Dave chats with Chris and Amanda who are spreading the benefits of Osteopathy throughout rural and remote communities. From Monday 2nd March, The Outback Osteos are travelling around Tasmania offering their skills and knowledge to those living with from pain
Tasmania experience higher musculoskeletal issues than the rest of the nation
Access to healthcare in rural and remote Australia is sparse, impacting a third of Australians. However, those living in Tasmania experience higher musculoskeletal issues than the rest of the nation
With so many suffering from muscle and joint pains in Tasmania, Outback Osteos, Chris and Amanda are on a mission to make a difference in the lives of as many Tasmanians as they can.
In the past year, Chris and Amanda have been travelling around Australia with their dog Ralph to spread the benefits of Osteopathy throughout rural and remote communities.
After successfully running their own Melbourne practice for two years and volunteering in an orthopaedic hospital in India, the Outback Osteos have experienced first-hand, the meaningful impact osteopathy and health promotion can have on an individual.
In the past year of travelling through rural and remote Australia, the Outback Osteos have treated over 350 people and will be working their way around Tasmania until the end of March, visiting rural and local towns, offering their skills and knowledge to those living with pain.
To learn more about where they will be next, follow or message them on Facebook at facebook.com/outbackosteos/