Our team is the key reason why you should choose Back In Health over other providers. Being friendly and professional goes without saying, but our practitioners have a broad range of formal qualifications and life experience to be able to help and serve you better.
Our deep roots in the health and fitness industries go beyond qualifications in osteopathy, dry needling, cupping, and pilates. Our practitioners have solid backgrounds in dance, martial arts, personal training and more, so they understand health and movement on an intimate level that makes them better equipped to achieve optimal outcomes for you.
Dr Jasmine Frichitthavong
B.H.Sci/B.App.Sci (Osteopathy), Level 1 and 2 Myofascial Dry Needling (MMA)
Whilst working as a sports trainer, Jasmine has had the opportunity to work closely with internationally renowned sports doctors and physiotherapists. This allowed Jasmine to gain extensive knowledge on modern treatments and rehabilitation of sporting injuries. She offers a wide range of techniques, including dry needling, combining the best of traditional osteopathic methods and the latest clinical evidence.
Dr Kirstin Guy
B.App.Sc.(Comp.Med) / M.Osteo, B.App.Sc.(Human Movement)
Kirstin is both a highly qualified and experienced practitioner, having completed her degree in Human Movement Science in 2001, and completing her degree in Osteopathy at RMIT in 2007. Her interest in using the more gentle indirect techniques of Osteopathy saw her complete postgraduate training in Cranial Osteopathy and Paediatrics with the SCTF (Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation), and Biodynamic Osteopathy courses for the treatment of children and adults. Kirstin has also completed Pilates training with Polestar Pilates and APMA. She has further advanced her rehabilitation knowledge by completing JEMS courses (jemsmovement.com), and is one of only a small group of people in Australia who are JEMS certified rehabilitation practitioners.
Throughout her career, Kirstin has worked as a fitness instructor, personal trainer, Pilates instructor and in clinics throughout Melbourne as an osteopath. She enjoys being able to combine her knowledge of Osteopathy and exercise prescription to help people understand their health, their body, and how it can move.
Dr Craig Lia
B.Sc (Clinical Science), M.H.Sc (Osteopathy), Level 1 and 2 Myofascial Dry Needling (MMA)
Dr Craig Lia draws from both personal experience in competitive sports and his broad knowledge base to treat and educate his clients about their body in the interest of self-care and injury prevention. His passion for learning has led him to further study in dry needling, manipulation, RockTape, IASTM tools and Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation (FNOR), all of which he can incorporate into his patients' treatment plans. He integrates manual therapy and where applicable, rehabilitation, to create a personalised treatment approach that reflects each individual, their complaint, and their goals.
Dr Jon Marshall (Clinic Director)
B.App Sci (Comp Med), M.Osteo, M.App Sci (Acupuncture)
Dr Jon Marshall’s expertise in Osteopathy, Acupuncture, Dry Needling, Cupping and the Japanese martial art of Aikido has him in high demand both nationally and internationally. To name a few examples, Dr Jon Marshall was appointed the Osteopath for the Australian Olympic Taekwondo team for tournaments in Azerberjian, New Caledonia, Egypt, and more recently Turkey. He teaches Dry needling, Acupuncture and Osteopathic techniques to Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists and other allied health professionals throughout Australia, Southeast Asia and Japan (International College of Osteopathy). Dr Jon Marshall specialises in combining Osteopathic techniques as well as Acupuncture, Diet Therapy, Cupping and Traditional Chinese Manipulative Technique (Tuina) to tailor effective treatments for his patients. He now treats out of Back In Health Singapore.