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Craig White


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B.Sc.(Clinical Sciences),M.H.Sc.(Osteopathy)​

Member Osteopathy Australia 
Member Sports Medicine Australia

Craig graduated from Victoria University in 2001 with a Batchelor of Health Science and Master of Health Science (Osteopathy). Since that time he started and built a successful multi-disiplinary practice offering Osteopathy, Remedial Massage, Exercise Physiology, Myotherapy and Naturopathy which incorporated Dry Needling, Clinical Pilates and Yoga.


Special interest in treating:

  • Headaches & Migraines

  • Neck pain

  • Concussion

  • Sport Injuries


Craig established Bayside Headache Clinic to help patients suffering the debilitating effects of acute and chronic headaches and migraines. The continued growth and expansion of the clinic lead to the establishment of Bay St Osteopathy, highlighting the broad range of conditions treated by Osteopaths and allowing us to help a greater number of pateints with a variety of conditions.

The following is a snapshot of some of the post graduate training Craig has completed:

  • CCMI - Complete Concussion Management

  • Trigger Point Dry Needling - Introductory 

  • Trigger Point Dry Needling - Advanced

  • Level 1-4 Clinical Pilates - DMA Pilates

  • Management of Headaches - Dean Watson Headache institute

  • Dousing the Flames - Pain & Inflammation

  • The Spine: An Osteopathic Approach

  • Manual Therapy for the Cervical Spine


Craig is also a co-presenter in Trigger Point Dry Needling courses run by GEMt, a leader in training courses of Trigger Point Dry Needling for practitioners for over 15 years. 


Osteopathy is a gentle and effective form of manual therapy for treatment of a broad range of musculoskeletal conditions. Our treatment techniques are aimed at increasing joint range of motion, blood flow and improving strength to restore normal function and patterns of movement.


Common Conditions treated include:

Back Pain, Neck Pain, Headaches, Sports Injuries, Shoulder Pain, Period Pain, Hip and Knee Pain.


Osteoapthy was first practiced in 1874 by Dr Andrew Taylor Still and has been practiced in Australia for over 100 years. Practitioners are university trained and government registered through the Osteopathy Board of Australia, which is a member of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). The peak body representing Osteopaths is Osteopathy Australia (OA). To find out more about Osteopathy, please refer to the "About Osteopathy" page on the Osteopathy Australia website.




Osteopaths are trained to assess headaches to help differentiate between the most common headaches which originate from muscle tension and joint strain and more serious headaches. Treatment is typically aimed at reducing mucle tension, improving joint mobility and blood flow in the neck, upper back (thoracic spine) and rib cage. Reducing your immediate pain as well as managing the frequency and severity of your headaches long term is the ultimate goal of your treatment. 

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Back & Neck Pain


Osteopathic treatment can help to reduce muscle tension, improve joint range of motion and mobility as well as improve local blood flow to assist the healing process. Treament is designed to reduce the irritation of spinal nerves, improving muscular strength and control and providing advice on how to avoid back pain in the future. Techniques include stretching, massage, joint manipulation, dry needling and home rehabilitation programs.

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Sports Injuries


Osteopathy is a great way to treat sports injuries through a combination of improved joint range of motion, improved muscle function, rebahilitation programs and strategies to help prevent a recurrence in the future. 

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Period Pain


Osteopathy is a safe and gentle methid for managing period pain and dysfunction. The goal of treatment is to improve blood flow, reduce muscle tone (the uterus is composed of muscle tissue) and assessing associated low back and pelvic problems to reduce nerve sensitivity which can lead to more severe period pain. Headaches are commonly associated with period pain and osteopathy can help to address these problems.

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Dry Needling

Dry Needling


Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN) is a treatment technique, which uses small filament type needles to release tight muscles with the goal of permanently reducing muscle pain and dysfunction. Dry Needling can be effective in reducing the mechanical stress on joints in the neck casued by muscle tightness and restriction.

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