Lisa graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor and Masters degree of Chiropractic. Lisa takes a holistic approach when treating, observing the body working as whole and correcting bio-mechanical faults that increase the workload of muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons which can cause a person pain and dysfunction. Structural re-alignment is an integral aspect of her methodology to encourage the body to function at its optimum potential and help people live a happier, healthier life.
Lisa is a patient focus practitioner ensuring she explains in every day language why someones body isn’t functioning at its prime and her desired approach to correct this. Her attention is centred on each person as an individual and uses techniques based on their preferences. While some people enjoy manipulations she understands that others prefer a gentler approach such as mobilisations. Lisa is trained in Diversified and Gonstead manipulations, terminal point technique (TPT), muscle release techniques, myofascial therapy and rehabilitation which allows her to be able to treat the very young to the elderly.
Lisa started university as a mature aged student after living in Canada for 3 years where she worked, snowboarded and traveled as much as she could. Growing up with a younger brother who was born with cerebral palsy inspired Lisa to become a chiropractor so that she can extend her compassion to help the wider community live their most fulfilling and healthy life.