Dr. Rhiannon Mooren
Rhiannon graduated from the university of RMIT completing a Bachelor of Health Science and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy). During the final stages of her education, Rhiannon conducted her internship at Berwick Osteopathy under the guidance and mentorship of Dr. Martin Ojea. Having completed placement at the RMIT clinic, Rhiannon is eager to further expand and refine her clinical skills and knowledge while working at Berwick Osteopathy alongside an amazing team of highly skilled professionals.
Always happiest active and outdoors, early on Rhiannon traded her netball dress for breeches and took up horse riding which although fulfilling, came with its fair share of falls and associated injuries. First introduced to the Osteopathic profession by her mum, Rhiannon soon experienced first-hand the capability of osteopathic treatments after a string of injuries in her youth which left her sidelined and out of the saddle for an extended period of time.
It was from there that Rhiannon decided she wanted to become that point of help and hope for others suffering from illness, and she has not looked back since. She enjoys treating all members of the community and from all walks of life – from grandparents and children, to athletes and desk workers. She does have a special interest in managing sporting injuries and facilitating safe return to play following her time at the Nar Nar Goon Football Club as a Sports Trainer.
Rhiannon is dedicated to achieving the best health outcomes possible for her patients and as such is soon expanding her training in Dry Needling, Radial Shockwave and High Power Laser therapies. She believes that wellbeing extends beyond one’s physical health and takes a holistic approach to management, addressing the social and mental aspects of one’s experience, aiming to empower them to take control of their health and live life to the fullest.
She is extremely excited joining the team at Berwick Osteopathy as she loves how warm, friendly and knowledgeable all our Osteopaths and the reception team are. Having the ability to learn and bounce off ideas from all of them, it allows Rhiannon to grow her clinical knowledge and skills to achieve the best outcomes for her patients.
If she’s not pursuing her study and career goals Rhiannon is often off camping and four-wheel driving with her partner and friends or spending time aboard her beloved horses.