Amanda's background with chiropractic stems back to her early childhood when her family used to visit a chiropractor. Amanda pursued her passion for preventative health care and become a chiropractor herself, graduating from RMIT with the Chiropractor's Association of Australia Award for Clinical Excellence in 1995. She has over 25 years experience as a chiropractor.
Amanda moved to Yarrawonga in 1995 to pursue her dreams of practicing as a chiropractor in a country town and her practice has grown from strength to strength over the years, expanding to be a multi-practitioner practice.
To accommodate the rapid growth of her business, Amanda, together with her husband Ashley, built a larger purpose-built clinic and re-located the practice in March 2012 to where it is today. She enjoys working with her team of enthusiastic chiropractors to provide chiropractic care to the people of Yarrawonga/Mulwala and district.
With three beautiful children of her own, she leads a healthy and active lifestyle with her family and enjoys basketball, cooking with her kids, water sports and developing junior sport in the town.
Amanda's passion is providing chiropractic care for all family members which is complemented with exercise and lifestyle advice. Amanda loves hearing the kids giggle when they have their adjustment!MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
Dr. Helen Wallace
B.App.Sc (Clin. Sc.); B. Chiro. Sc (Chiropractor)
Helen Wallace has been working at Wheaton Chiropractic since 2004 and has over 15 years of experience practicing as a chiropractor. She graduated from RMIT in 2003 after completing a Bachelor of Applied Science (clinical science) and Bachelor of Chiropractic Science.
Helen was first interested in Chiropractic as a young teenager and she pursued her health interests in this area by becoming a chiropractor herself.
A mother of two children herself, Helen has a particular interest in musculoskeletal and neurodevelopmental issues in children and musculoskeletal issues during pregnancy for mums-to-be. She is also committed to helping people of all ages (from newborns to seniors) through chiropractic care.
Originally from Scotland, Dot was introduced relatively late to chiropractic here in Australia in 2000. From the first adjustment Dot knew that was what she wanted to do. As an honours graduate in physiology and sports science, Chiropractic would dovetail nicely. In 2006, Dot applied to complete a masters in Chiropractic at Macquarie University in Sydney which would allow her to fulfill a long anticipated move to the land down under! Dot graduated in 2010 having achieved the award for Preclinical Excellence in her penultimate year.
Dot has been at Wheaton Chiropractic since graduating and whilst known for being firm, Dot has a softer side which allows her to treat a wide range of patient types. Her outgoing affable nature provides a constant source of laughter from the rooms!