Our Practitioners

//Our Practitioners

Our Practitioners

Our Practitioners 2020-01-09T12:55:43+11:00

Dr Rebecca Burns

Registered Osteopath

Rebecca (Bec) Burns is the founder of Sequence Osteopathy and is a unique kind of osteopath who is constantly challenging herself to undertake further trainings on her quest to combine her love of yoga and pilates with Osteopathy. She is known for her strong hands and excellent problem solving skills for complex and chronic conditions and recently completed a Graduate Certificate in Yoga Therapy. Bec is passionate that she has finally found and refined the perfect solution for giving patients long term positive results through a combination of Osteopathy with Yoga Therapy which provides the framework to create unique home exercise programs.

Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science) 2005
Master of Health Science (Osteopathy) 2007
Member Australian Osteopathic Association

Graduate Certificate of Yoga Therapy (2016)
International congress on lower back and pelvic girdle pain in Dubai. (2014)
Chronic Pain Management Courses (2014)
Advanced Dry Needling Certificate  (2012)
Diploma of Clinical Pilates (Polestar)  (2011)
Level 1 & 2 DMA Clinical Pilates   (2010)
Advanced Pre Natal and Obstetric treatment (2009)
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (2009)
Sivananda Yoga Teacher Training (2008)
Sports Trainer Level 1 & 2
Remedial Massage Therapy Certificate (2003)

Bec developed her strong hands whilst working as a Remedial Massage therapist for the Port Melbourne Football Club and within a gym in Melbourne CBD throughout her studies at Victoria University.

Bec’s passion for yoga landed her in the south of India to complete an intense Sivananda yoga teacher training in 2008. She has a very anatomically accurate approach to teaching and has a keen eye for helping improve student’s posture and alignment.

She has worked as an Osteopath in numerous clinics in Melbourne and Tasmania where she set up a very successful clinic within a Medical Clinic called- Launceston Osteopathy for 4 years. She completed a Diploma of Clinical Pilates with Polestar International in 2011 and has taught pilates at the RACV resort here in Torquay.

Since returning to ‘The Mainland’, Bec has worked at ProCare Sports and Spinal Clinic in Geelong, Karuna Maya Medicine Tree in Jan Juc and more recently at Anglesea Osteopathy after going on maternity leave. She is very excited to be launching her own unique practice within Yoke Yoga Studio.

Yoga, Yoga, Yoga
Infinite cups of Earl Grey tea
Walking the Ironbark Basin track
Spending time with my gorgeous little 1.5 year old boy – Lenny

Dr Rachel Perry

Registered Osteopath

Rachel is a passionate Osteopath who has developed strong skills in treating neck and back pain over her 9 years of practice. A Mother of a young family herself, Rachel has found the area of Pre and Postnatal care to be of great interest and looks to further her studies in this area in the near future. She is passionate about learning and evolving within herself and as an Osteopath. Rachel has also enjoyed teaching Osteopathic roles at Victoria University, Southern Cross University and also teaching anatomy at Deakin University, she would love to do some more teaching in the future.

Bachelor of Science (Comp Med) 2005
Masters of Osteopathy 2007
Dry Needling Course Level 1 2010
Member Australian Osteopathic Association

Rachel is a SurfCoast local who comes from a family of 4 passionate Osteopaths. After completing her studies in 2007 at RMIT in Melbourne she went on to work in Sydney, Byron bay and other towns along the east coast being mentored by some inspiring Osteopaths along the way. After travelling overseas she returned to her home town and has now been home 5 years.

Having grown up on the Surfcoast, Rachel has always had a strong connection to the area, the people and the health and wellbeing of the town. She worked with some great Osteopaths locally before starting her own family. She is passionate about learning and evolving within herself and as an Osteopath.

Outdoor family time
Holidays to warmer climates
Great dinners with great friends

Dr Brieuc Wilmart

Registered Osteopath

Born and bread in Brussels, Belgium – Brieuc discovered the benefits of Osteopathy whilst receiving treatment himself. After graduating with a Masters degree from the European School of Osteopathy in the United Kingdom he worked in England and soon found his niche within the world of sports, with a particular interest in rugby, gymnastics, snowboarding, surfing and Crossfit. Brieuc has a keen interest in the movement of the body and strives to achieve an optimum level within all of his patients.

Masters in Osteopathy 2016

Crossfit Level 1 2017

Dry needling course 2016

Brieuc enjoys the continual learning opportunities that osteopathy has to offer. He finds great satisfaction and is enthralled that every day in practice offers something new to be learnt and understood to a deeper level.

Brieuc believes that a good connection between patient and practitioner is essential so bases his treatment around communication and enjoys building a strong relationship.  His treatment style uses gentle and precise techniques aimed at improving the patient’s health and wellbeing.

When he is not working, Brieuc loves to spend time outdoors surfing and fishing, and if not near the water, he loves discovering Australia’s beautiful nature.

Dr Joanna Hilbert

Registered Osteopath

Joanna is a caring and motivated Osteopath that tailors her treatment to the individual.  Joanna seeks to find the underlying cause to prevent re-occurrence, and enable the patient to self manage in an informed way. Sport orientated childhood in country Victoria, Joanna always had a keen interest in the human body and health. Moved to Melbourne and completed Osteopathic degree at RMIT in 2007. Mentored by respected Osteopaths in Sydney before travelling overseas and finally returning back to her home state.

Working in both a rural Osteopathic clinic and an urban clinic enabled Joanna to gain experience in a broad range of conditions and complaints from big burly farmers to newborn babies.

Bachelor of Science (Comp Med) 2005

Masters of Osteopathy 2007

Member of Australian Osteopathic Association

Pregnancy Considerations and Treatment 2011

Paediatric Considerations and Treatment 2011

Myofascial Dry Needling and Cupping 2012

Lower Limb tendinopathy 2012

DMA Clinical Pilates Unit A and Unit B 2015

Visceral Manipulation 2017

Joanna developed an interest in pre and post natal care early on in her Osteopathic career which she has built on with further training in this area. She is a mother herself to the delightful Harry and Matilda.

Outside if the clinic, Joanna enjoys spending time with her young family, camping in the great outdoors, music and her much loved furry friend Fred the Basset Hound dog.

Dr Emma Gray

Registered Osteopath

Emma studied Osteopathy at Victoria University, graduating in 2014. She has spent the last 5 five years working in a well-known Osteopathic clinic in Carlton North, however, she knew Melbourne wasn’t where she wanted to be long term. Emma loves being active, is a passionate snow skier and is very eager to improve her surfing. Emma loves the challenge of treating every patient differently to get the most out of each consultation.

Bachelor of Clinical Science (Osteopathy) 2012
Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy) 2014
APPI Matwork Pilates 2017
Member Australian Osteopathic Association

Moving to Melbourne from country Victoria, Emma feels like she fell into Osteopathy by accident, choosing the course based on her love for anatomy and didn’t think much else about all the rest of it! However, feels so fortunate that this was the case as she loves being an Osteo and has worked for five years in Carlton before deciding to make the costal move.

Emma believes in the importance of a good practitioner to patient relationship to achieve the best patient outcomes. Her treatment style is very patient dependant, as she loves using a combination of stronger and more gentle techniques when treating her patients.

The beach
Spending time with friends
Supporting the mighty Hawthorn football club

Dr Anna Morrow

Registered Osteopath

Anna Morrow is an osteopath and also a dentist, and although she is experienced treating the whole body, she has a keen interest in treating jaw pain, headaches, facial pain and neck pain. Her dental studies have helped her to gain a deeper understanding of the complexity of such complaints, and she thrives on problem solving tricky and clicky jaws. Following in her Grandfather’s footsteps, Anna has spent most of this year working as a dentist in Broken Hill for the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS), providing emergency dental treatment to very isolated and remote communities in far west NSW. She has loved her outback dental experience and is keen to make her return to osteopathy and the Surf Coast.

Bachelor of Science (Comp Med)

Masters of Osteopathy

Member of Australian Osteopathic Association