teamCSSM - Camberwell Sports and Spinal Medicine
As a child, Lachlan was injury prone and saw many osteopaths and physiotherapists which sparked his interest in the industry.
“Osteopathy allows me to share knowledge about the body so people can understand themselves better.”
Lachlan has a particular interest in the neck and back and a growing interest in sport-related injuries. “I have grown up playing and watching sport my whole life. I feel as though I can identify with people who have sports injuries as I have had quite a few myself. Injuries can present significantly different from patient to patient which require lots of problem solving.”
In addition to manual therapy, Lachlan incorporates exercises as well as postural and lifestyle advice into his treatment sessions.
Lachlan has previously worked in London and learnt how osteopathy can be provided in a number of settings including hospitals, private practice, children’s clinics and expectant mothers clinics.
In the future, he would like to specialise in sports injuries and increase awareness and access to health care.
“CSSM is a one-stop musculoskeletal shop for people of all ages, backgrounds and injuries with a personalised and patient-focussed approach.”
Away from the clinic, Lachlan enjoys watching and playing sport, keeping fit and healthy, spending time with family and friends and exploring the world.
Bachelor Of Science (Clinical Science)
Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy)
Sunday – 9:00am to 5:00pm
Monday – 2:30pm to 8:30pm
Tuesday – 2:30 to 8:30pm
Wednesday – 8:00am to 2:30pm
Thursday – 2:30pm to 8:30pm
My philosophy is that everyone is unique – That is why it is important to listen to their story. I treat the individual, not the diagnosis.
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