Meet Our Team
George’s passion for using a variety of modalities to treat patient’s musculoskeletal issues has driven the success of the Centre. George is also qualified in Acupuncture, Hyperbaric Medicine and Clinical Pilates. An avid rock climber and windsurfer as well as a father of four, George understands the impact of musculoskeletal issues not only on a patient’s wellbeing but also on their lifestyle.
Passionate about his industry and with a voracious appetite for knowledge George is also completing a range of qualifications with the Australasian College of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine and MINDD foundation.
With a further qualifications in Acupuncture, Hyperbaric Medicine and Clinical Pilates, James has significant academic knowledge coupled with over 15 years of clinical experience.
James is focused on providing his patients a clear understanding of their treatment plan.
Sophie is passionate about treating people of all ages, tailoring each treatment individually to help patients achieve their goals. Sophie uses a wide range of techniques, exercise and lifestyle advice to help her patients’ back to health. She has a special interest in sports injuries, particularly dance.
Outside of the clinic Sophie enjoys being outdoors and grabbing a coffee with family and friends. She loves staying active and healthy, participating in various forms of dance and fitness classes.
Sophie is committed to continuing her professional development as an Osteopath within the health and fitness industry.
She has been dancing since a young age, performing at numerous events, as well as, teaching dance herself. This fuelled her fascination about the human body and the holistic approach of Osteopathy. Amanda has completed a 4 week placement in Mumbai, India working alongside orthopaedic surgeons, physiotherapists and radiologists. She observed surgeries, took consultations and aided the rehab of patients.
This rare opportunity helped gain invaluable knowledge that she integrates into her osteopathic practice. Amanda thrives on working with patients to individualise their care, achieve goals and motivate them to take part in their health and wellbeing. Amanda is fun, friendly and enjoys an active lifestyle. If she isn’t in the clinic, she is probably at the family farm, camping, walking or taking photos of anything nature.
Being a hockey and tennis player herself, she is no stranger to injuries and understands the dedication and persistence it requires to become pain free.
Her passion for sports injuries, movement and rehabilitation mean she has a large focus on patient education, injury prevention and biomechanics of the body. Taylor applies a variety of techniques in her treatment and can tailor treatment and management plans to assist patients with reaching their goals and improving the quality of life.
Outside the clinic, Taylor enjoys keeping fit, hiking, attending sporting events and travelling.