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Dr Prudence Crichton-Browne

Dr Prudence Crichton-Browne - Health Space Clinics

Prudence graduated with a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Master of Chiropractic from Macquarie University in 2013.

Having grown up in Oatley it only felt natural to return to Oatley to raise her family. Having a young family keeps Prudence active and outdoors enjoying all the parks and walking tracks this leafy suburb has to offer.

With a focus on providing quality care to people of all ages using a variety of gentle techniques including manual adjustments, mobilisations, soft tissue methods, activator and rehabilitation to provide a complete treatment for each individual patient. Prudence has an emphasis on work related posture and injuries, management of headache, migraine and chronic neck pain along with a growing interest in woman’s health and pregnancy care.

Prudence believes movement is the key to optimal body function and living pain free. She will address and diagnose your symptoms and tailor a treatment plan specific to your needs.

Prudence is committed to keeping up to date with the the latest research to ensure each patient receives the best possible care.

A registered member of Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the Chiropractic Association of Australia (CAA).

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