Megan is a vibrant, caring and dedicated Osteopath who has a passion for overall health and wellbeing.
From her studies and experience, Megan has the ability to dive deep and find the root cause of your pain. She is exceptional at treating holistically and formulating individual treatment plans to suit each unique patient.
Megan has completed further studies in paediatric care and works particularly with our littler & youngest patients and their families. This has allowed Megan to be particularly versed in infant and child musculoskeletal conditions and their management. In particular, Megan loves helping families with feeding difficulties and has gained further qualifications in Orofacial Myology. This knowledge has been able to help babies, kids and teens with conditions relating to tongue movement, mouth breathing, feeding difficulties, sleep difficulties, bed wetting, TMJ dysfunction, snoring, and jaw/facial development.
Megan has also completed further studies in the care of pregnancy and is especially passionate about helping women feel their best while growing their beautiful babies as well as after the birth. In particular helping women with neck and back pain, thumb/wrist pain, headaches, and breastfeeding conditions. She is able to use education, therapeutic ultrasound therapy and hands-on treatment to help mums with mastitis, blocked ducts and engorgement.
Although Megan is well educated and skilled in pregnancy and paediatrics, she still loves treating people of all ages and backgrounds. When treating adults, Megan loves using many different treatment techniques to relieve a wide range of conditions including headaches, neck pain, back pain, jaw pain, rib cage dysfunction, upper and lower limb conditions, and pelvic pain.
Megan has had a passion for health and fitness since childhood, playing multiple sports from a young age including hockey, waterpolo, and calisthenics. Her background in sport allows her to combine her manual therapy skills with rehabilitation exercises and advice to continue your overall health long term.