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Elizabeth Dwyer

Elizabeth Dwyer

Registered Osteopath

Qualifications

  • B.Sc.(Clin.Sc.)
  • M.H.Sc.(Osteo)

Elizabeth completed a Bachelor of Clinical Science and Masters of Osteopathy, graduating at Victoria University in 2008. Her Masters project researched the osteopathic assessment of infants.

Elizabeth has worked at multiple osteopathic clinics in Melbourne, regional Victoria and interstate. This has allowed her to have exposure to a wide variety of conditions and injuries from the very young to the elderly.

Elizabeth has a passion for promoting and assisting the body’s own capacity to heal and also prevention of pain and dysfunction in the future. This may involve hands-on osteopathic treatment, education and advice on lifestyle adjustments.

She has a special interest in paediatric osteopathy and has completed further courses in pregnancy and cranial osteopathy.

If you have any questions for Elizabeth, please call us on 03 9687 3040, or make an appointment using our secure online booking tool.

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