760 Glenhuntly Rd

Caulfield South, VIC. 3162

03 9528 3994

Fax: 03 9523 8622


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Dr. Uriel Brener


B.Sc. (Clin.Sci), M.H.Sci. (Osteo), Dip Remedial Massage.

Uriel graduated with a Bachelor of Science (clinical sciences), and a Masters in Health Science (osteopathy) from Victoria University. He provides a structural osteopathic treatment which includes 

  • Muscle Energy Techniques.
  • Myofascial Release techniques.
  • Joint Mobilization techniques.
  • High Velocity Low Amplitude techniques.
  • Dry Needling.
  • Myofascial cupping.
  • Indirect  techniques.
  • Deep and Soft Tissue.
  • Remedial Massage Therapy.

His special interest is Fascial Counterstain (FCS) in his practice. FCS works by releasing restrictions within the fascia of the body. These restrictions can affect everything from muscles and joints to organs and nerves. It is both a direct and indirect technique that is very gentle and highly specific to different layers of the body, going beyond simple muscle-focused therapy. He also enjoys working with sports injuries and exercise prescription for rehabilitation. Outside of Osteopathy, for the past 9 years he has been a clinical supervisor and lecturer, involved in training Remedial Massage Therapists.

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Osteopathy is a manual therapy that aims to assist the body when musculoskeletal complaints occur. Our consultation and treatment is based on our four Osteopathic Principles.

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