Graham Sanders established Westside Osteopathy in 1993 and has been practicing for 20 years. He has completed post graduate studies in America and the UK and also has a Masters degree in Medical Science. Graham runs a general practice where he treats everyone from babies to sports professionals. He has an interest in treating postural problems, headaches, sports injuries, back pain and chronic conditions. He does not believe in restricting his practice to one or two techniques. He likes to get to know his patients and often treats whole families. His professional appointments have included:
- President of the Qld branch of the Australian Osteopathic Association
- Chair of the national research council of the Australian Osteopathic Association
- Chair of the Osteopaths Board of Queensland
He is married and has two children aged 7 and 10, which makes for a busy family life. His interests include all aspects of general health, exercise, movies, going to the beach and reading, especially philosophy.
Joachim Enevoldsen was born and raised in Brisbane and had a background in science before studying Osteopathy in Melbourne. He became interested in Osteopathy because of its holistic nature and the diversity of the manual techniques available to Osteopaths.
He is interested in treating patients of all ages, demographics and ailments and has a particular interest in treating sports injuries and headaches.
Outside of work, he enjoys: socializing with friends and family, going to the beach, climbing, hiking, scuba diving and cinema. He also enjoys going to the local gym where he tells people that he goes to lift weights, but actually spends most of the time sitting in the sauna. He holds two world records in golf. The first of which is "the most balls lost in a single round". The second is "most consistent tee shot", which is ten metres.
He believes that honesty, integrity and respect are paramount. "I believe the person who collects my rubbish should be treated with the same respect as the leader of the country".
Catherine O’Haire is an osteopath with over eleven years experience. She has been with Westside Osteopathy for eight years. She is enthusiastic about preventative medicine and believes osteopathy offers great benefit to all people, particularly infants, children and adolescents.
Catherine qualified with a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Science and a Masters in Health Science in Osteopathy from Victoria University. She has completed postgraduate studies in her fields of interest: pediatrics, obstetrics, and cranial osteopathy.
Catherine’s selection of osteopathic techniques reflects her understanding of the individual she is treating. An application of osteopathy principals and appropriate palpatory diagnosis. Through gentle hands-on therapy Catherine’s goal is to use osteopathy to assist everyone; from new born babies, to athletes to reach their full potential.