Free Patient Resources

Never been to an Osteopath before? What should I expect? Discover our FAQ’s below, so you can be fully prepared for your time with us. 

It’s time for you to take control of your pain and function.

Here you can find a variety of resources to help you learn how to manage specific conditions, use equipment, and some simple stretches and exercises that can often help get you moving away from pain. We believe knowledge is power, and our goal as practitioners is to make ourselves redundant in the long term by helping you take control.

Check out our Blogs for more info

Low Back Pain

Lower back pain affects up to 80% of adults in Australia over their lifetime, and is the most common complaint we see in the clinic. Osteopaths can assist you in understanding the cause of the complaint, apply treatment and create a plan to prevent it from returning. Read more

Osteo treatment for shoulder pain
Neck Pain

Neck pain is a common reason to visit an Osteopath, and can be highly frustrating especially when doing those pesky head checks in the car. Osteopaths regularly treat neck pain, and the associated side effects such as headaches and jaw pain. Read more

Headaches and Migraines

Headaches and migraines, although often extremely unpleasant, are quite common. The World Health Organisation reports that up to three quarters of adults aged 18–65 years have had a headache in the last year  Read more

Osteopath treating forearm injury from hockey
Tennis and Golfer's elbow

Don’t let the sport-themed names fool you! These painful elbow conditions can affect anyone doing repetitive or prolonged tasks using the elbow, forearm and wrist.. Read more

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How-to Guides

– Foam rolling

– Massage ball

– Stick roller

 

Stretches and Exercises

– Low back stretches

– Hip strengthening 

– Postural correction

Condition management

Management: Acute low back pain

Management: Hip Bursitis

Management: Tennis Elbow

How-to guides

Foam Rolling

Massage Ball (Lacrosse or Spiky)

Stick Roller

Stretches and exercises

Low back and hip stretches

Desk based stretches and exercises

Warm up and cool down