Meet Our Team


Dr. Mary Sandral


Mary completed her Bachelor of Science (Osteopathy) and Master of Health Science (Osteopathy) at Victoria University. She also holds further qualifications in dry needling.

Mary was initially drawn to osteopathy by her own experiences as a patient with various sporting injuries as a teenager. This fuelled a strong desire to understand pain and injury and help others return to the activities they love. She has been working in regional Victoria before making the move back to Melbourne.

Mary enjoys treating a variety of conditions, with a keen interest in treating sporting injuries, neck and back pain. She utilises a range of hands-on techniques and incorporates exercise rehabilitation to deliver a treatment approach tailored to achieve the best outcomes for each person. Mary enjoys working with people from all walks of life to help them achieve their goals – be that getting back out to their sporting endeavours or improving day-to-day pain and mobility constraints.

Hailing from a farm along the beautiful NSW/VIC border region, Mary holds a great appreciation for the outdoors and an active lifestyle. Outside of the clinic, you will find Mary running around for the Western Bulldogs in the VFLW. She also enjoys going to watch the footy as much as possible and spending quality time with family and friends.

Dr. Katie Woolford



As the primary Osteopath since 2011, Dr. Katie Woolford has become a popular addition to the enta team. She is interested in treating a diverse range of musculoskeletal complaints, including headaches, biomechanical dysfunctions, spinal problems, wear and tear injuries and pregnancy-related pain. She aims to enhance treatment results by providing lifestyle and ergonomic advice to prevent further aggravation or injury. An enthusiastic and dedicated Osteopath, Katie thoroughly enjoys devoting her time to helping and educating patients to find an avenue to better health.

Dr. Julia McManus


Julia is a qualified Osteopath, who has completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Masters of Osteopathy at Victoria University. She is also a Pilates instructor at our sister clinic, take2health, having completed further study in Clinical Pilates. She has a keen interest in rehabilitation, strengthening and injury prevention for all types of conditions.

Others areas of interest include children and adolescent conditions, pregnancy, postural and occupational strain and sporting injuries. Julia’s approach to treatment is individual for every patient as she recognises that everyone is different and can respond differently to treatment.
In her spare time, Julia enjoys being active: playing netball and doing Pilates classes each week, socialising with friends and going to the football to cheer on North Melbourne.

Dr. Saxon Woodroffe


Saxon completed his Bachelor of Clinical Science and Masters of Osteopathic Science at Victoria University. He first became interested in Osteopathy after seeking advice for a sporting injury of his own sustained whilst playing Australian Rules football. Due to always being involved in sport, Saxon has seen his fair share of injuries and now working in a clinical setting he enjoys helping those people who sustain injuries get back to the activities they love best be it having a kick of local footy, dancing, a round of golf, running or the boot camp enthusiast. Aside from sporting injuries Saxon commonly treats acute and long standing chronic conditions, including headaches, neck pain, and lower back pain.

Using a range of osteopathic manual techniques combined with exercise and lifestyle advice, he believes that good communication and patient education are paramount in helping improve the patient’s condition; encouraging active recovery and increasing their understanding to prevent further re-injury from occurring in the future.
To this day, Saxon still plays local football and netball. In the off season, he loves staying active including running, swimming, and is always up for a physical challenge, having competed in triathlons and Tough Mudder several times.  When he isn’t exercising he enjoys the sunshine, escaping to the beach when he can.

Remedial Massage & Myotherapy Team

Amelia Tierney



Accepts Private Health Claims

Jesse Carter


Accepts Private Health Claims


Selma Beslagic



George Shehata


George Shehata is a registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner and is the owner of ‘Sydenham Chinese Medicine Clinic’ – a business which he practises out of our clinic at enta Strathmore.

He graduated from the Southern School Of Natural Therapies with a Bachelor of Health Science (Chinese Medicine) and has since gained an interest in the treatment of Musculoskeletal Conditions, Infertility, IVF support as well as Labor Inductions.

George also studied the ancient techniques of Tui Na (Chinese Theraputic Massage) and gained certification in the field of Western Massage leading him to work with some of Australia’s finest Sporting Clubs.