Dr Aaron Smith (chiropractor)
Originally from Western Victoria, Aaron moved to Melbourne to study chiropractic at RMIT where he graduated with distinction with a Bachelor of health science (chiro) and Masters in Clinical Chiropractic degree.
Aaron uses many and varied treatment techniques to create a treatment plan that works for you. Aaron’s focus is not only treating the spine and but also the involved muscles and soft tissue structures that may be contributing to your condition.
“I see my role as a chiropractor is to create an environment where we can work together to help you achieve your health goals. I strongly believe that understanding your body and how your condition may affect the way it functions is an integral part of of the healing process and I am always keen to help you with this understanding.”
Remedial Massage Therapists.
Jen first came to Chiropractic and Remedial Massage care over 15 years ago as a patient suffering neck pain, chronic headaches and migraine. When she found natural therapy managed her conditions and significantly reduce her use of pain killers, she was inspired to pursue her desire to help others and become a remedial massage therapist herself.
Jen studied at the highly regarded MIMT and has been working at Watsonia since 2013 as a Remedial Massage Therapist and Chiropractic Assistant, giving her a unique understanding of patients and their needs.
Jen uses a wide range of techniques including myofascial release, muscle energy technique, trigger point therapy and cupping.
Jen sees her role as a remedial massage therapist is to assist her patients manage their conditions, pain or injuries and restore function and balance to the soft tissue in the body. Her goals for her patients are similar to that of her own – to have her patients moving and feeling better through natural therapy.
A Remedial Massage Practitioner by training, Oz brings a tremendous enthusiasm and a caring nature to her role in assisting and encouraging people to rebalance their health.
As a dedicated yoga practitioner and with a previous career in social work, Oz views physical health as strongly interlinked with mental wellbeing. She incorporates a holistic approach into her treatments, aiming for an alignment of not only the body, but also the mind and soul.
Oz combines hands-on treatment with postural education, lifestyle changes, and the provision of guidance in strengthening exercises, to bring about increased wellbeing and improvements to the life quality to her clients.