Osteopaths in Carterton

Registered Osteopath Jane Burns (B.App.Sc/B.Ost.Sc) has worked in clinical practice for over fourteen years in both Australia and New Zealand. She is a registered ACC treatment provider and can complete your new ACC claim without the need for a referral from a GP. Jane is registered with the Osteopathic Council of New Zealand and is a member of Osteopaths New Zealand.

Registered Osteopath Clementine Carnus (B.App.Sc/M.Ost) enjoys treating a wide variety of patients, and believes that empowering the patient to be active in their recovery is the key to their journey towards health. As a long time yoga practitioner she has a profound understanding of biomechanics, injury prevention and management. Clementine is also registered with the Osteopathic Council of New Zealand and is an ACC treatment provider. 

Registered Osteopath Islay Robertson (M.Ost., B.App.Sc(HumanBiol), B.Sc.(Biochem. & Genetics) studied at Unitec Institute of Technology. During the course of her studies she was the recipient of several academic awards, and her Master's thesis examined the impacts of working at standing desks. Islay enjoys guiding patients to self manage their condition alongside osteopathic treatment and uses a variety of techniques. Islay is registered with the Osteopathic Council of New Zealand is an ACC treatment provider. 

Location

Carterton Osteopathy is located at the Wairarapa Natural Health Clinic at 429 High Street South, Carterton (please see 'contact' page for a detailed map).

 

What we treat

Some of the conditions osteopathic treatment can help with include;

  • Back pain, pelvic pain and sciatica
  • Neck pain, headaches, migraines and sinusitis
  • Joint pain
  • Foot, knee and ankle conditions
  • Sporting injuries and rehabilitation
  • Shoulder, wrist and elbow pain
  • Workplace injuries
  • Hip pain
  • OOS or RSI
  • Pregnancy, post-pregnancy pain and preparation for labour
  • Whiplash
  • TMJ problems
 
If you're not sure whether treatment can help you please get in touch to discuss your condition.