Scarborough Osteopathy offers experienced care from professional, fully-qualified osteopaths.

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Welcome to Scarborough Osteopathy, Perth

At Scarborough Osteopathy we offer a patient-centred approach to healthcare, focusing on how the skeleton, joints, muscles, circulation, connective tissue and internal organs function together smoothly as a unit. We recognise the important link between the structure of the body and the way it functions.

Our practitioners approach treatment by incorporating a range of osteopathic techniques, direct hands-on treatment, dry needling, and specific rehabilitation advice.

Any treatment will, of course, be fully explained, discussed and agreed with the patient before starting any procedure.

What we treat:

  • Back pain, neck pain, sciatica
  • Headaches
  • Neuralgia
  • Postural problems due to pregnancy, sports injury, driving, work strain or digestive issues
  • Sports injuries such as tennis and golfers’ elbow and hamstring strains
  • Tendonitis, joint pain and arthritis
  • Pregnant women


New consultation: $145 (45min)

Follow up appointments: $116 (30-40min)

Osteopathy is covered under most major health funds and by Medicare’s CDM (Chronic Disease Management) plans. Treatment may be subsidised by your health fund. We offer HICAPS and Medicare rebated treatment plans for eligible patients. DVA and work cover / insurance claims are also available.

About the Practitioner: Dr. Elizabeth Jury M.Ost

Meet Liz

Originally from England, I graduated with a Masters degree from The British School of Osteopathy, widely recognised as the leading provider of osteopathic education in Europe. I worked for several years in central London before moving to Perth in 2014 seeking a warmer climate.

When not treating patients, I practice the lifestyle I preach. I love being fit and active myself; my passions include kitesurfing, swimming, golf, pilates, running and free diving. Consequently, I absolutely understand the importance of enabling patients to return to the hobbies they love and to help them heal any injuries as quickly as possible. I achieve this through a range of osteopathic techniques, direct hands-on treatment and specific rehabilitation advice.

I am also fully qualified and experienced in other treatment methods such as dry-needling, K-tape strapping and visceral manipulation. I also have experience treating headaches, and can cater specifically for pregnant women.

About the Practitioner: Dr Alex Mann BHSc, BAppSc (Osteopathy)

Meet Alex

Originally from Melbourne, I qualified as an Osteopath from RMIT. My passion for healthcare started in early adulthood after sustaining sports injuries and being exposed to the benefits of osteopathy first hand.

Coming from a clinic in Croydon, I relocated to sunny Perth in 2023, where I continue to enjoy helping patients of all ages and backgrounds. I'm passionate about working with patients to create an individual, goal oriented treatment plan, enabling them to get back to doing what they love without pain. I accomplish this with a broad range of hands-on treatment techniques, dry needling, and patient-specific exercise prescription. I like to treat a wide range of conditions, but do have a special interest in managing lower back pain, neck pain, and acute injuries.

I love the outdoors, so outside of the clinic, you will find me out at the beach, on the golf course, or travelling up and down the coast to find some cracking camping spots!

About the Practitioner: Dr. Madison Pappa BHSc, BAppSc (Osteopathy)

Meet Madi

Originally from Melbourne, my background in competing in gymnastics and dance, coupled with a significant injury and subsequent treatment and rehabilitation, sparked my interest in the body's mechanics. This interest led me to qualify as an Osteopath from RMIT.

Additionally, my coaching and judging experience in WAG gymnastics has uniquely positioned me as an Osteopath well-versed in designing tailored treatment programs that enable patients to continue with their chosen sport. I achieve this through hands-on treatment, goal setting, individual exercise prescription, and management strategies.

My specialized training in various techniques, including myofascial cupping, dry needling, and Pilates, further enhances my ability to provide comprehensive care, particularly for headaches, sports injuries, and lumbopelvic stability issues.

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a holistic or “whole body” manual therapy specialising in identifying and treating mechanical dysfunction within the body, which generally occurs as a result of injury, stress, postural breakdown or disease.

Osteopaths use a wide range of hands on techniques to enhance the body’s function, such as massage, stretching, myofascial release, joint manipulation and dry needling. Your individual treatment will be tailored to you and only include what you are comfortable with.

We aim to allow you to effectively achieve your goals and put you in charge of your pain in the least time possible. Home exercises and lifestyle advice will be given to aid recovery, promote health and prevent symptoms reoccurring.

This means fewer visits to the clinic and more time enjoying a pain free lifestyle ASAP.

Osteopaths are primary healthcare practitioners and are registered under the national registration body AHPRA. Osteopathy is covered under most major health funds and by Medicare’s CDM (Chronic Disease Management) plans.

Osteopathic practitioners can also detect conditions that are not treatable through Osteopathy and refer patients to other specialists.

To make an appointment with Scarborough Osteopathy you can book online or give our reception a call.

New Patients - what to expect:

You do not need a referral to visit the clinic. Call or email us to book an initial appointment.

You will be asked questions about your presenting problem, your symptoms, about your health in general and your health history. A full osteopathic assessment will be conducted involving clinical tests where appropriate. This may involve diagnostic, orthopaedic or neurological tests, postural assessments, movement and functional assessments.

Because Osteopathy takes a holistic approach to treatment, the osteopath may look at other parts of your body, as well as the symptomatic area. For example, if you have a sore knee, the Osteopath may also look at your ankle, pelvis and back.

Treatment options and procedures will be explained and discussed with the patient. If appropriate, there may be a form of hands on treatment, manipulation, dry-needling, K-tape strapping etc.

You may be provided with advice, exercises or education to help you manage your condition between appointments.

Treatment may be subsidised by your health fund. We offer HICAPS and Medicare rebated treatment plans for eligible patients. DVA and work cover / insurance claims are also available.

Contact Scarborough Osteopathy

Contact us to book an appointment, or to ask any questions you might have. We're always happy to chat!


47 Scarborough Beach Rd, Scarborough 6019

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