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About Liz Orrock

Hi and thanks for visiting my website,
First, a little bit about my business. I am a fully qualified massage therapist with over 8 years experience, I hold registration with all of the major health funds (so you can claim massage therapy if you have extra's) and my professinal registration is with the ATMS. To be registered as a professional therapist, you need to hold a Senior First Aid Certificate, Working with Children check through the NSW Police and full public liability insurance and we must complete continuing professional education each year to keep up to date with industry standards and maintain association membership, so you get the best of care. I have all of the above.
 
This is my third major career change and I'm happy to say, the most rewarding. I came to massage therapy through my twin sister, who is a naturopath, nutritionist and psychotherapist, and I have never looked back. We work together treating clients and keeping them healthy. My modalities are Remedial, Sports, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Pregnancy, Dry Needling and Cupping Therapy (go to the Cupping Information page to find out more about this type of work). I love my job and continue to learn more about the amazing human body each day, we are all so different.

I work intuitively and wholistically to treat chronic and acute injuries and have worked with olypmic and elite sports professionals and long term pain sufferers with excellent results. I come from a sporting family, my father representing Australia in ARL and myself achieving a reasonably high level in netball and athletics, so working with biomechanics is important to me. I currently teach Sports Massage at the NSW School of Massage. I have vast experiences in treating people of all ages with many conditions such as headaches, sore neck and shoulders, lower back pain, sciatica, frozen shoulders, bursitis, sports injuries, pregnancy related musculoskeletal pain, post surgery related issues, arthritis, asthma, PMT, constipation, ligament and tendon damage, MS, Parkinson's disease, high blood pressure and stress.