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Principle Four Osteopathy

Level 4, 178 Collins St, Melbourne, 3000, Australia

Principle Four Osteopathy
About Principle Four Osteopathy

“Osteopathy, Functional Training & Education”

Principle Four Osteopathy was founded in late 2010 by Osteopath Heath Williams.
Principle Four Osteopathy is conveniently located within Melbourne City and offers a variety of services (Osteopathy, Training & Conditioning, Exercise Prescription & Program Design, Education and Workplace Ergonomic Assessment & Training). The clinic is located in Somerset Place, close to the corner of Elizabeth St and Little Bourke in the Melbourne CBD. Our premises adjoin the Jon Weller Personal Training Studio, a fully-equipped training space which allows clients to combine their osteopathic treatment with the exercise tutorials or specific training programs.

Heath opened up the clinic in the Melbourne CBD so that he could integrate his specific approach to treatment and exercise prescription.
Heath’s ethos in life is very much based around keeping active and healthy so that you can achieve the goals you set out. Whether you simply want to live a more pain free life or have more specific goals such as completing a marathon. Heath can help you achieve these goals. To speak to an Osteopath at Principle Four Osteopathy call 03 9670 9290

Osteopathy is a manual therapy that uses a combination of hands on techniques that include soft tissue massage, articulation/mobilisation, counter-strain, high velocity-low amplitude manipulation, stretching, exercise and ergonomic advice. Heath also practices dry needling and taping within his consults.

Common conditions treated:
  • Neck pain
  • Lower Back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Headaches
  • Shoulder, Elbow & Hand pain
  • Hip, Knee & Foot pain
  • Sports Injuries
  • Pre & Post natal care
  • Arthritic aches & pains
  • Tendinopathies
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Workplace strains & sprains
  • Post surgery rehabilitation

Heath Williams B Sci (Clin Sc), M.H.Sci (Ost) Grad. Cert. Tert. Ed
Heath has been practising as an Osteopath since 2003. In this time Heath has achieved a great deal of success in broadening his osteopathic knowledge, application and experience.

Heath has worked extensively as an osteopath in Australia, Sweden and the UK and has a particular interest in exercise prescription, training and conditioning.

Heath also currently lectures at Victoria University in the Osteopathic department, as well as previously having lectured at the British School Osteopathy and London School Osteopathy.

Whilst working abroad, Heath also worked for Health Response UK and Osteopath’s For Industry as a musculoskeletal consultant and lead trainer in display screen assessment and manual handling training. During this time Heath consulted with the BBC, Sky News, Metronet, Shell UK, London Fire brigade, DHL, Christian Salvesen, No.10 Downing St and Buckingham Palace.

Heath also currently writes for and contributes to various health and fitness magazines. He has published 30+ articles and his articles have been in, Fitpro Magazines, Network Fitness and

In addition to this Heath has also lectured internationally at the Fitpro 2007 & 2008 Fitness conventions.

For a more detailed history of Heath’s CV, please see

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