OSTEOPATHS

Dr. Sarah Brooksbank
B.App.Sc(ComplMed)M.Osteo
Level 1 Myofascial Dry Needling

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Dr. Sarah Brooksbank graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Complimentary Medicine) and a Masters of Osteopathy with Distinction. Sarah is an experienced Osteopath and has been working in Melbourne for over 7 years.
Sarah also holds a Diploma of Clinical Pilates, allowing her to educate her patients with a greater range of exercise protocols for the management of their conditions.

Whilst completing part of her degree, Sarah worked with a local AFL team as a sports trainer where she gained further knowledge about sporting injuries and the application of first aid, taping and treatment procedures in these cases. She has also completed a dry needling and cupping course to enable her to further assist her clients and their recovery process.

In 2018, Sarah received a certificate in Cranial Techniques and Advanced Treatment Protocols in Paediatric Osteopathy. She enjoys treating children of all ages and working with both the parent and child to help achieve optimal treatment outcomes.

Sarah has a great passion for Osteopathy, is very approachable and thoroughly enjoys working with people of all ages to help them get back on track. She uses a range of techniques to treat many conditions including headaches, neck pain, back and shoulder pain, muscle injuries, joint pain and sporting injuries. She often demonstrates exercises and stretches that can be incorporated into everyday life to further enhance the recovery process.

Sarah is a member of Osteopathy Australia, registered with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, qualified for dry needling and is registered for private health rebates through the HICAPS facility.

Dr. Kira Nee
B HSc/BAppSc (Osteo)
Level 1 Myofascial Dry Needling

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Kira graduated from RMIT University in 2020 completing a Bachelor of Health Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy). 

 

Kira grew up playing basketball and netball and enjoyed running as a hobby. Like many young athletes Kira experienced many sporting injures and it was from these experiences that her interest in the human body, anatomy and physiology grew. 

 

Kira has a holistic and methodical approach to her treatment and management of patients and will tailor her treatment to the individual. To achieve the best results for her patients Kira will incorporate hands on osteopathic techniques as well as exercise prescription, lifestyle and stress management, education, and dry needling. 

She treats a broad range of musculoskeletal conditions using a range of techniques and believes that employing an individualised approach to each patient will achieve the best results.

 

Kira is always seeking to further her knowledge in the Osteopathic field and has a keen interest in women’s health and paediatrics. She hopes to continue to develop her knowledge in all things Osteopathy and enjoys treating a wide variety of patients and conditions. Kira enjoys listening to patients concerns and establishing a long-term plan for all patients, to get people back to what they enjoy doing, pain free.

 

In her spare time, Kira enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going out for nice dinners, and spending her weekends traveling.

Dr. Georgie Bradford
B HSc/BAppSc (Osteo)
Level 1 Myofascial Dry Needling

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Georgie graduated from RMIT University with a double bachelor’s degree in Health Science and Applied Science (Osteopathy).

From an early age, Georgie was determined to follow a career path that involved three things: helping people, healthcare and the human body. Georgie’s passion for osteopathy developed after seeking osteopathic treatment for her own pre-exsisting 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 enjoys utilising Clinical Pilates and its principles within her approach to the management of patients.

Now after beginning work within her dream field, Georgie’s passion for osteopathy and specific areas of interest has grown. Georgie enjoys treats individuals of all ages and all conditions, however, has a specific interest in expanding her knowledge in the areas of biodynamics, paediatrics and support for women throughout their pregnancy and post birth.


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 treats in both a direct (firm) and indirect (soft) manner and strives to deliver effective manual therapy. In addition to hands on treatment, she 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.