Pete Garbutt B.Sc., M.Chiro., M.Chiro.Sports Science, ICSSD, FASMF
Graduating from Macquarie University in 1995, Pete went on to complete his Sports Masters degree in 2000. With over 20 years of working with sports from indoor soccer to beach volleyball, pole dancing to water polo at all levels from local to international, Pete has a wealth of experience with managing sports injury and performance.
In 2015 Pete was awarded a Fellowship with Sports Medicine Australia and Australian Chiropractor of the Year in 2016.
Pete Lectures throughout the world on sports chiropractic and running technique with his first book published in November 2016 on running technique ‘The Running Machine: A Users Guide’
Pete’s interest outside the clinic include stand-up paddleboard racing, running and spending time with his family.
Natalie Frostick B.Chiro., M.Chiro., ICCSP
Nat graduated from Macquarie University in 2010 with a masters in chiropractic. Since then, Nat has completed an international sports chiropractic qualification. Nat has also completed courses in instrument assisted soft tissue therapy, kinesiology taping, functional moment screen and selective functional movement assessment. These provide a broad base of knowledge and skill to assess and treat a wide range of injuries and conditions.
Nat is fortunate enough to draw from her experience as an international level beach and indoor volleyball athlete for her role as team chiropractor for the Australian men's and women's volleyball team and also many roles as medical director for national and international Beach volleyball events. Other sports Nat has worked with include water polo, crossfit, rugby union, skipping and stand-up paddle boarding. In recent years, Nat has also started to lecture in international sports chiropractic courses and delivered sports chiropractic masterclasses
Natalie is currently on Maternity leave until Feb 2020.
Saara Stevenson B.Chiro., M.Chiro.,B.Sports Science, ICCSP
Saara grew up in Canada playing competitive ice hockey and tennis. After completing her degree in psychology and biological sciences at the university of Alberta, she went on to finish a double bachelor degree in chiropractic and a bachelor of sports science at Murdoch University in Perth. She completed her ICCSP diploma recently.
She is a member of Sports Chiropractic Australia and a practising member of Chiropractic Australia. Saara is a certified dry needling practitioner and regularly attends seminars throughout Australia to keep up with the latest evidence and techniques.
She has worked with the Australian Ice Hockey league, the Australian Volleyball League and the Western Australian Amateur Football League.
Jaimi Parr M.Clin.Chiro, B.Sci (Chiro), Dip.Rem.Massage
Freshly graduating from her Chiropractic Masters in 2019, Jaimi is very eager and excited to be in the industry and enthusiastic to start applying her knowledge and passion to what she loves.
Jaimi has a strong passion for sports performance, having grown up playing and coaching both netball and tennis. In addition to this, she enjoys playing social touch football, running and yoga, and tries to go snowboarding when she can. Jaimi generally enjoys being outdoors and active and living a healthy lifestyle.
Jaimi has been a Remedial Massage Therapist for the past 5 years, in which she was worked closely with the Brisbane Broncos and QLD State of Origin NRL teams. In addition to Remedial Massage, Jaimi is qualified in dry needling and sports training, and is currently undertaking post-graduate internationally recognised certificate in Sports Chiropractic through FICS, where she can further her knowledge in what she loves.
It is with fresh, up to date knowledge, in conjunction with her broad skill set, that Jaimi is able to use a wide range of treatment modalities to suit each individuals needs and requirements.
Timothy Porter M.Chiro B.Sc (Chiro)
Tim graduated from Macquarie University with his Masters of Chiropractic in 2017. In 2018 he moved to Borneo for 13 months to volunteer in a not-for-profit sports academy. While serving as the academy’s chiropractor, he also assisted the academy in driving change in the local community, using sport as a vehicle to promote disability inclusion and gender equality, and improve health education. In 2019 he returned to Borneo, working as a Wellness Director and Project Manager for a Wellness Cruise venture before returning to Australia in April 2020.
Tim enjoys exploring the possibilities of human movement and empowering people to take control of their health and lifestyle. His interests outside the clinic include permaculture and playing music.
Tim grew up in country NSW and enjoyed playing a variety of sports. He has toured China, the UK, and Fiji for soccer and has played for various clubs throughout Sydney.