Dr Aleks Lazarevic – Osteopath & Principal Practitioner

Since completing his Double bachelor in Applied Science/Health Science- Osteopathy at RMIT Aleks has taken a particular interest in sports injury and prevention and has worked as the Osteopath at the 2019 ITTF Australian Open, 2018 ITTF World Junior Table Tennis Championships and annual Australian National Veterans Table Tennis championships since 2018

Aleks has also completed his Level 2 in Advanced Dry Needling/Cupping and Electrotherapy along with his Level 1 in Kinesiology Rock taping and uses these skills to help achieve better health outcomes for his patients.
Osteopathic treatment is based on the understanding that the body functions as a dynamic unit, that structure and function are closely related and that the body possesses everything it needs to heal and self-regulate. When a person is injured this process can by disrupted. The Osteopaths role is to help the body heal itself.

In his spare time Aleks is an active member of his local Table Tennis club and enjoys regularly competing, he has been a competitive player since 2007 and uses his past and current experience with sport to help aid treatments in his practice
Aleks also loves to travel and to date has visited over 30 countries. He believes it is the greatest way to study life and endeavours to travel more.

Dr Schae Harrison – Osteopath

Schae graduated as an Osteopath from Victoria University, completing a Bachelor of Science and a Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). Prior to this she completed a Bachelor of Health Science with a major in Public Health and minors in Nutrition and Biomedicine. She has also gained extra training in the use of Dry needling and cupping techniques.

During her time at university, Schae gained experience working in massage. Schae’s desire to become an Osteopath arose from her passion for helping others. Regularly visiting Osteopaths in her younger years, she was able to experience the benefits of Osteopathy firsthand.

Schae enjoys treating a wise range of musculoskeletal complaints. She has a special interest in treating neck and headaches, sports injuries and back pain. Schae’s goal is to empower her patients in their own recovery, to help them return to the activities they value most.

In Schae’s spare time, you will find her playing table tennis, music or drawing

Shae looks forward to treating whoever walks through her door.