Quay Health is located at level 6, 10 Bridge St in the Sydney CBD (in between George St, and Pitt St).
OSTEOPATH – B.APP.SCI (OSTEO), M.OSTEO, B.SCI (ANATOMY), DIP. HEALTH SCI (MASSAGE THERAPY)
SENIOR OSTEOPATH, QUAY HEALTH SYDNEY
Having a strong interest in how our bodies work, Dr Marcus Ng began his tertiary education at University of NSW majoring in Anatomy. Thereafter, feeling a need to apply his extensive knowledge into a practice he completed a Diploma of Health Science (Massage Therapy) at Loftus TAFE before finally finding his way into Osteopathy.
Completing the Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathic Studies) and Master of Osteopathy from the University of Western Sydney (UWS) in 2008, Marcus brings a wealth of knowledge into the clinic setting.
Having previously worked along side GP’s at medical centres and private osteopathic practice’s before joining the team at Quay Health, Marcus has developed a keen interest in treating acute and chronic mechanical neck pain, repetitive strain injuries of the upper extremity and headache/migraine presentations. His practice is firmly based on the principle of structure and function, using a variety of direct and indirect techniques for the best possible outcome.
As an avid basketball player & NBA fan, Marcus also shows keen interests in all types of sporting injuries. Marcus can provide you with the best prevention tips and rehabilitation techniques that will allow you to get the most of out of your sporting performance, whether you are a weekend warrior or professional athlete.
With his extensive studies and a keen interest in sporting injuries, neck and back pain, Marcus is a registered practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and Osteopathy Australia (OA).
An interview between Marcus and clinic owner Dr David Aboud
In this short video, Quay Health clinic owner Physiotherapist and Osteopath Dr David Aboud interviews Quay Health Osteopath Dr Marcus Ng.
When to visit Marcus
As an Osteopath, most people visit when they are experiencing pain in the muscles or joints, or nerve pain. The pain may be a result of an acute injury, or it may be pain that has been around for months or years- what many call ‘chronic pain’ or ‘chronic intermittent pain’ if it is pain that comes and goes.
An incomplete list of what many people have visited Marcus for over the past decade includes:
- Sports injuries
- Neck, back, and joint pain, including disc injuries
- Postural back pain
- Muscle strains and spasms
- Nerve entrapments such as carpal tunnel and sciatica, and
- Headaches, migraine and jaw pain
If you are experiencing an ache or pain and are not sure if Marcus can help, feel free to give us a call and request a ‘call back’ from Marcus. He can have a brief chat with you about your concerns, and advise if his approach is most suitable.
How to make an appointment
To make an appointment with Marcus at our Bridge Street clinic (between George Street and Pitt Street) call clinic reception on 9252 2825. We’ll typically answer the phone between (7am and 6pm, Monday to Friday. If we don’t catch your call, please do leave a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. Alternately, you can book online at anytime (select ‘Osteopathy’ as the service, then select Dr Marcus Ng).
What to expect at your first appointment
Your first appointment with Marcus will be about 30 minutes long. During this time he will discuss with you your medical history in relation to the reason for your visit, as well as other relevant information such as daily routines like office work or sports, which may be contributing factors.
Marcus will then carry out a number of movement based tests. These tests may include orthopaedic testing, a spinal examination, postural assessment, muscle testing, and neurological testing.
To carry out these tests it is often necessary for you to remove your outer layers of clothing, depending on which body part/s require assessment. You will never have to remove your underwear, and gowns and towelling are always available to cover areas that are not being assessed.
You will usually receive treatment on your first visit with Marcus unless it’s un-safe to do so.
Return and ongoing visits are usually 20-30 minutes long and offer treatment & periodic comparative assessments to work towards your goals.
Appointment times and fees
Marcus is typically available for appointments at our Bridge St clinic Monday to Friday.
- Monday / Thursday: 7am to 12:30pm
- Tuesday/ Wednesday / Friday: 12:30pm to 6:00pm
Bookings are essential.
Your first appointment with Marcus is $160 (allow 30 mins)
Follow-up appointments with Marcus are $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 HICPAS for those with cover for Physiotherapy or Osteopathy.
How to make an appointment with Dr Marcus Ng
To make an appointment please call our Bridge Street clinic reception on 9252 2825 (7am – 6pm, Monday to Friday) or alternately, you can book online (select ‘Osteopathy’ as the service, then select Dr Marcus Ng).