Samuel Thompson B.App.Sc./B.H.Sc. (Osteopathy)
Sam Thompson attended RMIT University and graduated with the Class of 2015. The degrees he holds are:
• Bachelor of Health Science,
• Bachelor of Applied Science (Complementary Medicine)
• and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy).
Sam has played sport at a local, state and national level. This has lead to a keen interest in sporting injuries and athlete rehabilitation; helping athletes both recover from injury and prevent future injuries from occurring. Sam is not just limited to treating athletes however and enjoys treating patients of all ages (excluding infants) for all kinds of musculoskeletal conditions.
Sam uses a range of osteopathic techniques to treat a wide range of conditions (both sporting and non sporting) such as back pain, neck pain, headaches, strains, tennis elbow etc. He treats both structurally and indirectly to provide effective pain relief and support the body’s optimal structure.
Sam is available Monday and Friday at Growing Bones, including after-hours appointments. Online bookings are here.