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Dr. Natasha Laurie
B.Sc.(Clin. Sc). M.H.Sc.(Osteo). OA Member.
Natasha opened Hills Osteopathy in 2013 after relocating back to the Dandenong Ranges where she grew up.  Natasha has had more than 20 years of clinical experience in private practice in Australia and overseas and spent 6 years running a successful multi-disciplinary clinic in the inner city.  Natasha has also spent time working in rehabilitation settings overseas with special needs children. 
Natasha treats a wide range of musculoskeletal complaints in people of all ages and tailors the treatment style to suit the needs of the individual patient.
Natasha has completed additional training in Cranio-sacral Therapy, Paediatric Osteopathy and Dry Needling and has a special interest in treating pre and post natal complaints and infants and children as well as chronic headaches, migraines and helping people to manage complex health conditions such as neurological conditions.
Natasha can help you manage all types of pain with use of skilled treatment and advice on diet, lifestyle and through the prescription of stretching and strengthening exercises.  

Lisa graduated from Victoria University in 2004 after five years of study, completing a Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science) and Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). Lisa has worked in private practice in the eastern suburbs since graduating.  She enjoys treating a wide range of conditions for people of all ages but has a particular interest in obstetrics and sports related injury, rehabilitation and exercise prescription.  Prior to studying Osteopathy, Lisa graduated from Australian Catholic University in 1999 having completed a Bachelor of Applied Science – Human Movement, this gave Lisa the qualifications to work as a personal trainer in which she gained valuable experience. She continues to update her skills by attending professional development seminars in the fields of obstetrics and exercise rehabilitation/prescription. 

Dr. Lisa Hall
B.Sc. (Clinical Sc). M.H.Sc. (Osteo), B.App.Sc. (Human Movet)
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