Dr Patrick Kuhn
Is an osteopath who has two decades of experience working in allied health.
Patrick‘s pathway to becoming a health care practitioner started when he was a student at the VCA School of Dance. He was introduced to Chinese Medicine and Osteopathy through body maintenance and injury prevention.
He first completed a Diploma in Shiatsu and Chinese Medicine in 1994 and then went on to graduate from RMIT in 2001 with a double degree in clinical sciences and Osteopathy. He has been a certified clinical Pilates instructor since 2002.
Patrick has attended many postgraduate training courses in a variety of disciplines. He completed the fundamentals in cranial osteopathy training in 2004 and has attended courses in areas such as biodynamic cranial osteopathy, acupuncture, obstetrics, paediatrics, learning disabilities, primitive reflexes, dry needling, sports medicine, Pilates, Anthroposophical Medicine, homeopathy, herbal medicine and diet and nutrition.
Away from being an osteopath Patrick is a drummer and bass player who enjoys playing everything from Latin music and westt African music, Jazz, funk, soul and RnB. He is also an exponent of Ninjutsu and has been practicing since the early 90″s. Patrick has three children and a wife who are a constant inspiration and joy in his life.
Dr Gage Wild
Gage is a qualified Osteopath who completed his Masters of Osteopathy at Victoria University.
Growing up playing basketball, Gage has an interest in all things sports related. With experience working as a sports trainer Gage has developed a strong interest and understanding of how the body works and the importance of strength and conditioning in injury prevention and management.
His personal experience with his many of his own injuries over his basketball career have highlighted to him how important it is for his patients with to recover as quickly and as thoroughly as possible. He understands the impact pain can have on people’s lives, and always aims to ensure his clients have a full resolution of their injury and can get back to doing what they love.
He loves working with all sorts of people from athletes to the elderly and anything in between, and as an osteopath his goal is to encourage people to take control of their own health combining hands on treatment with rehabilitation and education to help patients feel stronger and more empowered.