Reduce pain and keep
your body in tune 
with

Pat Bourke Osteopathy

Welcome to Pat Bourke Osteopathy and Injury Rehabilitation

We are one of the Central Coast’s premier pain and movement centres. Incorporating massage, stretching, manipulation, dry needling, exercise prescription and evidenced based advice into all treatments, 'Osteopath Pat' can keep you moving and performing at your peak. 

What Pat Bourke Osteopathy and Injury Rehabilitation can treat and offer to patients 

Be it a long or short term injury, the following presentations listed below can be addressed with Osteopathic treatment. Massage, stretching, spinal manipulation, gentle joint mobilisation and dry needling is incorporated into your treatment. This offers patients a complete holistic approach to their osteopathic session.

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Osteopath spinal manipulation
Osteopath Massage
 
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Neck and 

Lower Back Pain

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Headaches and Migranes

Osteopath Central Coast Muscle Strains .

Muscle and Ligament Strains

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Pre-natel and

Post-natel pain 

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Tennis
Elbow

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Arthritis &
Joint Pain

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Plantar
Fasciitis

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Sciatica and 
Nerve Pain

In the case of injury rehabilitation, 'Osteopath Pat' also specialises in Exercise Based Pain and Injury Rehabilitation Plans. These can be developed and managed as part an ongoing health and wellbeing plan. Each plan is individually tailored and suited based on age and fitness.

 

And or for those interested in sports, particularly running, at the Back to Heath Centre where the practise is based, a Running/Gait Analysis using state-of-the-art video monitoring equipment can be conducted. Analysis provides valuable information that allows your Osteopath to identify abnormal movement patterns that may be causing pain or impacting your running efficiency.

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Get back up and running as soon as possible with the help of Pat Bourke Osteopathy & Injury Rehab 


Pat Bourke Osteopathy and Injury Rehabilitation is located in the Impact Centre 19 Chetwynd Rd, Erina. The Back to Health centre opened to cater for the growing health care needs of the people of the Central Coast. It’s location, in the heart of Erina CBD, makes it very accessible to many people. The practise recognises the importance of the connection between all of the body systems. These systems include the skeleton, joints, muscles, nerves, circulation, connective tissue and internal organs. A dynamic approach that combines osteopathic treatment, dry needling (acupuncture), and exercise prescription is used in the management of pain and dysfunction. Movement classes and running analysis’s held by our experienced osteopaths are conducted at this centre. 

Health Services offered at Pat Bourke 'Back 2 Health Centre'

 The centre's aim is to help restore balance and improve function in people's lives.

Massage

Osteopathy and Injury Rehabilitation

Incorporating massage, stretching, manipulation, dry needling, professional clinical based advise and exercise into all treatments, 'Osteopath Pat' can keep you moving and performing at your peak.

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Back 2 Health Centre

Exercise Classes

Stay active and keep you body in tune and running well with one of our centres health classes. 

 

Catering for all ages and levels of ability, a weekly or fortnightly session can benefit the the body and mind greatly.

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Running Assessment

'Gait Analysis'

Using state-of-the-art video monitoring equipment  to review performance and overall speed and running efficiency, this professional analysis often assists with identifying potential future injuries involved with highly repetitive body movements.

Is Osteopathy the right approach for you?

Osteopaths are very thorough in their treatment approach. They recognise the important link between the structure of the body and the way it functions by focusing on how the skeleton, joints, muscles, nerves, circulation, connective tissue and internal organs function as an holistic unit.