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.

Dr Steven Spaeavec - Osteopath


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.

Dr Samantha Sherrington - Osteopath

B.App Sc.(Osteo),M.Osteo

Samantha graduated in 2003 with a Master of Osteopathy and is delighted to return to practice at Castle Hill Osteopathic Clinic after spending nearly 8 years practicing in Ireland.

As well as enjoying providing osteopathic care to a full range of people from young to elderly, she has continued to persue her interests in horse and rider performance, treating many equestrian pairs to enhance their straightness and effectiveness in their chosen discipline.

Since going through the rigours of becoming a mother to two young girls, Sam has also developed a strong interest in assisting pregnant and new mothers and babies to function as best as possible in order to help make their early days as smooth as possible.

Jayne Magee - Receptionist

Jayne has joined the clinic on reception/administration and brings a wealth of experience in customer service and administration.

We are extremely lucky have Jayne on board.


Latest News

Are You Suffering From Back or Neck Pain?

Do you have a sore back or neck the minute you get out of bed in the morning? You probably should consider seeing a Osteopath! Read More

What Is the Difference Between an Osteopath, Physiotherapist and Chiropractor?

Are you unsure of the differences between an Osteopath, a Physiotherapist and a Chiropractor? You wouldn't be alone - so Castle Hill Osteo are here to clear up any confusion you may have! Read More

Sports Injuries holding you up?

Do you feel that a sports injury is holding you back.    Read More