Growing up in the south west of WA and being a country girl at heart, I have always had an innate understanding of natural living, the value of home-grown foods as well as an interest in old-fashioned natural remedies. My passion in health and well-being led me to elect Chiropractic as a profession as it aligns with my philosophy of solving health and wellness issues the natural way.
I graduated from Murdoch University with a Bachelor of Chiropractic in 2010. During my time in university I had the opportunity to combine my love of travel with my studies and got involved with committees that provided volunteer Chiropractic health care to many sporting and music events, remote mining and aboriginal communities in the Pilbara, as well as underprivileged communities in Northern India. I am grateful that during these trips I was exposed to a wide range of health conditions that I am now able to apply in my work today.
My career began in Bunbury where I practiced for 1 year, moving on to Manjimup for 4 years and for the past 2 years, after moving back to the Fremantle area, I have been supervising students at the Murdoch University Chiropractic Clinic. My special interest lies in women’s health, pregnancy and paediatrics particularly when I had my daughter 5 years ago. Being a mother has been a great learning experience that has inspired me to further my studies in the treatment for children.
I employ a variety of techniques such as manual Chiropractic adjustments for joint dysfunction, trigger point therapy and soft tissue therapies to cater to a wide range of health conditions such as neck and back pain, headaches, stress related issues, disc problems, sporting injuries amongst others. Additionally, I provide nutritional advice to supplement your Chiropractic treatment as my preferred approach is to encompass the body, the mind and the spirit.
I look forward to meeting you all at Canning Vale Chiropractic Clinic where I am excited to start the next chapter in my career.