Our Team

Dr. Tania McDonald
B.App.Sc. B.Osteo.Sc.


After gaining experience interstate and in Melbourne, Tania saw the opportunity to bring Osteopathy to Gippsland and established the Warragul Osteopathic Clinic in 2007.  Osteopathy’s holistic philosophy makes fundamental sense to Tania, who has a passion for anatomy and the way the human body functions as a whole. 


A keen netball player, Tania and her husband Troy have three young daughters and a son and love being a part of the local community both personally and professionally. 




Dr. Wendy Bernard
B.Sc.(Clin.Sc.), M.H.Sc.(Osteo).


Wendy graduated from Victoria University with a Masters in Osteopathy and has over 10 years of experience in clinical practice.  She enjoys working with people from all walks of life but has a particular interest in treating sport injuries. 


Wendy leads an active lifestyle; her hobbies include running and horse riding. 




Dr. Jarryd Burke
B.Sc.(Clin.Sc.), M.H.Sc.(Osteo).


Jarryd was drawn to Osteopathy due to its holistic approach and his interest in sports medicine, due to his own issues with sports injuries.  He believes that adequate rehabilitation and patient education is important in future injury prevention.  Jarryd also has an interest in treating jaw pain, shoulder pain and chronic pain syndromes and has additional education in lower limb biomechanics and dry needling.      


Jarryd has enjoyed competing in swimming, athletics, tennis and currently in football.




Dr. Deanne Mulcahy
B.App.Sc. (Comp.Med.), M.Osteo.

With a background in massage, personal training and pilates, Deanne graduated from RMIT with a Masters of Osteopathy and completed further study in global posturology, fascial release techniques, pregnancy, paediatrics, lymphatics and BLT (balanced ligamentous tension technique).  She teaches Osteopathic students and supervises the University Student clinic.  


Deanne has two children and enjoys going on family holidays.  




Dr Jodie ArmstrongDr. Jodie Armstrong

B.Sc.(Clin.Sc.), M.H.Sc.(Osteo).


Jodie joined the Warragul Osteopathic Clinic in 2016, returning to her home town after gaining experience as an Osteopath in Brisbane. Jodie always had a keen interest in how the body functions, and was drawn to the whole body approach of Osteopathy. Jodie enjoys treating people of all ages, using a range of techniques and home-management exercises to ensure her patients are given the best opportunity to return to good health.


Jodie grew up on a dairy farm in West Gippsland, and enjoys healthy cooking, walking her dog Maverick and spending time at the beach. 




Dr Kenneth EchaluceDr Kenneth Echaluce

B.HlthSc, BAppSc (Osteo).


Growing up in Swan Hill in northern Victoria, Kenneth always had a keen interest in playing and watching sport. This led to his curiosity in human function and physiology, and has been the motivation behind his career in Osteopathy. 


Kenneth completed his studies in Osteopathy at RMIT University in Melbourne and whilst he loves the city found he missed connecting with rural people and community. Since joining Warragul Osteopathic Clinic in 2018 Kenneth has enjoyed treating a wide range of conditions with a special interest in functional movement, rehabilitation and injury prevention. Kenneth is passionate about patient education, empowering patients to manage their condition with exercise and lifestyle advice in conjuction with Osteopathic treatment.


Kenneth enjoys keeping fit, travelling and spending time with family and friends. 




Dr David Sollberger
B.App.Sc. B.Osteo.Sc.


David graduated as an Osteopath from RMIT in 2003 and has worked in both Melbourne and country Victoria as well as running his own clinic for 5 years in Bunyip. David has a passion for treating families of all generations and helping them with their health journey by empowering them to make good choices.


He also loves the challenge of a multi-faceted approach to chronic pain presentations as well as challenging lower back and pelvic pain, neck pain and headaches. In his quest to understand the stress that people with an injury may go through he did further study in Counselling which has helped him have a better listening ear and equipped him to better treat the whole person not just the injury.


David is married with four children and in his spare time enjoys netball and running. David is also the Chaplain at the Pakenham Football Netball Club and involved at Pakenham Baptist Church




Dr Isaac Lynn Dr Isaac Lynn

B.App.Sc. (Comp.Med.), M.Osteo.


Isaac is a structural Osteopath who loves to work with stubborn, longstanding pain. After working in Canada for the last few years Isaac brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in chronic pain, concussion and acute athletic injury.  Isaac likes to combine his hands on skills as an Osteopath with functional rehabilitation that addresses how you got into pain in the first place and looks to modify your every day movements to feel less tension, decrease the daily niggling in your body and have better movement.

Isaac has 2 small children so you can expect a number of Dad jokes as well.



Dr Erica GlassDr Erica Glass

B.Sc.(Clin.Sc.), M.H.Sc.(Osteo).


As a local girl, Erica understands the importance of getting patients back on their feet. Initially drawn to Osteopathy for its full body approach, Erica enjoys the multifaceted perspective to treating patients with acute injuries, pregnancy and postpartum related pain, headaches & migraines, and those general body aches and pains.


Since returning to Gippsland, Erica spends her time exploring the beautiful countryside with her dogs, going for hikes, and spending time with family. 



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