Paige Seaton

  • Martin Gowdie

    Osteopath

    Martin Gowdie

    Bachelor of Clinical Science
    Masters in Health Science
    Osteopath

    Marty has been with Procare for 8 of its’ 12 years in existence.

    He combines loads of experience and skill with a genuine intent to help.

    Marty also enjoys helping the osteo students through part time lecturing at the university for the past few years.

    With a growing family, Marty is not flush on spare time. But when he has any he loves tending to this beehive or going for a surf.

    Marty is continually altering his hair and beard which seems to always create lots of discussion. Keep this in mind if looking for an ‘ice breaker’ with him.

  • Stephanie Cations

    Osteopath

    Stephanie Cations

    Bachelor of Applied Science (Complementary Medicine)
    Masters in Osteopathy
    Osteopath

    Steph returned to Procare in early 2019 from Maternity leave.

    Some things had changed.
    Like instead of discussing how the Tigers are going at lunchtime, she would be in a room pumping milk out of herself.

    But most things hadn’t changed.
    Like her ability as an osteopath. With her range of techniques built on 7 years experience that help her to understand what will work when for who!

    And her relaxed, get-on-with-anyone, country girl style will never change.

    Steph is back! We are rapt about that, as many of you will be!

    Steph started with us in 2012 and with her enthusiasm to learn, it has been a pleasure to watch her develop into the quality professional she is today.

  • Grant Burrows

    Osteopath

    Grant Burrows

    Bachelor of Clinical Science
    Masters in Health Science (Osteopathy)
    Fellow of Applied Functional Science (Gray Institute)
    Osteopath and Movement Consultant

    Grant graduated in Melbourne as an Osteopath in 2000.

    Over the next 15 years he worked in private practice – both in Australia and in London, lectured Osteopathic students at the university and did extensive further training in the US during 2011 and 2013 in the area of Movement and Pain.

    Grant and his wife Jo also opened Procare Sports & Spinal (now Procare Geelong) in 2006, which they still take great pride in being part of.

    In 2017 Grant opened ProMotion. ProMotion naturally reflects Grants’ personality. Programs are built with authenticity and with a genuine care and interest in people. The Programs demand you to be accountable in engaging, and demands Grant be accountable to guiding you to improvement and a better life.
    When Grant is not devising Movement or Pain programs, he is busy with his family including 3 young kids.

    In any spare time, Grant likes to be active and is currently hanging on to any last glimpses of athleticism in AFL 9s, gym, running and yoga.
    Grant also likes to make announcements. And will be forever remembered (by a some) as the unluckiest Field Host ever at GMHBA stadium. He was doing some crisp jokes out on the ground when all the grandstands were being rebuilt, and his jokes, along with later his media career wafted down Moorabool St through the gaps in the grandstands.

    More information about Grant’s unique approach at http://promotiongeelong.com/.

  • Joanne Burrows

    Osteopath (Infants and Children)

    Joanne Burrows

    Bachelor of Clinical Science
    Masters in Heath Science
    Osteopath treating infants and children

    The best way to establish Jo’s reputation treating infants and children in this region is to walk past a mothers group having a coffee catch up and drop her name.

    Jo has devoted many hours of postgraduate study to the understanding of babies and children, and the role that Osteopathy can play in helping them to grow into healthy human beings. In that time, she has also managed to have 3 beautiful children of her own, who ensure that her learning is never complete!

    The style of Osteopathic treatment Jo uses in paediatrics (Biodynamic Osteopathy) is aimed at addressing some of the musculoskeletal effects that the birth process or other early life stresses can have on the developing systems of infants and children. Parents enjoy watching their child visibly relax under Jo’s gentle hands and Jo finds her work in this field extremely rewarding.

  • Shanti Arwen

    Myotherapist

    Shanti Arwen

    Myotherapist

    Shanti has been working in healthcare for 26 years.

    Originally a nurse, for the past 10 years Shanti has been practicing as a massage therapist / myotherapist and getting great results with all sorts of muscular pain, stress and tension.

    Have you found it harder over the years to find people who are willing and able to get deep into your muscles, whilst allowing you to unravel from your busy lives? If so, look no further, cos Shanti is a good fit for you!

  • Matthew Jakovljevic

    Osteopath

    Matthew Jakovljevic

    Bachelor of Clinical Science
    Masters in Health Science (Osteopathy)
    Osteopath and Movement Consultant

    Matt’s interest in the human body and osteopathy began as an adolescent searching for the answers to his own back pain. He understands what it is like to be in ongoing pain and what it takes to overcome it.

    Matt has strong hands on skills combined with a streak of nerdiness – in his final year of university in 2013, Matt’s outstanding performance was recognised by receiving the esteemed COCA (Chiropractic Osteopathic College of Australasia) award for the top graduating student.

    Prior to joining Procare, Matt gathered 4 years clinical experience in private practice in Melton and Bacchus Marsh.
    Matt is into hiking, bodyboarding and photography.

    And once ate his lunch at work with chopsticks even though no one was watching! #cultured

  • Jessie Danuser

    Osteopath

    Jessie Danuser

    Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy
    Bachelor of Clinical Science
    Masters in Health Science (Osteopathy)

    At Procare we believe in finding great people with great hands and hiring them!

    As the newest member of our team, this ‘strategy’ certainly applied to Jessie!

    Though Jessie just graduated as an Osteopath in 2018, she has the huge advantage of having worked as a Myotherapist from 2004 in private practice.

    She brings loads of transferable skills blended with enthusiasm and modern training into her Osteopathic career.

  • Caroline Poulter

    Receptionist

    Caroline Poulter

    Receptionist

    Caroline joined Procare Geelong in 2012.

    She comes from a hairdressing background with some administrative work in real estate more recently.

    It should come as no surprise that the hairdresser/real estate combo means that Caz is not short of a word.

    And like any good hairdresser she has the incredible skill of getting people to want to tell her all their ‘goss’.

    Caroline left Procare Geelong briefly in 2014 as she was doing a renovation, and at times, she seemed to think she was on The Block.

    Thankfully she returned after the renovation was complete, as we really enjoy “Caz” being part of our team.

    Caroline is married with a school aged son and works with us on a part time basis.

  • Catherine Moore

    Practice Manager

    Catherine Moore

    Practice Manager

    Catherine joined Procare in 2015.

    Catherine comes with a wealth of medical administration and management experience.

    She is very efficient and organised. When ringing around her referees after interviewing Catherine, one told me “she ll organise your life if you want her to”. That had and still has great appeal.

    Catherine drives from Colac to work with us 4 days a week. We are still unsure why she does this, but we are very pleased that she does.

    Catherine has been heavily involved in netball at club level and with the umpires association.

    We hope Catherine will continue to get in her chariot from Colac for some time yet as she adds another dimension to the Procare Team.

  • Paige Seaton

    Receptionist

    Paige Seaton

    Our current group at Procare is experienced – which means older! We now have no one under 30!

    So for our latest part time reception position we thought – “lets grab a uni student – a real smart one!”

    And Paige was what we found.

    Studying Law and being a GDFL netball identity she has brains and sporting ability.
    She is from Wodonga or as I have learnt from Paige: it is called “Woo Town”.
    You too can learn such facts if you come in on a Friday when Paige is working!