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    Dr Tayyar Celiker (Osteopath) – BSc (Osteo), MHSc (Osteo) Home / Dr Tayyar Celiker (Osteopath) – BSc (Osteo), MHSc (Osteo)

    Ever since Tayyar attended his first anatomy class, he’s had a great interest in the anatomy and function of the human body. Tayyar completed his journey through Osteopathy at Victoria University, where he went on to complete his Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science) and Master of Health Science (Osteopathy).

    Having a special interest in sports related injuries, Tayyar has taken part in numerous professional development activities that involve functional movement relating to all levels activity – from heavy gym goers, to weekend warriors or to the leisurely active individual.

    During his University studies, Tayyar volunteered with a sports trainer/physiotherapy program that took care of young soccer athletes – running rehabilitation programs for injury prevention and returning to the game. This experience has given Tayyar insight into common adolescent injuries and appropriate treatment programs. Tayyar continues providing sports training services at Tullamarine Football Club, looking after soccer players and showing appropriate warmups and rehabilitation for injured players.

    As a gym enthusiast, Tayyar also has a great understanding of common gym injuries, with first hand experience of what these injuries entail. With a strong interest in Mix Martial Arts, specifically Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Tayyar spends his spare time attending a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu academy learning the fundamentals of BJJ, to learn and understand the movements involved to help treat Mixed Martial Artists.

    In his spare time, you’ll find Tayyar spending time with his Wife, and on the odd occasion throwing in a line by the bay in small hopes of catching a fish.

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