Farewell Danielle

It is with sadness that we announce that Danielle will be leaving us in November to move to New Zealand. She, and her husband Ryan, have purchased a practice on the south island and will be moving there to live.

Thank you

We would like to take this opportunity to thank Danielle — she has been such a wonderful addition to the team here at VPCC for many years and will be sorely missed. She has demonstrated an amazing level of care and coaoraki-90388__180mpassion to everyone she has come in contact with, and this has been greatly appreciated.

Tania Kent, who has been at the practice for many years, will take over the care of Danielle’s patients. She will increase her hours as follows:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9.00am-3.00pm (available during the lunch break)

Tuesday & Thursday 7.45am-6.00pm.

She looks forward to meeting every one of Danielle’s patients and continuing their care. Simon Kent will be taking over Saturday mornings.

Danielle’s last day is Friday 4th November, so make sure you come and say goodbye to her before then. We wish Danielle & Ryan all the very best as they embark on the next phase of their lives.

Spring = Gardening season

After a long period of dormancy for many gardens and gardeners, spring is motivation to get out into the garden and get our hands dirty. Unfortunately, the combination of winter rains and spring sunshine combine for fervent weed growth—the bane of any gardener. If you’re like us, you would prefer not to use chemical means to kill weeds, so what are the alternatives? Here are a couple of useful tips:

  • For weeds in pavers – pour boiling water on the offending plant (yes, that’s right, boil up the kettle and empty the contents, being careful not to splash any hot water on yourself!)
  • For weeds in garden beds try spraying vinegar on the offending plant.
  • If you do need to resort to manual means of weed removal, ensure that you don’t bend your back. Kneel (use an old cushion) if you can, or squat and ensure you’re not in one position for extended periods of time.
  • Mulch well to discourage weed growth and retain moisture.


Massage at VPCC

We are thrilled to announce that massage therapist, Amanda Scadden will be joining VPCC from Friday 2nd September. Her hours will be:

Wednesdays 4.15 – 8.00pm,

Fridays 1.00 – 6.00pm,

Saturdays 12.00 – 4.00pm.

Book online via or call 8332 4567.


SALA 2016

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Once again we are very excited to be taking part in SALA and are very happy to welcome back Mu Young.




SHW16-MREC-staticBack Your Inner Athlete

This year, Spinal Health Week 2016 runs from 23 to 29 May with the theme ‘Back Your Inner Athlete’.

Reduce Pain


Every day more and more Australians experience disabling low back pain, neck pain and headaches, limiting their ability to work and engage in an active healthy life.

Improve Posture

One explanation for this is the impact an increasingly sedentary lifestyle has on postural fitness. Think about all the hours you spend each day sitting at work or school, on a computer or other mobile device, watching television or playing computer games. Poor posture increases pressure on your spine which can cause low back pain, neck pain, headaches and fatigue.

Low back pain is a growing problem and now ranks second in Australasia and seventh in the world according to the World Health Organisation’s latest Global Burden of Disease study. Neck pain is also problematic ranking ninth in Australasia and 21st in the world. Through the Back Your Inner Athlete campaign, Australian chiropractors are supporting the initiative of the WHO Member States to achieve ‘a voluntary global NCD target for a reduction of 10% in physical inactivity by 2025’.

Activate Performance

You don’t need to be a sporting professional to achieve peak performance. Back Your Inner Athlete through the three P’s: Reduce Pain, Improve Posture, Activate Performance.

Chiropractic care focuses on the relationship between body structure (primarily the spine and pelvis) and function (as coordinated by the nervous system) and how this relationship can restore and maintain health. Adopting healthy habits today (such as improving postural fitness) can significantly reduce the risk of  injury or pain later on and have a positive impact on your self-esteem, social relationships and even mental health.

Celebrate Spinal Health Week on 23 May by downloading the CAA Back App with augmented reality feature at, on the Apple App Store or Google Play.

Spinal Health Week 2016 is a national initiative of the Chiropractors’ Association Australia (CAA).




Our latest exhibition is by artist Grace Myers. Once again we are fortunate to have such fabulous art on display at the clinic.

Images courtesy of Mu Young

Images courtesy of Mu Young

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Wishing you all a safe and blessed Easter.

Please note that the clinic will be closed from

Friday 25th March to Monday 28th March.

We will re-open at 7.45am on Tuesday 29th March.



We are so excited to have artist and patient, Kellie Fergusson exhibit her work – it looks absolIMG_1990utely amazing!!

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Welcome Sharlene Case

With the retirement of the wonderful Cheryl Williams, we needed to find a suitable replacement and we have done so! We would like to welcome Sharlene Case to the team of fabulous Chiropractic Assistants who ensure the smooth running of the clinic. Great to have you on the team Sharlene!

CLIPSAL 500 Road Closures

It’s coming up to Clipsal 500 time again and although some of the surrounding roads will be closed, we will still be available on our usual days and times!

To see which roads will be affected by the Clipsal 500 race, go to Clipsal road closures

Note that there will be no right turn onto Watson Avenue, Alexandra Avenue or Kensington Road to those travelling north along Fullarton Rd. You can however turn right onto Grant Avenue at the traffic lights.