Richmond Osteo Near Hawthorn

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If you’re suffering from back, neck or shoulder pain and are in need of a local Osteo to help you from your discomfort, Richmond osteopathy clinic is a short distance from Hawthorn and has a wide range of certified Osteos available to treat you.

Getting to Richmond Osteo?

Getting to Richmond-Osteopathic Clinic is easy and you have many options from Hawthorn.

By Car

If you wish to drive, Cremorne to Richmond is less than 4km in distance. Depending on traffic it’s only about a 7-10 minute drive door to door.

By Train

Burnley Station is only a short 10 minutes away, jump on the Lilydale/Belgrave/or Glen Waverly lines.

By Tram

If the tram is more convenient, both the Swan Street tram is under a 4 minute walk, as well as the Bridge Road tram being only a 6 minute walk to Richmond Osteo

Parking at Richmond Osteopathic Clinic

There is plenty of street parking that is free for 2 hours. We’ll make sure to have you in and out before you can be given a ticket by the traffic inspectors.

Local Cafes

If you arrive at Richmond Osteo Clinic early or feel so great after your treatment that you wish to relax with a coffee, there are plenty of great cafes close to the Swan Street and Burnley Street corner. A popular cafe loved by all our staff and patients is just over 200m called Brother Burnley.

Our Osteopathic Treatments

You can see a comprehensive list of our osteopathic treatments but here is a summary:

  • Lower back pain
  • Shoulder and Neck Pain
  • Headaches and Migraines
  • Sciatica
  • Sports Injuries
  • Pregnancy Pain
  • and More…

Our Professional Team

All of the Osteopath’s at the Richmond Osteopathic Clinic graduated from Victoria University in Melbourne, undertaking a five year double degree (Bachelor of Science and a Master of Health Science – majoring in Osteoapthy). This extensive training has resulted in a thorough knowledge base, with emphasis placed upon anatomy, physiology, bio-chemistry and biomechanics; along with the mechanism of injuries sustained to the musculo-skeletal system, and the appropriate treatment and management of these injuries.

Meet our Osteos