- Extracorporeal shockwave therapy
- Transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation
- Joint mobilisation and correction methods
- Neuroarticular dry needle therapy and electrotherapy
- Intramuscular stimulation
- Transcranial photobiomodulation
- Various rehabilitative strategies incorporating strength, balance, mobility and neuromobility
Qualifications and Memberships
Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic) - Currently completing
Graduate Certificate (Pain Management)
Bachelor of Health Science (Musculoskeletal Therapy)
Member - Australian Natural Therapists Association
Jane is a Senior Associate Musculoskeletal Therapist at Athletica Physical Health. Following many years as an artist in classical music, she pursued her Bachelor Degree in Health Science (Musculoskeletal Therapy). She has also completed a Graduate Certificate in the Science of Medicine (Pain Management).
Jane is also a senior academic at the Endeavour College of Natural Health. She teaches all levels of the Bachelor of Health Science (Myotherapy). Currently, she is completing her Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic) and will soon start her Masters of Chiropractic at Central QLD University.
Who are my patients?
I see a variety of patients from all walks of life, many of which have conditions from acute pain from trauma to chronic pain that has lasted beyond the normal tissue healing time.
Patients who are most suited to my care:
- Want to find a drug-free approach to managing their condition.
- Want to avoid surgery for their condition
- Are wanting to understand the underlying causes of their condition, instead of suppressing symptoms only.
- Are prepared to make the necessary lifestyle and dietary changes to achieve clinically significant changes
What is my approach?
Upon booking an initial consultation, patients are asked to fill out a health history questionnaire and forward this back to us along with all recent scans and blood/urine test results. This allows me to review your case prior to your initial visit.
What to expect from a visit?
In your initial visit, I will need to examine all areas that may be contributing to your pain or symptoms. This can include assessment of your muscles, joints, nerves, movement and balance.
After I have isolated the main underlying mechanisms that are contributing to your condition, a treatment plan will be explained to you and, with your approval, can be implemented in your initial visit. This will follow onto ongoing care with prognosis becoming evident after 2-3 sessions. Prognosis can range from 2 to 12+ sessions depending on the chronicity and complexity of your condition.Therapies that are typically used can include joint mobilisation, low level laser therapy, extracorporeal shockwave therapy, percutaneous electrical stimulation and much more. Vagus nerve stimulation may be recommended if you suffer from system inflammation, autoimmune disease, gut issues, depression, migraine or atrial fibrillation.