Say hello to Dr. Lucy Skewes!

Dr. Lucy is an enthusiastic chiropractor trained in the gentle practice of NeuroImpulse Protocol (NIP) technique. Having studied further in paediatrics, Lucy is passionate about, the gentle and responsible care of children and infants. She also treats adults and has a keen interest in athletes. Dr. Lucy has a Masters degree in Clinical Chiropractic from RMIT University with Distinction as well as a Graduate Diploma in Chiropractic (Paediatrics) from BPP University, UK.

Being active is one of Lucy’s hallmarks – a relentless runner and former State level Hockey representative. This is where Dr. Lucy’s experience and understanding of the treatment of the human body and pain management is more than a job. A patient first philosophy is paramount to Dr Lucy’s approach to the care of patients new and returning, young or old.

Your consultation with Dr Lucy will focus on “Quality of Life”. NeuroImpulse Protocol is an exceptionally gentle chiropractic technique which does not involve manipulation of the spine. You can have confidence in the care that Dr Lucy will provide.

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Services provided by Dr. Lucy Skewes

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Meet the rest of the team

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Nathan Skewes

Nathan’s journey started 12 years ago when he discovered his passion for fitness and injury rehabilitation.

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Emma Quayle

Emma is a clinical myotherapist specialising in muscular and soft tissue treatment; and completed her Bachelor of Health Science (Clinical Myotherapy).

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Shane Pongho

Shane has a great passion for the Ballarat community and surrounding region, having lived and worked in the area for most of his life.

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Grant Baldwin

Grant has worked in the industry for over 10 years, including 8 years with the Australian Cricket Team, and more recently, some work with the Essendon Football Club.

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Dr. Leah Hocking

Leah enjoys providing personalized care to patients of all ages and activity levels, with a particular interest in functional neurology and the pain/stress relationship.