Diego Ortuso

As a youngster I spent my days following creeks and roaming the farmlands and beaches that stretched from Marion to Old Reynella in the south of Adelaide. I often found the skulls and bones of sheep, rabbits and other small animals – I took great delights in these skeletal remains and was intrigued at their varied shapes. Teenage years bought with it organised sport and an obsession with movement as well as – the inevitable injuries. While other modalities helped, it wasn’t until my father took me to an osteopath that things really changed for me. At the time, even while still in my early teens, I realized that this experience would change and formulate the rest of my life. The early admiration for nature, anatomy and movement fuelled a lifelong fascination with the human body & the ultimate question HOW DO THINGS HEAL? It took an arts degree and a stint living overseas before I summoned enough courage to dedicate myself to osteopathy. The rewards have been enormous! I have been fortunate to be practising since 1999 and continue to enjoy working with a wonderful range of people, from the new born to adults, and for the opportunity to assist in helping others achieve health, happiness and wellbeing. Special interests:

  • Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine
  • Biodynamics in the Cranial Field for adults, children & babies

Born Adelaide, S.A.

  • B.A. from Flinders University S.A. 1990
  • B.Sc.(clinical) Victoria University Vic. 1997
  • M.H.Sc.(osteopathy) Victoria University. 1999

Biodynamics in the Cranial Field (Completed Phase 1-9) both in USA & Aus. Practiced in Albury NSW 1999/2000 Practiced in North Carlton from 2001-2007 Established Elwood Osteopathy in 2008-present Registrant of:

  • A.H.P.R.A.
  • Osteopaths Board of Victoria
  • Osteopathy Australia