Dr Toni Tran (Osteopath)
Toni dedicates her skill and knowledge in treating patients to see them benefit from her hands on Osteopathic treatment. She aims to give her patients the best outcome by incorporating a tailored solution to their problem and therefore increase their quality of life. She will liaise and work collaboratively with other health professionals such Specialists or GP’s to ensure her patients the best result possible. Toni is also qualified in using Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy. Toni has particular interest in the treatment of neck pain associated with headaches, pregnancy related musculoskeletal issues and babies.
In addition to this Toni has worked with a number of dancers over the years from multiple dance academies where she has been able to take pleasure in helping them get back out there doing what they love doing best! Rest assure that Toni will provide you with professional high end healthcare. She is also an accredited member of Osteopathy Australia (OA) and registered under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
If you know Toni well, then you will know she is an avid dog lover. She loves to spend her days off with her 2 very cheeky Siberian Huskies – Euri and Kira.
Dr Jack McElligott (Osteopath)
Jack has a strong passion for Osteopathy that was originally found through treatment of multiple sporting injuries of his own. Jack has particular interest in the treatment of musculoskeletal sporting injuries – including taping and bracing, lower back pain as well as knee and ankle related pain. He has a fascination for the human body and it’s anatomy. He enjoys finding ways to make his patients lives easier in order to enhance their quality of life. He has an easy-going nature and will always place his patients’ needs and comfort first. He is also an accredited member of Osteopathy Australia (OA) and registered under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Jack’s treatment style is largely structural which incorporates forms of Osteopathic techniques to achieve the best results for his patients. He uses a variety of hands on techniques including soft tissue, joint articulation, HVLA manipulation, Superficial Dry Needling and Myofascial Cupping release. Jack is also qualified in using Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy for tendon related injuries.
On weekends Jack enjoys spending time with his family and friends, which includes the newest member of the family – little Lenny the Border Collie puppy.
Dr Tatum Barton (Osteopath)
Tatum has completed her Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science) and Master of Health Science (Osteopathy) at Victoria University. She has grown up in the Casey/Cardinia area and is excited to be commencing her career treating within the same region. Tatum is also an accredited member of Osteopathy Australia (OA) and registered under the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Tatum was first introduced to Osteopathy when her mother was suffering from an acute lower back complaint, and it was this initial exposure which sparked her interest in being an Osteopath herself. While being involved in multiple sports since a young age, Tatum has also more recently worked as the sports trainer for the inaugural Officer Football Club Women’s AFL team, giving her first-hand experience about the importance of injury prevention and management.
Tatum’s treating style is focused on a direct approach, incorporating a combination of soft tissue techniques, joint mobilization, HVLA techniques, superficial dry needling and myofascial cupping release. She has developed an interest in treating neck complaints, headaches and acute sporting injuries, along with chronic complaints from desk workers. She aims to tailor her treatment approach to each individual patient and their day to day lives in order to achieve the best outcome possible.
As you know, we are affiliated with the GP clinic next door at Casey Family Practice. Our shared receptionists Gaye, Maree and Wendy will be able to help you with any enquiries you may have throughout the week. Feel free to give them a call on 03 9704 7244.