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    Dr Harrison Williams (Osteopath) – BSc (Osteo), MHSc (Osteo) Home / Dr Harrison Williams (Osteopath) – BSc (Osteo), MHSc (Osteo)

    Dr Harry Williams’ interest in Osteopathy initially sparked after seeing an Osteopath for the first time. He was intrigued by the holistic approach that the Osteopath took and how effective it was for his injury. This developed an enthusiasm to help people get back to doing what they love after an injury, the same way his Osteopath enabled him to do so.

    Harry studied at Victoria University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Osteopathy) and a Master of Health Science (Osteopathy). Harry’s approach to treatment encompasses education, manual therapy, rehabilitation and biomechanics. He enjoys treating a range of conditions from acute achilles injuries to rib pain.

    Harry has always had a passion for sports – in particular athletics – spending most of his free time training and travelling around Australia to compete in the long jump. Harry’s sporting experience has developed a keen interest in treating other athletes and provided a space for the practical application of the theory he learnt at University.

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