Anna Morrow




Anna is passionate about providing holistic healthcare through osteopathic medicine, and supporting patients in making the changes necessary in their lives to achieve to optimal health and wellbeing.

Anna graduated from RMIT in Melbourne in 2008 with a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Master of Osteopathy. Her Masters research project explored the benefits of osteopathy in the treatment of pregnancy related complaints.

During her university years, Anna worked as a sports trainer at West Brunswick Football Club, where she gained extensive experience injury prevention, assessment, and rehabilitation.

Since graduation, Anna's osteopathic journey has taken her to both country and metropolitan practices in Western Australia, Victoria, and now in Orange. Through this diverse exposure she has gained experience in treating a wide variety of presenting complaints, in a broad range of clientele, from athletes to desk workers, from newborns to the elderly.


Common conditions treated include ( not limited to):

  • neck pain
  • mid back pain
  • pelvic pain
  • lower back pain
  • headaches
  • jaw pain
  • sciatica 
  • pregnancy related pain
  • scoliosis
  • shoulder injuries
  • tendonitis
  • ankle sprains
  • muscle strains
  • hip injuries
  • arthritis
  • repetitive strain injuries
  • whiplash
  • digestive problems
  • postural problems
  • rib pain/breathing dysfunction
  • foot pain
  • plantar fasciitis
  • reflux
  •  feeding difficulties in babies

Anna has a special interest in the treatment of headaches, neck pain and jaw pain. She is currently undertaking further study in the dental field to help her understanding of the complexity of jaw and facial pain presentations.

Anna is also a qualified yoga teacher, completing her 200hr YTT training in Rishikesh, India in 2014. She is passionate about yoga, and movement therapy, and strongly emphasises the importance of an active lifestyle to all patients, for both the prevention and management of pain. She has completed further training in the assessment and treatment of breathing dysfunction, and often incorporates breath training into her treatments, and take home exercises for patients.






Massage Therapy






Non-Surgical Cosmetic Medicine







Wearable sensors for personalised
management of back pain