How we can help
To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease
Children and Babies
Osteopathy is a gentle treatment option for a range of paediatric ailments and conditions. Osteopathy can help with conditions such as colic or glue ear. It can also help alleviate growing pains and structural imbalances arising from a changing, growing body.
Pregnancy is a time of continual physiological change as your baby grows and develops. We aim to assist the natural process of pregnancy and birth by aiding the body to adapt and align as the pregnancy progresses.
‘It’s just your age!’ Does this sound familiar? Osteopaths take a different view! Yes, age does play a part in the wear and tear process, but it doesn’t mean that nothing can be done about it.
When it comes to sports injury or surgical rehab, Osteopathy is a safe, effective alternative to physiotherapy.
The Clinic Team
With a Masters degree in Osteopathy, Adam has a passion for health and fitness and uses a tailored approach to help people (of all ages) improve their presenting conditions. He believes that a combination of osteopathic techniques, self-management strategies and habit change is a great recipe that supports positive health outcomes. He spends his free time swimming, running, surfing and doing resistance training.
Julia qualified as an Osteopath at the British School of Osteopathy in 1997. Julia has worked in London, Bristol, Wales and New Zealand and has experience across a range of osteopathic disciplines including treatment of sports injuries and working with children and babies. Since returning to New Zealand in 2001, Julia has established the Devonport clinic, lectured on the New Zealand osteopathic masters programme and currently juggles her time between the practice and being a mum.
Administrator and Receptionist
Maxine is the friendly face you’ll first encounter when you call or visit the practice. She is also our administrator extraordinaire, making sure that the ‘back-office’ runs smoothly. A Devonport local and mother of 3, Maxine has been a critical member of the practice team since 2016.