Our Team at Back on Track Massage & Chiropractic
I moved from Canada to the Southwest in 2003 when I successfully gained a Chiropractic position in Manjimup and Bridgetown. I became an Australian citizen in 2012, and now have 3 lovely kids, Jai, Clover and Remi, and a lovely wife, Jackie.
When I was in High School I was doing work experience at a Chiropractic Office. I remember being amazed by the results that the Chiropractor got. His philosophy of how the health of your spine is linked to your overall health struck a chord with me. It was shortly after that I decided that I would study Chiropractic at University.
I’m still amazed by the healing ability of the body, especially if the spine is functioning well. By releasing stress from the spine and nervous system you allow for a return to the natural state of health.
I enjoy treating all kinds of ailments such as neck pain, headache, and back pain, to knee, shoulder, and wrist complaints. As well I encourage people to look after themselves with a healthy lifestyle and monthly Chiropractic Check ups if necessary.
South African born and having lived in Bali for 6 years, Roz now calls Australind home. Her specialty is deep tissue, sports injury and full body remedial massage.
Gaining valuable experience with a wide range of patients, she strongly believes in preventative maintenance not only to avoid injury and degeneration but also to promote health and vitality.
Her approach as a Massage Therapist is evidence based, ensuring that we are treating the cause, not just patching the symptoms.
Rebekah graduated from Murdoch University in Perth, and is very much enjoying living in the South West. Having received Chiropractic care since childhood Rebekah believes that Chiropractic care can benefit people of all ages.
In addition to manual adjusting, Rebekah uses Kinesio Taping, and soft tissue techniques including Graston, trigger point therapy and dry needling. Whether your goal is to run a marathon, keep the family healthy, or get pain relief, Rebekah is willing to listen and create a plan of treatment that works.
Amanda is our Office Manager and has a huge variety of customer service and reception management experience. She is also a Funeral Celebrant and Local Government councillor, with “empty nest” syndrome apart from her dogs and cats.
Amanda undertook a huge health journey 5 years ago by losing in excess of 80kg and is now an advocate for changing lifestyles for the better. Amanda heads up our Reception team and keeps the office flowing by meeting and welcoming all of our practice members when they arrive.