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Dr. Annie Xanthos (Osteopath)

 

Annie is a caring and passionate Osteopath who graduated from RMIT with a Bachelor of Health Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy). With a natural desire to spend time helping others and passion for sport, Annie grew interest in Osteopathy. Playing football for a number of years and overcoming few injuries, she became fascinated about biomechanics and human anatomy.

 

Annie values education, and strives to ensure her patients understand their presentations, equipping them with the tools to overcome their pain, and empowering them to achieve any goal.

 

Annie has 3 years’ experience in the AFLW, currently working with the Western Bulldogs. This has strengthened her knowledge and honed her skills in diagnosing and injury prevention. While she loves treating sporting injuries, she particularly enjoys treating shoulder, upper thoracic and neck conditions.

 

Annie recognises that physical injury can be influenced by a range of factors, including emotional and psychological stress. She aims to make a positive impact on the health and lives of her patients, fostering a compassionate and supportive approach to healthcare. 

  • B.Hlth.Sc./B.App.Sc (Osteopathy)
     

Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy)

RMIT University

Dr. Nicholas Giovas (Osteopath)


Nick is a registered Osteopath who graduated from RMIT University in 2017, with a Bachelor of Health Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy). 

 

Nick’s style of osteopathy pays a particular focus to the nervous system and the changes that occur within that system over time, as well as a strong focus on the uniquely human trait of bipedal walking and running. He believes that a deeper comprehension of these neurological changes, coupled with a keen focus on the nervous system in rehabilitation, results in enhanced patient outcomes.

Striving to maintain a holistic outlook, Nick is determined to discover the root causes of any symptoms that arise. Nick's holistic approach has further evolved, venturing into the world of functional medicine, where he's developed a keen interest in blood chemistry, gut health and health optimisation.

 

Continually learning, Nick is committed to staying abreast with the most recent research to inform his treatment and rehabilitation strategies. His particular interest lies in treating chronic back pain, gait-related dysfunctions, neck and shoulder pain, and, more recently, addressing gut health issues and optimising hormone balance.
 

With a strong emphasis on rehabilitation, Nick encourages his patients to actively participate in their care through prescribed exercises. His goal is to initiate long-term physiological changes and prevent recurrent injuries, thus crafting sustainable wellness and optimal health.
 

  • B.Hlth.Sc./B.App.Sc (Osteopathy)
     

Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy)

RMIT University

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