About Patricia Oritz
Patricia completed a bachelor’s in Osteopathic Studies and a Masters degree in Osteopathic Medicine at Southern Cross University. She lived in Brazil and Italy and moved to Australia in 2011.
She has interests in a wide variety of conditions including but not limited to headaches, muscle and joint pain and conditions, neck and back pain, sciatica, carpal tunnel, etc. She is also interested in childhood trauma and its effects on the body and brain. To deepen her understanding of trauma and mental health, she is studying for a Masters degree of Counselling at the University of Canberra.
Patricia prides herself on staying up to date with and applying the most recent scientific evidence. Through this, she has a strong belief that osteopathy is not only science but a form of art. Osteopathy takes a holistic approach when treating a person, and considers all aspects of the human being such as the physical, emotional, spiritual and social environment to meet each patient’s unicity. Being a very intuitive person from a very young age, she combines evidence-based assessments with her intuition to understand what is the best approach to treat each person.
When Patricia is not at Entire, she is involved in her Master’s degree, studying somatic therapies and spirituality. She also has an interest in helping kids from a difficult background and believes that addressing childhood trauma is extremely important to break the cycle of domestic violence.
She loves spending time with her beautiful daughter and husband. She also enjoys riding her bike, walking long distances, reading and baking.
Bachelor of Clinical Sciences (Osteopathic Studies) at Southern Cross University
Master of Osteopathic Medicine (SCU)
Bachelor of Business Management (Brazil)
Osteopathic mentoring group – 18 months with George Stylian
Balanced ligamentous tension
Osteopathy in the cranial field (“craniosacral”)
EFT – basic
Reiki I, II, and III
Advanced Clearing Energetics
Amadeus (Shamanic Reiki)
Patricia is fluent in English, Portuguese, Italian and Romanian.