Jane Burns (B.App.SC / B.Ost.Sc)

About Jane Burns (B.App.Sc/B.Ost.Sc)

Osteopath Jane Burns has been working in clinical practice for over 14 years both in Australia and New Zealand. She graduated from Melbourne’s RMIT University 5 year double degree program in 2003.

Jane relocated to Carterton in 2013 and founded 'Carterton Osteopathy' in Febuary 2014. 

She enjoys treating a variety of patients from infants to the elderly and has completed post-graduate education in the treatment of babies, pregnant women, sporting injuries and trauma recovery.

Jane enjoys tailoring a treatment program to the individual patient and uses a range of techniques including cranio-sacral, byodynamics, muscle release and manipulation. She believes in getting to the source of the dysfunction in order to help return the patient’s body to a natural state of balance.




Clementine Carnus (B.App.Sc.(Complementary Medicine), M.Ost)

About Clementine Carnus (B.App.Sc.(Complementary Medicine), M.Ost)

Clementine graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Complementary Medicine) and a Masters of Osteopathy. She started studying osteopathy in France, before moving to Australia in 2008 and finally settling in New Zealand.

She was particularly drawn to osteopathy because of its holistic approach to health and well-being, treating the patient as a whole and not as one local symptom. She was always fascinated by the body’s tendency towards self-healing and at the osteopath’s ability to assist in this process.

Clementine enjoys treating a wide variety of patients. She has a particular interest in treating children through to adolescence, sporting injuries and patients with ongoing or chronic pain. She uses an integrative approach to chronic pain management and encourages each patient to develop awareness around the role played by mind and emotions in health and dis-ease.

She strongly believes that empowering the patient to be active in their recovery is key to their journey toward health. Health is not merely the absence of disease, so there is always something more we can do.

As a long-time yoga practitioner, she has a profound understanding of biomechanics, injury prevention and management. She also appreciates the importance of healthy breathing, a healthy diet and a healthy mind.


Islay Robertson (M.Ost., B.App.Sc.(Human Biol.), B.Sc.(Biochem.&Genetics)

About Islay Robertson (M.Ost., B.App.Sc.(Human Biol.), B.Sc.(Biochem.&Genetics)

Islay studied at Unitec Institute of Technology, graduating with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Biology and a Masters of Osteopathy.

During her studies she was the recipient of several academic awards and her Master's thesis examined the impacts of working at standing desks. This gave her an strong understanding of workplace injuries and painful complaints related to posture. Before Islay trained as an Osteopath, she completed a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Genetics and worked in several research groups, both in New Zealand and the UK.

Islay was inspired to pursue a career in Osteopathy after experiencing the health benefits of treatment for her neck and back pain. She enjoys helping patients and guiding them to self-manage their complaint alongside osteopathic treatment. She utilises a variety of osteopathic techniques to suit each individual patient.