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Walkley Chiropractic Group began in 1992 as a Bunbury Chiropractor single practitioner clinic.
It has since grown into the largest provider of evidence based chiropractic care in regional Western Australia. Now comprising of six clinics, which are serviced by a team of highly trained Chiropractors with over 50 years of clinically based experience, it provides effective care to many within in the South West of Western Australia.
To treat each patient as an individual.
To provide the most effective, professional, evidence based and safe Chiropractic and musculoskeletal care possible.
To ensure that every patient’s clinical experience is a positive one by delivering therapy in a friendly and caring environment.
Our aim is to deliver excellence in the field of musculoskeletal medicine.
Excellence from the time a patient first makes an appointment through to the time a patient walks out of our clinic having received the most professional care possible.
All our chiropractors have been selected due to their years of experience, level of training and education.
All practitioners provide the most up to date, evidence based and safest forms of therapy possible to deliver the most effective treatment available to every patient regardless of their age or complaint.
Walkley Chiropractic Group consists of a team of musculoskeletal practitioners that successfully apply proven evidence based therapies to injury treatment, rehabilitation and prevention.
Assessment will occur in both the diagnosis of presenting injuries and ideally the identification of potential injury.
Communication with both the patient and patient’s doctor is essential and occurs, when needed, on an ongoing basis until injury resolution is achieved.
Not every injury requires rehabilitation, but for those that do, rehabilitation is essential in minimizing injury reoccurrence.
David Walkley graduated from RMIT in 1992 with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Chiropractic. With a keen interest in treating athletes and sport related injuries, David became a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician in 1994. He further advanced his training with a Graduate Diploma in Sports Chiropractic in 1998 and an International Chiropractic Sports Science Diploma in 2007. READ MORE
Dr Benjamin King graduated from Murdoch University in 2012. Throughout his studies Ben also worked as a sports trainer for Fremantle CBC football Club. Whether relocating dislocated shoulders or taping ankles, Ben enjoyed helping players get back on their feet. READ MORE
Dr Aidan Blackburn graduated from Murdoch University in 2009 with a double degree in Chiropractic and has been in clinical practice since.
Having worked in his own busy practice, Aidan has gained vast experience in treating a wide variety of patients (from newborns to the elderly) and conditions.
Dr Andrew Wilkinson completed his chiropractic degree at Murdoch University and has been in clinical practice in Perth since 2008. Andrew is now making the move to the South West to be closer to his family.
Andrew’s primary focus is on improving your body’s overall movement, specific mechanics and muscle contraction patterns so you can heal and prevent future injuries. READ MORE
Alyce graduated from Murdoch University with a double degree in Chiropractic. Having been adjusted her whole life she realised from an early age the importance of regular chiropractic care, and as a child had always wanted to become a chiropractor. Growing up being heavily involved in numerous sports, she is interested in both sports chiropractic and family wellness care. READ MORE
Most of us have suffered headaches during our life. In fact they are very common, with some people accepting them as a regular part of their life. Headaches however happen for a reason and for many people chiropractic treatment can be a very effective way of treating them. One of the most common types of headache that Chiropractors regularly treat see is called cervicogenic headache.
A cervicogenic headache can be caused by a dysfunction in the neck. This can range from abnormal movement between the vertebrae (bones) of the neck, to muscle tightness, disc complaints or ligamentous injury. The pain that is generated in the neck can refer to any part of the head including the eyes, ears, forehead, crown temporal or suboccipital region (base of the skull).