Dr Tony Miller

Tony established Whitehorse Osteopathic Clinic in Forest Hill in 2001, after graduating from RMIT University.

It has been a long journey for Tony, after deciding he wanted to become an Osteopath when he was 15. Tony completed VCE at Emmaus College, Forest Hill, in 1989, and unable to enter Osteopathy at this time, enrolled in nursing at LaTrobe University. Tony started his graduate year at Maroondah Hospital, and proceeded in the next 3 years to work extensively in hospitals throughout Melbourne, and in 1995/1996, at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. Upon his return to Melbourne in 1996, Tony worked at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne, until that fateful day in January, 1997, when while on holidays in Perth, found out the after 4 attempts he had been accepted to study Osteopathy at RMIT. During his osteopathic training, Tony continued to work casually as a nurse in many different hospitals in eastern Melbourne.

After graduating in 2001, Tony worked at Rosanna Osteopathic Clinic, and then at Bendigo Osteopathic Clinic. In 2004, Tony went full time at Forest Hill, and hasn’t looked back. In June, 2012, Tony decided to re-locate Whitehorse Osteopathic Clinic to Heathmont to be closer to his family.

Tony was married to Sharon in 2007, and has four beautiful children ; Adam,13; Lewis 10, and Caitlin and Sean, 7 year old twins . Football remains Tony’s greatest sporting love, having enjoyed Geelong’s great run in recent years greatly. These days, Tony continues to play tennis at Heathmont Tennis Club, while enjoying watching and being involved in his children’s sporting ( and dancing ) pursuits.

As an osteopath, Tony's theory is simple and hasn’t altered in 15 years of private practice : come in to my clinic, we’ll fix your problem as quickly and as cost effectively as possible, then you can go and come back if the need arises again. No sales pitch, no readymade maintenance plan.