With more than 30 years of clinical experience Belinda is still as passionate about osteopathy as from the day she graduated. Belinda has a comprehensive understanding of a wide range of conditions and has treated and cared for people of various ages; from day-old babies to the elderly.
Belinda has found osteopathy to be an effective way to treat simple and complex problems of the neuromusculoskeletal system as it looks at the cause of the problem and not just the area of complaint.
Being passionate about the benefits of osteopathic treatment and management for infants, children and the mother-baby unit, Belinda continues to lecture with the Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation, which she began back in 1996, over 20 years ago. She has also previously lectured at the undergraduate program at RMIT to osteopathic students. Belinda has been a guest speaker on many occasions, sharing her love for osteopathy and the many benefits of osteopathic healthcare.
In 2012, Belinda enrolled in further post graduate studies at Victoria University where she was awarded a graduate certificate in Neonatal & Infant Paediatric Manual Therapy.
In the future Belinda hopes she can continue to strengthen the position of osteopathy in the healthcare sector by undertaking further research in the field of osteopathy and infant plagiocephaly.