Breanna completed her Masters of Osteopathy from Victoria University and has since completed further training in dry needling as well.
Breanna believes in empowering her patients with the knowledge, tools and care to help them achieve their own health goals.
Having always had an interest in exercise and movement, combined with her love of helping people, Osteopathy was a natural choice for Breanna. She is a firm believer in preventative health care.
Breanna enjoys treating a wide range of injuries and complaints and welcomes problems that have been resistant to treatment, with particular interest in neck complaints.
Living overseas for a few years led to an opportunity for Breanna to treat the Canadian team for the Rugby International 7’s tournament 2014, where she focused on the management of sporting injuries and enhancement of sport performance.
Breanna is a keen sport enthusiast and in her spare time enjoys snowboarding, netball and running. Being a bit of a foodie, she also enjoys her coffee and trying new cuisines and recipes.
Competing in elite football programs, Aaron developed his passion for human movement and injury rehabilitation. This exposure, coupled with his ambition to help others, he completed his Masters degree at Victoria University.
Growing up, Aaron experienced a wide range of sporting injuries and therefore understands the importance of preventative care and the benefit in providing patients with the tools to help themselves.
Aaron enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeletal presentations, with a keen interest in low back pain and sporting injuries. Observations at the Hawthorn Football Club allowed him to closely follow their injury management strategies through his strong relationship with their VFL outfit.
Aaron is very active in his free time, playing football and continuing to struggle with his golf game.