About Us

Your body is a complex machine that is capable of amazing things, but sometimes it may need a little help to return back to its full potential.

At The Whole Body Clinic, we strive to assist your body’s function to be the best it can be. By using the most up to date techniques and combining them with Evidence Based Medicine, we can help you in reaching your wellness goals.

So it does not matter if you’re an avid sportsman, a desk worker or enjoying your retirement days, The Whole Body Clinic can provide care for all your needs with a holistic, individualised approach to get you back to your best.

Whole Body Clinic

Meet the Team

Jeremy Jose (Osteopath)

Dr Jeremy Jose


Jeremy was educated at Victoria University, where he gained a Bachelor Degree in Science (Clinical Science) and a Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy).  Jeremy is also qualified in Dry Needling, which can be incorporated into Osteopathic treatment for many conditions.

Jeremy has been actively involved in competitive sport from an early age including basketball, football, soccer & cricket. His passion for sport has ultimately lead him to his professional career in health. Studying Osteopathy for 5 years and practicing for over 10 years has been key for him in providing effective treatment and management of injury and pain for his clients. 

Experience has confirmed Jeremy's belief that health care is more than just treating an injured body part, and feels this is a central principle that enables not only symptomatic relief, but effective rehabilitation and education that leads to a long term fix and injury prevention.

Jeremy is a government registered Osteopath and a member of Osteopathy Australia, and is also registered with Medicare, Work Cover Queensland and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Jeremy participates in ongoing skill development and education to remain at the forefront of the application of treatment and patient management.

Mark Crawford (Osteopath)

Dr Mark Crawford


Manual therapy was always on the horizon for Mark. With a keen interest in all sports and attempts at Basketball, Lacrosse, Footy and Cricket, Mark realised that he was much better at fixing injuries and improving others performance than improving his own.

This put Mark on a journey that included Exercise Science, which allowed him to build experience in injury recovery and rehabilitation and performance training, a teaching diploma before finally completing his Osteopathy degree in 2011 at Victoria University. Mark uses a holistic approach to your injuries and uses a variety of techniques to help you get back to feeling yourself again. These include massage, stretching, manipulation and exercises to help you prevent painful reoccurrences. Mark also utilises Shockwave therapy for those stubborn conditions, like plantar fasciitis and long-term tendon problems, and Therapeutic Ultrasound and Interferential for your acute pains.

Mark has gone on to assist a great range of people of all ages, including Australian representatives in Lacrosse, Basketball, state level gymnasts, rugby, cricket and football players and weekend warriors that need to finish planting those trees on the weekend.

Mark's Qualifications include Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement), Graduate Diploma of Education (Secondary), Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science), Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy) and Clinical Pilates Instructor and has been practicing for over 9 years.

Mark is a government registered Osteopath and a member Osteopathy Australia, and is also registered with Medicare, Work Cover Queensland and the Department of Veteran Affairs.

Dr Anthony Furney


Anthony has a passion for understanding pain, human movement and psychology. His treatments aim to help patients modify their symptoms to build a more robust body and mind.
In a nutshell, he calms things down to help build things back up. Anthony enjoys working with people to achieve their goals — whether it’s a walk to the shops without pain or to finish a marathon. No goal is too small if it has meaning for his patients.

As a boxing and running enthusiast, Anthony has experienced dealing with pain and injury on a personal and professional level. Anthony also enjoys staying updated with research in physical health so he can offer his patients a contemporary evidence-based path to recovery.

Anthony has completed a Master of Osteopathic Medicine, a Bachelor of Clinical Sciences
(Osteopathic Studies), a Diploma of Remedial Massage as well as multiple physical rehabilitation and pain science courses.

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Dr Mariel Hecher


Mariel Hecher is a passionate and caring health care professional. She has completed a Bachelor of Clinical Sciences (Osteopathic Studies) and a Master of Osteopathic Medicine course from SCU. She has also completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from UNIVAP.

Mariel is able to draw upon her extensive knowledge from her many years of study in Osteopathy & Physiotherapy to deliver high quality hands on treatment for musculoskeletal injuries. She is also a professional footballer playing for Brisbane Roar FC and has gained much experience from injury prevention and management. She has a strong focus on patient education and self-management and its importance in achieving optimal results. 

Mariel loves to tackle conditions affecting any part of the body that can vary from acute to chronic, as well as sports injury prevention and rehabilitation.  

Her treatment is evidence-based with a reliance on osteopathic principles and utilising a wide range of osteopathic techniques and exercise prescription during treatment.

Some examples are joint manipulation (HVLA), joint mobilisation, soft tissue release, balanced ligamentous tension (BLT) and muscle energy techniques (MET). She is also qualified to treat injuries using dry needling and cupping therapy.  Her treatment is suitable for patients of all ages, from toddlers to sporty teens, weekend-warriors and older adults.

Mariel's personal passions are Football, exercise, dogs and a good cup of coffee. Currently she plays soccer professionally for Brisbane Roar FC and Lions FC during the W – league off-season).

Dr Hayley Wardrop


From a young age Hayley always knew she was going to be a doctor. Her physically demanding lifestyle of playing various sports, equestrian pursuits and occupation as a tradesperson, saw her (and others) benefit from the incredible wholistic modality of osteopathic medicine. Thus the natural progression was to study to become an Osteopath.

Hayley is an Osteopathy graduate from Southern Cross University after completing a Bachelor in Clinical Science and a Masters of Osteopathic Medicine.
She considers it a privilege to be a part of an individual’s health care team and is passionate about customising treatment to suit her client's needs and goals. This can be from addressing a current physical complaint, forming part of ongoing health maintenance and wellbeing, or to optimise their body’s daily physical requirements.
Hayley utilises a multitude of soft tissue, mobilisation and articulatory techniques.
When Hayley is not in the clinic, you will find her on the road with her farrier work, at home training her team of horses, at the gym preparing for an upcoming obstacle event, or in the grandstands at a NRL game!
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Dr Danielle Moody


Dr Danielle Moody graduated from Southern Cross University, Gold Coast with a Bachelor of Clinical Science (Osteopathic Studies) and a Master of Osteopathic Medicine and is now a registered Osteopath. Prior to this qualification Danielle also obtained a Bachelor of Health Science degree in Myotherapy, which included extensive dry needling and electro dry needling training. 

Danielle is a strong believer that movement is medicine. She has taken part in a many different types of physical activity and experienced different injuries as a result. She has always found that continuing some type of movement and focusing on an active rehabilitation is very important. Danielle is also a strong believer that patients should be empowered with knowledge on how to manage their injuries or niggles alongside working with their practitioner and should be provided with specific movements to complete outside of the appointment. 

Danielle focuses on assessing and treating the body holistically, and her goal is to not only manage symptoms appropriately but uncover the causative factors. She has worked with all different age groups and people of all different activity levels/requirements - from people who just want to feel better to bodybuilders who need to perform better. 

Danielle uses a variety of techniques that she has obtained through her Osteopathy degree, Myotherapy degree and other courses she has completed over the years such as soft tissue release, myofascial release, nerve mobilisations, joint articulations, HVLA’s, MET’s, dry needling, electro dry needling, cupping, scraping, stretching and more! And as mentioned, she believes patient directed at home exercises. 

She is excited to be able to help guide you on your journey to feeling better and moving better! 


Dr Antoine Rahier


New Caledonia born and bred, Antoine moved to New Zealand for 17 years before deciding to move to Brisbane for a better lifestyle and more sunshine.

Fluent in both English and French, he also possesses a basic understanding of Spanish. Antoine's journey in the field of healthcare began in 2015 when he moved to Auckland to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Applied Science, majoring in Human Biology, at Unitec. Fuelled by his passion for understanding the intricate workings of the human body, he then embarked on a Master's degree in Osteopathy in 2018.

What captivated him about osteopathy was it's versatility. Each day presents an opportunity to treat a diverse range of individuals, from elite athletes to the elderly, and even infants. Antoine has developed the ability to tailor techniques specifically to each person's unique needs, allowing for a multifaceted approach in addressing pain and discomfort. 

Throughout his training, Antoine has had the opportunity to treat a wide array of conditions. This experience has instilled  a deep appreciation for lifelong learning to discover new skills that enable him to meet and exceed his patients' expectations. Antoine has pursued additional training and studies in paediatrics, visceral osteopathy, advanced manipulation, and functional techniques to augment his expertise.

Antoine enjoys helping individuals who experience headaches, sports injuries, pregnancy-related concerns, and paediatric conditions. Having completed a thesis on stress management and psychoeducation he has gained significant experience in assisting patients dealing with stress, anxiety, and breathing issues. He stays up-to-date with the latest advancements in medical research, aligning with his commitment to provide high-quality and informed care to our valued patients.

Outside of work, Antoine leads an active and dynamic lifestyle, engaging in various sports such as Judo, rugby and football. These activities not only keep him physically fit but also provide him with a sense of camaraderie and personal growth and enjoys the challenges and teamwork involved in these sports, constantly pushing himself to achieve new goals.

Additionally, he finds great fulfilment in contributing to the community, particularly when it involves supporting and empowering the younger generation. He actively participates in initiatives aimed at assisting and guiding young individuals, whether it be through mentoring programs, sports coaching, or volunteering at local community centres.


Dr Micheal Langley


Dr. Michael Langley brings a unique blend of experience and compassion to his osteopathic consultations.

Michael's journey to become an Osteopath began as an army medic where he witnessed the devastating impact of injuries firsthand. He honed his skills in trauma care and emergency medicine through studies in paramedicine and nursing, and developed a deep understanding of the human body's resilience and the importance of patient-centred care.

Michael has also participated in humanitarian aid work and in supporting refugees. This instilled in him a unique blend of experience and compassion. These experiences combined with seeking care and management for his own injuries has led Michael to discover Osteopathy.

Adopting a universal approach to health care resonated deeply with his desire to treat the whole person, and not just the symptoms. Michael completed his Osteopathic studies, earning a Bachelor of Clinical Science and a Master of Osteopathic Medicine.

Dr. Langley's approach utilises various techniques such as dry needling, mobilisation, manipulations, clinical pilates, and cupping to address the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction. He believes in empowering patients through education and active participation in their recovery journey, and by guiding them towards optimal health and well-being.


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