We are open Monday to Friday:
  • Monday 8am-5pm
  • Tuesday 8am-5.30pm
  • Wednesday 8am-5.30pm
  • Thursday 8.30am-5pm
  • Friday 8am-4pm

How Can We Help You?

At Brisbane Osteopathic Centre, we work with you to help decrease pain and improve mobility.

Our focus is to get you enjoying your life more. 

Our osteopaths are university educated, they have an in depth medical knowledge and always follow best evidence and best practices.

All 4 of our practitioners will work with you gently  – using no massage or manipulation.

Whether you want to move without pain, pick up your kids or grandkids, or play the sport you love or the hobby you enjoy. 

We believe it’s better to work with you in a pain-free way so we don’t aggravate your symptoms. We encourage your body’s own healing abilities by gently balancing and realigning you.

We take an holistic approach, because when one part of your body isn’t moving easily, other parts will be affected and need to compensate.

We Treat All Ages from Babies to the Elderly

Our osteopathic treatment allows us to treat the most fragile members of your family, including Babies and Seniors. We also thoroughly enjoy treating, and frequently see Children, Teenagers,  Pregnant Women and Adults.

We work with a broad range of complaints including headaches, neck pain, back pain, elbow or wrist injuries, sprained ankles and sore knees. We also investigate preventative measures, to keep you pain free for longer.

The ability to treat the patient gently means our team can work with you even if you are in severe pain or a little more fragile, because of this we regularly treat babies, pregnant women and the elderly.

For a more comprehensive list of what we treat have a browse through our Conditions



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Your Brisbane Osteopaths

Our team are very focused on helping all our patients achieve their goals. Moving well, living well and being pain free.

We have all undertaken further postgraduate courses and are continually learning so we can offer you the best treatment possible.

To become an osteopath we studied for five years at a university. This included anatomy and physiology, some pathology and radiology.

To work in a gentle way requires practice and mentorship, which we are dedicated to.  Scott, Trent and Rebecca have all done post graduate courses in the biodynamic cranial approach phases 1-9 with Dr James Jealous, and we have also completed the treatment of children courses 1-3 with Dr Robyn Seamer and Dr Manuela Da Rin.

Scott, Rebecca and Yana also use the Barral visceral approach and continue to do further study and courses in this method.

Rebecca and Yana also have a keen interest in both breastfeeding and retained reflexes, and have done further study for reflexes including Masgutova, Empire Method, Cuevas Medek, Robert Melilo, Jean Ayres, Sally Goddard, Carla Hannaford,  Harold Blomberg, RMTi and others. For their breastfeeding education Catherine Watson Genna, Robyn Glass, Sharon Vallone, Bryna Sampey and Jennifer Tow.

Each practitioner has completed further training in areas of interest as well as reading journal articles and research.

We are very happy to treat all patients who walk through our door, but each practitioner has different clinical interests. If you’d like to find the right osteopath to help with your complaint, click  Our Practitioners to find out more about us.

Located in Brisbane’s Northside

We are located at 3 Cramond St, Wilston, an Inner Northside suburb of Brisbane, just off Newmarket Road. Our proximity to the northern exit for the Clem 7 tunnel makes us quite easy to access from the southside of Brisbane.

We are close to the Royal Brisbane Hospital, near Homezone Windsor. We are close to Officeworks Windsor. We have plenty of easy on-street parking available. Getting to us is easy with the Wilston train station and bus stops on Newmarket Road a short walk away. Click through to our Contact Us page to see a map.

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Long Opening Hours

Monday to Thursday 8:00am – 5pm

Friday 8:00am-3pm

Tuesday, Wednesday evenings till 5.30pm

No Referral Necessary

Private Health Cards Accepted – claims are processed on the spot.

Medicare Chronic Disease Management patients accepted. (NO Bulk Billing available)

DVA – Gold cards accepted.

Book now online or give our friendly reception staff a call on 3311 5655 or text/call us on 0480 148 081 between office hours 8.30am-5pm.

What is Cranial Osteopathy?

Cranial osteopathy it is the name given to a subtle approach to osteopathy, where the osteopaths use thier hands to feel changes of tension and stress in the body. The osteopath aims to diagnose areas of strain or dysfunction which are causing pain and then stimulate the area to a state of balance, there-by restoring it to health.

Osteopathy is a form of manual treatment for aches and pains. This means we use our hands to help you feel better. To do this we are looking at how your body is functioning. There might be a joint which isn’t moving as it should, or a muscle that is too tight or too loose. We then work using our hands to normalise those movements.

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What is Visceral Osteopathy?

Visceral osteopathy is an approach where the practitioner assesses the tension and available movement of the connective tissue surrounding the organs and works to release any tensions causing imbalances around the organs. This can settle down nerve impulses from these areas which may be causing a viscerosomatic reflex where pain or tension is felt in the spine and muscles but is actually due to dysfunction around the organs.