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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.

Meet the Team

Dr Jeremy Jose

Osteopath

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 7 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  relapse and injury prevention.

Jeremy 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. Jeremy participates in ongoing skill development and education to remain at the forefront of the application of treatment and patient management.

Dr Mark Crawford

Osteopath

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 7 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.

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Dr Stacey Mahboub

Osteopath

Stacey is a government registered osteopath trained at Western Sydney University. She has over 12 years clinical experience and believes in constantly expanding her own skill set and knowledge. She has completed numerous extra training courses such as dry needling, orofacial myotherapy and clinical pilates. Most recently, Stacey has enrolled into the Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at Griffith University to be dual qualified.
 
She has also worked in universities supervising osteopathy masters students as well as being a senior lecturer at Endeavour College of Natural Medicine where she has written content, lectured and assessed students in the Bachelor of Health Science (Myotherapy) degree.
 
Stacey utilises a range of manual therapy techniques including but not limited to soft tissue massage, stretching, joint mobilisation, joint manipulation, dry needling and home exercises.
 
When she's not treating, teaching or studying, Stacey enjoys spending quality time with her family.
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Dr Jackson Redfern

Osteopath

Dr Jackson Redfern (Osteopath) graduated from Victoria University in Melbourne. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science and Masters of Health Science. Additionally Jackson also has a qualification in myofascial dry needling.

Jackson is extremely passionate about a wide range of sports. He enjoys Australian Rules Football (AFL), cricket, soccer, basketball, rugby and golf. Growing up Jackson has been dealt his fair share of sporting injuries. This has given Jackson first hand experience in treating, managing and rehabilitating both acute and chronic complaints.

Jackson has previously worked at the Western Jets Football Club who compete in the elite AFL under 18 NAB league competition. His work at the Western Jets gave him valuable experience in diagnosing, treating and managing various sporting injuries. Additionally he is passionate about treating both back and neck pain and headaches.

Jackson really values the importance of exercise rehabilitation. He understands its importance in recovery and its overall long term benefits for decreasing pain and improving function and performance. In addition to exercise rehabilitation, he regularly utilises spinal manipulation and direct soft tissue techniques during treatment.

He takes pride in knowing that through osteopathy he is involved in helping patients achieve their goals and improve their quality of life.

As well as playing and competing in sport, he really enjoys watching sport. His favourite sports teams are the Collingwood Football club, Everton Football Club, Australian Cricket team, San Antonio Spurs and Melbourne Storm.

Dr Jeremy Jose

Osteopath

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 7 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  relapse and injury prevention.

Jeremy 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. Jeremy participates in ongoing skill development and education to remain at the forefront of the application of treatment and patient management.

Dr Mark Crawford

Osteopath

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 7 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.

IMG_20200506_141331~2
Dr Stacey Mahboub

Osteopath

Stacey is a government registered osteopath trained at Western Sydney University. She has over 12 years clinical experience and believes in constantly expanding her own skill set and knowledge. She has completed numerous extra training courses such as dry needling, orofacial myotherapy and clinical pilates. Most recently, Stacey has enrolled into the Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at Griffith University to be dual qualified.
 
She has also worked in universities supervising osteopathy masters students as well as being a senior lecturer at Endeavour College of Natural Medicine where she has written content, lectured and assessed students in the Bachelor of Health Science (Myotherapy) degree.
 
Stacey utilises a range of manual therapy techniques including but not limited to soft tissue massage, stretching, joint mobilisation, joint manipulation, dry needling and home exercises.
 
When she's not treating, teaching or studying, Stacey enjoys spending quality time with her family.
Jackson photo
Dr Jackson Redfern

Osteopath

Dr Jackson Redfern (Osteopath) graduated from Victoria University in Melbourne. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science and Masters of Health Science. Additionally Jackson also has a qualification in myofascial dry needling.

Jackson is extremely passionate about a wide range of sports. He enjoys Australian Rules Football (AFL), cricket, soccer, basketball, rugby and golf. Growing up Jackson has been dealt his fair share of sporting injuries. This has given Jackson first hand experience in treating, managing and rehabilitating both acute and chronic complaints.

Jackson has previously worked at the Western Jets Football Club who compete in the elite AFL under 18 NAB league competition. His work at the Western Jets gave him valuable experience in diagnosing, treating and managing various sporting injuries. Additionally he is passionate about treating both back and neck pain and headaches.

Jackson really values the importance of exercise rehabilitation. He understands its importance in recovery and its overall long term benefits for decreasing pain and improving function and performance. In addition to exercise rehabilitation, he regularly utilises spinal manipulation and direct soft tissue techniques during treatment.

He takes pride in knowing that through osteopathy he is involved in helping patients achieve their goals and improve their quality of life.

As well as playing and competing in sport, he really enjoys watching sport. His favourite sports teams are the Collingwood Football club, Everton Football Club, Australian Cricket team, San Antonio Spurs and Melbourne Storm.

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