Osteopathy Montmorency

Osteopathy, established in 1892, is a non-invasive, drug-free and holistic method. Osteopathy’s holistic approach to treatment makes it a unique method for diagnosing the problem and providing treatment through massage, stretching and manipulation (MET) as well as exercise prescription. Our Osteopaths near Montmorency take pride in restoring the body to its optimal function. 

Osteopathic treatment has many benefits, including reduced pain and muscle tension, improved mobility, improved circulation, patient education, and better quality of life. 

With a holistic approach to your health, our Osteopaths near Montmorency can improve your pain, function, and guide you in preventing further illness and injuries. 

What To Expect During An Osteo Consultation

An osteopathy appointment usually lasts around 45 minutes to an hour. Our Osteopaths will listen carefully to your history, evaluate your body function, review scan results, then give you a management plan and treatment that will help you achieve your desired outcome. This patient-centred approach is based on a personalised and evidence-based treatment that will help you feel and move better faster.  

A consultation will generally include; 

Osteopath Consultation Templestowe

What do our Osteopaths treat?

Our Osteopaths can help patients in Montmorency with diagnosis, treatment and assessment of a variety of conditions such as; 

What techniques do Osteopaths use?

We welcome private health insurance, Medicare, Workcover and TAC patients.

Osteopathy Templestowe

What are the Key Benefits from Osteopathy?

  1. Osteopathy can help to improve your overall health and wellbeing.
  1. Osteopathy can be used to alleviate pain and discomfort caused by a wide range of conditions such as back pain, neck and joint pain, arthritis, and headaches.
  1. Osteopathy can also help to improve your flexibility and mobility, as well as aiding in the rehabilitation following an injury.
  1. Osteopathy can be used for any age, including babies and the elderly.
  1. Osteopaths are skilled and trained professionals who use a variety techniques to treat their patients. Each treatment is customised to the individual patient, ensuring the best possible care.

Local Osteopaths Templestowe

Our Osteopaths Can Help You

Excel Body & Health provide osteopathic care to patients across the Northern suburbs of Melbourne from our local clinic in Rosanna. 

We welcome patients from Montmorency and aim to provide you with the best possible treatment and care. 

We also provide physiotherapy, podiatry, pilates, shockwave therapy & dry needling services. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Osteopathy is a form of manual medicine that can treat a range of disorders, including but not limited to: joint pain, neck pain, low back pain, sciatica, headaches, and muscle tension.

Osteopaths use a variety of techniques to assess and treat their patients, including massage, joint mobilization/manipulation, and cranial sacral therapy. Osteopathy is a safe and effective form of treatment for many common disorders and can be used as an alternative or complementary treatment to other forms of medicine.

An osteopath is a healthcare professional who uses manual techniques to diagnose, treat and prevent illness or injury. Osteopathy is based on the principle that the body has the ability to heal itself and that treatment should focus on restoring the normal function and stability of the joints to help the body heal it.

Osteopaths use a range of manual techniques including massage, stretching and joint manipulation to relieve pain, improve mobility and promote healing. Osteopathy can be used to treat a wide range of conditions such as back pain, neck pain, muscle pain, joint pain and headaches. It can also be used to help people recover from sports injuries, childbirth and other medical procedures.

The main difference between chiropractors and osteopaths is that chiropractors focus exclusively on the spine, while osteopaths treat the entire body.

Osteopaths use a combination of manual manipulation, massage, and stretching to relieve pain and tension, improve joint mobility, and encourage the body’s natural healing processes. Chiropractors also use manual manipulation to adjust the spine and relieve pain, but they may also use other treatments such as electrical stimulation or ultrasound therapy.

Both chiropractors and osteopaths can be very effective in treating back pain, neck pain, headaches, and other common musculoskeletal problems.

An osteopath is trained in the use of manual therapy to restore the normal function and stability of the joints. This helps to improve joint mobility, muscle tone, and blood supply. Osteopathy can also help to reduce inflammation and pain.

Osteopathy is a system of medicine that emphasises the body’s ability to heal itself. Osteopaths use a variety of techniques to release tension, improve how your body moves, and help get your body back to its natural state of health.

Most people who see an osteopath for back pain find that they start to feel better within a few weeks. However, some people may need treatment for several months before they start to feel better. Osteopathy can be used on its own or in combination with other treatments, such as medication or physiotherapy.