MOSIC in the media for Osteopathy Awareness Week 2018

MOSIC has featured in the news several times this week as part of Osteopathy Awareness Week (15–21 April). Our director, Dr Shane Buntman, appeared as a guest on a live Sky News interview last Sunday.

And in this article from The Age on Monday, a longtime MOSIC client credits Osteopathy with getting his back pain under control after surgery on a ruptured disc. You can read the full article here:

The one thing you’re forgetting in your workout

Do you have any stories about how Osteopathy has helped you overcome injury or achieve your goals? We’d love to find out. Please feel free to send us an email or contact us on social media with your stories.

  @/mosic_osteopathy_pilates/

 

@Dr_Osteopathy

 

  @MelbourneOsteopathySportsInjuryCentre/

 


Osteopathy Awareness Week helps the community by sharing stories about how Osteopathy can assist people in overcoming injuries and achieving their health and wellbeing goals.

If you would like to find out more about how we can help you achieve yours, then please feel free to ask a question or contact us on:

Active April 2018 at MOSIC

 

April is such an exciting time of the year for the MOSIC community. It signals the beginning of our Active April campaign, part of a fantastic state government initiative whose aim is to ‘promote healthy and active lifestyles and get Victorians to join in the fun of increased physical activity.’ This year MOSIC is offering a number of FREE events as well as participating as an organisation.

Visit the Premier’s Active April website to find out more or sign up for you or your organisation.

For MOSIC, this means taking health and wellbeing to the next level. This year we will be focusing on three key elements to help deliver the best version of ourselves to the MOSIC community, every single day during April:

  • Exercising and moving every day
  • Further refining our healthy eating habits
  • Developing our mindfulness skill set

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Celebrating your success

There are many different ways people celebrate their successes and achievements. At this time of year, it’s traditional for people to reflect on what they’ve achieved over the previous calendar year. And, not suprisingly, there are some common ways that people celebrate and show gratitude to themselves for their achievements. In this article from Tony Robbins’ blog, a few of the most common responses to the question ‘How do you celebrate your success?’ are explored.

You can read the full article here:

https://www.tonyrobbins.com/mind-meaning/how-do-you-celebrate-your-success/

Common themes include:

  • Being thankful and using the success to drive further achievement.
  • Being present with and sharing achievements with family, friends and the people that made it possible.
  • Dancing and expressing joy.

They are all very simple, but a very important part of the process of setting goals, working towards them and, ultimately, achieving them. Without properly appreciating what we’ve achieved, we will be less likely to truly achieve our potential.


At MOSIC, we aim to help our community achieve their goals in health and wellbeing.

If you would like to find out more about how we can help you achieve yours, then please feel free to ask a question or contact us on:

Time management tips to help you achieve more

Maximising our increasingly limited time is a key skill for achieving success in a busy modern world.

Business and life-coach extraordinaire Tony Robbins offers some free insights from his years of experience on this page from his website:

MAKE TIME WORK FOR YOU – TIME MANAGEMENT TIPS TO HELP YOU ACHIEVE MORE

There are some free tips on time management as well as handy downloadable PDF document with a simple summary of the time target zones that you can use to optimise your time management.

If this is the kind of thing that interests you, then this website is definitely worth a look.


At MOSIC, we understand that making time for your health and wellbeing is a key to realising your goals.

If you would like to find out more about how time management can help you achieve your health or fitness goals, then please feel free to ask a question or contact us on:

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick’s leadership revolution

The success of the Richmond Football Club this year has been put down to many things, including a radical change of attitude. Driven by coach Damien Hardwick’s new approach to leadership, it was ‘underlined by self-awareness and self-acceptance of their faults.’ The initiative, outlined in this article in The Age, offers some visionary leadership strategies applicable to a wide range of situations.

They key to team success for the Tigers was creating a sense of ‘on-field closeness and style of communication’ that fostered trust and belief in players with a range of different personalities. Over the course of the 2017 season, Richmond players were each required ‘to reveal themselves and some form of vulnerability or shortcoming or fear in a spoken delivery over about five minutes to their teammates.’ This helped transform them into a high-functioning team.

You can read the full article here.


At MOSIC, we pride ourselves on a team approach to client care. It is only as a team that we can so effectively achieve the best possible outcomes.

If you would like to find out more about how our team approach can help you achieve your health or fitness goals, then please feel free to ask a question or contact us on:

5 things I wish I knew when I started a small business

Melbourne Osteopathy Sports Injury Centre director, Dr Shane Buntman is presenting again this year at the Small Business Festival.

This year’s presentation offers some very personal insights from Shane’s experience as a successful small business owner.

5 things I wish I knew when I started a small business

You can book tickets to this presentation via the Small Business Festival website or directly via the Eventbrite booking page.

Here are all the relevant details:

Event ID: E18699

Presented by: Melbourne Osteopathy Sports Injury Centre

When: 10 August, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Where: Donkey Wheel House, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Cost: $10

 


Dr Shane Buntman is passionate about small business and its value to the community.

At Melbourne Osteopathy Sports Injury Centre we offer a range of allied health services including Osteopathy, Pilates, Remedial Massage, Myotherapy and Traditional Chinese Medicine across two convenient CBD locations. Please feel free to ask a questioncontact us or email us at:

info@melbourneosteopathycentre.com.au

Osteopathy Awareness Week

Did you know that April 16–22 this year was Osteopathy Awareness Week? If you’ve made your way to this blog, then chances are you’re already aware of what Osteopathy is, however many people aren’t, with the practice being still relatively young – in Australia, at least.

Many people imagine that Osteopaths simply crack sore backs, but as you already know, they offer a lot more than this. The industry body, Osteopathy Australia, organises this annual campaign aimed at ‘encouraging the nation to investigate better ways to prevent and manage their pain’.

The campaign generated a fantastic response from the media, with extensive nationwide promotion through radio, online, print media and television, including our own Dr Shane Buntman, who was featured on Channel Ten News last month.

Dr Shane Buntman on Ten News

Ten Eyewitness News – 15/04/2017 from Osteopathy Australia on Vimeo.

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Victoria’s Fittest Postcodes

In this article from The Age, leafy suburbs close to Melbourne have been rated as the fittest in Victoria, as they comprise more residents who exercise than those who don’t.

http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/health-tracker-do-you-live-in-victorias-fittest-postcode-20170429-gvvd5v.html

Using data from Australia’s Health Tracker website, the article includes an interactive chart where you can compare exercise levels in your postcode across Victoria.

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