What we treat?


At Bounce Back Osteopathy, we treat people from all walks of life, including athletes, babies/children, the elderly, skilled workers and pregnant patients.

We tailor treatment to each individual, depending on their condition, history and occupation. 

Our aim is to get people bouncing back from injury, feeling strong and to return to what they love doing! 

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At Bounce Back Osteopathy Adelaide, our osteopaths treat a wide range musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, including;

  • Neck pain and whiplash, TMJ dysfunction
  • Headache and migraine
  • Low back pain and sciatica
  • Sporting injuries
  • Pain related to pregnanacy
  • Paediatric development and injury
  • Arthritis and joint pain
  • Shoulder pain, rotator cuff injuries and bursitis
  • Elbow pain, wrist pain and RSI, including tennis elbow and Carpal Tunnel syndrome
  • Hip and knee pain
  • Ligament and muscle strains
  • Disc injuries
  • Postural strains and repetitive strain injuries



Dry Needling is a technique that releases myofascial trigger points and tight muscles, using fine accupuncture needles. Used within Osteopathic treatment, dry needling helps treat many conditions, such as

  • Sciatic and gluteal pain
  • Piriformis syndrome 
  • Low back pain
  • Headaches related to muscle tension 
  • Shoulder and rotator cuff injuries
  • Tendonopathy, such as tennis elbow, archilles or hamstring tendonopathy
  • General muscular tension and injury

How does it work?

Single use, sterile filament needles are inserted gently into a shortened muscle or trigger point, causing a neurological response within the muscle fibre. This allows the muscle to lengthen and release, reducing pain and improving the healing process.

While Dry Needling isn't painful for most people, the needle can be mildly uncomfortable when entering the muscle, which can twitch or cramp. This is a good indication that the muscle has responded however, and will relax post twitch. 

Occasionally, some people experience muscle soreness or mild bruising, depending on the size of the muscle treated and injury present.