Osteos Serving Brighton, Elwood, Elsternwick, Hampton, Bentleigh, and Sandringham

All of the Osteopaths at the Brighton Osteopathic Clinic graduated with a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Health Science five-year double degree, majoring in Osteopathy, from Victoria University in Melbourne. This extensive training has resulted in a thorough knowledge base with emphasis placed on anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and biomechanics; along with a deep understanding of the mechanism of injuries sustained to the musculo-skeletal system and the appropriate treatment and management of these injuries.

Local Osteopath - Brent Linley is an osteopath at Brighton Osteo Clinic in Brighton VIC
BSc(ClinSc) MHSc(Osteo) MAOA

Brent Linley

Brent graduated from Victoria University specialising in the diagnosis, management and treatment of neck and back pain, sports and work related injuries. He uses a wide variety of techniques including spinal joint manipulation and mobilisation, deep tissue massage and trigger point therapy, with an emphasis on treating the cause of the pain, not just the symptoms.
Dan Surkitt
BSc(ClinSc) MHSc(Osteo) MAOA

Daniel Surkitt

Daniel has been practicing as an Osteopath for over 17 years, bringing extensive experience to the clinic. He has been the principle practitioner at the Richmond Osteopathic Clinic for over 15 years.
local osteopath sarah walsh
BSc(ClinSc) MHSc(Osteo) MAOA

Sarah Walsh

Sarah is a passionate and motivated osteopath who combines a holistic and evidence informed approach to help patients return to optimum function. She is a firm believer in patient education and encouraging an active approach to each individual’s recovery.
dylan mcmahon osteopath
BSc(ClinSc) MHSc(Osteo) MAOA

Dylan McMahon

Dylan graduated from Victoria University specialising in neck pain, back pain, sports injuries and rehabilitation. His skill set varies using multiple techniques like deep tissue massage, joint articulation/ mobilisation and spinal joint manipulation.

All of our osteopaths are registered with APHRA and are members of the Australian Osteopathic Association. Osteopaths also participate in Continued Professional Development (CPD) to ensure excellence in osteopathic care.