[gn_quote style=”1″]Michael Mulholland is Australia’s pre-eminent practising osteopath, an experienced educator, public speaker and leader in his field. He is past President of the World Osteopathic Health Organisation (WOHO) and past President of the Australia Osteopathic Association.[/gn_quote]– Saxtons Speaker Bureau

Michael has been featured on Today Tonight, Second Opinion, The Today Show & Bright Ideas T. V. programs and in Good Weekend, New Woman, Sydney Morning Herald plus many other print media.

Completing a D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathy) at the Pacific College of Osteopathic Medicine, Sydney in 1984. He was awarded an Honorary Life Membership of the Australian Osteopathic Association in 2009.

Treatment involves mostly manual techniques; soft tissue manipulation, stretching muscle groups, spinal adjustments, gently freeing restrictions to healthy functioning. Taking an holistic approach, he considers the role played by mind and emotions in health and dis-ease.

Specific exercises and dietary modifications may also be recommended.

Clients are encouraged to take responsibility for their condition by developing awareness of how they use their bodies at work and play, and how choices of activity and attitude affect vitality.

Michael has a special interest in foot and lower limb biomechanical assessment and treatment. He also works with an integrative approach to chronic pain management.

Teaching, Board Positions and International Service to the profession.

Michael Mulholland has been teaching and examining in Australia since 1987. He lectures and examines regularly in Europe and South America. Michael developed and teaches an evidenced based, distance education module through University of Sydney, which is part of a postgraduate medical course in chronic pain management. He is currently undertaking the Masters of Science in Medicine (Pain Management) program at University of Sydney.

Michael Chaired the Board of Australian and New Zealand Osteopathic Council ANZOC, which accredits university programs teaching osteopathy and assesses overseas trained osteopaths seeking to emigrate to Australia. Michael Chaired the Board of the Osteopathic International Alliance OIA from 2011-2014.

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