Practitioners

Meet Our Practitioners

Our clinic offers a group of experienced Osteopaths along with a comprehensive group of natural therapists who offer a range of natural therapies from Chinese Medicine, Exercise Rehab Therapy and Remedial Massage Therapy.

Dr. Martin Mamo

Dr. Martin Mamo

Owner & Principle Osteopath

Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science) Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy) Level One – Trigger Point Dry Needling American Dry Needling Institute Certificate in Integrative Systemic Dry Needling in Sports Medicine and Trauma Rehabilitation.

  • Dr Martin became the owner and principle practitioner at Complete Healthcare Sunbury (previously known as Macedon Ranges Osteopathy) in July 2010.
  • Dr Martin has practiced Osteopathy in Sunbury since 2006.
  • Dr Martin has a strong interest in sport, general health and wellbeing.
  • Dr Martin has had previous experience with working with athletes at various sporting clubs and currently has the pleasure of treating some of Australia’s leading athletes.
  • Dr Martin has also had the opportunity to study dry needling in America under the tutelage of Dr. Yun Tao Ma to further his knowledge and skills in Dry Needling.
  • Dr Martin is always keen to improve service offerings and treatment modalities. He is intent on the clinic being able to treat a greater range of medical and musculoskeletal conditions.
Dr. Danielle Baxter

Dr. Danielle Baxter

Osteopath

Bachelor of Applied Science (Comp Med), Master of Osteopathy, Level One- Trigger Point Dry Needling

Danielle completed her studies at RMIT University in 2012. From there, she moved to Canberra to work as an osteopath and gain valuable insight from a large practice there. In February 2014, Danielle moved back to her home town in Sunbury and started working at Complete Healthcare with Marty and the team. Danielle loves working in the town that she grew up in because it is such a friendly community and enjoys seeing familiar faces.

As a healthcare practitioner, Danielle has a particular interest in empowering her patients to reach their functional goals. She uses a mixture of hands- on techniques such as stretching and joint mobilisation, and also works with you to incorporate exercise and movement into your management plan for better health outcomes. As a patient, you can expect lots of discussion about your aims from treatment and helping to improve your understanding of your body, and also lots of general chit chat.

Danielle is currently completing a PhD and is exploring the role of osteopathic treatment in the management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). She also works at RMIT University as a lecturer in the osteopathy department, and is a committee member of the Australasian Osteopathic Accreditation Council. In her spare time Danielle likes to plan her next travel destination (all tips welcome!) and tries to be as active as possible, whether that be running, swimming, netball, softball or cycling.

Dr. Ian Campelj

Dr. Ian Campelj

Osteopath

Ian graduated from RMIT with a bachelor of applied science and a masters in Osteopathy.
Ian first became aware of osteopathy as a young teenager. The successful management of several soccer related injuries led him to pursue an osteopathic education in the hope he could reciprocate the help that he had received.
He has experience treating a wide range of conditions and particularly enjoys helping young athletes avoid injury and reach their sporting potential.
Ian also has a qualification in dry needling, which he may use alongside traditional osteopathic techniques.

Dr. Anthony Mokbel

Dr. Anthony Mokbel

Osteopath

Anthony graduated from RMIT with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Complementary Medicine) / Masters in Osteopath and has recently joined the team on an ongoing basis.  Anthony is an enthusiastic and personable osteopath who is driven and focused on helping his patients towards their health goals. Anthony brings a wealth of experience in injury management strategies as well as training and conditioning for a variety of acute and chronic sporting disciplines.

Dr. Jeremy Ko

Dr. Jeremy Ko

Osteopath

Jeremy first discovered osteopathy through his own personal experience of having been treated and managed by an osteopath from numerous sporting injuries. Jeremy believes in the osteopathy philosophy of holistic care, with using the appropriate management and assessments to find the cause of the problem rather than treating and managing patient symptoms. Jeremy uses a variety of treatment techniques and approaches to achieve optimal results to provide long term alleviation of pain.

Jeremy has an interest in sports, exercise training and rehabilitation. In 2015 he completed an internship in India for SportsMed Mumbai. During his internship he treated, managed and observed a wide range of patients, from upcoming athletes to elderly patients. He also observed leading orthopedic surgeons during consultations and operations.

Activities that Jeremy enjoys doing outside the clinic include, travelling, keeping active outdoors or in gym and playing basketball.

Dr. Ronnie Yap

Dr. Ronnie Yap

Osteopath

Dr. Ronnie Yap is a registered Osteopath who completed a Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science) and a Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy) at Victoria University. His keen interest in anatomy during his prior Melbourne University Science degree is what sparked his enthusiasm and passion for Osteopathy.

During his studies, Ronnie completed an internship program at the SportsMed Orthopaedic Hospital in Mumbai. Here, he worked with some of the world’s foremost knee and shoulder orthopaedic surgeons to help manage both pre & post-surgical patients. Furthermore, Ronnie has valuable experience regarding sport rehabilitation and performance enhancement through his 3 seasons of work at his local football club. Ronnie is also qualified in dry needling and uses a range of treatment modalities tailored to every patient’s needs. He is passionate about setting realistic functional goals with patients to help prevent further injury or re-aggravation of a condition.

With the ability to communicate in English, Mandarin, Cantonese & Bahasa, Ronnie endeavours to provide osteopathic care to patients from different demographic and cultural backgrounds. In his spare time, Ronnie enjoys playing badminton and the occasional weekend brunch with his better half.

Dr. Samantha Baxter

Dr. Samantha Baxter

Osteopath

Samantha completed her osteopathic studies at RMIT University in 2016.

Samantha has obtained a certificate in Level 1 and 2 Dry Needling and Cupping. She uses these skills in conjunction with soft tissue, stretching and joint mobilisation techniques to achieve optimal results with her patients.

Samantha’s healthcare philosophy is to be proactive with the use of a multi-disciplinary and holistic treatment approaches. She likes to encourage her patients with stretching and exercising so that they have strategies to empower them to better manage their pain outside of a treatment.

Samantha has a keen interest in women’s health and sporting rehabilitation. Samantha is involved in women’s basketball and softball in the community.

Samantha is registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency and is a member of Osteopathy Australia.

Jacqui Schultz

Jacqui Schultz

Massage Therapist