Dr. Benjamin Glynn
Benjamin is a registered Osteopath who graduated from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Clinical Sciences and a Masters in Osteopathy during which his thesis investigated the neurological effects of spinal muscle energy techniques.
Benjamin has a keen interest in the management of sports people and those in the workforce, treating biomechanical and posture related problems, headaches and sporting and workplace injuries. He is passionate in his quest to help people return to sport and work safely and swiftly, and understands that effective rehabilitation and education is the key to future injury prevention.
Benjamin’s interest in rehabilitation from sporting complaints stems from a strong sporting background. Once an athlete himself, Benjamin understands the high demands placed on an athlete’s body. With a passion for all types of health and fitness, Benjamin continues to challenge himself with new sports and training styles (and most importantly will always practice what he preaches when it comes to sports injuries along the way!) and will gladly share his knowledge and experience to help motivate, inspire and manage all of his clients!
Dr. Nigel Lucchinelli
Nigel is a fully qualified, registered Osteopath and member of Osteopathy Australia (OA). Nigel completed his five year Osteopathic Program at RMIT University after having completed a three year Bachelor of Applied Science (Health Promotion) at Deakin University.
Having practiced for 10 years, Nigel is competent in treating a wide range of conditions using direct and indirect techniques. He is particularly interested in the fields of posture analysis and excessive loading. Also core strength, stability and injury rehabilitation in sports, the workplace and at home. In addition, he has developed a skill set in delivering osteopathic treatment to women during and post pregnancy.
In his holistic approach, Nigel regularly prescribes exercises and advises upon lifestyle and maintenance care for the body and mind. He has also a keen interest in the treatment of issues relating to triathlon and cycling biomechanics.
Prior to becoming an Osteopath, Nigel worked for ten years as a personal and group fitness trainer, focusing on strength and stability, as well as injury rehabilitation. Throughout this time Nigel has also been involved in Corporate Health Management within two leading Corporate Health Management organisations. He has spent the last 12 months treating a wide variety of patients whilst living in Darwin, NT.
Catherine is qualified in remedial, sports, relaxation and deep tissue massage. She is also skilled in Manual Lymphatic Drainage, a type of massage which can be very helpful for women recovering from surgery for breast cancer. Her interests include not only sports and relaxation massage, but also supportive treatment for systemic conditions including chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and cancer.
Catherine joined the team at Mosaic Health in September 2011 as a remedial massage therapist after completing a diploma of remedial massage therapy at Endeavour College of Natural Health.
Catherine’s experience as a massage therapist has included treating patients recovering from spinal injury at the Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre, corporate massage, relaxation and pregnancy massage, deep tissue massage and remedial massage. Catherine has also participated in charity fund-raising events for Breast Cancer Australia and Cerebral Palsy Australia.
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