Kevin Tee B.App.Sc./B.H.Sc. (Osteopathy)
Kevin was attracted to osteopathy because he believes that everyone has the right to engage in and enjoy movement while free from pain and restriction.
After completing a bachelor in science (physiology) at Monash in 2012, Kevin moved into osteopathy and graduated from RMIT with a Bachelor of Health science and Bachelor of applied science (osteopathy).
Kevin also competed at a national level in swimming and has competed at both amateur and professional level at various martial arts. Due to this he understands the impact and stress that sports can have on the body’s performance as well as how to manage it. He has also spent an extensive time treating and managing martial artists and combat sport athletes.
Kevin enjoys treating athletes and people of all ages and walks of life, for conditions such as headaches, sports injuries, lower back and spinal pain, musculoskeletal strains, and postural concerns, amongst others.
Kevin’s osteopathic approach includes the use of both firm (direct) and gentle (indirect techniques), dry needling when appropriate, and prescription of corrective exercises.
Outside of work, Kevin enjoys practicing martial arts and finding good places to eat. He is married and is expecting his first child in April.
Kevin is available Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Growing Bones, and offers after-hours appointments. Online Bookings are Here.