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Chiropractors in Logan City : Pickford Chiropractic Clinic

Mt Warren Park Chiropractor Dr Mark Pickford

Dr Mark Pickford

Dr Pickford graduated from RMIT in Melbourne in 1981 after a five year degree course in Chiropractic. After graduating, Mark set up his chiropractic practice in Beenleigh. He served the profession on the executive of the Chiropractic Association of Australia from 1982 and later became president of the Queensland branch for two years. He continued this service when he was appointed to the Queensland Registration Board in 1997 and became its chairperson for three years until he retired from the position in 2002. Read more»»

The Family Life of a Logan City Chiropractor

“I’m married to Annette and we have four children and four grandchildren. Our youngest daughter Hannah has graduated as a Chiropractor to carry on the family tradition. Our oldest daughter Shelley is married to Jeff and they have three sons – Will, Tom and Jack. Our second daughter Carly is married to Sean with one daughter – Maddison. Our son Luke is the manager of a FORD car dealership in Brisbane.”

When This Logan City Chiropractor Isn’t Seeing Patients

“I love the sea! Living at Runaway Bay gives me access to the water so I can go boating, fishing and jet skiing. I also enjoy travelling, not only around Australia, but overseas. However, there’s nothing quite like the Australian bush for camping and touring. “Perhaps you’ll resonate with my favourite quote, “Consistency is the key to success in any endeavour.” “I hope I get the opportunity to meet you and become your family’s chiropractor. Ring our Logan City Chiropractic office today and let’s get started!”

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Mt Warren Park Chiropractor Dr Christine Thatcher

Dr Christine Thatcher

Dr Christine Thatcher comes from Ontario, Canada. Her husband David is from Brighton, England. Christine did her Chiropractic degree at RMIT University in Melbourne and then they decided to make Queensland their home. Christine worked as a gym instructor for many years, so don’t hesitate to ask her for advice. Christine and Dave welcomed their first child Sophie into the world in September 2006. Then in July 2009 came the birth of their son Isaac.
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Dr Julie Hunter

Dr Julie Hunter Chiropractor Mt Warren ParkDr Julie Hunter received her undergraduate education from the University of Western Ontario (Canada) where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology with Honours. She continued her education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.). In addition to her chiropractic training, Dr Hunter has attended several specialized soft tissue technique and adjustment seminars. Dr Julie specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of conditions and disorders relating to the skeletal, nervous, and muscular systems. She believes firmly in treating the source of the problem rather than the symptoms alone and that education, as well as proper communication, is imperative to patient care. She strives to help each patient reach and maintain their optimal health.

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Dr Craig Matthews

Dr Craig Matthews Chiropractor Mt Warren ParkDr Craig graduated from Macquarie University, Sydney, in 2000 and since then has been in private practice. During this time, he has worked in a variety of clinical settings from a practice owner, locum and associate positions in NSW and Queensland.  He enjoys working with all age groups and backgrounds with primarily manual adjusting techniques adapted to the individual.  Dr Craig has been a board member of the Queensland Branch of the Chiropractors Association of Australia (CAAQLD) since 2008 in various roles and is a Justice of the Peace (Qualified), a service he happily provides to the community.
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Dr Nick Ahearn

Chiropractor Mt Warren Park Dr Nick AhearnDr Nick Ahearn graduated from a Bachelor of Health Science from Victoria University in 2011 focusing his studies on Exercise Physiology. He wanted to be able to help people regain their health through exercise. He found his passion for chiropractic and wanted to help people by incorporating exercise, nutrition, and chiropractic and transferred to RMIT in 2012. In his final year of chiropractic he was lucky enough to travel to Cambodia and provide volunteer chiropractic care to the villages in Kampong Thom. He says “this was a great experience as I was able to help those that really needed to be under chiropractic care.” In his spare time he enjoys watching the AFL, running and surfing to keep active.