Our Team

The Osteo Team has a range of practitioners for your diverse needs - from Massage to HVLA (cracking) to Dry Needling or Cupping.

Dr. Jack Roberts
Dr Jack Roberts Osteopath
Dr Sharelle Patten Osteopath
Dr. Sharelle Patten

Jack has been practicing Osteopathy since 2014. He discovered osteopathy after receiving treatment for a football incurred sports injury. This then sparked an interest in pursuing a career in the profession. 

Jack is primarily a hands-on practitioner, and is known for his compassionate and easy-going demeanor. He aims to not only treat the symptoms, but the cause of your pain, as this achieves lasting results. 

Jack has completed further study in dry Needling, kinesiotaping, cupping, and adolescent sports injuries.  

Dr. Kate Healey
Dr Kate Henry Osteopath

Kate has 14 years experience in Osteopathy and has been at the clinic for 10 years. Currently Kate works on Tuesday and Fridays, and while not working she spends her time as a stay at home mum for her growing family. 


Kate has recently returned from leave, and her friendly demeanour and caring approach is a welcome asset to have back in the clinic.  

Sharelle is a caring and passionate osteopath with over 10 years of experience working in Bendigo. She has completed additional training in dry needling, kinesiotaping, obstetrics and paediatric osteopathy.


Sharelle enjoys treating people of all ages and from all walks of life.  She has a keen interest in supporting women as their bodies change throughout their prenatal and postpartum journey, providing relief from headaches, postural strain, pelvic and low back pain, sciatica and carpal tunnel syndrome. 


Having had two children of her own, she understands the importance of optimising a mother's health and well-being as they nurture their new baby.

Dr. Matt McEvoy

Matt is an experienced Bendigo Osteopath with a special interest in functional rehabilitative exercise. 


Matt has an extremely thorough knowledge of the structure and function of the body, and takes particular time and interest in exploring the movement patterns underlying the presenting dysfunction. 

When not at work Matt spends his days on his farm in Colbinabbin with his family.

Dr Matt McEvoy Osteopath
Dr Thomas Dagiandis Osteopath
Dr. Thomas Dagiandis
Dr. Johnny Seng Osteopath
Dr. Johnny Seng

Thomas completed his Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy) at Victoria University. Many years of playing tennis and battling injuries as a junior athlete exposed Thomas to various allied-health professions sparking an interest in the human body and osteopathy.


Thomas utilises hands on techniques, exercise, advice and education to help provide his patients with the tools needed to continue management outside of the treatment room. All his patients leave with a clear understanding of their injury and the necessary steps needed to start moving through life again. 


Thomas has also completed further study in Dry Needling & Cupping and works with a Division 1 football club in metropolitan Melbourne. 


When not at work, Thomas enjoys living an active lifestyle and getting out and about for some food and wine. 

Elly Stasiak myotherapist
Elly Stasiak

Johnny believes in taking a holistic approach to treating patients. He works with his patients to develop a sustainable plan to maintain recovery and prevent reoccurring injuries or pain.  

Johnny began his journey in the health profession working as a personal trainer. This sparked a passion for understanding the human body's physiology and movement prompting him to enrol in the  Bachelor of Exercise Science program at Deakin University. During this time, he was fortunate enough to secure the position of Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Northern Knights Football Club.


Johnny’s desire for knowledge grew stronger and he made the decision to enrol in a Bachelor of Osteopathy at RMIT. This has given him a deeper understanding of specific conditions of the body and practical skills to assess, treat and rehabilitate patients. 


Johnny’s goal as an Osteopath is to support patients to regain and maintain their daily function.


"Movement creates more movement. Movement creates energy. Movement creates life." - Michael D'Aulerio

Jayden Burke Osteopath
Jayden Burke
Intern Osteopath

Elly Completed her studies of Myotherapy at MIMT in 2016 and moved to Bendigo after growing up in Seymour. 


Elly has worked in the Allied Health industry, since 2014. Elly has worked at chiropractic clinics, wellness centres, myotherapy clinics and several football and netball clubs in Seymour, Melbourne and Bendigo, alongside large teams of physiotherapists, exercise physicians, dieticians, podiatrists, osteopaths and myotherapists. Since living in Bendigo, Elly has taken on the management role of Head Sports Trainer at Kangaroo Flat Football/Netball Club overseeing the management all sporting injuries and implementing prevention protocols.


Elly has a keen interest in working at sporting clubs and events and has a particular interest in treatment of the lumbar spine and hips, as she believes a stable strong and efficient lumbopelvic region allows the body to function normally and keep active, which is the key to a happy body. Educating clients with potential lifestyle factors contributing to pain and dysfunction is something that Elly takes pride in.


Elly has Post graduate certificates in myofascial cupping, pre and post natal myotherapy, functional fascial taping and sports taping.



Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy (MIMT)

Diploma of Remedial Massage (ACM)

Level 1 AFL accredited Sports Trainer

Diploma in Football Medicine

Myofasical Cupping

Level 2 First Aid and CPR

Jayden is currently undertaking his final placement of his osteopathy study at Victoria University.

Jayden grew up in Bendigo and plays football for Golden Square Football Club.

Due to his sporting background he has a keen interest in exercise and sports rehabilitation. When not working he enjoys hanging out with his mates and playing guitar.

Jayden is available for bookings every Monday for 9am - 5pm

Rosie Williams The Osteo Team
Rosie Williams
Practice Manager

Rosie has been with the team since 2013, and is more than likely the first voice you will hear on the phone when you call.


Rosie is an irreplaceable asset to the Osteo Team clinic, and is always willing to 'go the extra mile' to help practitioners or patients alike.