Dr Kayla Betheras


Kayla graduated from RMIT University with a double degree in Health Science and Applied Science (Osteopathy) and has completed further training in Clinical Pilates with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute.

Growing up as an active teenager and a keen netballer, Kayla’s interest in human anatomy, health and wellbeing started at a young age. This combined with her desire to help people is what motivated her to get into osteopathy.


Her empathetic nature encourages her to strive in each and every consultation to deliver the highest quality care and to establish a caring and attentive environment from the onset. Kayla focuses her treatment and management on whole person considerations and has a key interest in chronic pain management. Utilising a combination of manual therapy, patient education and Pilates/ rehabilitation exercises, she enjoys employing a holistic, individualised approach with each patient. Tailoring her management to address the ‘little things’ such as certain lifestyle and psychosocial factors, she enjoys educating and motivating her patients to assist them in relieving their pain as well as achieving their short- and long-term health goals.




Bachelor of Health Science

Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy)

The Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute Matwork Level 1-3

Sports trainer Level 1

Certificate of Dry Needling and Cupping