Dr Dannielle Medhurst – Director/Chiropractor
DC BSc Hons
Glamorgan University (UK)
Dannielle obtained her degree in 2005 from the WIOC in Wales, UK. She has also completed multiple tertiary qualifications including dry needling and is currently completing her ICCSP qualification to be to be an Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sport Science Practitioner. This will allow her to work at events such as the Olympics, World Games and Commonwealth Games amongst others.
After graduation, Dannielle moved to Oman in the Middle East and opened its first ever mixer chiropractic clinic. Her primary goal was to offer a health care solution to those with no alternative. In 2011, a new challenge brought Dannielle to the Redlands. Dannielle has had a varied upbringing completing her studies in the UK and living abroad in Brunei and Oman.
Her philosophy for care is to ‘treat others how I would like to be treated and find what treatment best suits the complaint and individual’ therefore utilising a mixer style of care. She believes in the importance of crisis pain management, but more importantly maintenance care to improve quality of life via a holistic, non pharmaceutical approach. Although Dannielle has a keen interest in sports injuries her care can be styled to help any individual. Her aim is to help everyone function at their best.
Outside of clinic, Dannielle’s interests include camping, being outdoors and spending time with her two Dachsunds.
A word from Dannielle
“On a personal note. Over the years I too have suffered injuries. Those of a congenital and sporting nature but the worst was falling off a 10 meter cliff in 2010 and suffering ten+ spinal fractures, a few ribs, a dislocated jaw, two open head wounds and significant concussion. I lost my memory for a period and was on months off bed rest and rehabilitation. All this was after becoming a chiropractor! Although I recovered well I am now in the stages of early degenerative onset which has its own set of challenges. So yes I can totally sympathise with the physical but often emotional toll that comes when you are not living the life you want.”
Dannielle is registered with AHPRA and a member of the Australian Chiropractic Association.
Dr Lachlan Deane – Chiropractor
BHsc BAppSc (Chiro), DipRMT
Lachlan completed his chiropractic studies at RMIT University having previously obtained his Diploma of Remedial Massage and Level 1 Dry Needling and cupping credentials.
Lachlan believes that evaluation and treatment of the neuromusculoskeletal system can greatly benefit each patient across all life spans. Lachlan tailors his treatment to the individual, utilising a multi-modal approach to restore the relationship between structure and function of the spine and musculoskeletal system.
Lachlan has grown up playing a variety of sports therefore has a special interest in Sports Chiropractic and treating injuries in patients of various age groups and fitness levels. He is a very passionate about netball, having represented South Australia and Victoria since he was 17 years old and coaching in the Yarra Ranges and Goulburn Valley Leagues, as well as for RMIT University. Some of you may also recognise him from the sidelines of Melbourne’s social netball courts as an umpire!
A word from Lachlan
“Being an accomplished state and national Men’s netball player, involved in the sport at multiple levels as a player, coach and umpire, I understand about being in peak physical condition and looking after your body and keeping on top of any injuries to enable me to be at my best”
Being new to Brisbane, I am enjoying exploring the best coffee and food offerings, and looking for great places to to my Italian Greyhound for a run.
Lachlan is registered with AHPRA and a member of the Australian Chiropractic Association.