About Us

Castle Hill Osteopathic Clinic is excited about bringing Osteopathy into the Castle Hill region, and is looking forward to assisting in health and well being of the Hills' district residents.

Dr Luke Gillogly - Osteopath and Exercise Physiologist

B.Hlth.Sc.(H Mvt), B.App.Sc(Osteo), M.Osteo

Luke Gillogly is an Osteopath and an Exercise Physiologist. He is experienced in dealing with a range of complaints from headaches, lower back pain, neck and shoulder pain, sports related injuries, knee and ankle pain and a keen interest in treating children, which helps him keep his 3 children fit and healthy.

Luke's training gives him an excellent understanding of how the body works and compensation patterns that may further exacerbate a problem.

Luke's has a specific interest in sporting injuries, coming from a athletic background in track and field, rugby union/league and cricket and recently completing and Ironman Triathlon. He understands the demands that the sporting field places on the body and the best ways to optimise the return to the field. Luke also provides bike fitting to assist in improving performance and reducing injuries while cycling.

In his spare time Luke is spending it with his wife and 3 kids or cycling.

Dr Steven Sparavec - Osteopath

D.O(Syd)

Steven graduated from the Pacific College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1983 and has been in private practice since that time.

Steven employs a wide range of skills for client treatment ranging from spinal manipulation, dry needling, joint mobilisation and postural re-education using various exercise modalities. He also uses Ultrasound, Laser and Interferential therapies as an adjunct in his work to assist the overall healing process.

Emphasis is placed on patient education to assist in the overall result and success of recovery. Steven has a strong interest in health and fitness and tries to impart his enthusiasm to his patients to enable long-term results. Steven has completed numerous post graduate courses and is continuing in his quest for further knowledge to give him the leading edge in the rapidly changing world of musculoskeletal medicine.

 
   

Stephanie Graves - Myotherapist / Massage Therapist

B.HSc. (Myotherapy), B.App.Sc.(OH&E), Cert IV Pilates (CPTM)

Stephanie is a registered Myotherapist with a background in workplace health safety and injury rehabilitation, and fitness. She has trained and competed extensively in endurance sports and dancing, having raced at international level in Triathlon. Her passion for Myotherapy derives from her own experiences with pain, and her desire to research how manual therapy can be effective in eliciting changes within the nervous system to promote healing and improve functional movement.

Her training in Myotherapy steers her passion for providing clients with a holistic and facilitative approach to their healing through education and encouraging active participation in their treatment. Stephanie integrates a broad range of treatment techniques into her practice, with a specific focus on therapeutic exercise and lifestyle intervention to encourage a sustainable recovery. Stephanie believes Myotherapy is an effective means for facilitating improvements in functional movement, and maintaining the healthy function of joints, muscles and other connective tissues. She is passionate about sports injury management and prevention, chronic pain management, and treats a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and pain presentations.

   

Adin Clifford

B.Clin.Sc(OstSt) M.Osteo

Prior to studying Osteopathy, Adin worked as an electrical linesman in Sydney. The physical nature of the job led to typical musculoskeletal complaints many workers are faced with. He sought out an osteopath to deal with these aches and pains and had great results. Adin's positive experiences gained from Osteopathy along with his keen interest in fitness inspired him to study to become an Osteopath. Adin is a registered Osteopath and has gained a Bachelor of Clinical Sciences (Osteopathic Studies) and a Masters of Osteopathic Medicine from Southern Cross University.

Adin uses various interventions such as soft tissue techniques, articulation, cranial, stretching and manipulations, as well as empowering patients with appropriate rehab and lifestyle advice. By using a wide range of interventions, Adin is able to cater for all patients needs to provide symptomatic relief and to allow patients to return to their normal daily activities.

 

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