Let us give you a helping hand when you need it most.

We spend the time to truly understand what you are going through.

We strive to provide as much pain-relief as possible.

We try to give you the tools to help prevent injury & get back on track.

We want to get results, so that you can keep doing what you love.

Laura Malady - osteopath

Laura Malady (osteopath) running the Surf Coast Century at Anglesea.

One of Laura’s great passions is the joy she experiences whilst trail running. Initially, her goal was to run continuously for 20 minutes. This then grew to 5km, then to 10kms and so on. Completing a 50-kilometre ultra-run in 2017 was symbolic for Laura. She understands that positive steps towards change can be made, how to go about it and how to help her patients do the same.

Laura also enjoys spending her time swimming, cycling, hiking & participating in triathlons. She starts most mornings with a daily yoga practice and meditation. This habit has developed over the past 2 years whilst undertaking further studies to become a yoga teacher. From participating in this wide range of activities, Laura has developed a comprehensive understanding of human movement and ways to focus the mind. As a result, Laura is a resilient, positive practitioner who is always present & eager to help.

Xavier Grech - osteopath

Xavier Grech - osteopath

Xavier Grech (osteopath) exploring the country Laos.

Xavier Grech - osteopath

Each summer holiday whilst growing up, Xavier helped make pool tables for his family company. All of the time spent using his hands has helped him develop some finesse with his hands-on skills as an osteopath. Xavier achieved a high-distinction grade average through his 5-year osteopathy degree and was awarded dux in the final two years.

Xavier keeps very active. He’s been involved in rock climbing, body-weight & weights-training, jiu jitsu, basketball, football, sprinting, trail running & worked as a pilates instructor. Xavier has also previously completed a Bachelor of Psychology. This experience has given Xavier a very inclusive understanding of the way people move, behave and function.

Amy Ryan - osteopath

Amy Ryan Osteopath Foster Turra Bulga

Born and bred as a local Fish Creek kid, Amy is moving back down to the place she loves most. Having a strong love for the Prom’s coastline and the local community spirit, Amy may be a familiar face to some!

 

After a tough final semester in 2020, Amy has graduated her 4.5 osteopathy degree with extensive clinical experiences such as in treating indigenous communities, managing acute sporting injuries as a football sports trainer and undertaking placement in Milan, Italy. This experience has given Amy the skills in treating a range of different patient complaints.

 

Amy is a keen learner and is motivated to continue to grow as an Osteopath. Amy is currently undertaking further studies in dry needling and paediatrics to further expand her toolbox to help patients to get back to achieving their goals.

Kylie Sergentanis- osteopath

Prior to studying Osteopathy, Kylie completed a degree in Exercise and Sport Science and has many years experience as a personal trainer, gym instructor, hydrotherapist & clinical pilates instructor.

Kylie has also done further study in Biodynamic technique, which works with the body’s own therapeutic and homeostatic forces.  She has found that integrating Biodynamic techniques promotes a calm and relaxing treatment. After going through pregnancy herself, Kylie has developed a keen interest in women's health.

Kylie's studies and travels have taken her far and wide, including time living and working in Greece. Nevertheless, she is a Gippsland girl at heart and could not be happier to have returned home to her roots.  Kylie loves living near the beach and providing her daughter with a happy, healthy outdoor lifestyle.

Michelle Dimech - receptionist

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Michelle is Xavier's sister. She handles phone calls and enquiries, working as an off-site receptionist & clerical aid. Michelle’s skills have been developed from years spent managing numerous small businesses.

Over the past four years Michelle has taken on her most challenging role yet, as a mother. With her husband Adam, they are raising a bright and fun-loving daughter, named Ellie. Michelle enjoys sharing her passion for gardening, cooking and reading with Ellie. She recognises the importance of saving some time for herself, including taking time out for a regular yoga and pilate’s practice.

Michelle’s contribution allows our osteopaths to spend more time helping patients & working on their osteopathic skills. We greatly appreciate her contribution to our practice.

We have helped people of all ages and all walks of life.

Irrespective of who you are, we endeavour to provide genuine, professional care to the best of our abilities.

CONTACT US

41 MAIN ST, FOSTER

60 HOBSONS RD, FOSTER

SANDY POINT COMM. CENTRE

 

0458 653 277

hello@promcountryosteo.com.au

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Laura Malady (osteopath) running the Surf Coast Century at Anglesea.