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Chiropractic is widely recognised as one of the safest drug-free, non-invasive therapies available for the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal complaints. 

Chiropractic helps to restore balance in your body and nervous system. We conduct a physical exam which can involve measuring range of movement and strength, assessing posture and alignment as well as functional movement assessments. This allows us to identify health problems and diagnose what is going on within the whole system.


Our treatments include:

  • Manual adjustments

  • Instrument adjusting (activator and arthrostim)

  • Low force techniques (mobilisations, drop piece technique)

  • Pelvic blocking

  • Cranial work

  • Jaw releases

  • Trigger point muscle release

  • Dry needling (musculoskeletal acupuncture)

  • Strapping (kinesiotape and rigid tape)

  • Rehabilitative and strengthening exercises

  • Orthotic and postural corrective devices

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Meet The Team

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Dr Jessica Mangala

Chiropractor & Owner

BChiroSc, MChiro

Jess graduated from Macquarie University in Sydney with a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science (2012) and a Master of Chiropractic (2014).


Jess began her work at a large multidisciplinary clinic during university and continued practicing for 6 years before taking over her own clinic.

In her practice, Jess uses a variety of chiropractic techniques tailored to people of all ages and stages of life. This includes work from checking the nervous system function and reflexes of babies and assessing posture and strength in adolescents, to helping mothers during and after pregnancy and relieving back and neck pain. 

Overall, Jess’ vision is to provide exceptional client care through her clinical experience and best practice approach.

Monday   2pm - 7pm

Tuesday   8am - 12pm

Wednesday   2pm - 7pm

Thursday   8am - 12pm

Friday   12pm - 6:30pm

Saturday   8am - 1pm


Dr Lucinda Slavin


BChiroSc, MChiro

Lucinda graduated from The University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Science (1995) and from Macquarie University with a Masters of Chiropractic (1998).

She has been in private practice on the Northern Beaches for the past 26 years, where she is running a practice that focuses on the body’s natural healing mechanisms by working with the spine, extremities, biomechanics and nervous systems.

Lucinda has also been a lecturer and tutor at Macquarie University for the past 22 years to the 4th year Chiropractic students, teaching Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. Her background in teaching extends to clinic, as she enjoys educating her patients about their condition, treatment plans and options to achieve their functional goals.

Whether seeking relief from acute or chronic discomfort or striving for enhanced function, her tailored personalised plans can help you get there.

Thursday   2pm - 7pm

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