Dr. Julie Frost
RN, BSc, DC
Dr. Frost first attained a Nursing Degree in 1978 and graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. Since then she has been working in private practice in WA. Julie utilises low force techniques in addition to more traditional ones while incorporating her treatment program. She takes a special interest in spinal biomechanics and its effect on health and well-being.
Dr. Andrew Wilkinson
BSc. (Chiro), B.Chiro
So let me introduce myself, I'm Andrew.
I am a 1979 vintage; I graduated as a chiropractor in 2008; I play hockey for WASP's hockey club in South Perth; I love moving! And I love that my body loves movement; and I am more than happy to oblige it!
My wife & I recently took up triathlon and completed the Busselton Half Ironman this year (2016). I completed the 113km course in 5 hours & 39 minutes - next year I expect I'll complete it more quickly (Write it publicly to hold yourself accountable!)
Why is all this important? Because MY CHIROPRACTIC is all about movement and consistency. Your body is a machine (and your temple) and it needs to function properly to be effective. It needs to be able to MOVE - through full ranges of motion, with perfect alignment (if possible). So my goal for ALL of my clients is for them to move effectively, with control, strength and ease.
If you are on this journey, chiropractic can help. If you are not on that journey - hop on the train - as this is the future people and in a world where we are living longer and longer, don't you want your body to make the distance? I certainly do do. That's why I move as much as I can, eat well, sleep enough and get chiropractic treatments regularly.
My clientele are diverse in age, ethnicity and movement ability. If you have a muscluloskeletal system, you should see to it. If you have teeth see a dentist for maintenance/repair; if your car has an engine, take it to a mechanic for maintenance/repair - you get the idea. My opinion is that, and I may be biased, your musculoskeletal system is the most important 'thing' to look after. It is virtually irreplaceable (currently), and deserves your care.
If you don't know whether to see a chiro, physio or osteo, just find someone that you trust. They will help you regardless - it is their purpose.
I hope to see you soon - to help you get on track, and continue or commence your journey to health, movement and well being.
Life is much better that way.
Dr. Jasmine Rio Torto