Peak Osteopathy | Peak Osteopathy, Hawthorn, Practitioners
Highly experienced Osteopath in Hawthorn, Victoria. We provide you with an osteopathic experience that leads you to better health – to reach your peak. We treat: Lower back pain, Hip pain, Sports injuries, Joint pain, Pre and post natal care, Acute and chronic pain, Post operative management, Neck pain, Shoulder pain, Headaches, migraines and jaw pain, Tendinopathies, Workplace injuries, Nerve pain, Rehabilitation.
Osteo, Osteopath, osteopathy, Hawthorn, Camberwell, Kew, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Back pain, Neck Pain, workplace injury, physical peak, headaches, musculoskeletal condition, arthritis, aches and pains, back pain during pregnancy, sporting injury, recovery, injury, Nick Brasher, Damien Ryan, Michelle Davids, Belle Picco, massage, massage therapist, myotherapy, myotherapist, 233 Auburn Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122. T: (03) 9813 1016
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Brad Graf

Brad Graf

Myotherapist

Dip RM/AdvDip (Myotherapy)

 

Brad graduated from RMIT in 2015 with a Diploma of Remedial Massage and an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy. He is a member of Myotherapy Association Australia and is currently furthering his studies at RMIT to become an Osteopath.

 

Brad enjoys treating people from all walks of life, from desk workers to elite athletes. He has experience working with professional basketballers, tennis players and Olympic weight lifters.  Brad is currently working as a sports trainer/myotherapist for the Old Xavierians Football Club in the VAFA and the Box Hill Hawks Football Club in the VFL.  These positions, in addition to his role at Peak, allow Brad to further his passion for getting people moving pain free and helping them reach their full potential through manual therapy.

A session with Brad will include a thorough assessment, testing and hands on treatment. Some of his techniques include deep tissue massage, cupping, dry needling, myofascial release and corrective taping. He has a keen interest in neck and shoulder issues.

In his spare time Brad can be found in his local gym or watching the rugby. It was his own involvement in amateur rugby that sparked his passion for sport, human movement and rehabilitation.