Dr Amy Ryan (Osteopath) who works at Complete Care Osteo in Lilydale located in the Yarra Valley within the Yarra Ranges ShireAmy-USE.jpg

B.Sc.(Osteo), M.H.Sc.(Osteo)

Osteopath

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Dr Amy Ryan (Osteopath) graduated from Victoria University with a Master of Osteopathy. During her studies, Amy had the opportunity to volunteer treat indigenous communities in Healesville and to undertake placement in Milan, Italy.


Amy has also had previous experience as a sports trainer within the Eastern Football League allowing her to gain skills in treating acute sports injuries. These opportunities have provided Amy with the skills to treat a diverse range of patients and conditions confidently.


Amy adapts her treatment approach to fit each patient’s goals and ambitions. Amy not only manages her patient’s symptoms in the short term but also uses advice, rehabilitation and education to achieve long-term results and to empower them to back to doing what they love.


Amy enjoys helping patients from all walks of life, from children experiencing growing pains and sports injuries to older adults looking to improve their strength and mobility. Amy has undertaken introductory courses in paediatrics to further her knowledge and is always looking to further expand her osteopathic toolbox. She is soon to complete advanced dry needling and Pilates courses.


Amy splits her time between working as an Osteopath in her hometown of Fish Creek and Melbourne. Amy has a strong love for the Wilsons Promontory coastline and will be happy to chat and advocate for visiting this beautiful area of Victoria. Amy enjoys staying active and raising her 7-month-old Border Collie puppy named Ellie, which will likely outrun her soon.

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Dr Amy Ryan