Osteopaths are nationally recognised health practitioners that primarily work with the musculoskeletal system. This includes muscles, joints, nerves, bones, circulation and connective tissue.

We see people of all ages, abilitiesoccupations and hobbies.

There is no need for a referral.


Most commonly, people visit osteopaths when they are experiencing pain in some region of their body. This is often as as a result of a joint or muscle issue. However, there are many musculoskeletal conditions or associated symptoms that osteopaths aim to help with, which include:





Disc & joint injuries

Jaw pain


Frozen shoulder

Rotator cuff tears & tendinopathy

Shoulder impingement

AC joint sprains

Shoulder instability

Thoracic outlet syndrome

Elbow, wrist & hand

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Other forms of neural compression

De Quervains tenosynovitis

Tennis & golfers elbow

Repetitive strain injuries

Low & mid back & ribs

Postural strains

Rib sprain

Disc & joint injuries



Central canal stenosis

Hips & pelvis

Piriformis syndrome

Gluteal tendinopathy

Hip bursitis

Hip impingement

Adductor tendinopathy

Hip dysplasia

Legs, ankles & feet

Hamstring tendinopathy

ITB syndrome

Runners knee

Patellar tendinopathy

Meniscal injuries

ACL, PCL, MCL, etc injuries

Achilles tendinopathy

Plantar fasciitis


Non-specific location



Chronic fatigue

Postural issues


Pregnancy-related pain

Sports injuries



Tightness, stiffness

Shooting, radiating pain

Numbness, tingling

Burning, pinching, throbbing

Acute, chronic pain

A black clock to highlight the length of our osteopathic consults.

We spend ample time to understand your injuries, your health and your needs.

Initial consultations: 40 minutes

Standard consultations: 30 minutes

Urgent consultation: 15 minutes

Consults with osteopaths at Prom Country Osteo involve a 4-step process. This is followed by a range of potential treatment & management options.

4-step process: 1. Full Medical History, 2. Comprehensive Physical Examinaton, 3. Information about your Diagnosis, 4. Various Treatment & Management Options

3. Information about your diagnosis

2. Comprehensive physical examination

1. Full medical history