The Osteopaths at Heaths Road Osteopathy are registered with AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) and are all members of Osteopathy Australia.


Dr Leanne Cascone (Osteopath)

BSc (Clin Sci), MHSc (Osteo)

Registered Osteopath

Leanne completed her Bachelor of Science (Clinical Sciences) and her Master of Health Science (Osteopathy) at the end of 2004 at Victoria University. She began working in the Essendon area but quickly realised that there was a need for osteopathic services in Hoppers Crossing where she had grown up.


Leanne opened Heaths Road Osteopathy in 2007 and has been working here since.

Leanne has years of clinical experience treating patients of all ages. She has done some training in osteopathy in the cranial field and in the Kinesio Taping® Method with Kinesio Taping Association International (KTAI).

When not running the clinic, Leanne is busy with her young family. 


Dr Marc Mateo (Osteopath)

BSc (Clin Sci), MHSc (Osteo)

Registered Osteopath

Marc studied osteopathy at Victoria University, completing his Bachelor of Science (Clinical Sciences) and Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). Throughout his studies, he worked as a trainer for a local football club to help diagnose, treat and rehabilitate sports injuries. He was awarded a clinical placement in India where he provided osteopathic treatments in a private hospital.

Marc enjoys treating a range of patients from all age groups. He uses a combination of techniques tailored to each individual to obtain the best outcome. Marc has completed some additional training in myofascial dry needling and cupping.

Outside of work, Marc enjoys keeping fit and an outdoor lifestyle. He is often planning his next hike, camping trip or rock climbing adventure. 


Dr Goabaone (Gee) Molelekwa (Osteopath)

BSc (Clin Sci), MHSc (Osteo), 

Cert III- Fitness (Gym and Group Fitness),
Reformer Pilates

Registered Osteopath

Gee studied osteopathy at Victoria University, completing his Bachelor of Science (Clinical Sciences) and Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy).  He is a caring, compassionate and friendly Osteopath who has great passion for helping people discover their health goals.

Gee discovered Osteopathy due to his sporting injuries. From his first osteopathic treatment, he knew he had to become an Osteopath. He found his calling with Osteopathy. Gee's love for Osteopathy stems from its holistic, health-oriented approach to patient care. 

Gee enjoys treating people with persistent pain, pregnancy, paediatric and headache patients. Patient education plays a key role in Gee’s management of his patient as he believes in empowering patients to take an active role in their quest for optimum health.

Apart from spending time with his beautiful family, Gee loves teaching Spinning and reformer Pilates. He enjoys playing and watching sport. He tries to play soccer every Sunday when he is not helping out with his wife’s online baby store business. He also loves ballroom and Latin American dancing which he has done competitively for many years.


Dr Shauna Olsen (Osteopath)

B Health Sc (Comp Med) BAppSc (Osteo)

Registered Osteopath

Shauna studied Osteopathy at RMIT University, completing her double degree of Health Science (Complementary Medicine) and Applied Science (Osteopathy).

Shauna has grown up with an active and sports orientated family and as a result, Shauna enjoys treating and managing all types of sporting injuries and she is passionate about working with her patients towards injury prevention to allow them to continue what they enjoy doing most.

Shauna enjoys treating patients of all ages and tailors the treatment for each individual, believing in a multi-disciplinary approach and encouraging a team effort to help enable her patients to reach their functional goals. Shauna also has additional training in myofascial dry needling and cupping.

 Outside of work, Shauna loves spending time outside in the warm weather with her family, friends and two dogs. Shauna also keeps active with competitive Irish dancing and is the current National Champion of Senior Ladies.


Dr Lani Tiong (Osteopath)

B Health Sc (Comp Med) BAppSc (Osteo)

Registered Osteopath

Lani studied osteopathy at RMIT University, completing her double degree in Bachelor of Health Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy). She is a passionate, enthusiastic and caring Osteopath who loves treating patients of all age groups.

Coming from a sporting background of over ten years in athletics, Lani has always been interested in the human body and the incredible ways in which it allows us to move. From a young age she absorbed all things anatomy and when her own knee issues arose, she sought out osteopathic treatment. Inspired by the way manual therapy helped her to continue doing the activities she enjoyed, Lani decided she wanted to assist others in getting back to their passions. 

Lani believes that each individual is unique and she is willing to work with each and every one of her patients on a treatment and management plan tailored to their specific needs. She enjoys incorporating a range of techniques into her treatment, including both direct and indirect techniques, paired with exercise rehabilitation or chronic pain management strategies to achieve the best outcome in her patients. 

Outside of work, Lani enjoys an active lifestyle of hiking, cycling and skiing when she can get to the slopes. An avid tea enthusiast and dog lover, she always loves time indoors with her family, friends and dogs.   


Sarah Ilton – Remedial/Sports Massage Therapist

Sarah completed her Diploma of Remedial Massage at Victoria University and is a member of Massage and Myotherapy Australia.

She has a great understanding of how chronic pain can impact on quality of life. Over the years, she has suffered from chronic pain which led to multiple surgeries on her shoulder, spine and hip. Through her personal experience, she recognises and is a strong believer that regular massage can assist with pain relief, relieve stress, improve posture and prevent further injuries from developing.  She has developed a broad knowledge of anatomy and physiology, pain management and other techniques which have helped many of her clients achieve long lasting positive results. 

Sarah takes an integrated approach to her clients’ treatments incorporating a variety of different modalities individually tailored to each clients’ needs. This is achieved throughout a variety of techniques including deep tissue massage, myofascial cupping, dry needling, METs, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, mobilising, stretching, kinesio/sports taping. There is nothing more rewarding than helping people to get back to doing what they love and feeling healthy and happy.  Her passion is to help people get out of pain, achieve pain free movement and accomplish their long-term health goals.

Since 2016, Sarah also works with Hockey Victoria as a trainer/massage therapist for the National tournament held annually at different locations across Australia.  She has also worked with local AFL teams, NRL sports massage (both players and referees), and many individual athletes from elite to recreational.

Sarah is available Mondays & Fridays at Heaths Road Osteopathy.  Online booking is available on






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