Dr Lachlan Freebairn is the director and principal Osteopath at Head Above. He draws from more than eleven years of experience as a healthcare provider. Dr Lachlan’s primary purpose as an osteopath is to help people unveil their root causes(s) of pain and guide them toward realising that their greatest expression of health is within their powers of attainment. He believes that the human body is perfect and that many pathways may lead to great health and wellbeing. It is his mission to guide people in a way that illuminates deep connection and fosters empowerment by means which presents least resistance.
Having completed a Bachelor in Clinical Science and a Masters of Osteopathic Medicine at Southern Cross University, continual professional development and education is continuous. Dr Lachlan has studied and practiced internationally having completed studies in Switzerland and managed out-patient departments in a private sports orthopedic hospital in Mumbai, India and a general hospital in Goa, India. Additional study has been completed in the fields of Postural Neurology and Ergonomics. Currently Dr Lachlan is undergoing studies in pediatric osteopathy.
Lachlan offers treatment for a wide range of issues across all ages. He has a special interest in postural problems and chronic conditions which have been resistant to healing.
Georgia is an accredited Exercise Physiologist based in both, Work Well Health Centre Paddington and Game Time Physiotherapy Morningside. Her ethos is to provide support to her clients, by developing new and healthy habits to enable them to manage their individual medical conditions in the best way possible.
Saxon is a qualified Clinical Myotherapist, having completed a Bachelor of Health Science degree in Myotherapy. Saxon uses physical evaluation with an integrated therapeutic approach in order to treat acute or chronic musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions involving the body’s muscles, nerves and joints. He can pull on a wide-array on evidence-based assessment, treatment and rehabilitative techniques including myofascial release, cupping, trigger point therapy, dry & electrotherapeutic dry needling, joint mobilisation, rehabilitative & corrective exercise prescription and sports taping.
Saxon is passionate about helping people restore pain-free functional movement and can help treat both the immediate symptoms and the underlying cause, be it a postural, behavioural, muscular imbalance or structural dysfunction. Saxon’s interest and passion in Myotherapy first developed when he treated and relieved his sisters’ presenting two-day headache with a simple pelvic mobilisation and became instantly fascinated by how interconnected the body is.
Accreditations: BHSc (Myotherapy) 2019
Special interests include treating musculoskeletal injuries such as ‘Text Neck’ syndrome and Dry Needling.
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