3 steps to long-term pain relief
- Listen: Your personal story to identify possible factors driving your pain
- Assess: Approved assessment tools to establish factors driving your pain
- Manage: Evidence-based treatment approaches that support long-term pain relief
Dr. Phil Austin B.Sc (Hons), M.Sc, Ph.D
Since graduating as an osteopath in 1997 I have gone on to complete a Masters and a Ph.D in pain medicine and now work as an osteopath and research fellow in the field of chronic pain. This allows me to combine a broad range of osteopathic techniques and current evidence from ours and others work to give a more integrated approach to health care.
My passion lies in person-centered treatment that focuses on pain and exercise education. I am especially interested in the relationship between mood and sleep on the severity and persistence of musculoskeletal pain.
I also work as a clinical tutor and module leader for the Masters program in Clinical Management of Pain at the University of Sydney.
Away from work, I regularly chase after my 3 children (or vice-versa) and relax with cycling and climbing in and around Sydney.
Does your pain:
Phil takes appointments under the Chronic Disease Management, Department of Veteran Affairs and WorkCover programs.