David Moor has been in clinical practice for more than 40 years, having graduated from the NSW College of Osteopathy in 1978.

He completed the foreign doctors training course in acupuncture at Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China in 1982, and completed a Master of Clinical Practice degree in 1991. He is registered by Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency as both an Osteopath and a Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Acupuncturist.

He served as the osteopathic representative on the NSW Chiropractors and Osteopaths Registration Board from 1991 to 1998. David has been involved in the development of undergraduate and postgraduate osteopathic programs at several Australian universities and has a long history as an educator in this field.

David uses a diversified approach in his treatment and management of pain and structural problems. He has a long-standing interest in management of sports injuries and treatment of temporomandibular disorder (TMD). David frequently uses acupuncture in his management of neuromusculoskeletal disorders and incorporates Dolorclast Radial Shock Wave Therapy in his management of tendinopathies.

He believes in a collaborative approach to management of complex conditions. David is a proud parent, keen surfer, lap swimmer, some time novelist and ardent garage band musician.

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Peter trained at the British School of Osteopathy in London, graduating in 1990, and has been in private practice in Sydney since 1992. He was an associate lecturer on the Masters in Osteopathy course at the University of Western Sydney for 8 years, and and was co-author of "The Little Back Book" .

Peter employs a broad range of osteopathic techniques in practice, and has a particular interest in the treatment of neck pain and headaches. He is an avid motorcyclist and mountain-biker. Peter has recently taken up surfing which is a work in progress.


BSc(Hons), DO, DC, PhD

Roger has been an Osteopath for over 35 years working in both rural and urban settings in Australia and overseas. He returned to Sydney in 2001 to take up the position of Director of Clinics at Macquarie University, a position he held until 2006 when he decided to step-down and focus more on clinical research. Roger holds an academic appointment as Senior Lecturer at Macquarie University and Adjunct Professional Fellow at Southern Cross University.

He was awarded a PhD in 2012 for his work on the effect of manual therapy in the management of chronic respiratory disease. He has authored a number of publications including a book (co-author) entitled ‘An A-Z of Symptoms and Signs’, various book chapters and journal articles and is a regular speaker at national and international conferences.

Roger treats a broad range of patients from the very young to the not quite so young. He has an interest in a variety of conditions especially those related to the respiratory system and healthy ageing.

He is the father of two grown up children, step-father to two twenty-plus year old hulks, and keeper of a robust sense of humour.