Graduating with a Bachelor of Applied Science Podiatry and with over eight years of clinical experience, Emma has a unique blend of skills and knowledge. Her specialties include diabetic foot care, sports biomechanics, minor nail surgery, general podiatry and paediatrics.
Having worked in both public and private practice, Emma actively updates her education attending annual podiatry and sports medicine conferences. She is also a current member of Sports Medicine Australia, and enjoys keeping on top of the latest techniques and treatments.
Emma is available on the following days and times:
Monday: 12 – 5pm
Tuesday: 7am – 6:30pm
Thursday: 8am – 8pm
Friday: 8am – 4pm
Saturday: 8am – 2pm
Chanelle completed a 4-year Bachelor degree of Health Science, Master of Podiatric Medicine at thee University of Western Sydney. She is registered with AHPRA and has a sod knowledge base in sports and biomechanics, general podiatry care, high-risk foot along with massage and dry needling.
Chanelle uses evidence-based practice to treat and provide care for her patients. She communicates effectively in a culturally sensitive manner with patients, families and other health professionals.
Chanelle is available fortnightly on Wednesdays between 8am-4pm
Remedial Massage Therapist
B.Sc.(Ag), B.HSc.(Nat), Dip.Rem.Massage
Steven is a respected naturopath and remedial massage therapist with over twenty years of practice experience. From initial beginnings in spa resorts and private practice he furthered his skills in sports and remedial therapies during time spent working in Europe for regional soccer clubs and medical clinics.
Original studies in agricultural science has given Steven an appreciation for health and wellbeing via evidence based practice (EBP). Able to blend EBP with the application of more traditional naturopathic modalities and philosophy, he advocates that in today’s modern world we have lost the connection between ourselves and our earthly world, we have lost the daily ritual food creates and connections need to be re-established for health to ensue.
An avid gardener Steven also enjoys the practice of movement through Aikido, though more recently has returned to formal post graduate studies to continue the journey of growth and discovery.
His biggest passion by far is using his professional and life experience to promote the benefits of health and wellbeing to his clients.
Steven is a member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society.
Steven is available on Wednesdays between 8am-7pm
Rebecca continues to enjoy treating patients after more than a decade in private practice since joining the team at Head To Toe Health. Rebecca has applied a large range of techniques and skills over the years to help manage acute injuries, chronic pain and pregnancy. Techniques are tailored to the individual and range from very gentle remedial techniques to manipulation if needed. Some conditions commonly treated include: jaw pain, neck and back pain, headaches, plantar fasciitis, repetitive strain and pregnancy. She has an avid interest in nutrition and general well-being.
Rebecca is available on the following days and times:
Monday: 8am – 2pm
Tuesday: 10am – 4pm
Saturday: 10am – 4pm
Sunday: 9am – 3pm
M.Ost. B.App.Sc.(Ost) B.Sc.(Anatomy) Dip.HealthSc.(Massage Therapy)
Having completed his extensive study in 2008, Marcus has been an Osteopath over the last three years at Body Link Osteopathy & Health. During this time he has developed a keen interest in treating acute and chronic mechanical neck pain, repetitive strain injuries of the upper extremity and headache/migraine presentations. His practice is firmly based on the principle of structure and function, using a variety of direct and indirect techniques for the best possible outcome.
Marcus is available the following days and times:
Monday: 3pm – 7pm
Tuesday: 8am – 12 o’clock
Thursday: 3pm – 7pm
Friday: 8am – 2pm
Scott has been working as an osteopath in Sydney since he completed his Masters degree in Osteopathy at the University of Western Sydney in 2002.
Over that time he has developed a keen interest in treating acute and chronic mechanical neck pain, repetitive strain injuries of the upper extremity, pregnancy related conditions (antepartum and postpartum) and headache/migraine presentations. His practice as an osteopath was deeply enriched by his five year employment at the University of Western Sydney where he lectured, tutored, supervised and taught practical classes.
His practice is firmly based on strong myofascial and muscular release techniques, joint mobilisation and manipulation and more gentle positional release and indirect techniques.
Since 2007 he has also been deeply involved in cultivating an Iyengar Yoga practice and he became a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher in 2014. His osteopathic and yoga practices both inform and complement one another and he often prescribes gentle and restorative poses for his patients as a supplement to the manual therapy he provides in clinic. He graduated from a BA with majors in English and Gender Studies in 2016.
In 2017 he begins a new phase of learning as he begins a Masters of Nursing degree.
Scott is available on the following days and times (subject to change due to university):
Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Sunday: 9am - 12 o’clock
Nathan graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Podiatry and has since worked as a fly in fly out podiatrist, travelling within Australia to work with patients at rural health facilities. Nathan has a strong background in sports, most recently playing football in the national premier league in Newcastle. Nathan has a good knowledge of all aspects of podiatry, with his main interest being biomechanics and diabetes management.