2C/282 Brunker Rd, Adamstown NSW 2289
Jacqueline completed her Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) from The University of Sydney (2004). She has a holistic approach to physiotherapy, evaluating the whole body’s connective tissue network to find the cause of one’s pain or dysfunction. In conjunction with traditional physiotherapy, Jacqueline’s gentle hands-on approaches include Myofascial Releases, Cranial Techniques, Nerve Mobilisations, Visceral Manipulation and New Manual Articular Approaches; all of which can be beneficial for acute or chronic pain.
Jacqueline works closely with general practitioners, naturopaths, nutritionists, integrative doctors, acupuncturists and Chinese medicine practitioners, dentists, surgeons, personal trainers etc to help create the best possible environment for the body to heal and maintain optimum health.
Jacqueline has expertise in:
Jacqueline completed courses in France under world-renowned French osteopaths Jean-Pierre Barral and Alain Croibier in Cranial Nerve Manipulation, Manual Thermal Diagnosis and Somato-Emotional Release. She has subsequently completed numerous osteopathic courses via the Barral Institute.
Jacqueline trained in CranioSacral Therapy with the Upledger Institute in 2007. This profound therapy can release long-standing patterns of tension and trauma throughout the body.
She completed a Master in International Public Health in 2010, inspired by physiotherapy experience in Cambodia. She did work experience with an NGO in Geneva advocating for health and education at the UN Human Rights Council. She endeavours to do more towards international public health in the future.
Jacqueline treats a broad range of conditions including: