Looking for an Osteopath near Barangaroo?
- For those in need of an Osteopath near Barangaroo, Quay Health has a team located on Bridge St (between George St and Pitt St)- a short stroll from Baragaroo through the Wynyard tunnel.
- Between them, Osteopaths Dr David Aboud, Dr Marcus Ng and Dr Abbey Davidson are available for appointments between 7am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.
- More information about each member of our team may be found on our ‘meet the team’ page.
- You’ll need to allow 30-45 minutes for your first appointment. The fee for your first appointment is $160.
- Allow approximately 20-30 minutes for any follow-up appointments. The fee for follow-up appointments (standard consults) is $110.
- We have HICAPS, so health fund rebates are available on the spot (bring your card).
- To make an appointment please call 02 9252 2825 (7am – 6pm, Monday to Friday), or book online.
Unlike the conventional approach to medicine, which emphasises the use of pharmaceuticals to mask or manage symptoms, Osteopaths take the time required to establish a clear understanding of why your problem developed in the first place, and put into place a series of steps that will attempt to resolve the underlying problem.
For those looking for an Osteopath near Barangaroo, you will be glad to hear that our Osteopaths are highly trained ‘structural’ Osteopaths that will adapt their treatment approach and their techniques used based on your needs and goals. All Osteopaths at Quay Health are trained and experienced in the use of a range of hands-on techniques including:
- Spinal manipulation
- Joint mobilisation
- Muscle energy technique (MET)
- Soft tissue work/massage
- Counter-strain technique
- Balanced ligamentous tension (BLT)
- Myofacial release
- Exercise prescription
Treatments are generally not painful.
When should you visit an Osteopath? (or ‘what do you treat?)
Most people visit an Osteopath when they are experiencing neck, back or joint pain, however Osteopaths treat a lot more than you think! Examples of what many people have visited our Osteopaths for includes:
- Neck, back, and joint pain, including disc injuries and Facet Joint Sprains
- Postural back pain
- Muscle strains and spasms
- Nerve entrapments such as carpal tunnel and sciatica
- Headaches, migraine and jaw pain, as well as
- Sporting injuries and sports related aches and pains such as Shin Splints.
If you are not sure if we can help, feel free to give our clinic reception a call and request a ‘call back’ from a member of our Osteopathic team. One of our practitioners can have a chat with you about your concerns, and advise you as to what approach is most suitable.
The Osteopaths at Quay Health:
The team at Quay Health includes Dr Marcus Ng, Dr Abbey Davidson and Dr David Aboud. Read more below about our team of Osteopaths in the Sydney CBD..
Osteopath – Dr Marcus Ng
OSTEOPATH – B.APP.SCI (OSTEO), M.OSTEO, B.SCI (ANATOMY), DIP. HEALTH SCI (MASSAGE THERAPY)
QUAY HEALTH SYDNEY
Having completed his extensive study in 2008, 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.
An avid basketball player & NBA fan, Marcus also shows keen interests in all types of sporting injuries, providing you with the best prevention tips and rehabilitation techniques that will allow you to get the most of out of your sporting performances, whether you are a weekend warrior or professional athlete.
Available at Quay Health full-time, to make an appointment please call 02 9252 2825 or book online.
Osteopath – Dr Abbey Davidson
OSTEOPATH – B.APP.SCI (OSTEOPATHY), B.HEALTH .SCI (OSTEOPATHY)
QUAY HEALTH SYDNEY
Dr Abbey Davidson is an Osteopath in the Sydney CBD at Quay Health.
Abbey grew up on the Northern Beaches surrounded by the ocean and covered in sand. She attended primary and secondary school in Sydney however moved to Melbourne to complete her five years of tertiary education at RMIT University- graduating with a Bachelor of Health Science and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy) with Distinction.
Working in the city, Abbey has seen her fair share of neck, back and joint pain related to office-work and static postures, however also enjoys treating patients who have experienced sporting injuries, pregnancy related pain, and headaches.
Available at Quay Health on Monday through Friday, to make an appointment with Abbey, please call 02 9252 2825, or book online.
Osteopath – Dr David Aboud
OSTEOPATH & PHYSIOTHERAPIST – B.APP.SCI (OSTEO), M.OSTEO, D.PHYS
DIRECTOR, QUAY HEALTH SYDNEY
Dr David Aboud is a Physiotherapist and an Osteopath in the Sydney CBD at Quay Health.
As both a Osteopath and a Physiotherapist, David presents a unique skill set as a practitioner that combines the vast array of Osteopathic techniques with the evidence based approach of Physiotherapy.
David is confident in treating all types of sporting injuries, overseeing pre and post-op rehab programs, as well as treating both acute and chronic neck, back and joint pain.
Available at Quay Health Monday through Friday, to make an appointment please call 02 9252 2825, or book online.
What to expect at your first appointment:
To access Quay Health from Barangaroo, walk through the Wynyard Tunnel and exit onto George Street via the MetCentre. Turn left onto George, cross Bridge Street then after crossing turn right and walk 50m down Bridge Street. Enter via the glass doors next to the Piccolo Me Cafe, and catch a lift to level 6.
Reception will ask you to complete some paperwork. It’ll take about 5 minutes.
After you meet your Osteopath they will ask you about the history of your problem to establish when and where the symptoms first started and how they may have changed over time, the treatments (if any) you have received to date, and the impact your pain may be having on your life.
After learning of the history of your pain, your Osteopath will carry out a hands-on examination, which comprises of various tests of the spine, nervous system, muscles and joints. Generally, none of these tests are painful, however if you are in acute pain, your Osteopath may ask you to demonstrate what positions and movements reproduce or exacerbate your pain.
After identifying the underlying cause/s (which usually don’t, however occasionally do require referral for an x-ray, C-T scan or MRI), your Osteopath will set some treatment goals, and lay-out a treatment plan – with the ultimate goal being to restore maximal, pain-free movement to your muscles and joints.
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.
Appointment times and fees:
Appointments are typically available between 7am and 6pm, Monday to Friday. Bookings are essential.
Allow 30-45 minutes for your first appointment. This will cost $160.
Allow 20-30 minutes for follow-up appointments. These will cost $110.
Payment methods available include HICAPS, EFTPOS, cash, VISA, MasterCard and AMEX.
Private health fund rebates are available at the time of payment via HICPAS for those with ‘extras’ cover for Osteopathy.
How to make an appointment:
If you’re looking for an Osteopath near Barangaroo, please call Quay Health clinic reception on 02 9252 2825 (7am – 6pm, Monday to Friday) or alternately, you can book online.