Shannon became an Osteopath after sustaining a netball injury in her youth, and wanted to move forward and help others as she had experienced. Shannon has worked in several fitness centres and with a local football club where she dealt with a vast array of sporting injuries and rehabilitation.
She also has a passion for animals and hopes to one day further her knowledge and extend her osteopathic treatment to include her furry friends.
Shannon’s treatments are tailored to the individual, encompassing a wide variety of techniques for all ages and conditions (babies to the elderly). She holds additional qualifications in dry needling, mat pilates, paediatric training and taping methods.
Being raised in a sporting family, when she’s not at work, Shannon loves her triathlon training to compete with her husband and father, who have both completed multiple Ironman events. She also loves catching up with friends and spending quality family time with her two gorgeous boys Hudson and Quinn.
She enjoys helping her patients move through their lives as close to pain-free as possible by using a wide range of osteopathic treatment techniques.
Dr. Shannon Walsh
Laura became interested in Osteopathy after being treated for headaches and various sporting injuries throughout her teen years.
During her studies at Victoria University she worked with East Keilor football club and local netball clubs gaining valuable hands on experience treating both acute and chronic sporting injuries.
Whilst she has been practicing as an Osteopath she has treated a wide variety of patients and complaints but has developed an interest in treating jaw pain and headaches.
Laura uses a variety of techniques such as manipulation, soft tissue massage and dry needling to not only treat the symptoms but to dig deeper and treat the cause of the pain.
When she’s not working Laura can be found travelling the globe and staying active with her fur baby Chippy.
Dr. Laura Addinsall
Matt decided to become an osteopath while growing up in a sporting family and receiving many osteopathic treatments himself for sporting related injuries and seeing the results first-hand.
During his studies Matt has been an avid basketball player and coach and has always had an interest in sporting movements, body structures and injury and rehabilitation processes. He is motivated to give back to the community and club that gave him so many opportunities.
Matt participated in a volunteer osteopathic internship in India during his University studies, stepping out of his comfort zone to broaden his knowledge.
He has a desire to further his knowledge into biomechanical processes and develop a further array of treatment skills to increase his ability to treat and prescribe individual rehabilitation programs for patients.
Dr. Matt Spencer
Lamees' interest in Osteopathy stems from a life-long interest in health and the human body. She is a friendly and compassionate osteopath who has experience in treating people of all ages and backgrounds. (in all walks of life) She is constantly fascinated by the body and its self healing mechanism.
Lamees has gained significant experience in managing long and short term injuries through working as a sports trainer at the Preston Bull Ants Football Club, as well as piloting a rehabilitation plan for a large corporate organisation.
She is always trying to further her skillset, currently holding qualifications in dry needling and cupping.
In her spare time Lamees enjoys catching up with friends and family or doting on her fur baby Ruben.
Dr. Lamees Al-Ashi
Liam's passion for Osteopathy came from always being injured as a child from various team sports and being a constant patient of doctors and physical therapists. He was always amazed by their knowledge and professionalism. With a passion for helping people, being an Osteopath has enabled him to get the best of both worlds.
The constant discovery of new treatment and management strategies that can help patients is one of the main reasons Osteopathy excites Liam. He is always keen to learn more with current research and further his studies to help his patients recover and achieve the best possible outcomes.
Outside of the clinic Liam enjoys team sport (playing both basketball and AFL) and most forms of physical exercise. He also enjoys catching up with his mates and escaping to the country for some much needed down time.
Dr. Liam Berry
Suheyla became interested in osteopathy after experiencing positive results from manual therapy. During her time as a student, she became a qualified sports trainer. Having worked in football clubs she has gained valuable experience working with acute sporting related injuries and rehabilitation.
Suheyla has also worked in aged care, treated various chronic health conditions with a focus on pain relief. She loves working with all types of patients to aid recovery, decrease pain and improve their overall quality of life.
She is always eager to learn more and develop her skills and has completed further study in myofascial dry needling and cupping. Using a variety of osteopathic techniques, Suheyla tailors her treatment to the individual, focusing on a holistic approach.
When she is not working, Suheyla enjoys staying active by going to the gym and spending plenty of time outdoors going on hikes
Dr. Suheyla Balkis
* All of our practitioners are registered with Osteopathy Australia and are members of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
They hold a combination of Masters degrees and Bachelor degrees in the health science field