We offer a holistic approach.
Our practitioners may work on alternate shifts, but they work together and only fight with lightsabers.
If our practitioners think you would benefit more from the other, they will refer you on to ensure you get the best possible outcomes.
Dr Andrew McKinnon
After working in multiple different clinics throughout Australia Andrew now servies the Ascot Vale Community. Coming from a sporting background Andrew was constantly plagued by sporting injuries, mostly from basketball. On-going chiropractic treatment enabled him to continue playing sport and sparked his love for sports chiropractic, health the human body and its amazing ability to heal itself.
Andrew has worked with vast array of sporting people from grass roots levels to semiprofessional athletes from varying sports including: boxing, volleyball, basketball, soccer, rugby, football, power lifting, lacrosse, netball and snowboarding/skiing. These experiences have given him a depth of knowledge about sports, common injuries and prevention/rehabilitation strategies.
In 2012 Andrew was fortunate enough to travel to Cambodia as part of a volunteer medical team. This experience enabled him to see how chiropractic care can help people from all walks of life.
Andrew is passionate about family wellness care, and driven to help people become the healthiest version of themselves, whatever that means for them.
Fiona graduated with a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics from Flinders University after already completing a graduate diploma in human nutrition at Deakin University and a Bachelor of Science at Melbourne University. Now working as an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) both as a clinical dietitian within a major metropolitan hospital and consulting as a private dietitian, Fiona is down-to-earth with a passion for food and good health.
There are numerous reasons why you may seek the assistance of a dietitian such as;
· Assistance with weight loss or weight gain
· Diabetes management
· Chronic diseases such as kidney disease, liver disease or cardiac disease
· Gastrointestinal or digestive issues. Eg Irritable bowel disease or FODMAP diet
· Food allergies or intolerances
· Coeliac disease
· High cholesterol
· High blood pressure