Dr Matthew Di Blasi (Osteopath)

Matthew’s passion for Osteopathy began early on in his football career. As a keen young footballer, Matthew saw first hand the injuries and pain associated with the game. His interest in the recovery process and how the body responded to pain sparked his passion for Osteopathy. Through his studies Matthew developed a deep understanding and interest in how pain is managed and how to optimise a patient’s recovery.

While Matthew particularly enjoys treating sports and occupational injuries he loves the diversity that comes with working as an Osteopath. He takes pride in working alongside patients, encouraging them to take an active role in their recovery process. He draws on a variety of treatment methods including dry needling and cupping, tailoring treatment and management plans to the specific needs of the patient.

Matthew is a huge NBA and AFL fan who spends most of his spare time watching or playing sports, listening to his record collection and hanging out with friends.


  • Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy)
  • Level 1 Myofascial Dry Needling and Cupping Course

Being able to teach people about how their bodies work. The body is an amazing thing and it’s uplifting to share that knowledge with someone.

Seeing first hand the benefits of what osteopathy can provide was a real seller for me.

Growing up playing football, I was unfortunate to witness and suffer a plethora of injuries which osteopathy was able to help resolve for me.

An active approach is the best approach.

Chicken parmigiana or any seafood dish.

Hot chocolate (Sorry, not a coffee drinker).

I’m a huge NBA & AFL fan and am constantly watching one or the other. Have a big passion for music also.

Kevin Hart or Will Ferrel, who wouldn’t want to laugh all night?

I’m surprisingly really good at chess.

I have a cute little pup called Cosmo.

You Make My Dreams Come True – Hall & Oates

The Departed

Married With Children