Meet the team
Caitlin graduated from RMIT University and has spent the last few years working as an osteopath in both Brisbane and Melbourne.
Her passion for osteopathy began in high school after seeing and osteopath helped her recover from a chronic injury and enabled her to return to sport. In her practice Caitlin is passionate about getting to know her patients, finding the source of their pain and helping them build strength and get back to the things they love. She uses a solid biomechanical, postural, and activities based lifestyle approach to help you get moving and stay moving.
Caitlin enjoys treating all kinds of aches and pains and has a particular interest in treating conditions such as headaches, neck pain, jaw pain and sporting injuries. She is dry needling qualified and Caitlin also treats all ages ranging from children to elderly.
Caitlin is our resident baking Masterchef and loves going out to eat! Ask her about her favourite cafes and restaurants! She also enjoys gardening and running along the Yarra especially in Melbourne's glorious sunshine days.
Bronwyn La Brooy
Exercise Rehabilitative Osteopath (Tertiary)
Bronwyn graduated from RMIT University after initially completing an Exercise and Sport Science degree from Deakin University. She is accredited as one of the first Exercise Rehabilitative Osteopaths in Australia!
She has a nutrition and rehabilitation background and has worked with many sporting teams over the last 15 years – with the rowing program at Caulfield Grammar and the football program at Old Carey. She has played a variety of sports herself including netball, dancing, rowing and triathlons and has been addicted to running the past few years, steadily getting her marathon time lower.
Bronwyn has also worked as a tutor at RMIT, as well as tutoring groups of student osteopaths in India in sports medicine hospital. She has dry needling certificates and is an experienced and qualified Pilates Instructor and has over 13 years experience working with complex chronic health conditions and health complaints. She uses the ethos of exercise as medicine so you can stay moving.
Bronwyn is also a tragic Carlton supporter, don't hold this against her, but you might see the scarf making the (very!) odd appearance around the clinic, and is still a little annoyed that Richmond clearly has a few over them now!