Osteopathy graduate Ed Wittich’s career has simply been 'outside the box’.
"When I was a VU Osteopathy student I never thought I’d end up analysing rowing in North Korea, advising coaches at the Victorian Institute of Sport or reviewing Nike footwear design in the US.
The highlight of my VU studies was the learning environment, where I was prepared to think outside the box and apply professional practical skills straight after graduating.
Through VU I began training in an undergraduate mentor program at Beaumaris Sports and Spinal, which enabled me to learn in a medical clinic while still at uni. I also met my current employer, BAT Logic, in my last year at uni after being awarded the Most Outstanding Osteopathic Student.
I now work as a Performance Innovation consultant at BAT Logic, which includes overseas travel and working with some fantastic Olympic and professional sports teams, and sports companies."