South Yarra Osteopaths

Grace Knight Osteopath – South Yarra Osteopath

      Grace Knight Osteopath found her passion for Osteopathy during her 19 years of ballet training and 6 years of teaching. Strongly focusing on the rehabilitation of both her and her student’s injuries, she places an emphasis around whole body strength and further injury prevention applicable to both the sporting and general populations.

      Grace enjoys treating a wide range of conditions with a particular interest around neck and headache pain. She prides herself on her ability to incorporate a number of different techniques into her treatments, including direct hands on skills such as manipulation and dry needling in combination with a more gentle indirect approach.

      She strongly believes that effective communication and an appropriate management plan for the individual patient is key to optimal patient satisfaction. When Grace isn’t working in the clinic, she can be found brunching with her friends and travelling back to her hometown of Yarram to visit family and friends.

Treatment Style: Gentle, Medium, Firm. Massages, stretches and manipulates.
      Grace is available Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.



Lisa Brennan Osteopath – South Yarra Osteopath

      Lisa has recently returned to her hometown of Melbourne after spending time in Brisbane. Here she owned and operated the Paddington Osteopathic Clinic. In Brisbane, she was well regarded amongst health professionals and received many referrals from patients because of her professional and caring nature.

      She prides herself on not just providing a thorough treatment addressing the symptoms, but also uncovering the cause. Identifying the cause of the complaint is pivotal for recovery. Lisa firmly believes education is the key to better health so time is spent educating in language that you understand.

      She loves the challenge of long standing complaints. The lower back and pelvis are areas of particular interest. Treatments are tailored with a combination of direct techniques (massage, manipulations, stretching) combined with gentler techniques to achieve effective treatment. She is experienced in treating children (aged 3 and more) up to adults, sports people to desk workers. She uses a biomechanical evidence based approach to diagnosis and treatment.

      After completing a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Melbourne, Lisa continued her interest in health sciences and commenced a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Masters of Osteopathy at RMIT University. Osteopathy was a natural progression for Lisa given her respect and fascination for the human body and its resiliency.

      Lisa enjoys working as a clinical supervisor for future osteopaths at the Victoria University student clinic. In her down time she enjoys wining and dining with friends and family, and keeping fit by running.

      Dr. Lisa Brennan is available on Monday. If you are wanting to make an appointment, why not jump online and

      Lisa is also available Wednesday and Friday at our other clinic in Camberwell.
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Treatment Style: Gentle, Medium, Firm, Very Firm. Massages, stretches and manipulates.


Amy Coffey Osteopath

Amy Coffey Osteopath – South Yarra Osteopath

Dr Amy Coffey Osteopath graduated a 5 year osteopathic masters degree at Victoria University. In her final year of study, Amy was chosen to undertake an internship at an elite orthopedic hospital in Mumbai, India. She worked as an osteopath alongside a team of orthopedic surgeons, physiotherapists and radiologists.

Amy grew up being treated by osteopaths resulting in her falling in love with the profession. She believes in looking at the body holistically and finding the reasons why complaints are present, rather than only treating the symptoms. She uses a range of direct and indirect techniques including dry needling to encourage the body’s healing processes.

Dr Amy Coffey specialises in treating neck pain, headaches/migraines, shoulder issues as well as extensive practise treating low back pain.

When Amy isn’t at South Yarra Osteopathic Clinic you will find her treating animals at a vet in Bentleigh as an Animal Osteopath. She uses gentle osteopathic treatment techniques on the dogs and cats which is very effective and rewarding.

Amy is available Friday.

Treatment Style: Gentle, Medium, Firm. Massages, stretches and manipulates.



Huan Tran Osteopath

Huan Tran Osteopath – South Yarra Osteopath

Osteopath Dr Huan Tran’s journey into the healing worlds began when his mother and grandmother catered to his curiosity for Chinese medicine, as it had been practiced in his family for generations.

Huan Tran Osteopath is a highly dedicated and skilled manual medicine practitioner having gained qualifications in osteopathy, myotherapy, pilates, fitness, kinesiology, counterstrain and remedial massage therapy. He has completed various postgraduate courses both here in Australia and the US. Furthermore, he has taught myotherapy and anatomy at several TAFE’s and registered training organisations. He is fully qualified and is registered with AHPRA.

Huan treats nearly all pain conditions. He has a particular interest in chronic pain. Your session with Dr. Tran will be direct and to the point with many clients surprised with how gentle he is. He will be able to demonstrate where your pain is originating from and every session will be tailor-made to unlock the underlying problem that is preventing the body from healing itself. This results in a long-term solution. If you are ready to say goodbye to your pain and start enjoying your life again, you are invited to request an appointment today.

Treatment Style: Gentle; doesn’t usually manipulate or massage.

Huan is available Tuesday.