Anthony Byrne
Acupuncturist / Myotherapist

Anthony has been busy helping people achieve a better state of health for more than fifteen years. He began practicing Myotherapy in Melbourne in 2005, and complemented this when he graduated with a Masters in Acupuncture in 2010.

During his studies, Anthony spent time at the Hangzhou Hospital in China observing how they integrate Acupuncture as part of a patient’s overall health and wellbeing plan.

With his variety of clinical skills, Anthony educates patients to understand their body in greater detail, and helps establish what modality is best suited to their needs. With a special interest in oncology patients Anthony in continuing to enhance his knowledge by studying the International Certificate in Oncology Acupuncture.

Growing up in Bendigo, he moved back to his home town in 2007 with his family, establishing himself locally in private practice.

Always on the lookout for his next personal challenge, he’s often training for events like the May 50km, the O’Keefe Challenge, the Alpine Classic, and in 2016 he ticked a marathon off his bucket list. In his spare time you’ll find him exploring new trails in Bendigo to run or ride on – often with his three kids in tow.

Jacklyn Lethlean

Jacklyn has been working as a Myotherapist in private practice in Bendigo and Echuca since 2007.

She brings a wealth of knowledge to the clinic, and throughout her professional career has treated a variety of patients, from office workers, tradesmen, farmers and athletes, including the Victorian men’s and women’s hockey teams.

Jacklyn is dedicated to providing an effective treatment program for the individual needs of each patient and believes that education and support is key to them reaching their treatment goals.

When not at the clinic, she is busy being Mum to her two young children. She enjoys fishing and camping with family and friends, walks with their dog Mackie and the odd quiet moment for sewing, craft or a good book.

Tegan Campbell

Tegan has been working as a Myotherapist in regional Victoria since 2007. She is also a qualified Pilates and Fitness instructor and taught mat studio Pilates in Leongatha for four years.

She has a particular interest in treating acute and chronic neck/shoulder pain and headaches, and her love of treating pre-natal and post-natal women saw her recently complete an optimal maternal positioning workshop.

Tegan is a mum of two beautiful children. When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going for walks and exploring the region, and when she can steal a moment for herself, you’ll find her painting or reading a good book.

Courtney McGrath

Courtney completer a Bachelor of Health Sciences in Clinical Myotherapy in early 2021 at the Southern School of Natural Therapies, Melbourne. 

Courtney has been working as an Allied Health Assistant since 2021, and it was this role, coupled with her passion for exercise and holistic health, that made her pursue a degree in Myotherapy.

While studying, Courtney continued to work as an Allied Health Assistant, primarily in the gymnasium and hydrotherapy pool within an outpatient rehabilitation setting. This gave her broad experience with patients during their rehabilitation in clinics such as orthopedics, chronic pain, and cancer.

Courtney is a mother of two young children, and in her spare time enjoys spending time with her family and friends, listening to live music. Since finishing her degree, she is finding more time for her art, reading, and watching true crime documentaries. She also keeps active by going to the gym, swimming, boxing and playing tennis, with the dream of one day of completing a triathlon and competing in a women’s bodybuilding competition.