Sarah is a passionate and motivated osteopath who combines a holistic and evidence informed approach to help patients return to optimum function. She utilises hands-on techniques such as soft tissue massage, myofascial release, joint mobilisation & articulation, joint manipulation, muscle energy technique, and dry needling.
Sarah has a background in high level soccer which led to a personal interest in treating sporting injuries and subsequently completing further studies in this area. She is currently completing a Masters of High Performance Sport with a focus on injury prevention and return to sport rehabilitation.
Conservative management of scoliosis is also an area of interest for Sarah. She has completed training in the Schroth Method through Schroth Best Practice. She also has experience in treating neck pain & headaches, jaw pain, lower back pain & sciatica, postural complaints, and pregnancy related pain.
Sarah has spent time abroad as a supervising osteopath, treating patients in India in both private and public hospitals. There she was exposed to many different conditions and injuries, and worked in a collaborative team composed of surgeons, physiotherapists and other specialists. Sarah is also an ASCA level 1 strength and conditioning coach and has spent time at Victoria University as sessional staff, teaching osteopathic students.
Sarah works from our Mordialloc clinic on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.