Ryan Everitt

Ryan’s background in sports science, combined with his training in trigger point dry needling gives him exceptional experience and understanding in sports injuries and post-surgery rehabilitation. Ryan has extensive teaching and research experience, having taught rehabilitation and evidence based medicine at UWS for 5 years.

Having trained at the University of Western Sydney and graduated in 2002, Ryan also previously graduated in a Bachelor of Human Movement Studies from UTS.

Ryan's training

  • Bachelor of Human Movement Studies
  • McKenzie mechanical diagnosis & treatment parts 1 & 2
  • Biomedical acupuncture
  • Dry Needling levels 1 & 2
  • Synthetic Casting for the extremities

Alex Kleydish

Joining Allied Therapies at the beginning of 2009, Alex is passionate about the practice of osteopathy and treating all areas of pain. Alex strives to achieve the optimal outcome for each of her patients and enjoys using a range of techniques including both direct and indirect methods.

Alex's training

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy)
  • Master of Osteopathy

Kathryn Ashcroft

Kathryn is an upbeat, perceptive and open person who values the relationship between practitioner and patient as a collaborative partnership to restoring health and wellbeing.

Graduating in 2012 with a Masters of Osteopathy from the renowned British School of Osteopathy, Kathryn continued to support patients as an Associate at the school’s clinic in central London before moving to Australia.

Kathryn has travelled the world volunteering her osteopathic skills to develop and support healthcare in underdeveloped areas.  She established an osteopathic clinic in the mountainous Manang District of Nepal and developed a program in India for expectant mothers to educate women on the physical changes of a normal pregnancy, birth planning and their wellbeing.

Kathryn applies osteopathic principles, coupled with her knowledge of anatomy, physiology and functional biomechanics, to understand the root cause of patients’ discomfort.  She adopts structural, functional, fascial, visceral and cranial techniques as a whole body approach to facilitating your body’s recovery to balanced health.

Kathryn has focused her post graduate training on understanding how osteopathic treatment can support a healthy pregnancy and the early years of a child’s life.  She is also trained in western acupuncture techniques, sports strapping and gait analysis.

Registered both with Osteopathic Board of Australia and the General Osteopathic Association in the UK, she is also a member of Osteopathy Australia and the British Osteopathic Association.

Kathryn's training

  • Master of Osteopathy