Dr Deepak S Yagnik
Deepak has been in practice for 30 years, having graduated from the prestigious British School of Osteopathy in London. He has taught internationally and took over The Osteopathic Centre in 1999 when he arrived in Australia. His work has featured in The Sydney Morning Herald, Woman's Weekly and on SBS Radio. Deepak has a strong belief in educating and empowering his clients to a rapid recovery , providing cutting-edge Osteopathy adapted to the modern world.
Dr Weoi Low
Weoi is committed to enhancing the well-being and health of all his patients by providing osteopathic treatments for effective relief of musculoskeletal pain and improvement in quality of life. Osteopathy goes beyond symptom-masking to address the root cause(s) of pain. He believes that for injury recovery and pain relief to be truly effective, advice and treatment have to be customised to individual needs. Weoi aims to provide the best that manual therapy can offer to assess and treat your pain in context of your whole body structure, balancing and easing tension in the soft tissues to allow better spinal and joint alignment. In regards to preventive and long-term care, patient education is the top most priority to help you understand how you can effectively manage your pain to minimise on recurrences.
Dr Wei "David" Tai
David started his career in manual therapies training as a Physiotherapist in Taiwan. Upon his arrival to Australia he studied further to gain a Masters degree in Osteopathy. His approach combines the philosophies and teachings of both disciplines giving him a unique, comprehensive approach to problems of the musculo-skeletal system. David utilises a wide variety of techniques to reach his goal of optimising function of the body and restoring health. Using a range of soft tissue techniques, dry needling, joint mobilisation, spinal adjustment techniques and physiotherapy skills form the past, David is passionate about helping people ease their symptoms from neck, back or joint pain faster, while addressing the underlying cause of their pain. David is fluent in Taiwanese and Mandarin.
Remedial Massage Therapist
Sonia is a former athlete turned personal trainer and remedial massage therapist. She has always been interested in body motion and anything that could restrict or compromise movement. Her goal as a remedial massage therapist is to provide therapeutic massages, to promote relaxation, improve circulation, stress relief and muscle tension release to improve mobility. She specialises in musculoskeletal injuries and loves a challenge! Her in-depth knowledge of anatomy, physiology and functional biomechanics has allowed her to work with multidisciplinary health professionals. Sonia brings over 7 years experience in fitness rehab, nutrition along with her remedial massage therapy service.
Acupuncture & TCM
Yu Lin (Patrick) Cheng
Acupuncturist & TCM Practitioner
Patrick completed a Bachelor’s degree from the Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2013 and has previously completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2011. Patrick is also involved with the well being program as the Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine Practitioner on site at the Optus campus in Sydney, he utilizes TCM methods in his treatments such as acupuncture, Ba-Guan (vacuum cupping), Tuine (Chinese massage) and Gua-Sha (skin scraping) to enhance the treatments effectiveness. He is also a qualified Chinese Herbal Medicine prescriber and dispenser. Patrick is registered with the Chinese Medicine Board in AHPRA (CMR0001818167) as well as being an accredited member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS #27483) he is eligible for rebate claims on most private health insurance funds.