Angela is the principal Chiropractor at Healthlink and runs the practice together with her husband Rob. Angela graduated from Macquarie University in the year 2000 and has been practicing at Healthlink since. She has a passion for pediatric and childhood chiropractic but also enjoys working with people at all stages of life. She feels empowered knowing she has helped many families in Penrith.
Angela uses diversified manual adjustment, drop table, activator and soft tissue therapies.
Sabina graduated from Macquarie University in the year 2000 and was practicing in her own clinic in Cairns, QLD until moving back to Sydney in 2009. The techniques Sabina provides range from manual chiropractic adjustments to low force techniques. She is passionate about the benefits to health that can be achieved with Chiropractic Care and is committed to helping everybody from the elderly to the very young. Sabina uses diversified manual adjustment, drop table, activator and soft tissue therapies.
Daniel graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and a Master of Chiropractic. Daniel is also a qualified sports trainer and continues to do additional studies in the human body to enhance his knowledge and help the patients.
From a young age, Daniel has been involved in a variety of sports. He participated in competitive Basketball, shot put and discus throw. Throughout the injuries from sports, Daniel received chiropractic care, and his perception of chiropractic changed, which made him believe in chiropractic care.
Daniel looks for the source of the pain as he understands the importance of a true cause of the pain. Emphasising the importance of education and rehabilitation exercises with his patients can aid in the reduction of re-injuries and symptoms.
The treatment includes manual adjustment, drop table, prescribing rehabilitation exercise, taping, activator, soft tissue works to ensure all patients ensure the best benefit.
Tristan was introduced to chiropractic after suffering a sports-related back injury. This experience piqued his interest in manual therapy which led him to pursue a Masters in Chiropractic at Macquarie University. Having competed at a national and international level of sport, Tristan has a strong interest in sport and functional biomechanics. He has had extensive experience working with sporting teams, some of which include:
Australian Men's under 20s Ice Hockey Team (2019,2020)
NSW Indoor Cricket Junior Teams (2019)
Tasmanian Men's and Mixed Netball Team (2018)
Australian Ice Hockey League Ice Dogs (2018)
Tristan has a unique approach to treatment, utilising a whole-body approach to identify the root cause of the issue. He has undertaken further studies including:
Integrated Kinetic Neurology (IKN1, Upper and Lower limb)
Functional Patterns (Human Foundations 1)
He utilises various techniques which include diversified manual adjustments, Gonstead, drop piece, activator, myofascial tissue release, dry needling, myofascial cupping, electrical stimulation therapy and tailored rehabilitative exercises.
Tristan has a strong passion to help the community manage pain, achieve the best from their bodies and empower individuals to look after themselves.
Scott completed his Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Master of Chiropractic at Macquarie University. During his study, he was awarded numerous academic awards including Macquarie University Academic Excellence Award and Chiropractic Student of the Year (Dux).
Scott has extensive experience in managing various conditions including lower back pain, neck pain, headache and sports injuries. He thoroughly enjoys caring for patients of all ages and provides optimal care to maintain a healthy life.
In conjunction with thorough history taking, Scott utilises the Gonstead Chiropractic System to enhance his diagnose and to provide a tailored treatment for each patient.
Scott strongly believes that right chiropractic adjustment can correct dysfunction, improve the condition and enhance the body’s ability to repair and heal itself naturally. In addition to working as a chiropractor, Scott also tutors both undergraduate and postgraduate chiropractic students at Macquarie University.