Lisa Brennan Osteopath Camberwell
Lisa is the principle Osteopath at South Yarra Osteopathic Clinic and is well regarded amongst health professionals, fitness professionals and many patients because of her professional and caring nature.
She prides herself on not just providing a thorough treatment addressing the symptoms, but also uncovering the cause. Identifying the cause of the complaint is pivotal for recovery. Lisa firmly believes education is the key to better health so time is spent educating in language that you understand. She loves the challenge of long standing complaints. The lower back and pelvis are areas of particular interest.
Treatments are tailored with a combination of direct techniques (massage, manipulations, stretching) combined with gentler techniques to achieve effective treatment. She is experienced in treating children (aged 3 and more) up to adults, sports people to desk workers. She uses a biomechanical evidence based approach to diagnosis and treatment.
After completing a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Melbourne, Lisa continued her interest in health sciences and commenced a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Masters of Osteopathy at RMIT University. Osteopathy was a natural progression for Lisa given her respect and fascination for the human body and its resiliency.
Lisa is available at the following times:
Friday: 10:00am – 4.00pm
Jake Maher Camberwell Osteopath
Jake Maher Osteopath graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor of Health Science and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy). Jake’s passion as an osteopath began through his early teens as a result of suffering various sporting injuries and receiving effective osteopathic treatment to help manage them. Jake has always had a keen interest in guiding his patients through the management of their injuries and pains and prides himself on tailoring individual treatment and management plans to have his patients able to function to the best of their ability.
He has a strong interest in treating a wide variety of conditions and presentations ranging from sporting injuries to neck and back pain and headaches as well as treating patients from all walks of life presenting with both acute or chronic conditions.
Jake is a highly personable and enthusiastic practitioner who prides himself on building strong relationships with patients and watching them get back to doing what they love. Jake uses a direct and holistic hands on approach and uses a wide range of techniques and management strategies to achieve the best results for each individual patient. Jake has completed further training in myofascial dry needling, taping and exercise rehabilitation and regularly incorporates these modalities into his treatment.
Outside of osteopathy, Jake enjoys watching and playing a wide range of sports, keeping active and socializing and going out with friends and family.
Jake is available,
Tuesday: 3.00pm – 7.00pm
Wednesday: 3.00pm – 7.00pm
Friday: 2.30pm – 5.30pm
Saturday: 8.30am – 12.30pm
Tram Tran Camberwell Osteopath
Tram Tran Osteopath is an enthusiastic and conscientious Osteopath who graduated from RMIT University with a double bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences and Applied Sciences in Osteopathy.
From a young age, Tram has always had a keen interest in anatomy and the human body.
Whilst at university, Tram discovered her passion for educating others working as a group workshop facilitator for neuroscience. As such, she ensures to thoroughly educate every patient regarding their diagnosis, treatment and management options. Tram aims to have patients feel empowered to eventually self-manage and take back control of their injury or pain. She firmly believes in working collaboratively with her patients to create achievable goals in order to return them back to their life as soon as possible!
Tram works to investigate beyond the symptoms in order to discover the underlying cause.
Tram has a background in exercise rehabilitation and commonly works with weekend warriors to athletes.
She enjoys the challenge of treating complex cases and chronic pain. She commonly treat back pain, neck pain and repetitive strain injuries (RSI) and sporting injuries.
Tram offers Dry Needling, exercise prescription and lifestyle advice.
Outside of the treatment room, Tram can be found training at the local Muay Thai gym or wandering through the Royal Botanical Gardens. She is a proud Melburnian who loves to visit new cafes, bars, art galleries and anything hidden down a cobblestone laneway. So, if you have any recommendations, please share them with Tram!
Tram is available Thursday.
Treatment Style: Gentle, Medium, Firm
Christina Tziros Camberwell Osteopath
Christina Tziros Osteopath holds a Bachelor of Health Science and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy) from RMIT University. Her interest in Osteopathy began in her late teens having suffered from back and neck pain herself. Always having a keen interest in the human body she received osteopathic treatments that allowed her to understand and manage her pain. It was through her experience and interest in the anatomy and function of the human body that led her to the field of osteopathy.
She enjoys working with patients of all ages and treating a range of acute and chronic conditions. Christina has a special interest in back and neck pain, postural strains, headaches and migraines.
Christina’s professionalism and friendly nature enables her treat each individual in a unique manner, ensuring the best results for all her patients. She uses an array of hands on techniques and management strategies tailored to individuals’ needs. She has completed additional courses in myofascial dry needling, cupping and taping and frequently incorporates those skills within her treatment.
She takes great pride in seeing the positive effect osteopathy has on improving the health and wellbeing of her patients. Christina is fully registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of Osteopathy Australia.
Christina is fluent in Greek.
Christina is available at the following times:
Tuesday 8:00am – 2:00pm
Wednesday 2:30pm – 7:00pm
Friday 10:00am – 4:30pm
Anne-Marie Noble Osteopath Camberwell
Anne-Marie Noble Osteopath brings over 13 years’ experience as an osteopath and several more in remedial massage therapy, together with a degree in Natural Medicine, Anne-Marie delivers a holistic approach to her patients’ healthcare. Her focus is not just on single conditions but on postural, lifestyle and dietary factors which can be changed in order to facilitate a better way of life.
Having an avid interest in exercise rehabilitation, Anne-Marie works with each patient to improve each condition and to prevent future recurrences.
Benefit from Anne-Marie’s 13 years of clinical practice to find relief from your pain and improve your long-term health and function.
Anne-Marie’s 8 years of experience as a massage therapist prior to commencing as an Osteopath means her treatments are positively hands-on.
Anne-Marie is available at the following times:
Tuesday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Friday: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Jack Feehan Osteopath Camberwell
After a change in career from the performing arts, Jack completed his Bachelor of Clinical Sciences and Master of Health Science (Osteopathy) at Victoria University. Afterwards he was lucky enough to gain a prestigious research scholarship at Melbourne University where he is investigating potential new treatments for osteoporosis and other degenerative musculoskeletal diseases.
Jack enjoys treating patients from all walks of life – from expectant mothers, to athletes, to the elderly and believes Osteopathy can play a key role in maintenance of an active, healthy life. Jack has done additional training in Dry Needling, and both sports and kinesiotape, all of which he uses extensively in practice.
Jack has a keen interest in the management of chronic complaints, as well as a long history of working with athletes and dancers and enjoys the challenge and reward of working to tailor individual approaches to ensure the best outcomes for his patients.
Jack is available at the following times:
Tuesday 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Saturday 8:00am – 12:00pm
Jacqui Towns Camberwell Osteopath
After graduating as an Osteopath in 1998, Jacqui Towns Osteopath has extensive clinical experience in a variety of settings. After many years in private practice she undertook further study completing a Master of Public Health. The completion of this degree has led to career development in private health and workers compensation insurance in both management and advisory roles. Jacqui has special interests in the treatment of dance and occupational injuries.
She enjoys treating people from all walks of life with a variety of hands on treatment techniques.
Jacqui is a qualified dance instructor and has been fortunate to provided treatment and advice for professional dancers in both Australia and America.
As mother of two energetic children, she understands sports injuries and development conditions but Jacqui also has extensive experience managing complex pain and postural issues.
Camberwell Osteopathy is excited to have Jacqui’s experience and skills in our team.
Jack is available at the following times:
Thursday 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Saturday 8:00am – 12:00pm
Raya Anin Camberwell Osteopath
Raya Anin Osteopath completed a Masters of Osteopathy at RMIT University in 2006. Since then, she has worked in private practice, having spent some time in Bendigo, and also running her own clinic in Melbourne. She enjoys working with people of all ages, from babies through all stages of life and loves being able to guide and educate people through to health.
Raya looks at the body as a whole unit, taking into consideration your daily activities and postures as well as the immediate symptoms to assess and treat a complaint. She has a very hands-on approach to treatment using a variety of techniques such as massage, manipulation, indirect techniques and dry needling to get the best results. As such, she is comfortable in assessing all areas of pain including back pain, neck pain, shoulder and elbow pain, knee and foot pain. She is also an experienced cranial osteopath. Either treating a patient with only cranial techniques, or incorporating some of these techniques into a stronger, more direct treatment.
Having also completed a degree in Human Movement prior to studying Osteopathy, she has a greater understanding in pain arising from sport and biomechanical imbalances in activity and is comfortable in prescribing exercise programs to activate and strengthen your body.
Aside from private practice, Raya enjoys working as a clinical supervisor for the Victoria University Osteopathy program and, having recently completed her studies, is embarking on a new venture as an Animal Osteopath.
You can book to see Raya at the following times:
Camberwell Osteopathic Clinic on Wednesday 8.00am – 3.00pm.
South Yarra Osteopathic Clinic on Thursday 10.00am – 8.00pm.