CSSM is now offering video and phone consultations
During the COVID-19 restrictions Caroline remains available for:
Appointments can be made Online or by calling the clinic on 03 9889 1078
Being an osteopath combines Caroline’s love of health and helping people.
“Osteopathy was a way in which I could combine my desire to help people and study human anatomy, physiology, pathology and biomechanics. I was especially drawn to osteopathy given the widespread application of treatments for all age groups and focusing on finding the root cause of someone’s pain rather than just treating the symptomatic area.”
Caroline particularly enjoys treating headaches and neck pain. “There are so many factors that contribute to headaches which makes the process of diagnosing, treating and managing them quite a challenge. Utilising a wide range of techniques such as soft tissue massage, joint articulation and joint manipulation, it’s always rewarding to see a change in these headaches knowing that you have made a difference to someone’s everyday life.”
Lower back and pelvic pain for patients going through pregnancy, in desk workers and trades people are also areas of interest. “In the future I would like to expand further development into complex pain conditions to better understand those living with chronic health conditions and the way it impacts musculoskeletal pain.”
Caroline also appreciates the influence of other lifestyle and environmental factors that can contribute to pain or discomfort. She utilises a team approach working alongside her patients to establish short and long-term goals both in and out of the treatment room.
The variation in presenting injuries from acute to chronic, from athletes to desk workers, means that no two days as a practitioner are the same.
On her days off, Caroline enjoys going for day hikes (a favourite being the You Yangs), playing mixed netball, cooking and spending time with friends and family.
Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science), Victoria University
Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy), Victoria University
I was especially drawn to osteopathy to find the root cause of someone’s pain rather than just treating the symptoms.
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