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OUR TEAM

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DR. NICHOLAS RITTER

Dr. Nicholas Ritter is a New Zealand trained Osteopath who has treated a multitude of different presenting complaint since 2007. His passion for Osteopathy includes treating acute and chronic headaches, digestive problems in adults and infants, acute back injuries and breathing disorders including Asthma and hyperventilation syndromes. He is particularly interested in treating the structural components of the body which influence and support anxiety disorders. In addition, Nicholas has a passion for understanding the myriad of different presenting strain patterns that occur within the body and how they relate to an individual’s pain.

Nicholas is passionate about professional development and frequently undertakes educational courses to keep him up to date with the latest research and techniques. Nicholas provides a number of treatment options including but not limited to, Osteopathic Manipulative Techniques applied to the spine and other joints of the body, Dry Needing, Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Exercise Rehabilitation.

  • B Apps Sci (Bachelor Of Applied Science)
    Unitic Institute of Technology, Auckland   

The foundation of Osteopathic understanding is laid down in a general science Bachelor programme that provides a scientific understanding of the structure and function of the human body, with an approach to study the human body from a holistic perspective. The course structure includes the study of scientific disciplines including biology, chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, human anatomy and physiology, pathobiology and genetics, as well as data analysis.

  • M. Osteo (Master of Osteopathy)
    Unitic Institute of Technology, Auckland   

During his Masters Degree Nick not only gained the skills to become a safe and competent osteopathic practitioner, he also wrote his research thesis in a special area of interest for him - lower back pain.

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Dr.TAMARA GREENHALGH

Dr Tamara Greenhalgh is a recent graduate from Southern Cross University in Coolangatta and has obtained a Bachelor of Clinical Sciences (Osteopathic Studies) and Master of Osteopathic Medicine. Tamara is a Redlands local and has a thorough understanding of community needs. She has had experience treating a variety of presentations at university and enjoys working with patients to get them back to doing what they love. She enjoys treating a wide array of dysfunctions and conditions including neck pain, headaches, pelvic pain, joint dysfunctions and tendinopathies. She has a holistic approach and not only focuses on physical contributions to pain and dysfunction but also the social, emotional and psychological aspects of health. She understands and enjoys the benefits of strengthening, endurance and control through the use of modalities such as Pilates. Tamara decided to become an osteopath after experiencing shoulder conditions whilst training in gymnastics for which she received osteopathic treatment with good results with hope to provide patients the same.

  • B Apps Sci (Bachelor Of Applied Science)
    Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, Australia 

  • M. Osteo (Master of Osteopathy)           

Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, Australia 

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