Ginger Wollermann

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I was fortunate enough to be in the right place at the right time when choosing osteopathy as a career. The human body was always a strong interest of mine and I found it incredibly fascinating. Allied health was the field I wanted to be in, however coming from a small country town I had not heard of osteopathy. It was a careers advisor who recognised my interests and suggested osteopathy as a profession - I have not looked back since!


Seeing people's spirits lift is why I love my job. Patients stand prouder, smile bigger and walk stronger! It’s incredibly rewarding, and the gratitude patients show is phenomenal. The job never plateaus, each day I am faced with something different, someone new and something challenging. Whether it is a netballer returning from an ankle injury, a tradesman having sleepless nights due to low back pain and everything in between, I endeavour to help. With an interest in paediatrics and gynaecology, I have attended several courses to deepen my skills and knowledge in these areas.

I love a weekend getaway; we are lucky to have such amazing destinations at our doorstep - Halls Gap, Wilsons Promontory, Lorne, Bondi Beach and Byron Bay just to name a few. Remaining fit, healthy and active is important to me. I particularly enjoy playing netball, walking Lake Wendouree with a friend or my puppy and the high intensity of a work out at the gym.

Last Updated on Sunday, 21 January 2018 13:41