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New chiropractor to take the pain away

HEALER: Brendan Beasley has recently opened a chiropractic clinic in Chinchilla.
HEALER: Brendan Beasley has recently opened a chiropractic clinic in Chinchilla. Contributed.

BREANDAN Breasley is the Chinchilla chiropractor who has conquered Everest despite several knee reconstructions, set and up managed the Max Fitness gym that's now a local institution and now he has returned home to take on his next challenge- opening his own chiropractic clinic.

As a fully registered doctor of Chiropractic with a degree from Macquarie University in Sydney, Mr Beasley has worked previously as a Chiropractor in both Chinchilla and Brisbane.

With the sale of Max Fitness and the retirement of another local Chiropractor earlier this year, Mr Beasley said it felt like it was time to dedicate himself solely to his healing profession again.

While the treatment known as dry needling, a process similar to acupuncture, is one of Mr Beasley's specialities, he also plans to offer a number of different services designed to relieve pain and pressure from musculoskeletal problems, both long-standing conditions and temporary aches.

"I primarily utilise a hands on firm approach with my adjusting, with techniques known as Gonstead and Diversified,” he said.

To book an appointment, contact Mr Beasley (Monday-Friday) on 0429 936 484.

Topics:  back pain chinchilla chiropractic chiropractor clinic health health care new business small business


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