ALL NEW PATIENTS RECEIVE: 60 MINUTE MASSAGE FOR THE PRICE OF A 30 MINUTE MASSAGE Remedial Massage Sports & Spinal

Sippy Downs Remedial Massage @ Sports & Spinal

Situated at 9 Ochre Way, inside the new Ochre Health Medical Centre.

Our Remedial Massages treat the body holistically, tracing the discomfort as far as possible back to the original cause and incorporates specialised techniques to locate and aid in the repair of damaged muscles, tendons and joints.

Sports & Spinal Sippy Downs services include Remedial Massage as well as PhysiotherapyPilatesPodiatryExercise PhysiologyDietetics, Group Gym and New You Classes.

Meet the Massage Therapists @ Sippy Downs

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Beth White

Remedial Massage Therapist

Beth has worked as a Remedial Massage Therapist for 10 years. She has a Diploma of Remedial Massage from Nature Care College.

Coming from Sydney, Beth worked with several chiropractic clinics supporting their clients and therapists. She is a past world champion para triathlete and has extensive experience managing high performing athletes and helping them to accelerate recovery between events.

Beth has additional training in deep tissue, trigger point therapy,  pregnancy, relaxation, and sports therapy massage modalities. Beth has managed clients recovering from spinal surgery, sports injuries, stroke and workplace rehabilitation.

Beth is a blind therapist and is supported by her guide dog Queenie. Beth has also worked with Guide Dogs in their community outreach programs, fundraising activities and as a public speaker.

Beth is available for Remedial Massage appointments at our Kawana and Sippy Downs locations

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Parking @ Sippy Downs

There is plenty of parking located in the Ochre Health Medical Centre carpark off Ochre Way.

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