Dr. Taryn Frame

Chiropractor B. Chiropractic science, B. Chiropractic.
Dr. Taryn Frame - Health Space Clinics

Growing up Taryn was very involved with competitive swimming and soccer. She later worked as a sports trainer and swimming coach for many years. Her love of sport is what inspired her to pursue Chiropractic as she realised the importance of manual care in recovery and performance.

Taryn has a special interest in sports related injuries and rehabilitation as well as women’s health, pregnancy and children.

She strongly believes in using a holistic approach to her care and is driven to help others achieve a happy, healthy and vibrant life. Her focus is not just on managing pain but also helping her patients reach optimal health.
Taryn tailors her treatments according to her clients needs and preferences. She utilizes a variety of different techniques such as manual and low force adjusting, Activator, Thompson drop piece, blocking, soft tissue therapy, and dry needling.

Taryn completed her degree at Murdoch University in Perth and has recently relocated with her husband to Sydney to join the Health Space team. She chose to live in Mosman for the close knit community and the beautiful beaches. When Taryn is not working at Health Space she enjoys going the local beaches, scuba diving and rock climbing with her husband.

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