Anthony Byrne
Acupuncturist / Myotherapist

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

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, in Anthony’s spare time you’ll find him training for the Alpine Classic cycling event in Bright each year, and in 2016 he ticked a marathon off his bucket list.

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.

Louise Coppock

Louise finished her Myotherapy degree with the Southern School of Natural Therapies in 2019, completing her clinical placement at Allied Health Collective. 

Prior to studying, Louise was a physiotherapy assistant at an outpatient rehabilitation clinic, working in the gymnasium and hydrotherapy pool with a wide range of patients – including orthopedic, neurological, pain, cancer/lymphedema, falls and balance, hand clinic and pediatrics. She has also worked with local football clubs treating and managing player injuries throughout the season.

Louise enjoys working with all patients, but particularly enjoys the complexity and challenges of chronic pain. She strives to help her patients achieve their desired goals using manual therapy and movement techniques.

Away from work, Louise is a busy mother of two girls, spending the majority of her time at the Bendigo Basketball Stadium, re-living her short basketball career vicariously through her kids.