What is osteopathy?
Osteopaths take a holistic approach to treatment by assessing your direct problem area as well as reviewing your whole body, lifestyle and social factors for better understanding of the cause of pain and identify dysfunction in the body.
Osteopaths diagnose and treat using a variety of manual techniques applied to suit the needs of the individual patient. This includes joint mobilisation, spinal manipulation, stretching, soft tissue massage and trigger point therapy.
Our aim is to assist you to pain free mobility and function to improve your tasks of everyday living.
Osteopaths treat and manage a range of conditions including:
Neck and back pain, Muscular strains, Joint pain, Sciatica, Headaches, Repetitive strain and overuse injuries, Pregnancy-related discomfort, Poor posture, Tendonitis, Sports injuries, Work related injuries
Dr. Sheryl Llanda B.Sc. (Clin.Sc.) M.H.Sc. (Osteo)
Initial consult: $90 (45min) or Standard consult: $75 (30min) OR Initial consult (concession): $75 (45-60min) Standard consult (concession): $60 (30min)
Must show concession card if concession card holder.
Health fund rebates may apply for Osteo treatments - Efptos & Cash faciliites available on site.
Sheryl has now moved to Plumpton only 5 minutes down the road. We highly recommend her for Osteotherapy for new and current clients if you require Osteotherapy.
Visit her website direct to make your booking with her. http://www.onpointosteopathy.com.au
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Dr. Sheryl Llanda graduated from Victoria University with a double degree in Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science) and a Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). Sheryl has 9 years of experience in manual therapy with previous qualifications in Remedial Massage & Myotherapy.
Upon graduating, Sheryl developed her skills working alongside experienced Osteopaths in busy clinics within the Western Suburbs. In the past year Sheryl worked in a hospital in the United Kingdom working closely with Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists with rehabilitation and management of patients post-operatively based in the trauma and orthopaedics department.
Sheryl’s treatment style follows the Osteopathic model by looking at the body as a whole, and determining how stresses and strains may impact on the overall health of an individual. She predominantly uses a structural model for treatment of musculoskeletal conditions to effect change in the body and offers advice on exercise, diet and lifestyle to provide a holistic service for her patients.
Sheryl’s special interests are in low back pain, neck pain & headaches, shoulder pain, post-surgical rehab, and sports injuries