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Maddy Thorpe

Senior Osteopath

Back in 2016, Maddy didn’t just graduate form Osteopathy at RMIT University – she crushed it! When it comes to understanding and managing pain, she has walked the walk. Her personal battles with cancer have deeply informed her modern approach to healthcare.

Maddy’s catchphrase is ‘whole-person-whole-community.’ This philosophy underscores everything she does. From policy and education to hands-on clinical work, it's about supporting the individual and uplifting the community.

In the clinic, Maddy pours her heart into both hands-on and guidance roles. She is on a mission to instil confidence in our cherished, mature aged community members. It's more than just movement – it's about ensuring they can balance, squat, kneel in their favourite garden spot, and rise from the floor with ease. It's about championing independence.

Beyond that, Maddy has focused on exercise regimes tailored for neurological conditions like Parkinson's disease and Dementia. And for those grappling with chronic pain or central sensitisation syndromes like fibromyalgia.

Remember that 'whole community' bit? Outside the clinic, Maddy collaborates with several non-profit organisations dedicated to elevating pain care standards. Whilst making strides at the grassroots level, Maddy is also nudging (and occasionally nagging!) our policymakers and educators to step up.

Ready to take the next step? Breathe easy and remember: your current situation is not your final destination.

Maddy Thorpe
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