside her patients with the ultimate aim in helping them achieve their goals in improving their health and quality of life.
Hannah graduated from RMIT University completing a double degree in Bachelor of Health Science
and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy) with distinction. Hannah has completed further
studies in dry needling and cupping as well as level 2 Pilates allowing her to implement a holistic
treatment that can be tailored appropriately to each individual patient’s needs.
Hannah has a passion for helping people to improve their quality of life using a combination of
Osteopathic techniques, dry needling, rehabilitation exercises, Pilates exercises and education.
Through representing Victoria and training with the Australian squad in Volleyball Hannah
discovered a firsthand passion for osteopathy, when seeking treatment for her own injuries. As a
result, she has gained a keen interest in treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions and
injuries. Hannah has always had an interest in horse riding and a passion for health and fitness.
Hannah strongly believes in assessing and treating the body as a whole with a special interest in
helping patients with low back pain, neck pain, headaches and shoulder injuries.
Hannah is a registered member of Osteopathy Australia and is registered with APRHA. Hannah’s
treatments can be claimed through private health rebates through the HICAPS system.
Georgie graduated from RMIT University with a double bachelor’s degree in Health Science and Applied Science (Osteopathy) with distinction. From an early age, Georgie was determined to follow a career path that involved two things: helping people and the human body. Georgie’s passion for osteopathy developed after seeking osteopathic treatment for pre-existing conditions to assist her in following an active lifestyle as a basketballer. Georgie was instantly inspired by her osteopath after noticing their holistic approach to her care and the way in which they supported all aspects of her health and wellbeing.
While studying, Georgie worked with a local AFL club where she was involved in preparing the players for competition, providing on-field care, guidance on recovery and management of acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries. Additionally, Georgie completed further studies in Clinical Pilates with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute and now works as a Clinical Pilates instructor. She enjoys utilising Clinical Pilates and its principles within her approach to the management of patients.
Georgie’s strong sense of compassion and empathy inspires her to provide individually tailored, supportive and holistic osteopathic care to all patients. With a broad range of osteopathic techniques, she strives to deliver effective manual therapy and furthermore, strives to provide support and empower her patients to take part in their own healthcare journeys through prescribing exercise rehabilitation, management and lifestyle advice.
Georgie is eager to utilise her knowledge and passion for osteopathy to enhance her patient’s wellbeing and quality of life in every way that she can.
Stewart completed his qualifications at the Victoria University, with a Bachelor of Science and
Master of Health Science (Osteopathy).
Stewart’s journey for providing health and wellness started after completing a Remedial Massage
degree, where he developed a passion and excitement for providing care and improving a patient’s
well-being. Stewart was able to treat a wide-variety of patients, from gym-goers to office workers,
but found his specialty in working with musicians, where he was able to work with the Melbourne
Symphony Orchestra and students at the Victorian College of the Arts.
Stewart’s passion for osteopathy stems from its ability to encompass and assess a person holistically,
identify the root cause of an issue and not just its symptoms, and then to provide hands-on therapy
through osteopathic techniques including soft tissue massage, stretching, joint mobilisations and
manipulations, to provide the best outcomes possible.
When Stewart is not in the clinic, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, strength and
conditioning training, and spending time in the outdoors.
Maddison is empathic, is passionate about helping others, and strives to tailor her osteopathic management to each individual’s needs and preferences.
She studied a Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy) at RMIT University, and has since practised in Melbourne, as well as overseas in Vancouver, Canada. Her time practising in Vancouver allowed her to broaden her perspective and refine her skills in treating a range of women’s health complaints. She is also a mother to twins, which has given her the personal experience of pregnancy, birth, and postpartum recovery.
Given this experience, Maddison has a strong interest in women’s health conditions, and loves supporting women to optimise their health.
Maddison has completed further training as a Pilates Instructor with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute, and uses this knowledge as an additional tool to help her patients.
Maddison believes healing involves more than just treating the site of pain and will assess each patient holistically to determine which areas may require treatment. She uses a combination of osteopathic treatment techniques, patient education, and self-management strategies to support her patients in improving their health.