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Dr Renae Luton - Osteopath

B.App.Sc.(Osteo), M.Ost.UWS

Renae graduated from the University of Western Sydney with an undergraduate degree in Applied Science (Osteopathy) and a Masters of Osteopathy and has been working at Beech Health since 2010. Since graduating Renae is continuing her Osteopathy journey by undertaking study in the Phases of Biodynamics in the cranial field and Paediatrics.

A healthy lifestyle, enjoyment in physical activity and sport are all passions of Renae’s, all of which are reflected in her care of patients. Renae sees patients of all ages, particularly children, adolescents and sports related injuries. “After suffering multiple sports related injuries as a teenager I believe in prevention, before the need for treatment of an injury is required.” Renae treats using mainly indirect techniques to maximize a person’s musculoskeletal biomechanics and achieve optimal health.

In her time away from work Renae is triathlon training or exercising with her black Labrador Nixon and Groodle Huey.

Dr Joshua Naylor

Josh graduated from Southern Cross University with a Bachelor of Clinical Science and a Masters of Osteopathic Medicine and has recently relocated to Newcastle after working on the NSW Mid North Coast.

His final thesis explored the efficacy of osteopathic management for paediatric conditions. Having studied various manual therapies and movement practices for the last 10 years, he has developed a deep appreciation of the body and its constant striving for health as an intelligent, dynamic and integrated system. He considers himself very fortunate to have found the osteopathic framework, one in which the physical, physiological and emotional aspects of health are all equally attended to. Josh utilises a blend of physical assessment, osteopathic techniques, rehabilitation strategies and education to assist people of all ages in achieving lasting outcomes.

Outside of the clinic, Josh loves being out in nature, practising yoga, jiu jitsu and surfing!

Dr Millie White

Millie completed her studies in Melbourne at Victoria University, with a Bachelor of Health Science (Clinical Science) and a Master of​ Health Science (Osteopathy). She excels in treating people from all walks of life and has had experience working as a massage therapist and sports trainer prior to her Osteopathy career.

Millie loves to get her patients feeling better through hands on manual therapy but also provides patients with the tools to prevent pain recurring. Millie’s treatment style is quite direct - utilising techniques such as soft tissue, stretching and joint articulations. Millie always tailors her approach to each person and their specific goals, with a focus on promoting self-efficacy through exercise prescription and advice to ensure her patients get back to all the activities they enjoy.

When not at work you’ll find Millie outdoors exploring local walking trails, going for a beach swim or to a yoga class.

Dr Thom Adcock

Born and raised on the Sunshine Coast, Thom attended Victoria University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science) and Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy) in 2018. His thesis reviewed the efficacy of injectable therapy for knee osteoarthritis- a developing and ground-breaking field for symptomatic pain relief.

Thomas is a structural osteopath who regularly relies on direct osteopathic techniques. Whilst he offers individualised management, he aims to provide symptomatic relief, improve range of motion restrictions and improve strength/stability. He places a high priority on manual therapy, and time working with a Victorian Football League club and the Ladies Pro Golf Association saw him develop a passion for physical and rehabilitative therapy for athletes and the general population.

Thom is a lover of all sports in particular rugby union and golf. After suffering from hip conditions, resulting in surgery- Thom developed a keen interest in treatment and management of weight bearing joints (foot, ankle, knee, hip, pelvis, spine). Thomas has a strong belief in osteopathic principles; that the body holds all the tools for self-healing, maintenance and regulation- and how osteopathy can assist you in stream lining these healing processes, so that you may restore health and return to your chosen activity as soon as possible.

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