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Declan was drawn to becoming a chiropractor as it’s an active job that allows him to work with his hands to help people. He finds the human body fascinating. “I like watching people get better and be able to get back to living their life without pain holding them back.”
To prepare for his chiropractic career, Declan graduated from the five-year chiropractic program at Murdoch University in 2020.
Declan’s approach to Chiropractic Care includes starting with massage techniques to help relax the muscles of the affected area and to remove tension from the joints. Next, he uses spinal manipulation/mobilisation to improve his patient's range of motion.
Exercises and stretches also will be given to help reduce your pain and improve your overall physical wellbeing. Declan has a particular interest in helping patients with neck, headache, and shoulder pain.
Declan also specialises in dry needling.
When he’s not at the clinic helping patients, Declan loves watching just about any sport. Port Adelaide and Arsenal are his favourite teams.
Qualifications and Experience
- 2020 - Bachelor Applied Science (Chiropractic) (B App Sc (Chiro)) from Murdoch University
- 08:00am - 08:00pm
- 10:00am - 06:00pm
- 08:00am - 08:00pm
- 09:00am - 06:00pm
- 09:00am - 05:00pm
- 08:00am - 02:00pm
- Air Conditioned Facility
- Free Street Parking
- Dentist Nearby
- Pharmacy Nearby
- Free Onsite Parking
- Comfortable Waiting Room
Directions and parking
There is limited street parking available out the front of the clinic. More parking is available behind the clinic, which is accessible down the side street next to Ellenbrook Essential Therapies.
Our location is convenient for anyone located in Aveley, The Vines, Upper Swan, Henley Brook, Middle Swan, Brabham, Millendon, Baskerville, Herne Hill, or Dayton.
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