GV Osteopathic Clinic | our team bkup
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our team bkup


Dr. Tara O’Callaghan

Tara has spent the majority of her career working in Regional Victoria and has developed a great understanding of what makes regional areas what they are, and the health concerns that can come with it. Being aware of few choices when it came to alternatives for care, Tara established the clinic in 2001 to aim to fill this void.
Her main interests in Osteopathy include experiencing the diversity that regional practice presents, Neck and Shoulder Injuries, Spinal and Pelvic Concerns, Postural Assessment and Advice involving the whole family, Chronic Pain and Patient Focused Outcomes.
Outside of the clinic Tara enjoys swimming, getting stuck into the garden and being active. But most of all she loves spending time with her growing family.

Dr. Olivia Fontana

Olivia is another fellow country-bred Osteopath who now devotes her time between here and Melbourne. Her main interests in Osteopathy are treating people who experience neck and back pain, particularly those who experience a lot of these symptoms in this technological age where a lot of people are at a computer all day long. She also enjoys working with people who suffer Headaches, strengthening muscular imbalances and in helping people to maintain full body health.
Olivia also has a special interest in working with people who experience digestive issues and those with Chronic Constipation.

Dr. Kelvin Nye

Kelvin is originally from just up the road in Katunga, Victoria. He is an experienced Osteopath, who began his career as an Osteopath when he established and ran with his wife a very successful practice in Perth, Western Australia.
Kelvin has an extensive body therapy background. He began his career in the health and fitness industry working as a gym instructor/personal trainer in 1996. During this time, he has experienced working with people of all ages and a variety of sports injuries. Kelvin gained his Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy from the Australian College of Sports Therapy in 2000, and has obtained his Master of Osteopathy from RMIT. Kelvin also has qualifications in Lower Limb Biomechanics and Polarity Therapy, and is also a qualified instructor of CST (Circular Strength Training) and Strength and Conditioning.
As an Osteopath, Kelvin enjoys treating a wide variety of many different types of complaints. He values the importance of patients taking ownership of their health, and supports patients to achieve this, in being a strong advocate of prevention being better than cure, and focuses on the role of lifestyle and exercise to promote better health.
In his spare time, Kelvin enjoys spending time with his lovely family, wife Kath, son Jesse, and daughter Holly. He is a man of many talents, playing his lapslide guitar and didgeridoo and enjoys all sorts of exercise, including bushwalking, running, rowing, squash, yoga and meditation.


Debbie Bertone

Debbie commenced at the clinic as part of our Reception Team in 2014. She comes to us having had a previous background in Nursing. She has lived in the Greater Shepparton region for the past 20 years, having originally hailed Melbourne.
Debbies favourite part about her role in the clinic is greeting our wonderful patients that come into our clinic and making them feel welcome.

Melena Martino

Melena commenced in Reception in 2016, having had extensive experience in Reception and Administration roles in Telstra and at Harmony Village Aged Care Facility. She is local to the area, and enjoys family gatherings, musical concerts and most sports.
Melena finds her role in reception rewarding as she gets to have a chat with our lovely patients on their way through to their appointment, and enjoys listening to their comments afterwards of how much better they feel already on their way out.