Rebecca graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Complementary Medicine and a Master of Osteopathy. She also completed a pilot study focusing on functional techniques and their effectiveness.
Rebecca is a qualified sports trainer who worked as a head trainer for an amateur football club for four years. More recently, she has worked with professional soccer players at the Melbourne Heart Football club (now Melbourne City) in the Australian A-League. Rebecca has a sporting background and can relate to exercise-induced injuries.
She has spent time abroad travelling and volunteering in understaffed hospitals in Kenya. There Rebecca was able to work closely with midwives, and with children suffering cerebral palsy.
Rebecca has a passion for helping others improve their wellbeing. To achieve this, she uses a broad range of osteopathic techniques and includes education within treatments to empower her patients to reach their full health potential.
** NOTE: Rebecca will be on leave throughout 2018 and will be back in 2019. **
|Mon, Tue||4 pm – 7:30 pm|
|Thu, Sat||9 am – 1 pm|
Rebecca has had the opportunity to participate in one-on-one learning with top visceral lecturers, which has helped her to develop a keen interest in treating conditions in the organs, from reflux to chronic constipation. She uses techniques related to the specific organ or that may link conditions to musculoskeletal compromises. Having this understanding means Rebecca problem solves, while considering the body as a whole to break down causes of pain to help prevent further injury.
Malvern East VIC 3145
T 9885 1733