A big thank you to all the traders, the local community and of course our wonderful patients for being so welcoming to the Your Body Osteopathy team in our new Macleod premises. Our first newsletter for the year is packed with research, useful information, and a great special offer just for you!
While Covid-19 has introduced us to this new platform called Telehealth it has enabled us to expand this service to suit many other circumstances. Some of our clients travel long distances to attend a face to face appointment. Telehealth could minimise travel for these clients and many more. Others… Read More
common mistakes

It started with ‘working from home’, now we are doing that and so much more: Working, studying, shopping and reading all on computers or devices.  The reading the paper, paper books or magazines and catalogues are not as easily accessible with staying home so we’ve moved a lot of it online.

breast feeding baby

Babies need lots of time at the breast to establish breastfeeding


Learn more about injury prevention




Are you ready for your holiday? Are you prepared for a long trip? I have just completed two long flights to Europe and back. I am painfully aware of the issues that can pop up when flying. Some of my traveling companions included cramping, leg and ankle swelling, headache and sinus problems.

back pain

Any worker may suffer from aches and pains. Work environments, repetitive motions, and postures often lead to injuries. You may be a tradie out on a construction site or a computer worker sitting at a desk. A variety of tasks performed at work can often lead to sore and stiff muscles and joints.

Sports Injury

Many people think that Osteopathy is all about treating back pain; however, Osteopaths are also able to help treat and manage a wide variety of sporting injuries. They can treat anyone from the weekend warrior to elite athletes, young growing children to the active elderly.

Trendelenberg sign

Let me ask you a question; what do low back, hip and knee pain all have in common? Well, if you ask me, they can all be a pain in the butt….literally.