Osteopathy For Newborn Infants, Babies & Toddlers
We Put Your Child's Needs First
Supporting you and your family as you align and grow
Our clinic is dedicated exclusively to helping young families. We provide osteopathy for babies, toddlers and young children for musculoskeletal and neurological care, postural issues, and movement and coordination concerns.
Did You Know?
In addition to 5+ years of study, our osteopaths attend thousands of hours of educational courses, skills training and we apply our experience as parents.
57,438 osteopathic treatments
35 years combined experience
100% commitment & support
16,576 nappies changed
73,984 happy smiles
How We Look at the problem
We examine movement, growth and development issues in newborns, infants, toddlers and preschool children. An assessment may involve screening a baby or child to review progress in meeting movement, coordination, activity and musculoskeletal developmental milestones expected by an age or stage.
Support During the Early Years
Our Osteopaths work with infants, toddlers and preschoolers who have no injury or condition, as well as babies and children with long term health conditions, physical disabilities, growth and movement issues.
Osteopathy For Toddlers & Babies
We offer a range of clinical services to manage conditions or issues, including developmentally appropriate manual therapy treatments and education and advice on activities for maintaining or growing physical skills.
This may include advice on use of certain toys or equipment for movement and other skills needed in daily activities, and education for families on how to position or assist a child with musculoskeletal development milestones.
Would you like to learn more about supporting your infant’s physical development? Read our blog about how to help your baby enjoy tummy time.
We Work With Other Professionals
To ensure you and your child get the care you deserve, we work in association with other health professionals, including general practitioners, paediatricians, maternal and child health nurses, lactation consultants, paediatric physiotherapists, dentists, dieticians, naturopaths, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, and psychologists. This may include a referral to other health professionals in helping support children and their families.