Dr Shehan Kariyakaranage – Associate Osteopath
Shehan completed his studies at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, graduating with a bachelor of Health Science & Applied Science (Osteopathy).
Shehan has been involved in a variety of sports over the years including AFL, cricket and tennis. His interest in sports and its associated injuries is ultimately what drove his passion for Osteopathy. Shehan adopts a holistic and largely structural approach to treat both acute and chronic injuries.
Shehan currently holds a Level 1 Strength and conditioning accreditation from the Australian strength and conditioning Association (ASCA). His previous experience as an S&C coach allows him to develop individualised training and stretching programs to rehabilitate and prevent Injuries, whilst also improving athletic performance.
Shehan believes in addressing the underlying causes of injuries to prevent their reoccurrence. He enjoys treating a variety of conditions including back; neck and shoulder pain, headaches and sporting related injuries.
In his spare time, Shehan enjoys training in the gym and watching a variety of sports. He also enjoys travelling, having most recently been to Japan.
Dr Shehan Kariyakaranage works between our Alexandra Hills Clinic