BSc (Clin Sci) MHSc (Osteo) DipPaedOst (London) GCTE MSCCO
Brendan Atkin has gained Australian and British osteopathic qualifications and is passionate about using osteopathic treatment to make a difference in the lives of everyone from newborn babies to the elderly.
Brendan furthered his studies at the renowned Osteopathic Centre for Children (OCC) in London. During his time at the clinic, he worked alongside paediatricians providing osteopathic treatment to premature infants within the neonatal intensive care units, paediatric wards, outpatient wards in Barnet and North Middlesex London hospitals, and the private OCC clinic in south London.
Brendan and Allison have both completed a number of courses in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and America covering Osteopathy in the cranial field, biodynamic cranial osteopathy and osteopathic treatment during pregnancy and for babies and children.
When Brendan is not at AIM osteopathy, he is a clinical supervisor and lecturer for final year osteopathic students at Victoria University and a member of faculty with the Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation's post-graduate osteopathic courses.
Brendan utilises a wide range of osteopathic techniques, all of which are performed according to your body's need to most effectively address your particular condition.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Clinical Science) – Victoria University, Melbourne
Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy) – Victoria University, Melbourne
Diploma Paediatric Osteopathy – Osteopathic Centre for Children, London
Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation Faculty Member
Member of Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy
Graduate Certificate of Tertiary Education – Victoria University, Melbourne
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