Dr Vaughan Saunders

About Vaughan Saunders

Vaughan grew up in Beechworth and loves the relaxed lifestyle that we enjoy. After finishing both his Bachelor (in 2005) and Masters degree (in 2007) at Victoria University, it seemed natural to return to this area. His passion is sport which is what drew him into Osteopathy in the first place. Growing up he enjoyed a wide variety of activities, from tennis and swimming to cricket and football. His spare time is now spent either enjoying time with his lovely wife or on walking the fairways on the golf course.

Vaughan enjoys treating a wide variety of conditions. For over a decade, he has consistently helped people with chronic headache and back pain. He has treated many of the regions best athletes including, but not limited to, footballers, cricketers, basketballers and golfers. Vaughan recognises the rapid pace that medicine changes today and constantly undergoes further training both in Australia and abroad to keep abreast of advances in musculoskeletal medicine. He has completed additional studies in treatment and management of tendinopathies, numerous functional movement rehabilitation course, is a certified kinesio taping, dry needling, MAT and SFMA practitioner. All of this to help his patients to perform at optimum levels – whether it be at home, in the office or on the sporting field.

Vaughan's area of interest is in treating:

Chronic headaches & Back Pain.
To make an appointment with Vaughan, you can instantly book online, us our online chat or call (02) 6021 1975 now.

What is your guilty pleasure?
Name three people you would love to have dinner with and why?
What is your favourite place in the world?
Are you a book or movie person? And what is your favourite one?
Who is the best team in the world, apart from our Sports & Spinal Albury crew?
What would people be surprised to know about you?
What is your guilty pleasure?

I love pretty much any beer and cheese.……but not at the same time.

Name three people you would love to have dinner with and why?

– Tiger Woods. As one of the hardest working athletes of all time, I’d love to know what makes him tick. How on Earth he is swinging the golf club at the speed he is with the injuries he has had would be worth the price of admission alone.

– James Hird. As a long-suffering Essendon supporter, I’d love to know the full story behind what actually happened with the “drug” saga.

– Sam Pang. He is a genuinely funny man. He would keep the night interesting with his quick-witted humour.

What is your favourite place in the world?

I haven’t travelled the world but from what I have seen, I could spend a whole heap more time touring the south island of New Zealand. I love the scenery. Constantly changing but always spectacular.

Are you a book or movie person? And what is your favourite one?

Definitely a movie person. Not sure I’ve got a favourite one but if I had to choose it would have to be out of Happy Gilmore and The Castle.

Who is the best team in the world, apart from our Sports & Spinal Albury crew?

As much as it pains me to say, the New England Patriots must be right up there. What they, or Tom Brady (depending on who you talk to) have been able to achieve is incredible. Either them or the European Ryder Cup team, who always seem to be the underdog against the USA but continually deliver on the big stage.

What would people be surprised to know about you?

I once got concussed on a golf course

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