Dr Clare Greig


  • BSc (Clin.Sc), BSc (Osteo), M.A.O.A. Registered Osteopath

  • Practitioner of Osteopathy in the Cranial Field (SCTF of ANZ)

  • Member of the Australian Osteopathic Association

Having received regular osteopathic treatment throughout her childhood, Clare embraces its philosophies. Clare began practicing at Osteopathic Sense in 2007 after graduating from the combined Bachelor of Health Science (Osteopathy) / Masters of Osteopathy program.

Clare’s approach as a practitioner is focused on maximising each person’s ultimate health potential through a personal understanding and appreciation of the benefits or osteopathic treatments. She aims to assist people in understanding how daily lifestyle behaviours can contribute to their complaints so they can make amendments or modifications to support their own wellbeing. 

Clare has a keen interest in using Pilates as a tool for improving treatment outcomes, and has undertaken training in Pilates for Practitioners rehabilitation course, where she furthered her understanding of incorporating these techniques into life and the healing process. She understands the importance of maintaining movement and mobility in patients of all ages and promotes the active engagement of all patients in their own health by encouraging stretching and exercise,  of all kinds and at all levels.

Clare has completed post-graduate courses in Cranial Osteopathy, Obstetric and Paediatric Osteopathy, and continues to be active in her personal development as a diverse practitioner.

Clare practises in Fitzroy, Elwood and more recently is enjoying meeting new patients after her tree change to Kyneton in 2017.


Dr Isabel Mettler


  • BSc (Clin.Sc), BSc (Osteo), M.A.O.A. Registered Osteopath

  • Practitioner of Osteopathy in the Cranial Field (SCTF of ANZ)

  • Member of the Australian Osteopathic Association

Born and raised in Switzerland, Isabel's continued fascination with the workings of the human body drew her to Melbourne to study Osteopathy more than 16 years ago, where she completed her studies in applied science and Osteopathy.

The mother of two young kids uses a gentle, hands-on approach to treatment in conjunction with down-to-earth discussion and advice on lifestyle and preventative care for the whole family. With a background in Pilates training and working with disabled children, Isabel has a particular interest in the treatment of infants and children, pregnancy care and chronic pelvic problems.

Isabel also has additional training in the gentle Biodynamic and Cranial approach to Osteopathy and is experienced in the areas of pregnancy, birth and postnatal care for both, mother and baby. Furthermore she is continuing her studies in Obstetric and Paediatric Osteopathy to deepen her knowledge.

Isabel likes to support her patients with lifestyle advice such as work ergonomics at home and in the workplace, exercise, nutrition and other modalities of complementary health care to empower her patients in achieving their health goals and optimal wellbeing. 


Dr Harriette Brescianini


  • B.HSc/B.App Sc (0steopathy) Registered Osteopath

  • Member of the Australian Osteopathic Association.

  • Qualified Yoga Instructor

Harriet is one keen, enthusiastic and attentive osteopath.

This clever lady has been working with us in the big smoke for a while now and we are super happy to share her with our Macedon Ranges family. 

Drawing on her experience and knowledge of yoga, in addition to her osteopathic practice, Harriet masterfully tailors treatments for each patient to support their body’s inherent healing capacity in a safe, comfortable and effective way.

Harriet loves good food, is a super talented drawer of things and overall an ace person to hang out with and chat to.