Looking for an osteopath near Barangaroo? Osteopathy is one of the many services offered at Quay Health. Located on Bridge Street the clinic is a short walk from Wynyard, Circular Quay and Martin Place public transport.
If you are looking for an osteopath available in the centre of Sydney City and near Barangaroo; Quay Health has the practitioners for you. You can easily book an appointment by calling (02) 9252 2825 or click Book Online HERE.
You do not need any sort of referral to see an osteopath.
Meet the entire Barangaroo Team including our Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Podiatrists and Remedial Massage therapists by clicking here.
Bookings are essential to see an Osteopath near Barangaroo. Appointments are typically available between 7am and 6pm Monday to Friday
You can either call (02) 9252 2825 to find an available time or use our book online feature.
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An Initial Consult with an Osteopath’s is $160 (allow 30-45 mins)
A Standard Consultation with an Osteopath is $110 (allow 20-30 mins)
Payment methods available include cash, VISA, MasterCard and AMEX.
Private health fund rebates are available at the time of payment via HICAPS for those with ‘extras’ cover for Osteopathy.
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Osteopathy is a form of therapy where a practitioner called an Osteopath uses manual or hands-on techniques to treat musculoskeletal complaints.
They see the body as a whole, so when you have pain in one region they will focus on that region, surrounding regions and distant regions of the body. They are determined to find the cause to prevent re-injury and not just mask your symptoms.
Common conditions Osteopaths treat include:
Dr Abbey Davidson one of our Barangaroo Osteopath’s has written an entire blog on this common question. Check it out here!
In an initial consult your Osteopath will take a full history of your injury as well any medical history that may be relevant. This will establish when and where the symptoms first started and how they may have changed over time. They may have questions regarding previous the treatments (if any), and the impact your injury may be having on your everyday life.
After gathering history of your injury, your Osteopath will carry out a hands-on examination of the area. They may ask you to change into a gown or sports shorts/singlets which can be provided by the clinic. This may comprise of various tests of joint range of motion, nervous system, strength and joint integrity. Generally, these tests are not painful. If you are in the acute stage of injury, your Osteopath may ask you to demonstrate what positions and movements reproduce or exacerbate your pain.
After identifying the underlying cause/s your Osteopath will set some treatment goals, with the ultimate goal being to restore maximal, pain-free movement to your muscles and joints. Occasionally if your injury requires if you osteopath has the ability to refer you for an x-ray, C-T scan or MRI.
While you should allow up to an hour for your first session, return visits are usually 20-30 minutes long and offer treatment & periodic comparative assessments to work towards your goals.