We currently have four excellent osteopaths at Longbeach Osteopathy.
Dr Tim Kinross B.Sc (Clinical), M.H.Sc (Osteopathy), Member of Osteopathy Australia.
Started Longbeach Osteopathy in 2002 after working for a variety of clinics to build his experience and refine his style under different osteopaths. He has now brought this knowledge with him to Longbeach Osteopathy. Tim is well experienced in treating a wide range of patients, from children to the elderly. His particular interests lie with sports injuries and rehabilitation, as well as dry needling to treat stubborn injuries that haven't responded to other treatments.
Dr Lynly Beaver B.App.Sc (Complementary Medicine), M. Osteoapthy, Member of Osteopathy Australia,
* Lynly is currently on maternity leave *
Lynly completed a three year undergraduate degree and a two year masters degree at RMIT university to become a qualified and registered osteopath. Lynly has participated in and been involved with many of the local sporting clubs. She has also been part of organised volunteer groups working overseas as an osteopath and teaching first aid. Lynly has a particular interest in working with children, the elderly and helping women through the aches and pain associated with pregnancy.
Dr Damian Berenato B.Sc (Clinical), M.H.Sc (Osteopathy), Member of Osteopathy Australia,
Damian completed his five year Masters degree at Victoria University and during his final year he participated in an exchange to the British School of Osteopathy in London. He has a strong passion for sports, with a special interest in cricket, having played for over 15 years. During his studies he also worked with a number of football and netball clubs as a sports trainer.
As a practitioner Damian enjoys treating patients of all ages and likes the challenge of finding the cause of a problem. Damian works with each patient to set and achieve goals and get them back to doing what they enjoy.
Dr Cassandra Bengough B.H.Sc, B.App.Sc (Osteopathy), Member of Osteopathy Australia,
Cassie graduated from her five-year double degree at RMIT. She also works as a personal trainer at Pinnacle Health clubs, enjoying the ability to help people achieve their fitness goals. She has a passion for exercise rehabilitation and getting people moving.
Cassie has worked with many sporting teams as a trainer to aid with acute injury management and injury prevention. She is a keen tennis player, but has a love for all sports and all things fitness.
As a practitioner, Cassie thoroughly enjoys being able to help improve people’s quality of life through movement.
When not in the gym or out with friends, you can find Cassie in the kitchen cooking up a storm.