Is a born & bred Ringwood girl, having grown up just down the road and attended Mullum & Norwood schools. She gained a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Melbourne, studying psychology and sociology.
However, after injuring herself playing indoor cricket she discovered the benefits of soft tissue treatment. She then pursued this path by completing an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy at RMIT. Alison has worked many hours at the North Ringwood Football Club as a trainer and has been exposed to a range of sporting injuries.
Also having played over 15 years of women’s cricket herself (currently at Ringwood CC as a captain of the Premier 2’s side), she has a personal understanding of overcoming cricketing injuries! Alison enjoys treating patients from all walks of life…from young to old, trades people to office workers and the weekend warrior. As she has a friend with an ongoing chronic jaw disorder she also has developed a good understanding of jaw issues and the problems and pain that arises with dysfunction.
Since a young age Angela has always been very hands on. From leaving school and entering into the Myotherapy course at the Australian College of Sports Therapy it was an easy and enjoyable transition.
While at university Angela worked for local sporting clubs and in her third and final year she was chosen to accompany an amateur soccer club and travel to the United Kingdom for the Arsenal International Soccer Festival.
Since graduating in 2008 Angela has treated a vast range of musculoskeletal disorders and from a range of different age groups. Angela chose to be a Myotherapist because of her love for helping people in the most natural way possible.
Jayden is a qualified Myotherapist specialising in the assessment and treatment of soft tissue injuries and dysfunction. He has a strong focus on injury rehabilitation through muscle strengthening and retraining. From a young age, Jayden has been passionate about staying active and keeping fit. Jayden began playing basketball with the Waverley Raiders from the age of six!
He continued playing with the Raiders for over ten years. Then… Injury. While this was an unfortunate event, it inspired Jayden to look into myotherapy. After basketball, an interest in strength training and track & field developed. Also, an interest in a career to help people overcome their injuries through Myotherapy, exercise and rehabilitation. Jayden enjoys working out in the gym, scuba diving and hiking for both the physical and mental components.
Jayden brings enthusiasm and knowledge to Maroondah Chiropractic & Myotherapy. He has particular interest in sporting injuries, but carries vast experience in treating headaches, migraines, shoulder and back pain, sciatica and knee pain.
James specialises in the treatment and assessment of soft tissue injuries, with a strong focus on posture, muscle facilitation and pain prevention. James uses a wide range of modalities to offer each patient a unique treatment, ensuring it is most effective to their specific injury or imbalance.
With thorough assessment and treatment plans, James endeavours to help patients with any type of pain or dysfunction. James is very passionate about helping patients with chronic pain and assisting them back to a pain-free lifestyle. He also enjoys working with athletes to ensure they reach their optimal performance.
His passion for treating athletes has lead him to working with the AFL National Draft Academy for treatment of new players entering the AFL, The NAB AFL Under18 Championships, The Australian College of Basketball at MSAC and the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA).