Give Osteopathy a Go!

Don’t ignore your pain! Join the other 75,000 Australians that see an osteopath every week to help manage their injuries. 

What Is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy that takes a whole body approach to healthcare. Every patient is unique with different jobs, stresses, hobbies, bodily structure, which all need to be considered when treating your individual injury. Your osteopath will assess your whole body and not just the injured area to determine how your body works as a unit and the impact it has on your overall function. 

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i've never tried osteopathy before, what can i expect?

A great question! Often people do not know what to expect which can prevent them from receiving the treatment they may benefit from. To help give you a better understanding head over to our blog post (click the question mark) which answers this question in detail. Have more questions after this, give us a call!

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How Long do the treatments last?

Our initial consultation lasts from between 45-60 minutes. During this time we take a detailed history of your injury, a past medical history, a full examination and treatment should you be happy to proceed. Our subsequent consultations all last up to 30 minutes in duration.

Our Osteopaths

Dr. Scott Toniazzo (Osteopath)

Scott started his career as an osteopath in 2012 after a completing a Bachelor Sciences (Clinical Sciences) and Master of Health Science (Osteopathy). Since then he has also worked in numerous roles providing osteopathic care in an aged care setting, football and netball clubs and associations.

Keeping active throughout our whole life is such an important message and ideal to promote and Scott is a big believer in this. Whether it’s walking, training for the next big run, playing social sport, or doing the gardening; it’s all important. With osteopathic care, Scott wants to help you resolve your musculoskeletal injuries and complaints, so that being active is always an option!

Scott is a nationally endorsed provider of Netball Australia’s KNEE program, which aims to reduce the incidence of ACL injuries by educating coaches and players to optimise technique and enhance efficiency of movement.

He is a strong advocate for community sport and is currently the Rep Team coordinator at St Michael’s Netball Club.

But most of all he loves to get home at the end of the day to see his smiling son welcome him through the door!

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What do i bring/wear?

Loose fitting clothing is the ideal attire to wear during your treatment to ensure we are not restricted with any techniques we may wish to use. However, adjustments can always be made! Be sure to bring your private health insurance card. We can process on the spot with our hicaps terminal.

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How long do osteopaths study for?

Your osteopath has spent a total of 5 years at university. Completing a 3 year Bachelors degree and a further 2 year Masters degree in Osteopathy. During this time subjects such as human anatomy, physiology, pathology and biomechanics are all studied.

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How many sessions will I need?

Unfortunately this is a difficult question to answer without knowing your specific injury details, work, hobbies, family requirements etc. We will endeavour to give you this information to the best of our ability in your initial consultation!

Our Osteopathy treatments

Initial consultation


Concession Price $105

Session time allocation 45-60 minutes

On the spot private health insurance rebate using HICAPS

repeat consultation


Concession Price $85

Session time allocation 30 minutes

On the spot private health insurance rebate using HICAPS

Current Opening Hours


10:30am – 7pm


12pm – 7pm


10:30am – 7pm




8am – 4pm


8am – 1pm

Being situated in Malvern East means that we also treat patients who live and work in the surrounding suburbs of Malvern, Glen Iris, Chadstone, Ashburton, Carnegie, Murrumbeena, Caulfield and from even further away!