Adelaide Osteopath. ... circulation, connective tissue and organ function. At Bounce Back Osteopathy Adelaide, we see the body as a holistic unit, and treat accordingly.
162 Magill Rd, Norwood SA 5067 | 08 8363 2426
B.App.Sci.(Comp.Med.) | M.Osteopathy | Cert 4 Fitness | Diploma Clinical Pilates | Owner/Director of Bounce Back Osteopathy
Anna opened Bounce Back osteopathy in 2015, working as a sole trader in Stepney. After seeing her clinic flourish, she found the perfect place to establish Bounce, in a heritage-listed cottage on Magill Road in Norwood. This allowed her to work along side other osteopaths and health professionals, to turn BBO into the happy and nurturing team environment she had always dreamed of.
Anna has always had a passion for educating and mentoring. After mentoring Osteopathic students over the past few years, she now works part time at Endeavour college of Natural Health. Anna lecturers in the School of Health Sciences/Myotherapy Department, teaching anatomy, dry needling and exercise rehabilitation.
Anna studied Osteopathy at RMIT University in Victoria, moving to Adelaide 7 years ago to practice. While she enjoys treating people of all ages, for any condition, Anna has a special interest in neck pain and headaches caused by posture, whiplash, osteoarthritis or occupational strain.
Anna uses a variety of techniques in her treatments, including massage, joint mobilization, HVLA adjustments and home based exercises. She is also qualified in Trigger Point Dry Needling and sports taping.
As a triathlete and cyclist, Anna also has a strong interest in sports medicine and rehabilitation. She works with athletes to overcome injury, address biomechanical patterns, and perform to their best ability.
Anna has worked in the past with Football, Rugby and Netball teams as a sports trainer and therapist.
In 2014, she spent 3 months working with the USA National cycling team in Europe. Based in the Netherlands, she accompanied the team to races around Europe as physical therapist and soigneur.
In 2015, she travelled to New Zealand with the USA National Women’s cycling team for the Tour Of New Zealand. The experience Anna gained while working with elite cyclists was invaluable, and she enjoys applying this knowledge to her patients in Adelaide.
If Anna wasn't an osteopath, she would be a florist or chef, because who doesn't love flowers and food! She is the proud mother of two dogs, an Australian Shepard Willow and a miniature daschund Charlie.
B.App.Sc. (Comp.Med.) | M.Osteopathy.
Alison is a passionate osteopath who welcomes clients of all ages. After studying a science degree, for eight years Alison worked in sales and marketing, visiting veterinary clinics and veterinary specialists, in South Australia, Northern Territory and Victoria.
During this time, Alison discovered osteopathy when seeking treatment for her own past sports injuries she developed as a teenager playing softball and competing in discus and javelin. Osteopathic treatment worked so well for Alison, she decided to return to study, to become an osteopath. Alison graduated from her Master’s degree in 2008 and has worked in private practice in several locations in Victoria, prior to returning to South Australia.
Alison treats a wide variety of muscle and joint problems, and has particular interests in upper limb injuries, headaches, jaw pain and pain arising during pregnancy. Alison has completed post graduate courses on treating paediatric patients and is also a Certified Infant Massage Instructor. After surviving her own breast cancer and treatment, Alison has also developed an interest in the rehabilitation of breast cancer patients following surgical treatment.
When treating Alison uses a variety of techniques including soft tissue massage, stretching, joint mobilisation, joint manipulation, posture correction and home exercises to achieve good outcomes.
When not working, Alison enjoys being outdoors, walking her Groodle Charlie and running. Preparing, cooking and sharing delicious meals with her family and friends is another of her favourite things.
Liz completed her training at the British School of Osteopathy (UK) and graduated in 2012. Shortly after finishing her studies she started working for the national health service in three busy GP surgeries across Kent, England. Here she gained a lot of experience in diagnosing, treating and managing a broad spectrum of musculoskeletal complaints. Liz's dream came true when she moved to Adelaide in 2014 and is now a proud Australian permenant resident.
Liz clearly loves her job and enjoys working with people from all walks of life.
She has a particular interest in womens health and chronic pain. She shares her knowledge of pain science with her patients and educates them about the links between pain, stress and mental health.
She uses a variety of osteopathic techniques including soft tissue massage, myofascial release, joint articulation, trigger point work and manipulations. Liz is trained in dry needling, can provide sports strapping, and works with children from 5 years and up.
Liz thinks it's important to explain things clearly to her clients, after all knowledge is power! She happily works with her clients as a team to allow them understanding and control of their health to get the best results possible. Liz us AHPRA and Osteopathy Australia registered.
When Liz isn't at work, she is walking on the beach with her puppy Zoe or sipping a latte with friends.
B.Health Science | O.A.
B. Applied Science (Osteo)
Matt is a member of Osteopathy Australia (O.A), having qualified at RMIT University with a double degree in Health Science and Applied Science in Osteopathy.
Matt realised that Osteopathy was the perfect field for him after learning that the fields' key principles matched his lifestyle and beliefs. Matt’s passion continues to drive him in building upon his knowledge and to continue to do his best to make significant differences in people’s lives. He particularly enjoys educating patients about the origins of their pain or injury, enabling them to understand a condition and bounce back to optimal functioning whilst improving daily life.
Matt loved his previous roles as a soccer, football, volleyball and handball trainer and coach, where he was able to assist athletes in reaching their optimal performance. Personally, he has travelled throughout Europe playing soccer and is currently a member of the Men’s Australian Beach handball team, which has travelled to South America and most recently to Poland for the 2017 World Games. Matt is also the head of Kronum Australia, a new sporting hybrid that he is looking forward to introducing to South Australia. Kronum takes aspects of soccer, handball and basketball, bringing them together for a fun social sport. Outside the clinic, Matt enjoys snowboarding, surfing, bouldering and finding any excuse for an outdoor adventure. He also is happy to relax with friends and cook up a feast.
B.Sci (Psych), B.ClinSci, M.OstMed, Dip/CertIV Clinical Pilates)
Zoe always knew she wanted to be a health professional, and her experience with allied health practitioners as a young dancer and runner inspired her to study osteopathy. Originally from Canada, Zoe moved from overseas many years ago and is a permanent resident who is very proud to call South Australia home. Zoe previously studied psychology and worked as a counsellor. Zoe studied Osteopathic Medicine at Southern Cross University in northern NSW, and was DUX of her class in her final year. Her research focused on breathing dysfunction in the context of posture and motor control. She sees patients that range in age from infancy to centanarians, is qualified in dry needling, and holds a diploma/cert IV in clinical Pilates. In addition, Zoe is available for dance assessments as well as manual breathing assessments and therapy. Outside of her role as an Osteopath, Zoe is a tutor in anatomy at the University of South Australia. Zoe is registered through AHPRA and is a current member of Osteoapthy Australia.
Ingrid James is a Pilates teacher and Personal Trainer. Ingrid has a passion for movement exercise and a healthy lifestyle. She trained as a contemporary dancer, with a BA (dance Honours) from the University of Adelaide in 1999. In 2005, she qualified as a Personal Trainer, with her Certificate 3 and 4 in Fitness.
After being introduced to pilates at university, she immediately loved its affect on her body, the positive chances in core strength and overall control when dancing, and in every day life. She completed her teacher training through APMA in 2007, and has been running small group classes, studio equipment classes and individual sessions also. Ingrid works with all ages, dances, athletes and children.
She loves her work and works closely with clients to help their body's move more efficiently with added strength, flexilibilty, mobility and stability. Ingrid has a well trained eye for correct body alignment, and follows the pilates principles of breathing, flowing movement, control, concentration and precision. Ingrid is a mother of two very active and sporty kids. Family life includes rock climbing, tennis, mountain biking and soccer! In her own time, you will find Ingrid running, doing her own pilates, cooking, coffee and dancing.