Anthony Rogan - Osteopath

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You might be surprised to know that I’m a trained  nurse. However, I quickly became frustrated with what felt like “disease care” rather than “health care”. But it wasn’t until I was treated for injuries from a variety of professionals and finally tried osteopathy - that I had my “Eureka” moment. The approach of osteo made complete sense to me!

I love the diversity of people I have the privilege of meeting and treating . The challenge of determining how to best help each of our patients return to better health brings great variety and is very rewarding. My areas of special interest include neck pain, headaches and migraines, treating children, pregnancy related back pain, hip pain and people suffering chronic pain. Osteo has such a great variety of techniques and I have completed a lot of post-graduate training, particularly in Biodynamic Osteopathy.

Through my own kids’ love for swimming, Eureka Osteo has been closely involved with the Ballarat Gold Swimming Club for several years now and I really enjoy getting to be part of the young local swimmers’ path to success.

I like to keep a good work/life balance, something I encourage our patients to do too! I love hitting the local trails on the mountain bike, cooking up a feast, music and of course, spending time with my family.

Last Updated on Sunday, 21 January 2018 13:13

Megan Fraumano - Osteopath

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A rowing injury as a teenager had me visit a variety of health professionals in search of answers. It was an Osteopath who was the first person to assess my whole body rather than just the site of my pain, and this was what set me on the path of studying Osteo.

I love the variety that my days bring. Having studied in a few different areas (including breastfeeding, pregnancy, paediatrics, sports injuries), means that i might treat a newborn, an athlete, and an elderly patient all in the one day! This also means using a wide variety of techniques to suit each patient. Having worked as a footy trainer and rowing coach in my Uni days, I love treating athletes and helping them compete at the highest level. I have a particular soft spot for our local rowers! Finding out more about people’s jobs, hobbies and lives in general helps me to adapt my treatment and advice to each individual patient, something that gives me great satisfaction.

Outside of the clinic, I love a new challenge. This has seen me do plenty of travelling, hike the Kokoda Track (and return to PNG to volunteer with a medical team), run a few half marathons and a full marathon. My down time generally involves a good book and relaxing at Wye River.

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 21 January 2018 13:15