Mia graduated from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Science (Clinical
Sciences) and a Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). During her time at
university, she completed a Masters in the field of sports bra research, in
particular the effect bra styles have on limiting breast movement. On
completion of her degree, Mia continued to study including courses in pre
and post-natal osteopathic care and more recently in dry needling.
Mia has endeared herself to many with her thorough approach to her patients
and her expertise in the treatment of spinal pain and sports injuries. She
has also developed an interest in the treatment of women during pregnancy.
Mia believes in “Practice what you preach” with regard to exercise and
wellbeing and participates in regular Pilates classes in her spare time. Mia
also has a passion for helping patients to self manage their complaints and
learn coping strategies for dealing with them outside the treatment room.
Sally graduated from Endeavour College in 2008 with a Diploma in Remedial Massage. After practicing for 8 years, she then went on to complete her Advanced Diploma in Myotherapy at MIMT in 2014. Sally’s passion is to assist her patients to live active, healthy lives as they age. “Everyday” aches and pains that we so often take for granted as a normal part of aging don’t always have to be a part of your life. Whether you aspire to participate in the Great Vic Bike Ride or simply want to be able to chase after your children or grandchildren, Myotherapy can help you achieve this. Using various myotherapeutic techniques Sally can assist to increase mobility and flexibility as well as treating various conditions including headaches, frozen shoulder, ankle and knee injuries and helping to ease the symptoms of osteoarthritis and tendonopathies.
Joining Osteonet has given Sally the opportunity to hone her skills in Myotherapy in the company of a group of highly skilled and professional practitioners. She looks forward to meeting you soon.
Sally is available for consultation on Wednesday evenings and alternate Saturdays.