Dr Mia Di Ciccio

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Dr. Mia Di Ciccio (Osteopath)
BSc/BAppSc (Osteo)
Member of Osteopathy Australia

My name is Mia and I am an Osteopath from RMIT university. I have always been passionate about physical activity and science from a young age. This led me to osteopathy as I wanted to study the human body and health.

My treatment approach is dependent on what my client needs. I understand that every patient is different, this is reflected in my manual treatment. I am happy to taper my technique choice and style to best benefit my client, whether this is a firm or gentle approach. I enjoy utilising the holistic approach to healthcare. For me, this is what osteopathy entails! I believe that discussing other contributing factors to pain, helps us get to the root cause of the pain. I have found a passion for using movement to complement manual therapy. This led to further training in mat work pilates, equipment pilates (including the reformer), rehabilitation and programming. I enjoy working with my clients to develop programs together that achieve long term, sustainable change where the client can be involved in their healing journey outside of the treatment.

Areas of Interest:

Treatment of any musculoskeletal pain particularly Neck, TMJ & back pain
Rehabilitation of chronic pain
Clinical PIlates
Visceral manipulation
Pre & Postnatal care: Diastasis assessment & Management, Pelvic floor concerns, Postnatal return to running & rehabilitation

Studies Complete:

Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopaty) at RMITI
Dry Needling Level 1
Abdominal visceral Manipulation Level 1, Osteopathic treatment through the pre and postnatal period.
APPI Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level 4 Matwork Pilates
APPI Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level 4 Equipment Pilates.
Mentorship of Movement (Gait, running, lifting, biomechanics, pain science) and Rehabilitation and Programming.

Currently studying Integrative Breathing Therapy, finishing 2023