Ian Curnow – Chiropractor
BSc M Chiropractic, Grad Dip Neuromusculoskelatal Rehab,
Cert Acupuncture, Cert Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation (DNS)
Ian gained his chiropractic degree at Macquarie University and after a number of years practicing in Sydney returned home to Kingscliff to start Tweed Coast Chiropractic in 2000. Ian has post graduate qualifications in rehabilitation, and as a result, has a strong interest in rehabilitation and evidence based practice. Rehabilitation may involve a variety of techniques including adjustments (diversified), soft tissue therapies (massage, trigger point, myofacial release) DNS, active release technique, activator, specialised exercises, taping and acupuncture. The goal of this approach is to help the individual via hands-on treatment and appropriate self mangement. Ian provides individual specific care based on the age and health of the patient.
Ian is a member of the Chiropractic and Osteopathic College of Australasia (COCA) and the Australian Musculoskeletal Network.
Ashlee is originally from Bendigo, Victoria and attended Macquarie University to complete her Chiropractic degree. She has a number of years’ experience practicing in a multidisciplinary clinic in Sydney in addition to working as a Rehabilitation Advisor in CTP claims. Her focus is on delivering evidence-based care and tailoring treatment to the individual, ensuring she delivers a personalized, caring approach.
She uses diversified-style adjusting, drop piece, dry needling, various soft tissue techniques, stretching and incorporates rehab into her treatment. Since graduating, she has attended a wide range of seminars on manual therapy techniques, injury management, paediatrics and functional movement. Ashlee has a strong interest in functional rehabilitation and is passionate about helping others.
After living in Sydney for the last 10 years, she has moved to the beautiful Tweed coast as she loves the beach and spending time outdoors.
Ashlee is a member of CA (Chiropractic Australia) and CAA (Chiropractors’ Association of Australia).
Zare Edwards – Remedial Massage
Zare has many years experience as a fully accredited remedial therapist and draws from a great range of massage therapy trainings and techniques to offer a comprehensive treatment.
Incorporating remedial and relaxation techniques assists in the recovery process, beneficially impacting on all the body systems, reducing stress and enhancing wellbeing.
Zare’s treatments address the full body to provide relief for the autonomic nervous system and to identify all the tension areas the body holds. In this wholistic approach specific musculoskeletal imbalances and injuries are addressed and treatments are always individually tailored.
Sessions often include myofascial cupping which is very effective for breaking down adhesions between the skin, muscle and fascia (connective tissue) resulting in nerve relief, deeper muscular relaxation and stimulated detoxification. When appropriate, dry needling is also incorporated. This is a targeted technique focusing on the trigger points (adhesions) in the muscle. Very fine acupuncture needles are used in a very sensitive way to encourage the muscle to reset away from spasm into relaxation.
Treatments are firm but sensitive.
Sessions with Zare are very popular, booking well in advance is recommended.
All health fund rebates apply.
Johnathon Dao – Japanese Acupuncture, Chinese medicine, Shiatsu and Chi Nei Tsang
Johnathon Dao has been in clinical practice for 22 years practicing oriental medicine. This includes Japanese acupuncture, Chinese medicine, Shiatsu and Chi Nei Tsang (abdominal organ manipulation massage). Traditional oriental medicine aims at treating the whole body and not just the disease so that when the body is in balance the caues/disease is washed away. In addition to treating common ailments, he has experience in the treatment of digestive, hormonal and reproductive conditions and also with emotional and sleep problems. He is also experienced in Quit smoking, weight loss and detox treatments.
Jonathon is registered for health fund rebates.
Vicki Lawrie – Massage Therapist
Vicki has over 20 years experience providing remedial massage, sports and deep tissue, relaxation, lymphatic drainage, reflexology, myofascial release, traditional Chinese cupping, and Indian head massage.
All treatments are designed to relieve stress and pain. If you are interested in any of the above modalities just ask Vicki.
She is accredited for all health fund rebates.
Kathryn Richards – Audiologist
Life’s great when you experience the joys of hearing well.
The Audio Clinic offers:
Free Services and rebates are available
For an appointment tel: 02 66860820
For more information visit https://www.audioclinic.com.au/
- Mon: 8:30am - 6:00pm
- Tues: 8:30am - 6:00pm
- Wed: 8:30am - 6:00pm
- Thurs: 8:30am - 6:00pm
- Fri: 8:30am - 6:00pm
- Sat: 8:30am - 1.00pm