Daniel completed his Bachelor of Applied Science (Clinic Science) / Bachelor of Chiropractic Science at RMIT in 2004. Daniel is a member of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia and is a registered Chiropractor in Australia.
To Daniel, Chiropractic care isn’t about regular scheduled visits it’s about looking after the whole body holistically. He enjoys caring for and building relationships with patients of all ages, from the newborn to the elderly.
With the use of various techniques, such as manual adjustment, soft tissue therapy, Gonstead, acupuncture, Activator and blocks Daniel is able to care for the needs of each patient.
In his spare time Daniel competes in triathlons at a World/National level as well working as a trainer for a local football and netball club. He therefore has a strong interest in sport, health and fitness and believes that taking an integrated and holistic approach to health together with chiropractic care ensures that individuals have the potential to reach not only health and sporting goals but also have healthy day-today living.
Dr. Nicola Roberts completed her studies in chiropractic at RMIT, receiving a Bachelor of Health Science (Chiropractic) and a Masters of Clinical Chiropractic both with distinction.
Previous to her chiropractic studies Nicola completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage at the Australian College of Sports Therapy and worked in the industry for many years before deciding to further her education.
Nicola has spent the past 5 years working in the Gippsland area and as apart of the GSE Health team. She believes that by providing treatments incorporating both manual and gentle low force adjustment techniques in combination with her massage and soft tissue skills she can adjust her approach to suit every individuals health needs and assist people of all ages with the chiropractic treatment most suited to them.
Nicola also has a keen interest in sports chiropractic and enjoys spending her weekends working as a sports trainer, helping local footballers and netballers with injury prevention, management and rehabilitation.
Outside of the clinic Nic can be found on the netball court, on the golf course and also has a keen interest in yoga
Marvin is passionate in delivering an evidence-based, patient centred approach of chiropractic.
Marvin commenced his chiropractic education after transferring from a bachelor of Behavioural Neuroscience with Monash University. Throughout his studies he gained qualifications in remedial massage and sports training. In continuing with his interest in the nervous system, he has completed over 400 hours in clinical neuroscience training focussing on vestibular rehabilitation and nutrition.
Since graduating with distinction, Dr. Marvin Sangalang formally completed post graduate studies with the Carrick Institute of Postgraduate studies in Clinical Neuroscience. He has recently been awarded a diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. Marvin has a keen interest in mild traumatic brain injuries in sport, vestibular-rehabilitation utilising biofeedback training to increase joint awareness.
This year Marvin is involved as the head trainer for Dusties football and netball club. Marvin is passionate to offer a holistic approach to pain sufferers by incorporating massage, chiropractic adjustments and rehabilitative advice in his consults. He holds provider numbers as a chiropractor and remedial massage therapist making it more accessible for private health insurance members.
Marvin is a member of the Chiropractors Association of Australia and Sports Medicine Australia.
Lauren completed her 5 years of study in Osteopathy at Victoria University, receiving a Bachelor of Science (Clinical Science) and a Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). Lauren is a government registered osteopath and a member of Osteopathy Australia.
Lauren enjoys treating a range of patients from all age groups with an interest in acute sporting injuries, chronic pain, headaches/migraines and pregnancy related pain. She uses a combination of direct and indirect techniques, depending on the presentation, to achieve the best outcome.
Lauren aims to treat holistically looking at all aspects of the patient and their lifestyle. She will compliment her osteopathic treatments with tailored exercise and self management plans to help patients achieve their goals.
Lauren was born, raised and still lives in the local area. Outside of Osteopathy Lauren is enthusiastic about sports. She is involved in local netball, football and cricket clubs in a professional capacity, helping with injury management and prevention, and a non professional way as a player and supporter.
Away from the sports and health field, Lauren’s passion is photography and will often be found with a camera in hand finding new subjects to capture. Lauren also enjoys being outdoors, walking the dogs and she has recently discovered the fun in gardening!
Marita is a certified Remedial massage therapist based at Daniel Willis Chiropractic Clinic. Other modalities I practice include:
Regualr massage treatment relieves the anxiety and fatigue caused by our everyday life. Remedial massage aims to restore function and promote a sense of wellbeing. Through my studies and continuous learning I have gained a greater understanding of the benefits of massage. Being able to use this knowledge to improve the health and wellbeing of my clients is satisfying and rewarding.
Liz completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage and has been workin in the industry for 8 years. Liz takes a holistic approach by providing a range of techniques which include:
All these assist to help reduce muscle pain and increase range of motion while restoring strength and stability to a muscle dysfunction. Liz believes providing a range of techniques suits every individual.
Dr. Kylee Junghans (Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner and Acupuncturist) is an evidence-based practitioner and co-founder of the world’s largest online acupuncture research group. She has a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Griffith University School of Medicine, and is passionate about applying and combining the latest scientific research with over two thousand years of Chinese medical knowledge.”
“When not practicing, she is working in her organic market garden, growing hard-to-get vegetables for restaurants locally and in Melbourne”
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Our Font of house staff (also know as "the gate keepers") are trained to make your needs easier. If you are not sure whether you need a massage, some core training, post surgical rehabilitation, acupunture for hormonal regulation, or some Chiropractic care, have a chat to the gate keepers to see what best suits you.
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