Lennoxheadquarters osteopaths are government registered health professionals who have undertaken a five year university degree (including Masters of Osteopathic Medicine). 

Osteopathy is an overall system of diagnosis and manual therapy used to treat musculoskeletal problems and other functional disorders of the body.

In plain English what that means is we treat muscles, ligaments, joints, nerves, the lymphatic system (garbage dump/drainage system of the body) and blood flow. To reduce pain and discomfort, to optimise function and beyond that to give the body room to allow itself to heal.

Osteopaths recognise that structure and function are reciprocally interrelated and that the body is a complete unit. With this knowledge, treatment aims to optimise the musculoskeletal systems and their interfacing elements such as the nerves, blood vessels, lymphatic tissue and other organ systems.

A common experience after treatment is that patients feel more “free”.


In 1872 Dr. A.T. Still recognised that the body contains all the elements necessary for its own healing. He further identified that much of the pain and disability we suffer stems from abnormalities in our body’s structure and function.