Our Courses

After Breast Cancer

Understand primary side effects breast cancer patients experience and provide an osteopathic approach to caring for them during their recovery.

Anatomy Up Close: The Pelvis

This clinical pelvic anatomy course - at the Melb Uni Cadaver Wet Lab - utilises real cases to review the pelvic anatomy in cadaver specemins

Breastfeeding Support

With the appropriate assessment and treatment techniques for baby’s skull, cervical spine, shoulder dystocia, breathing dynamics, pelvic mechanics and more you’ll be able to help baby and parent to embrace the joy of successful breastfeeding.

Exploring Visceral Fascia

Effective techniques and treatment models to confidently treat the supportive fascia of the thorax and abdominal viscera including links to the musculo-skeletal system.

Myofascial Release

Need some new tricks in your manual therapy bag? Fascia is one of the most critical and misunderstood anatomical structures and is often the missing link for persistent pain after a fall or injury, recurrent acute back pain, post-surgical pain and contusion injuries.

Nerve Pain in Practice

Learn to effectively manage nerve pain with manual therapy, patient education, home exercises and help prevent persistent pain in your patients.

Pain & Pregnancy

Learn to more effectively help women prepare for labour, during their pregnancy and to recover efficiently from delivery or caesarean section.

Shoulder Impingement

An evidence-based, clinically applicable treatment model for shoulder impingement treatment to use immediately and confidently in your clinic.

The Endo Enigma

A clinical reasoning framework of endometriosis, inflammation, pain science and traditional osteopathic principles for endometriosis treatment.

The Pelvic Pain Puzzle

Pelvic pain treatment can be challenging. Learn how dysfunction presents clinically and the protocols and techniques needed to effectively treat it.

Tiny Tummies

Colic, constipation, and reflux are common gastrointestinal issues for tiny tummies, causing distress for both babies and parents. With a comprehensive understanding of these conditions, osteopathy is perfectly placed to help alleviate discomfort and promote better function in infants.

Treating Plagiocephaly

By utilising a combination of cranial techniques, gentle manoeuvres for cranial function, addressing musculoskeletal imbalances and considering the impact of soft tissue tension, you will be able to manage challenges and setbacks, helping promote little-ones continued cranial health and development.


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