About Us

Dr Tyna Murray (B.HlthSci, M.Chiro),
Chiropractor

My Chiropractic experience began very early in life. When my mother was pregnant with me she experienced low back pain, and turned to Chiropractic for a drug free solution. From then on I received regular chiropractic check ups – especially when challenging myself on the sporting field.

After high school I completed a 3 year Bachelor of Health Science (majoring in Neuroscience, Pathology and Physiology) at Adelaide University. While studying my part time job was working as a chiropractic assistant; this is where I decided that chiropractic was the career for me. From Adelaide I then moved to Sydney to complete my Master of Chiropractic at Macquarie University.

After university I worked as a locum and travelled overseas indulging in my love for hiking and exotic cuisine. Most recently I had been working in private practice in Naracoorte SA. It was my privilege to work on people ranging in ages from newborn to their 90s!

My particular area of interest is maternal, geriatric and sporting care.

Since graduating I have undertaken additional study in various techniques including; SOT, Applied Kinesiology, Maternal care, Pilates and Musculoskeletal Dry Needling. I am passionate about helping people achieve their health and wellbeing goals. My partner Will and I have returned to the South West and are excited to once again be involved in such a wonderful community!

Dr. Claire Kane (B.HlthSci, B.AppSci (Chiropractic)
Chiropractor

Growing up in nearby Warrnambool I was introduced to Chiropractic early in my life. I was adjusted from a young age as both my parents saw a chiropractor, and took my siblings and I along as well.

In my later years of high school I began experiencing frequent headaches and my parents took me back to our chiropractor. After a couple of visits where I was adjusted and given advice on my posture, my headaches became a thing of the past. This experience for me, in addition to their holistic approach to health, sparked my interest in pursuing a career as a chiropractor.

After high school I moved to Melbourne for 5 years to study a double Bachelor in Health Science/Applied Science (Chiropractic) at RMIT. While studying I worked as a sports trainer at a local football club, I also attended additional Seminars in Musculoskeletal Dry Needling, Sacro-Occipital Technique and pregnancy care.

I enjoy working with community members of all ages to achieve their functional and health goals, and have a particular interest in sports and posture related care. Outside of work you will most likely find me enjoying time outdoors with the dog, or playing hockey.

I am excited to be back in the South West, and look forward to being a part of the Camperdown and surrounds community!

Dr. Chloe Wilkinson
(B.BiomedSc, BHsc(Chiro), M.ClinChiro)

Growing up I always enjoyed helping others and learning about the wonders of the human body. I developed a keen interest in healthcare due to my Mum’s influence as a nurse.

After finishing high school I studied a Bachelor of Biomedical Science at the University of Ballarat, where I completed some work experience with a local chiropractor and became fascinated with the magic of chiropractic care and helping people achieve their health goals. I then went on to complete a further 5 years study in a Bachelor of Health Science (Chiropractic) and a Masters of Clinical Chiropractic at RMIT Melbourne, graduating with an Achievement in Community Service Award.

Throughout my studies I have completed extra training in Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT), Thompson Technique, flexion-distraction therapy, musculoskeletal dry needling and myofascial cupping.

My treatment areas of interest include postural corrections, rehabilitation exercises and I hope to complete further training in chronic pain management techniques in the future.

In my down time I enjoy cycling, baking and taking my dog to the beach.
After many years away I am looking forward to being a bit closer to my family in Warrnambool and showing my ‘city slicker’ partner the country way of life.