OSTEOPATHY COBARGO offers assessment and treatment for conditions such as:
- occupational overuse injuries
- chronic and acute low back pain
- shoulder injuries
- neck pain
- upper and lower limb injury
- sporting and traumatic injury
- asthma and breathing difficulties
- arthritic conditions
- surgical rehabilitation – orthopaedic, cardio-thoracic, spinal, gastrointestinal
- headache including migraine
- digestive complaints like reflux and IBS
Osteopathy is recognised by most Health Funds, WorkCover, COMCARE, Department of Veterans Affairs and Medicare (Team Care Agreement).
EFTPOS and HICAPS available.
DR PATRICK CRAIG
I have been in osteopathic practice since graduating from RMIT in 2002. In 2014 we relocated to the South Coast where I have established a new clinic to provide osteopathic care to locals and visitors to the region. Since moving here we have also developed MESHWORK – a learning platform that explores embodiment as the basis of health.
When attending Osteopathy Cobargo please refrain from the use of scented deodorants, perfumes or fragrant cosmetics. Some of the chemical constituents in these products can trigger migraines, nausea and other neurological symptoms in chemically sensitive patients.
Osteopathy Cobargo is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday and booking is essential.
I encourage all patients to use the online booking form below – this saves a lot of phone tag!
Online booking also sends you text and email appointment reminders.
Please note that you need to make your booking 2 hours before your chosen appointment time.
All new patients should select ‘Initial Consultation’. Complete all the suggested fields and read our Terms and Conditions.
Please note that I do not take calls during consultations and that I retrieve messages on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
PLEASE USE THIS CONTACT FORM FOR ANY OTHER COMMUNICATIONS
ARRIVING AT THE PRACTICE
Plenty of off street parking is available around the building.
We do not have a reception area in the practice – for this reason we have a ‘spot sign’ to indicate when I am with a patient:
RED SPOT = please wait
GREEN SPOT = please enter