DR CAROLINE DELANEY Osteopath
Caroline is a senior experienced Osteopath at Macfarlane Clinic. Caroline enjoys working with people of all ages, from babies to elderly, and uses a diverse range of treatment techniques. She has a special interest in neck and back pain, paediatrics, sports injuries and the elderly. She places a great importance in giving each person a complete understanding and knowledge of their musculoskeletal complaints and works to help assist the individual to return to what it is they love doing. This includes using hands on manual therapy and providing advice on factors such as stretching, ergonomics, rehabilitation and stress management.
Caroline is registered with Australian Health Practitioner regulation agency (AHPRA) and is a member of Osteopathy Australia.
Caroline studied a Bachelor of Science at the University of Melbourne which she completed in 1999. She then followed her dreams and continued her studies in Osteopathy at Victorian University in Melbourne, graduating in 2004.
During her time at University, Caroline was a sports trainer for an amateur football club for 2 years, where she was responsible for first aid, assessment and rehabilitation of injuries. After graduating Caroline worked in an Osteopathic clinic in Melbourne’s bayside region for 3 years, where she was involved in a local soccer club as an Osteopath for the Women’s team.