Treating the cause of your pain
Back, neck and joint pain
Treating your sudden or long term injuries for the best outcome
Over 15 years experience, across thousands of patients
Trusted by locals
Over 70% of patients referred by satisfied patients
Inlign Osteopathy will continue to provide you ongoing care during these challenging times. We are strictly following the advice of Australia’s federal health department. While most of these hygiene processes were already in place, here are the steps that we are taking to protect your health and safety:
- A complete set of fresh linen for every patient
- All linen washed at a high temperature
- Sanitising of all contact surfaces after each appointment - including door handles, treatment tables, desks, pens and HICAPs machine
- Hand sanitiser provided in waiting room for use by patients
- Gloves used where appropriate
Cleaning of bathroom with bleach solution
We offer joint, neck and back pain treatment
What happens during an osteopathy treatment?
Osteopaths are manual therapy practitioners that focus on the whole body.
Inlign Osteopathy uses a range of manual therapy techniques, aimed to both reduce/relieve your pain and also to treat your underlying conditions that are causing your pain. These techniques may include combinations of massage, stretching, counter strain, muscle resistive techniques, manipulation and also dry needling.
We will communicate our methods at all times, so if you ever feel uncomfortable we can adjust our techniques to suit. You may also be prescribed post treatment exercises, which are aimed to improve your condition faster.
Inlign Osteopathy is fully accredited by osteopathy’s leading bodies.
We also have HICAPS for instant private health insurance rebates. Our South Yarra osteo clinic on Toorak Road South Yarra, near Chapel Street. It’s accessible by car, tram or train.
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Meet our osteopath
Dr Raissa 'Raya' Anin is the principal osteopath at Inlign Osteopathy.
Raya combines her osteopathy techniques with an advanced dry needling qualification, ensuring the root cause of your injury is treated.
Raya has over 15 years experience treating thousands of patients across Victoria. Raya has served on the Australian Osteopathic Association committee and is a clinical osteopath instructor.
Raya also has a Human Movement degree, giving her extra insight into post injury rehabilitation.