While nursing at RPA Hospital, Anne graduated from the International Colleges of Osteopathy in 1989 and immediately founded the Newtown Osteopathic Centre, which flourished in King St. Newtown, and Hordern St. Newtown. When the practice grew out of that small cottage in 2004, it relocated to Stanmore and name changed to Central Sydney Osteopathy.

Anne is a Life Member of Osteopathy Australia, and has sat on the Osteopathy Board of Australia as the NSW member. In 2021, she completed her full nine-year term as President of the NSW Osteopathy Council, which oversees the conduct, performance and health of osteopaths in NSW.
Her career has been immensely rewarding, and she is proud and grateful to have had the opportunity to have mentored more than 60 new graduates over the years. She is one of four osteopaths in her hugely healthcare focused family, and she is quite chuffed about that.

In 2021, Anne was awarded an Order of Australia for her services to Osteopathy. She is quite chuffed about that, too.

Anne has no hobbies and is a shocking cook.

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