Madeline Sherlock - Osteopath


Madeline is a qualified Osteopath from Victoria University. Madeline treats a range of musculoskeletal conditions; regardless of the individuals age, type or mechanism of injury. She has a varied technique approach to address both acute and chronic injuries which may include soft tissue massage, stretching, articulation and mobilisation. Madeline has a particular interest in paediatrics and women’s health, of which she can now personally relate to after the birth of her daughter in 2017 and has also completed post-graduate study in these areas. She is able to perform dry needling and is also familiar with Pilates and incorporating it with exercise prescription and management.

Her main goal in treating and managing people Osteopathically is to enable patients to reach their optimum health; including becoming pain-free and returning to their pre-injury activities. Madeline believes that taking care of her own health and well-being is an important aspect to being a worthy practitioner.

Danielle MacIntyre – Osteopath

Danielle Mac Intyre – OsteopathDanielle is a qualified osteopath after graduating from RMIT University. Danielle had the opportunity to treat as an intern here at Osteo For Families in her final fifth year of university. In her final years of study Danielle also treated in India for a month. Working with knee and shoulder surgeons, giving her a greater understanding of post-surgery rehabilitation.

Danielle has a long sporting background, playing netball, football, tennis, basketball and swimming. She wanted to become an Osteopath through personal experience from sporting injuries and her desire to help others.

She is passionate about promoting overall wellbeing and is committed to helping her patients achieve their functional goals and maintain a good quality of life.

Danielle is interested in treating a wide range of conditions in various age groups, particularly ankle injuries and women’s health. Danielle has a strong interest in paediatrics which sees her wanting to continue further studies in the near future.

When Danielle is not working, she enjoys travelling, regular exercise, going to the beach and spending time with family and friends.

Dr Sonia Wainberg - Osteopath

sonia-wainbergDr. Sonia Wainberg is a passionate and committed osteopath and her personal values align with the philosophies and principles of osteopathy. She enjoys helping her patients move through their lives pain-free and as functionally as possible by using a wide range of osteopathic treatment techniques. Sonia is dedicated to helping you improve your overall health with a caring, holistic and individualised approach.

Sonia graduated from Southern Cross University (SCU) with a Bachelor of Clinical Sciences and a Master of Osteopathic Medicine. Prior to becoming an Osteopath, Sonia was a Remedial Massage Therapist in Melbourne for many years.

Since graduating, Sonia has undertaken further studies to add to her repertoire of skills including: Management of Breathing Dysfunction, Management of Low Back Pain, Osteopathy in the Cranial Field and Balanced Ligamentous Tension Technique. Sonia also has a special interest in osteopathic treatment for infants and children and has undertaken extra study in this area.

Outside of the clinic, Sonia is doing yoga, rock climbing, cycling her red racer around town or getting out to the hills for a walk or the coast for a surf when she can. Sonia has also traveled around a bit and loves to hear about where you may have been to give her ideas for future trips!

Dr. Sonia Wainberg (Osteopath) is a member of the Australian Osteopathic Association (AOA), and is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

Dr Carly Broadbent - Osteopath

B.Sc (Clin.Sc)., M.H.Sc (Osteopath).,
Member of the A.O.A

carly-broadbent-web-osteopathHaving worked in clinics throughout Townsville, Brisbane and Melbourne Carly decided a clinic such as Osteo for Families was in order. This clinic caters for families where the whole family’s health is taken seriously. Dr Carly Broadbent is a qualified Osteopath having graduated from Victoria University in 2002 after 5 years of study. Once finishing her studies, Carly moved to Queensland where she gained valuable experience working with a variety of patients from newborns to elite athletes.

Carly has a keen interest in treating children and having three of her own boys she knows how children can benefit from osteopathy with all their bumps and physical activity. Carly has pursued her interest in the treatment of children by studying a post graduate course in neonatal and infant diagnosis and management.

Carly has also completed studies in Osteopathy in the cranial field and Biodynamics.

Carly embraces the osteopathic philosophy of ‘find the cause of the problem and fix it’ that way patients should not have to keep coming back. To do so each patient is individually catered for where Carly uses a variety of different techniques suited to each patient and their condition.

Other than chasing her three young boys, Carly loves Crossfit, netball, surf boat rowing (though not in Melbourne), cake decorating and has no choice but to barrack for the Magpies!

Our Clinic

Osteo for Families offers a gentle form of manual medicine known as Osteopathy

Osteopathy is suited for children and adults of all ages to help relieve symptoms for:


  • Neck & back pain
  • Headaches
  • Sciatica
  • Reflux
  • Feeding issues

We at Osteo For Families take pride in our clinic to ensure you will feel welcome and comfortable from your very first visit. At our Diamond Creek and Darwin clinic our Osteopaths have experience using gentle, safe Osteopathy techniques suitable for everyone, including babies, pregnant women and the elderly.

Our clinic has been designed with families; specifically children in mind, so mum can be treated whilst children are able to play with toys provided.

At our clinic, our practitioners work hard to ensure that you receive clear and concise information regarding your diagnosis and the treatment options we offer. All options will be discussed in plain language, and the science underlying the procedures and adjustments clearly explained.

For professional treatment for Low back pain, Sciatica, Neck pain, Whiplash, Headaches, Migraines, Shoulder pain, Growing pains, Reflux, Colic, Pregnancy related conditions, Postnatal problems, Scoliosis, Sporting injuries, Sprain or Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), call Osteo For Families on 0416 161 411 today.

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Osteo for Families – Diamond Creek

2 Cockatoo Court
Diamond Creek, VIC 3089
Phone: 0416 161 411

Located 1km from St Helena Marketplace, convenient for Greensborough, Diamond Creek, Eltham, Research, Montmorency and Plenty residents.

Osteopath helping people in Mill Park, Bundoora, Viewbank, Yallambie, Watsonia, Watsonia North, Briar Hill, St Helena, Yarrambat, Lower Plenty, Montmorency, Eltham North, Wattle Glen, Kangaroo Ground. Act now to improve your physical wellbeing.

Osteo for Families – Fannie Bay

8 Cooper Street
Fannie Bay, NT 0820

Enter from Playford Street.

Appointments available Tuesdays and Thursdays during school hours.

Osteopath helping people in lawa, Brinkin, Casuarina, Jingili, Lee Point, Millner, Moil, Nakara, Nightcliff, Rapid Creek, Tiwi, Wagaman, Wanguri, Karama, Leanyer, Malak, Marrara, Wulagi, Bagot, Bayview, Charles Darwin, Coonawarra, Cullen Bay. Act now to improve your physical wellbeing.


Osteopathy for Babies

Neck & Back Pain

Headache Treatment

Pelvic Floor