Dr Tara Neyland (Osteopath) will already be familiar to most of the MOSIC community from her part-time role behind the reception desk at both Collins and Bourke Street Centres. With the completion of her Osteopathy studies at RMIT University, and year-long internship with Senior Osteopath Brendan O’Loughlin, Tara has now been welcomed as a part of the Osteopathy team.

Tara fell in love with Osteopathy and its thorough approach to treatment and individual patient care, after experiencing difficulty coming back from injury when she was younger. As a result, her passion is finding the true cause of each client’s pain and working with each individual to actively help them find their way back to health.

Tara has an extensive background in swimming, having competed for 10 years, before transitioning into triathlons, where she competed at a national level. Being involved in elite sport has brought Tara a strong understanding of the common injuries and the stresses training places on the body.

Tara completed an Osteopathic placement in India, where she collaborated with physiotherapists and orthopeadic surgeons, observing open surgeries and treating post surgical patients. This opportunity helped her gain invaluable knowledge that she now integrates into her current practice, treating a wide range of musculoskeletal issues, with both direct and indirect techniques.

Tara is certified in myofascial dry needling, and is currently completing a course for treating the obstetrical patient, as she has a keen interest in women’s health.

If you would like to book an appointment with Dr Tara Neyland or discuss anything with her you can: