Our Chiropractors


Dr Alistair Lang (Chiropractor)

B.Sc (Chiropractic) B.Chiro (Distinction)

What do the letters mean after Dr Alistair’s name?

It means that Dr Alistair was awarded from Murdoch University a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Chiropractic with distinction.


Anything else worth noting about Dr Alistair’s studies?

Most certainly!  Dr Alistair has an interest in the science of neuro-plasticity and how the brain functions. His techniques include AK (Applied Kinesiology), NOT (Neuro Organisation Technique), NET (Neuro Emotional Technique) ABC (Advanced Biostructural Correction). Alistair is currently undertaking a post graduate diplomate of Chiropractic paediatrics.


I chose to become a Chiropractor because… I had experienced many different forms of chiropractic care and I was intrigued by the natural approach to healing.



Alistair’s Hours


Monday: 8am - 6pm



2pm - 5pm

8am - 6pm

Friday: 8am - 12noon


Dr Christine Lang (Chiropractor)

B.Sc. (Chiro) M.Chiro

What do the letters mean after Dr Christine’s name?

It means that Dr Christine was awarded from Macquarie University a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Chiropractic.


Anything else worth noting about Dr Christine’s studies?

Yes, of course!  Christine has completed post graduate courses in pregnancy care and is also Diplomate of Chiropractic Paediatrics. Christine utilises various chiropractic techniques depending on individual needs including both manual and lower force techniques – AK (Applied Kinesiology), SOT (Sacro-Occipital Technique), NOT (Neuro Organisation Technique), Diversified & Webster’s Technique. 


I chose to become a Chiropractor because… I have been fortunate to have had chiropractic care from a very young age.  It also opened the door to a fantastic career where I can do what I love. In my final years of high school, I had the opportunity to work as a chiropractic assistant, where I observed many amazing changes as a result of chiropractic care. This cemented my decision to become a chiropractor.


Who or what inspires you?  

I love working with Mums & kids!  I love the continuation of learning which enables me to provide you with the very best possible care. I look forward to meeting you personally, caring for you and your loved ones and observing the amazing changes that chiropractic care can provide.


Christine's Hours:



8am - 6pm

2pm - 5:30pm

Thursday: 8am - 6pm


8am - 12noon


Dr Susan Walker (Chiropractor)

BSc (Anatomy), MChiro, DIBAK









What do the letters mean after Dr Susan’s name?

It means that Dr Susan was awarded from the University of Queensland a Bachelor of Science majoring in Anatomy (three years)
From Macquarie University she was awarded a Master of Chiropractic  (two years)
From the International College of Applied Kinesiology she obtained Certification in Applied Kinesiology (one year)
and her Diplomate of the International Board of Applied Kinesiology (minimum 3 years)
Anything else worth noting about Dr Susan’s studies?
Did you know that Dr Susan is not only an excellent Applied Kinesiology practitioner, she is also one of only a handful of AK practitioners in Australia who have achieved the status of Diplomate of the International Board of Applied Kinesiology. This has resulted in Susan frequently travelling throughout Australia and overseas teaching people this amazing technique.
I chose to become a Chiropractor because... my 13 year old sister broke her coccyx when she was pushed over at school. The doctors recommended pain killers, anti-inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants. Instead of taking their advice, my Mum took her to a Chiropractor, and to me, at the ripe old age of 11, what they said simply made too much sense!
Tell us something from your childhood that you feel helped shape who you are today? My Mum and Dad worked hard and every September they travelled the world. Our kitchen wall had over a dozen giant photos of them out the front of impressive landmarks such as the Taj Mahal and Great Wall of China. It made us all understand the importance of working hard and putting the nurturing of our relationships with our spouse first.
Of all of the ‘hats’ that you wear, which one challenges you the most (in a good way!)? My teaching role that takes me all over the world has always had me on the edge of my comfort zone. I think that’s where our nervous system adapts and we can then dare to strive even further.
Proudest life accomplishment to date? Speaking in front of 500 doctors in Washington DC for the International College of Applied Kinesiology 50th Anniversary Conference. It was a blast!

Susan's Hours 


8.30am - 6pm


8.30am - 4:30pm


8:30am - 5:30pm

Saturday 8:30am - 12:30pm

Dr Joanna Doyle (Chiropractor)

BSc (Chiropractic), MChiro











What do the letters mean after Dr Joanna’s name?

It means that Dr Joanna was awarded from Macquarie University a Bachelor of Science (three years) and a Master of Chiropractic (two years)

Anything else worth noting about Dr Joanna’s studies?
Yes actually there is. As well has her studies in Applied Kinesiology (AK), Dr Joanna has also utilises Neuro Emotional Technique (NET). NET acknowledges the relationship between the body’s emotional health, environmental toxicity, nutritional balance and structural integrity. 
I chose to become a Chiropractor because... I’ve always been interested In helping people with their injuries. I did ballet as a child and had to see a Physiotherapist and get remedial massage when I had injuries. People often told me I had strong hands and should do massage or something similar. Then when I was studying at University I went to see my first Chiropractor for headaches and migraines and after that I knew that chiropractic was what I needed to do. I haven’t looked back! 
Who or what inspires you?  Oohhhh…  lots of different things; from people’s strength and determination, to my family and hearing their laughter (in between them trying to rumble each other). The joys of raising three boys!


Joanna's Hours



9:45am - 6pm


9:45am - 6pm


8am - 1pm