Virginia Tang

B.App.Sc.(Clin.Sc.), B.Ost.Sc. (RMIT)


Virginia Tang studied Osteopathic Science at RMIT University (Melbourne) graduating with a double degree in Applied Science (Clinical Science) and Osteopathic Science.

Initially focused on her love for treating sporting injuries and orthopaedic complaints, she also developed an interest in paediatrics due to her love for working with babies and children.

This spurred on a want to work tirelessly with children and educate parents on how osteopathy could help with various complaints from infant reflux/colic to chest/ear infections to more complicated problems such as those associated with autism, cerebral palsy, Down’s and other genetic disorders.

Of Malaysian Chinese decent, Virginia was born and bred in Melbourne and is reasonably fluent in Cantonese, with some understanding of Mandarin, Hokkien and a touch of Malay. This has helped bring osteopathy to the Singaporean community.

With her approachable and cheerful nature, this aids in her ability to get along with patients of all cultures and ages, from the young to the elderly.

    Adrian Lalani

    B.A.(Hons), B.Sc.(Hons)

    adrianAdrian Lalani trained at the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy and has been in practice as an Osteopath and Naturopath for 7 years.

    Having previously worked in Singapore as an Osteopath & Naturopath, Adrian returned to London only to realize he just had to come back to Singapore. While in London, Adrian worked in osteopathic and physiotherapy clinics situated in Camden, Hayes and Oakwood.

    Other than treating standard muscular problems, Adrian has many years experience in cranial osteopathy running two children’s clinics and in using nutritional and lifestyle management for many health conditions.

    Adrian also uses NAET (Nambudripad’s allergy elimination technique to treat allergies in people of all ages. NAET aims to achieve this in a non-invasive, drug free and natural way. As an Osteopath and a Naturopath, Adrian has an extremely strong interest in holistic medicine.

      Kirsten Hannan

      B.App.Sc.(Osteo.) M.Ost.(Australia)


      Kirsten Hannan is an Australian trained and registered Osteopathic Practitioner. She graduated from University of Western Sydney with a degree in Applied Science (Osteopathy) and Master of Osteopathy.

      Kirsten worked as a senior associate Osteopath in a busy private clinic in Tasmania, Australia before joining Osteopathic Health Care. Her special interests include injury and illness prevention and promoting wellness through an active lifestyle.

      Kirsten is an author and reviewer for the International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine, and a member of the Australian Osteopathic Association and Sports Medicine Australia. She is also an accomplished public speaker and lecturer having coordinated and lectured in the Anatomy and Physiology program for Massage and Naturopathy students at TAFE Tasmania. This gave Kirsten the opportunity to broaden her knowledge of interdisciplinary approaches to patient management.

      She regularly gives educational seminars on Health and Wellness in the Workplace, Back and Posture, and Injury and Illness prevention.

        David Farrelly

        davidDavid Farrelly is a New Zealand born, U.K. trained and registered Osteopath who graduated from the College of Osteopaths in London. David is also a qualified and experienced personal trainer.

        David moved to Singapore 2011 where he currently works treating a diverse range of conditions and patients from young to old. He is particularly interested in the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries, as well as more functional disorders such as constipation and sinusitis. David uses
        a wide variety of Osteopathic techniques such as muscle energy, myofascial release, joint mobilisations & manipulations, combined with complimentary modalities such as strapping and ultrasound. He is also very well versed in personalised rehabilitation programmes for patients to further assist the healing process.

        As an Osteopath, David believes returning to good health should be a mutual co-operation between the practitioner and patient. Therefore it is
        important to empower the patient by giving practical advice on how they can best manage their condition and encourage the patient to take an active role in returning to a better state of health. When he is not working, David likes to keep himself active by playing some pretty bad tennis, or dragging himself to the gym. A more recent pastime is trying to find the best chili crab in Singapore.