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We believe in healing the person, not just the symptoms
At Mt Martha Chiropractic & Sports Injury Clinic, we tailor your healthcare to your individual needs.
Chiropractors in Australia are nationally registered and regulated healthcare professionals.
Chiropractors address the management of neuro-musculoskeletal disorders; looking at diagnosis, treatment; management and prevention. This includes the spine, our muscles , our ligaments , our nerves and our joints. These disorders often result in pain, affect activities of daily living; may result in time off work and may impact on the function of the nervous system and general health.
Our bodies have an amazing potential to heal and our team love to assist our patients on their health journey.
Many things can impact our health and the spine: nutrition, stress; sleep; ergonomics; the environment; exercise.... The scope of chiropractic is extensive as we seek to improve the well being of our patients.
Australian chiropractors spend a minimum of five years at university, with extensive training in anatomy physiology, neurology and much more.
Dr Roxanne Daniels studied in Melbourne at Phillip Institute of Technology, now part of RMIT. Her first post graduate diploma was from RMIT and her second in 2010 at Murdoch, Western Australia. She also has qualifications from Northwestern College in America and The Prague School of Rehab in the Czech Republic.
Dr Rachel Duncan graduated in 2015 from RMIT with distinction. She has a Bachelor of Health Sciences & Masters of Clinical Chiropractic and continues to upgrade her qualifications regularly.
Chiropractors are registered under AHPRA, which is the organisation responsible for the registration and accreditation of 10 health professions across Australia & its primary purpose it to protect the public. A chiropractor’s education never ends. After entering practice, all chiropractors must complete continuing professional development courses and seminars to upgrade and improve their skills and to stay current on the latest scientific research.
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