Chiropractic paediatrics, Postural Neurology, Torque Release Technique, Neuro-Emotional Technique
Ben has over thirty years of clinical experience, having practiced in both rural and urban settings in Australia and overseas. After initially studying science at the ANU (Honours in Zoology) and working at the John Curtin School of Medical Research, he then went onto study chiropractic at the Phillip Institute of Technology(PIT). He graduated from PIT in 1989 (now RMIT University).
With a focus on providing quality care to people of all ages, Ben has undertaken further courses in Applied Kinesiology (AK), Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET), Torque Release Technique (TRT) and Postural Neurology and Chiropractic paediatrics.
Ben has a long service within the chiropractic profession, most recently as vice-president of the ACT branch of the Australian Chiropractors’ Association.
Back Pain, Neck Pain, Headache, Sports Injury
Michael Badham graduated from the Chiropractic College of Australasia (Melbourne) in 1974, commencing practice in Canberra in early 1975. In 1976, he opened the Weston Creek Chiropractic Centre (located at this site since 1980). Michael holds an Advanced Proficiency rating for the Activator Method of Chiropractic, and a Graduate Diploma in Population Health (ANU).
Michael believes, chiropractic is patient-focussed: he conduct a full history and an examination, and discuss treatment options with patients. This means that each treatment plan is tailored to one’s particular needs and concerns.
Neuroplastic Treatment, Visceral Anatomy, Musculoskeletal Anatomy, Spinal Anatomy and Surface Anatomy.
Dr. Jason Barritt (chiropractor), completed 2 years of undergraduate studies in science at Macquarie University and then 4 years at the University of New South Wales and is published in one of the world’s most prestigious neurological journals for his research on neuroplasticity. His honours thesis was titled “Plasticity in the Trigeminal System”. The Trigeminal nerve is a nerve in the face. Using electron microscopy, he discovered a nerve which helped solve a puzzle that scientists had pondered for years. He was awarded a university prize for “Outstanding Merit in Anatomy” and graduated with first class honours. He then completed his 4 year Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic – West in California (PCCW).