With almost 2 decades of experience, you can trust Grant will be able to release, manipulate,
needle and unlock your body to relieve pain, stiffness and tightness.
All while solving the problems of the world. At some point, everyone needs their Osteo! Why not
make Grant, yours!
Many women have problems with ongoing back pain and pelvic instability after pregnancy and
childbirth. But it is a mistake to think that all these women have the same problem, even if
have similar pain! It is therefore not surprising that generic fitness and exercise routines
dont quite get the job done here!
Mums Bounce Back is a program that has clinical specificity without the stuffy and boring
so often associated with "doing rehab".We find your unique weaknesses and instability. And where
are stiff and blocked for motion.
We then give you movement programs that fix what drives your problem. And once you have enjoyed
progress that you set out to achieve we break up with you, leaving you with more comfort and
confidence in your body, to do whatever it is that is important to you!
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.
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.