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Sleeping Difficulties

Every baby is unique and has their own sleep needs. If you are experiencing any of the following issues our sleep consultant can help:

  • Struggling with day naps

  • Baby is waking frequently

  • Difficulty settling baby for naps

  • Not settling until midnight

  • 6 or more wakes during the night.

How a Sleep Consultant can help:
  • Providing expert guidance

  • Sleep assessment to identify underlying factors affecting sleep. 

  • Customised sleep plans

  • Effective methods selected to suit your family. 

  • Sleep Education

  • Ongoing support. 

What to expect from a sleep consultation. 

During your initial consultation, your Pelvic Health Osteopath will take a detailed case history of your condition as well as any other conditions you wish to share. They will take into consideration past and present conditions/injuries as well as your physical and mental health in order to create a treatment plan tailored to your needs.


Evaluation and treatment consist of external gentle techniques in and around the pelvic region. Your evaluation may include an internal assessment of the pelvic floor muscles which could be completed vaginally (females) or rectally (males & females). Your osteopath will discuss this option and receive your consent before initiating this exam.

About Belinda - Sleep Consultant

Originally from Austria, I trained at the European School of Osteopathy (ESO) in the UK where I obtained my Master of Osteopathy.


During my studies I volunteered at the ESO’s women’s health clinic where I developed a special interest in women's health – including pregnancy and post-partum care. I completed a variety of post-graduate courses, with a special focus on visceral (organ) manipulation and the effects of organs on the musculoskeletal system. Jaw problems, neck pain, and headaches are also fields of great interest. I firmly believe in finding the source of the pain rather than just treating the symptoms in order to achieve long-lasting results.


I enjoy treating a wide range of people, using a variety of techniques from gentle fascial release, cranial and visceral techniques, to structural adjustments in order to facilitate healing.

In my spare time I follow my biggest passion – hiking – with the determination to climb every mountain between Milford and Wanaka. On quieter days I practice yoga, mindfulness and meditation.


No need for a doctor's referral to see us.

Our Queenstown osteopaths are registered Primary Health Care Practitioners and ACC providers, so there is no need for a doctor's referral to be seen by us.

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