About Us

At Wollongong Osteopathy, we focus on providing proactive, preventative Osteopathic health care to all members of the community. We have been providing quality health care in Wollongong and the Illawarra for over 18 years.

We are dedicated to offering up-to-date Osteopathic treatment, and forming personal, long lasting relationships with each patient.

We are here to guide each patient towards achieving optimum health, by recognising individual goals, and educating each patient so they can actively manage their condition.

All of our Osteopaths have undergone minimum 5 years of full-time University study, including a Masters degree. Our practitioners are members of Osteopathy Australia and are registered with the Australian Government Registration Board (AHPRA)

Cameron Seagrave

Dr Cameron Segrave – Osteopath

B.Sc, M.H.Sc

Cameron graduated from Victoria University and re-located from Melbourne in 2001. He combines a variety of hands-on techniques such as mobilisation, manipulation, soft tissue release and dry needling as well as exercise advice to help his clients reduce pain and improve their wellbeing. He believes a client’s thorough understanding of their pain and injury assists in their recovery, prevention and recurrence of injury.

Dr Jenny Segrave (Game) – Osteopath

B.Sc, M.H.Sc

Jenny also completed her training at Victoria University in 2001. She also combines a variety of hands-on techniques such as soft tissue massage, stretching, joint mobilisation and dry needling. With over 15 years experience Jenny has developed a variety of strategies to assist patients in their recovery.

Dr Joelle Boustani – Osteopath

B.Sc, M.Osteo

Joelle graduated in 2008 from UWS and was granted membership into the Golden Key International Honour Society, awarded to the top 15 percent of undergraduate university students. Joelle began her career in the western suburbs of Sydney and Camden prior to joining us in July 2010. She enjoys treating various musculoskeletal conditions including, but not limited to, neck discomfort, pelvic and leg complaints. Joelle utilises a wide range of techniques including direct (such as massage, stretches and manipulation) as well as indirect methods (such as strain-counterstrain techniques).

Dr Braedon Kittelty – Osteopath

B.Sc, M.Osteo, M.HNutr

Braedon graduated from Osteopathy at Victoria University in 2018 after completing a Masters in Nutrition in 2014. Braedon is a dedicated and compassionate Osteopath who integrates a diverse range of interests into an individualised and holistic treatment. Braedon has particular interests in treating headaches, digestive complaints, neurological conditions and musculoskeletal issues for patients of all-ages and all-abilities.

Braedon brings a uniquely integrated approach in developing an accurate diagnosis and delivering a specific management plan for every patient. Braedon is dedicated to delivering effective communication in the clinic to ensure his patients have a thorough understanding of their condition and an active role in their own health management.

Dr Kathryn Renton (Freestone) – Osteopath

B.Sc, M.Osteo

Kathryn Renton (Freestone) graduated from the University of Western Sydney (UWS) in 2008 with a Masters in Osteopathy.
Kathryn is a member of Osteopathy Australia and registered with Australian Health Practitioners Registration Association (AHPRA). Kathryn’s treatments are individually tailored to each patient and involve structural techniques such as massage, manipulations, stretching as well as more gentle techniques such as cranial. Kathryn has a special interest in pre and post pregnancy related conditions as well as treating babies and children.
In her spare time, Kathryn enjoys spending time at the beach with her husband and two year old daughter, volunteering with the Australian Breastfeeding Association and looking after her cows.