I am a Chiropractor who has mastered Applied Kinesiology, a technique based on functional muscle testing. I am a founding member of the Retained Neonatal Reflexes Technique and love assisting little people to function better. I see a lot of adults as well but children really are my passion.
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I’m now, as of 12 March 2018, working clinically from a peaceful beachy clinic in Redcliffe called Brilliance Chiropractic.
There’s nothing quite like a deadline to get you focussed, and events are like a deadline that go off with a BANG! I love the build up and crescendo that event management brings to my life.
Life is for learning. And the more I learn, the more curious I become. I have a thirst to understand things and am passionately inquisitive. My patients and my children are my greatest teachers. But here are my formal foundation studies.
The future belongs to the curious.
The ones who are not afraid to try it, explore it, poke at it, question it, and turn it inside out.
Working under Dr Keith Keen has been the greatest gift I could have imagined first year out of University. He taught me his life’s learnings and I have treasured them. He taught me that the greatest gift for any teacher is to have their student surpass them. He taught me how to be an ego free teacher, share my knowledge unreservedly with those who ask, and how to live without expectations. He shaped me into the practitioner and teacher I have become.
What an honour to be invited to tutor and examine 2nd year Chiropractic Skills whilst in my final year of my Masters of Chiropractic. And what a delightful bunch of students we had that year!