Dr. Mason Webb completed his five-year Osteopathy degree at RMIT. While playing high level basketball he sustained several leg and hand injuries. With the help of his Osteopath, Mason was able to continue playing without too many aches and pains.
He then decided to become an Osteopath because he wanted to help others achieve their health goals. Mason has worked as a rock-climbing instructor for five years. He enjoys helping different body types achieve postural, balance and movement goals, no matter how big or small.
Mason treats all ages and all complaints because he is motivated by helping his patients regain movement and function to continue with their busy lives. He also acknowledges the impact chronic pain and stiffness can have on your body. Mason loves to help his patients take back control of their everyday activities.
Mason holds a special interest in the rotator cuff muscles and sciatica type presentations. He uses dry needling and myofascial cupping to complement his hands-on approach. He understands the need for tailored management and rehabilitation because he wants the best possible outcome for each patient.