Osteopathy strives for ongoing whole body health through techniques including stretching, massage, mobilisation, and safe joint manipulation. Osteopaths use their expert knowledge of muscles and bones to reduce pain and restore movement in problem areas as well as compensatory areas so you feel good all over!
At Back In Health, we combine Osteopathy, Dry Needling, Cupping, Pilates and more into our treatments to provide every patient with an effective tailored solution that suits their body, lifestyle and needs. Learn more about our approach to addressing problems in the following areas:
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DR JON MARSHALL
Beyond 5-star reviews and positive word-of-mouth, Dr Jon Marshall is highly qualified with over 10 years of high level International experience:
- Bachelor of Applied Science (Complementary Medicine)
- Masters of Osteopathy
- Masters of Applied Science (Acupuncture)
- Clinical Pilates (DMA)
- Certificate IV in Pilates
- Certified Personal Trainer (American Council of Exercise)
- Sports Performance Specialist (American Council of Exercise)
- Functional Training Specialist (American Council of Exercise)
- Australian Olympic Taekwondo Team Osteopath (Olympic Qualification Tournaments 2011, Azerberjian & New Caledonia; World Junior Championships, Egypt 2012; Olympic Qualification Tournament 2016, Turkey)
- RMIT University Lecturer (Chinese Medicine), Melbourne Australia
- RMIT University Lecturer (Osteopathy), Melbourne Australia
- International College of Osteopathy Lecturer (Osteopathy), Tokyo Japan
- Founder and Clinic Director of Back In Health Osteopathy Australia
- Founder, Course Director and Tutor of Manual Medicine Australasia
- Integrated Diploma of Contemporary Pilates (Current)
- Level 1 Australian Strength and Conditioning Coach (Current)
- Functional Manual Medicine, Michigan State University, USA (Current)
Your Frequently Asked Osteopathy Questions Answered
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I'm feeling discomfort after my Osteopathic treatment. What should I do?