- Rebecca Lovett
- Schae Harrison
- Prue Eddie
Dr. Rebecca Lovett
Rebecca Lovett has a strong focus on all aspects of women's health and after years of continuous study and experience, she is passionate about providing support to all women at every age and stage of their lives.
Pregnancy is not just about carrying a baby for nine months and patients see Rebecca for continued care post-birth and during their recovery to help them gain the best level of health possible.
Healthy mums make for stronger families, and a women's health can be supported in so many ways, including with connections to their local community. Rebecca aims to make every woman feel a part of their village, helping you to regain your strength, manage any pain you might be experiencing and to see you be in the best health possible for you.
Pelvic floors and vagina health should never be ignored and Rebecca helps to educate patients with tips on how to have a strong pelvic floor.
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Dr. Schae Harrison
Schae graduated as an Osteopath from Victoria University in 2022, completing a Bachelor of Science(Osteopathy) and Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). Prior to this she completed a Bachelor ofHealth Science with a major in Public Health and minors in Nutrition and Biomedicine. She recentlygained extra training in the use of Dry needling and cupping techniques.
During her time at university, Schae gained experience working in massage. Schae’s desire tobecome an Osteopath arose from her passion for helping others. Regularly visiting Osteopaths in heryounger years, she was able to experience the benefits of Osteopathy firsthand.Schae enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal complaints. She has a special interest intreating neck and headache, sports injuries, and back pain.
Schae’s goal is to empower her patientsin their own recovery, to help them return to the activities they value most.In Schae’s spare time, you will find her playing table tennis, playing music or drawing.Schae looks forward to treating whoever walks through her door.
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Dr. Prue Eddie
Prue has currently had a change of schedule. If you would like to make an appointment, please call the clinic to make a time.
I feel lucky to wake up every day and get to work with people to explore what health and wellbeing means to them. This is achieved via dividing my time between working in private practice and mentoring our team. In addition, I teach on a number of post-graduate osteopathic training programs, sharing this experience with osteopathic students and qualified Osteopaths alike.
In addition in 2018, I have travelled around Australia presenting a workshop on treating postnatal women to various health professionals. This is a passion of mine, as postnatal women often receive underwhelming care, as there is an increased emphasis on their baby.
My undergraduate training and Masters project was completed at RMIT University in 2007. With an ongoing commitment to further osteopathic education, I undertook further study completing a Graduate Certificate in Neonatal and Paediatric Manual Therapy at Victoria University in 2012. Mentoring osteopathic students to prepare for clinical practice is an important part of professional and clinic life, it motivates and challenges me to continually reflect on my skills and better myself and inspire those around me.
From 2011-2018, I have been fortunate to be the Australian Course Co-ordinator for the Australian Research College of Osteopathic Medicine (ARCOM, who run training for registered Osteopaths. Additionally, I’m a faculty and Board Member for the Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation of Australia and New Zealand. As a professional member of Osteopathy Australia and the Australian Breastfeeding Association, I undertake regular ongoing education and maintain national registration with the Osteopathy Board of Australia.
Following graduation I moved to New Zealand and was mentored by a highly experienced team of Internationally recognised Osteopaths. Following returning to Melbourne in 2010 and marrying my husband Michael, I now feel at home in the Yarra Valley and love being at Koru. In my downtime, I enjoy spending time with my 2 dogs Falko and Saffy, hiking, scuba diving, travelling and practising my German language skills.
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