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Meet 'Osteopath Pat'

Pat Bourke Osteopath City To Surf Run
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"I'm a confessed fitness and health fanatic, but balanced enough to understand life still needs to be enjoyed. Health and wellbeing supplies my zest for life, but indulging from time to time is what also builds a more fulfilled and well-lived lifestyle. Like Osteopathy, balance is the key to a long and healthy life."

Pat Bourke

'Osteopath Pat'

An active member of the community, Pat volunteers as a surf lifesaver at Avoca Beach Surf club and is also a member of the Terrigal Trotters running club.


Marathon running is a passion of Pat’s and he has raced in many marathons including the Boston Marathon in 2019, and competed in the North Face 100 km ultramarathon in the Blue Mountains.


This interest in running and sport has flowed over into his practice where he has a keen interest in the treatment of sports injuries.


Pat uses a 'hands on approach' to treatment, focusses on improving movement patterns to restore function and reduce pain.

Education & Qualifications

Pat graduated as an Osteopath in 2000 from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Science and a Masters of Health Science completed over 5 years. This education was undertaken following his 13 years working as a Registered Nurse.


As part of professional his development Pat has attended many seminars that support evidence-based approaches in the management of pain and injury.


These seminars include:

McGill Method level 1 foundation:

For the pain-free back, Running Rehab Masterclass

presented by Dr Rich Willy and Dr Christian Barton 


Mastering Lower Limb Tendonopathy

by Peter Malliaris.


Pat also holds certificates in: 

  • Level 1 Kinetic Link functional training 

  • Level 1 Kettlebell training

  • Dry Needling Training

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"It's not the mountain we conquer, it's ourselves."


Sir Edmund Hillary