by SerumTD-019 | Mar 12, 2018
Since he was very young, Cameron knew he wanted to dedicate himself to helping other people, which made becoming a chiropractor an easy decision. He graduated from the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, and is now on a mission to serve the families in his community.
A sponge for knowledge! With a passion for health, fitness and sport this led to so many opportunities in his younger years. Adam was found representing his schools and town in many state and national sporting and academic events. His true passion was AFL footy at this stage. Later Adam moved to boarding school at Ballarat and Clarendon College for 2 years to follow his football dream.
Before heading off to boarding school Adam embarked on a journey to complete work experience with Dr Andrew Kerr in Adelaide. Andrew became Adam’s mentor after seeing so many people entre the practice to be adjusted and leaving with a big smile and greater health.
Graduating with a Bachelor and Masters of Chiropractic with honours and winning the clinical excellence award Dr Adam has never looked back and has had many successful practices. Through the practices Adam has been able to help many people achieve health and see the world in a different way.
Adam is now coaching and mentoring other Chiropractors on how to serve their communities on better health. Dr Adam has a passion for seeing families; especially children, mothers and babies he made the call to travel to Melbourne 18 long weekends over 2 years to do a Diplomate in Chiropractic Neurodevelopmental Paediatrics and now has a practice with so many mums and babies achieving better health!
Currently Dr Adams projects on top of full-time practice include getting Chiropractic to regional and remote areas. And is looking to team with the government and Menzies school of health to do a research project on Chiropractic and Otitis Media in Indigenous Communities! As well as being a Dad to his pride and joy Olivia and husband to his rock and best friend Emily who make all of this possible.
In his late teens and early twenties, Daniel got into powerlifting and bodybuilding. As his interest for this developed, so did his interest for the human body and how it works. He was looking for natural ways to improve function and ability to perform better when he came across Chiropractic. After experiencing Chiropractic and how different the approach to health is, he was determined to be a part of this profession and help people live their best life. Shortly thereafter Daniel moved to New Zealand to study at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, widely known to provide the best Chiropractic education in the world.
Daniel has a special interest in ideal function and optimal wellbeing, and how these concepts are linked together. He strives to help practice members reach their goals, whether big or small, and be able to live their lives the way they want.
Aaron is passionate about getting people healthier and functioning at their absolute best. It was this that saw him observe a number of different health professionals in South West Victoria as a teenager and eventually it was a no brainer that a Doctor of Chiropractic was the way to go!
What makes Aaron the happiest is seeing so many people able to do the things they love doing without any pain or symptoms and being the best version of themselves that they can be.
It is not only Aaron’s passion for Chiropractic care, but also both nutrition and exercise that puts him in a position to provide people with the most optimum overall results.
Aaron has worked with newborns right up to his oldest ever practice member at 99 years young and believes everyone can benefit from specific neuro-structual chiropractic care.
Dr Aaron is a current member of the Chiropractors Association of Australia, The Gonstead Chiropractic Society of Australia and the Australia Health Practitioners Registration Agency.
My parents understood the importance of the nervous system, its relationship to health and healthy development of a growing child. As I was growing up I noticed that being regularly checked by my family chiropractor meant that I didn’t have as many sick days as many of my classmates. I also felt like it improved my concentration at school and gave me a bit of an edge on the sports field.
Although at the age of 15 I didn’t really fully understand the full potential of chiropractic, I decided that when I finished school I would travel to Auckland and start studying to become a chiropractor at the world-renowned New Zealand College of Chiropractic.
For the past three years I have been practicing in Mount Maunganui, New Zealand in a busy family practice seeing hundreds of young families, babies, pregnant women, and anyone wanting to take their health and performance to the next level naturally!
In my spare time I love to be outdoors enjoying the beach, surfing, working out, or generally anything that is going to keep me fit and healthy. If I’m not doing any of that I will be more than likely watching whatever sport is on!
My mission is to improve the health of families within the community through natural chiropractic care in order to grow healthy kids and adults that thrive in everything they do!
Sarah completed her studies at Murdoch University in Perth, graduating with her Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Clinical Chiropractic.
Sarah believes that each person has a different journey to wellness and it is important to educate each person about how to keep their body as happy and healthy as it can be. With experience working with WA state league Football and Rugby teams, Sarah gained valuable skills with athletes and experienced firsthand how Chiropractic can optimise performance. She believes that the best care often requires a multi-disciplinary approach and incorporates her knowledge of nutrition and rehab to optimise outcomes and a human’s ability to heal!
Outside of the clinic, Sarah loves all things at the beach and in the water, and spends her time swimming, diving and snorkelling.
Chiropractic Life are seeking the right Associate Chiropractors to join our growing company.
Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Chiropractic)
Graduating from RMIT in Melbourne, Stefan is passionate about unleashing the trapped potential within our nervous systems, liberating the optimal expression of our innate intelligence within our bodies. Stefan gives particular focus to the first two segments of the spine (Upper Cervical) to make the greatest change and frequents Brisbane three times a year to up-skill himself in this area. If he’s not adjusting spines, you’ll find him immersed in creating music or furthering his knowledge base.
Upon graduating, Dr Baldock worked extensively throughout South America running various Chiropractic clinics and continuing to offer Chiropractic care to those who needed it most. This work with outreach programs gave Dr Baldock a very unique and diverse skillset, and he is still as passionate as ever about caring for his community.
Other than chiropractic, Lochie loves dad jokes, fishing, and complaining how hot Darwin is compared to his native Victoria.
She studied chiropractic at RMIT University in Melbourne. Since graduating in 2014, Valentine has worked in Kenya, South Australia and has recently moved back to Melbourne. She has undertaken further studies in functional neurology and is currently pursuing a postgraduate studies in chiropractic paediatrics. She is passionate about working with children and families and encourages creating a healthy generation.
Her interests lay in music, creative arts, travel, food and adventure. She enjoys a good cup of coffee and a great restaurants.
Valentine is excited to join our team and is looking forward to helping you along your health journey.
Holly’s love of being active and horse riding led indirectly to finding her vocation as a Chiropractor. After a horse-riding accident at 14 years old, Holly found herself at a Chiropractor, who educated her about health and how her body heals itself naturally. She has never looked back!
After graduating from New Zealand College of Chiropractic, Holly worked in Perth, WA, before traveling around Australia as a locum, and ending up in Townsville, QLD with Chiropractic Life. During her time locuming she experienced lots of different practices, with focuses from sports to children to farming communities. Holly has also been undertaking extra studies in paediatrics.
Having personally experienced the amazing benefits of being under care, Holly is passionate about helping anyone who wants to improve their health, body and life! Being a part of people’s journeys is a real honour, and something that she loves doing every day.
Besides Chiropractic, Holly’s other joys in life include anything outdoors, especially the ocean, her fiancé Josh, and their rescue dog Alkira.