Dr. Janeen Kleine
Janeen has been practising osteopathy for the past 16 years and has taught and lectured at both undergraduate and post-graduate level at both RMIT and Victoria University. Janeen is the driving force behind Hurstbridge Osteopathy and focuses on paediatric and obstetric patients. Janeen's effective treatment comes from her deep understanding of anatomy, recognition of the inter-relationship between structure and function, in combination with sensitive palpatory skills.
Dr. Drew Carr
Drew incorporates physical treatment alongside practical advice to help people identify and modify elements of their lifestyle which may be contributing to their condition. Drew is able to provide advice on lifestyle modification and construct a holistic management plan alongside a range of Osteopathic techniques, to ensure your system gets all the support it needs to return to full function.
Dr. Sophie Smibert
Dr. Sally Tran
Sophie graduated from RMIT with a combined bachelor masters degree in osteopathic science. She furthered her studies by completing a graduate certificate in 2012 in manual medicine for infants and children. Sophie enjoys treating babies, children as well as adults and has a particular interest in the osteopathic treatment of pregnant women. Sophie is a passionate osteopath who relishes the impact and effect of hands on treatment.
Sally has a diverse background of experience ranging from pre- and post-natal health, chronic pain, to athletic performance across all levels and sporting codes. Sally’s philosophy to achieving better health celebrates the individual needs of the body to promote and restore function. Her understanding of the human body is reflected in tailored management plans that combine Osteopathic techniques with lifestyle and/or exercise rehabilitation advice.