Our Clinics

Infinity Health & Osteo was established by Evan Ramage. We focus on the idea that the relationship between structure and function of the body is continuous and infinite, a core Osteopathic principle. We believe in taking the time to understand you, your concerns and your goals for better health.

You will find us in leafy Warrandyte and in the rolling hills of Templestowe. Infinity Warrandyte is located with Warrandyte Pilates and Physical Therapies, above Interiors by Riveresque. We have easy access to rehabilitation equipment including reformers and pilates equipment. Infinity Templestowe is located within the same building as Templestowe Dental Group and offers osteopathy and remedial massage.

Please allow up to 1 hour for an initial and 40 minutes for standard osteopathic consultations as we place great importance on communication between patient and practitioner. Our team can help with a multitude of concerns including sports injuries, headaches, work related strains and injuries, pregnancy, paediatrics and geriatrics.

Our clinics offer a friendly, comfortable and positive environment, and our team is dedicated to assisting and guiding you to achieve the best health. The Infinity running-man logo was inspired by the idea of all the parts of the body working in harmony and balance, something we are passionate about helping you attain.

Infinity Health & Osteo truly cares for clients and the community. If your local school or sporting group is hosting an upcoming event, please send us a message about how we can help.

Please feel free to contact the friendly team at Infinity Health & Osteo with any queries about treatment and Osteopathy.

Our team

Evan Ramage
B.App.Sc. (Comp Med), M.Osteo

Evan completed his Bachelor of Applied Science and graduated with a Masters of Osteopathy from RMIT University. His continued professional development studies in exercise rehab, obstetrics and paediatrics allowed him to further expand his knowledge and experience with complex complaints. Evan believes communication is key to patient satisfaction and uses his friendly nature to effectively connect with each and every patient. After suffering a serious knee injury in 2011, he was able to successfully return to indoor soccer and cricket following rehabilitation. This experience has given Evan a true understanding and appreciation of rehabilitation and sports injury treatment. Evan’s passion for helping patients keeps him motivated. He also likes chocolate, a good coffee and taking his dogs for a run.

Margit Gallagher
Dip. Remedial Massage

Growing up in Austria surrounded by beautiful nature the love for the outdoors and physical activities created the base for Margit’s love of movement and healthy living. She started in healthcare as a nurse, and by the time her boys reached teenage years she had trained at Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy where she graduated with Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy. She believes we should never take the functioning of our bodies for granted and part of her passion is to educate the importance of knowing your own body. She provides her clients advice and stretching techniques to take home with them as effective treatment carries on beyond the massage room.

Skiing, tennis, pilates, daily walks with her dog, hiking, camping in the Australian bush, traveling back to Austria, caring for family and friends would be some of the few things she loves most. Giving time back to the community is also important to her and she works with the Hurstbridge senior Football Club in football season and is a committee member of the Hurstbridge Tennis Club. You simply can’t stop her!

Kim Ngo
B.App.Sc. (Comp Med), M.Osteo

Kim completed her Bachelor of Applied Science and Masters of Osteopathy at RMIT University. She has background knowledge of pilates and exercise rehabilitation, which she believes is an important aspect of maintaining health. Kim also believes in educating patients for a better understanding of pain and health, especially the awareness of a mind-body connection. She particularly enjoys treating the spinal and pelvic regions.

Kim loves travelling, photography, chasing stars and auroras, good food, yoga, and is currently slowly building a cooking repertoire.


Sammy has graduated from High School and is currently working. She has a passion for Modelling and is working her way up in the industry.

In her free time she enjoys catching up with friends and family or hitting up the beach! Sammy wishes to travel Europe in the coming years.

Reception/Osteo placement

Brooke is currently studying Osteopathy. In her spare time, she has a love for
sports, animals (especially her border collie), and travelling.
Brooke has also previous completed a degree in Exercise and Sport Science and
has a passion for health and fitness!

First visit?

What to bring?
  • Your private health fund card. Our HICAPS functionality enables you to immediately claim part or all of your consult fee, depending on your extras cover.
  • You don't need a referral, but if you are part of the Chronic Disease Management program (formerly EPC), please bring the information from your GP.
  • X-rays, reports or other scans (recent or past) relating to the area can be beneficial.
Type of consultationFee
Osteo Initial visit (allow 1 hour)$105
Osteo Standard (allow 40 minutes)$85
Osteo Long (allow 1 hour)$125
Massage Long (allow 90 minutes)$118
Massage (allow 1 hour)$88

*Please give 24 hours notice for changes or cancellations otherwise a late cancellation fee will apply (50% of consultation fee).

What to wear?

We recommend you wear comfortable clothing, you may be asked to disrobe down to your underwear, but there will always be a gown provided and you may choose to remain clothed.

Who do you treat?

Our team have experience with all stages of life from very young babies right through to seniors. That includes those with study or posture strains, members of the work force, athletes and pregnant patients which displays our passion for treating all members of the family.