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Stillness Osteo

Dr. Kim James


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+61 434 839 831

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1 Pall Mall, Wandana Heights VIC 3216

Meet Dr. Kim James, Osteopath

Bachelor of Science (Applied Science) and Masters of Osteopathy

About Stillness Osteo

Stillness Osteo is located in Wandana Heights, Geelong and is run by Dr Kim James, Osteopath.

Osteopathic consultations are covered by leading Private Health Funds.

Rebates are generally available under Extras Cover.

Medicare Rebates can also be obtained when under a Team Care Plan (Enhanced Primary Care or Chronic Disease Management Plan) as set up by your General Practitioner if eligible.

HICAPS and eftpos/credit card facilities available to use on the day of the consultation.

Ramp Access Available.

Meet Dr. Kim James, Osteopath B.Sc.(App.Sc.) and M.Ost.

Dr Kim James, Osteopath works hard to improve the health of her patients through a gentle, hands-on approach to healing.

With more than 17 years' experience in Osteopathy, Kim uses the original Osteopathic principles of searching for the cause of dysfunction in the whole, rather than just treating the symptoms.

Kim enjoys treating people of all ages and backgrounds. She has extensive experience treating pregnant women, children and babies, seniors, children with all abilities, those with acquired brain injury, and everyone in between. Treatment can be tailored to suit your needs.

Kim utilises a variety of Osteopathic techniques tailored towards the gentler treatments including Muscle Energy Technique, Articulation, Positional Release, and her passion Biodynamic Cranial Sacral therapy.

She is passionate about providing excellent Osteopathic care.

Dr Kim James, Osteopath is AHPRA registered and a member of Osteopathy Australia.

Since graduating RMIT, Kim has completed many post-graduate courses including:

- Biodynamic Phases 1-9

- Biodynamic Treatment of Children 1-3

- Biodynamics in the treatment of the Gut-Brain Axis

- The Fundamentals of Cranial Sacral Therapy

- Visceral Courses 1-5 by Jon-Pierre Barral

- Oral Habilitation of the Breastfeeding Dyad IBCLC Masterclass.

- Biodynamic Approach to Treating Long Covid and Vaccine reaction

Due to her extensive Biodynamic training, Kim has also been an assistant in the teaching of the new Biobasics courses.

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopaths are nationally registered primary healthcare practitioners. In Australia, Osteopaths have completed a 5-year full time University training, in the assessment, diagnosis, management and treatment of many different injuries and musculoskeletal conditions.

Osteopathy is a form of hands-on manual therapy designed to help alleviate painful conditions and increase mobility.

Osteopaths use a holistic approach, looking at the body as a whole, searching for the cause of pain or dysfunction.

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-The body is a whole, integrated unit

-Structure is related to function

- Each system is inter-related

-The body has a self-healing and self-regulating mechanism

What do Osteopaths Treat?

Osteopaths use a whole body approach and may help treat the following conditions:

Neck and pain stiffness

Headaches and migraines

Jaw pain

Acute and chronic back pain

Sciatica and disc injuries

Pregnancy related pain

Postural strain and scoliosis

Sports injuries

Muscle strains

Tendonitis and bursitis

Joint pain including arthritis

Shoulder, elbow, and wrist pain

Hip, knee, ankle, and foot pain

Visceral and gut motility issues

Biodynamic Osteopathy

Biodynamic Osteopathy is a traditional, deeper form of osteopathy, where Osteopaths use their hands to connect with the Health and treat the whole patient.

Osteopaths understand that the body has an innate capacity to heal. Biodynamic treatment requires a light touch to observe and perceive living anatomy. This creates an opportunity for the patient to re-establish their connection to the whole and release tension. Patients may feel a sense of ease and relaxation during the treatment.

Biodynamic Osteopathy was designed by Dr James Jealous D.O. (USA). This post-graduate curriculum recognises that the embryological forces that create our form, also drive growth, development, and healing throughout our lives.

Book an Appointment today:

"To find Health should be the object of the physician. Anyone can find disease."

Stillness Osteo



1 Pall Mall, Wandana Heights

VIC 3216

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0434 839 831

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Clinic Hours

Monday - Friday

8:30am to 3:00pm

Ramp Access Available

Privacy Policy

Osteopathy: Our practice and your privacy

Privacy at a glance

The provision of safe and quality osteopathic care is our principal concern. This requires a strong relationship between the osteopath and the patient based on trust and confidentiality.

Your osteopath regards your health information as confidential. Your personal information is handled in accordance with the practice’s privacy policy and is consistent with Commonwealth and State/Territory law.

You are entitled to know what personal information is held about you; how and under what circumstances it may be disclosed; when consent is required for these purposes; and how it is stored.

We will discuss these matters with you at the time your health information is collected while attending this practice.

Clinical records are stored and transmitted securely and safeguarded against loss or damage.

Access to your information

You have the right to access your information. You may ask to view the information or ask for a copy of a part or of the whole record. You are not required to give reasons, but you may be asked to clarify the scope of the request.

Often a request will need to be in writing. Access to some information may be limited in some circumstances, but in such an event we will advise you of the reasons.

At your request, your health information held by this practice will be made available to another health service provider.

Under the Privacy Principles, the practice may charge a fee if it incurs costs in providing access, particularly if records need to be copied. Typically, it’s about $25 but may be higher for larger files.

If you find that the information held is not accurate or complete, you may have that information amended accordingly.

Parents/guardians and children

Although this may surprise some parents, privacy laws apply to children as well as adults. Under the Privacy Guidelines, a child’s right to privacy of their health information may at times restrict access by parents/guardians to that same information.

Collection, use, and disclosure of your health information

Osteopaths must keep clinical records. It’s a government requirement, and information about your medical and family health history is needed to provide accurate diagnoses and appropriate treatment.

We will only seek information that is relevant to your health. This information is generally collected directly from you or otherwise with your consent. However, from time to time we may receive information from others (for example, X-ray images and referrals from other practitioners). When this occurs, we will wherever possible make sure you know we have received this information.

Some information about you may be provided to Medicare or your private health insurer, if relevant, for billing and rebate purposes. This information generally does not include your detailed clinical records but may depend on the terms of your insurance policy.

There are circumstances where a health practitioner is legally required to disclose information. An example of this is a subpoena or other mandatory reporting requirements.

Generally, workers compensation and traffic accident schemes require patients treated under those schemes to agree their health information can be shared with the scheme and its insurers.

It is necessary for us to keep your health information for as long as is required by law (generally 7 years after your last consultation, but longer in some circumstances).

We will inform you if we intend to transfer your clinical records to another osteopath or clinic, or if we sell or close this clinic.