Welcome JEssica SExton:
We, at BCNC, would like to introduce you all to our newest chiropractor Dr Jessica Sexton!
Jessica is a RMIT University graduate with a double bachelor in Health Science and Applied Science, majoring in Chiropractic.
Jessica is passionate about helping patients achieve their best outcomes through Chiropractic and a happy, healthy lifestyle. Her interests are family wellness, lifestyle modification and rehabilitation. Jessica’s treatment techniques involve traditional chiropractic adjusting, as well as other low force techniques , as Reta has done with her patients.
Jessica enjoys anything outside, playing and watching sports, cooking and spending time with family and friends.
Welcome RACHEL dixon:
We excitedly have a new team member to introduce to you - Rachael Dixon. Rachael provides two services – Remedial massage and also offers a Functional Exercise consultation. BCNC will expand our hours to help the busy client, with Rachael’s arrival. Rachael is working from Tuesday 5.00pm – 8pm, alternate Saturdays from 8am to 11 am and we are now open 7 days per week, as Rachael is working Sundays from 10am – 3pm ( by appointment only).
Rachael graduated from Australia College of Fitness and Bodyworks with a Diploma of Remedial Massage and Cert III and IV in Fitness. She commences her advanced diploma of Myotherapy in May 2018 and then will complete her Bachelor of Health Science in Clinical Myotherapy.
Rachael knows firsthand what a busy and stressful lifestyle can do to the body both physically and emotionally. She will be able to relate to your daily pressures and actively assist in helping you improve your functional body movements with both massage and exercise therapy. Rachael employs many remedial massage methods and is a strong believer of myofascial release techniques. She will also guide you with your functional body movements.
At BCNC, we are excited to announce that on the 19th of November at the Chiropractic Association of Australia - Victorian AGM, our very own Paul Bergamo registered a nomination as President of the branch. Paul's nomination was accepted by the chiropractic membership.
Paul is excited to be stepping into such an important role. This will involve work to help ensure that industry , via CAA, connect with chiropractic university students, government, media and mostly importantly chiropractic members. Congratulations Paul. Good luck in the role - the team here at BCNC are very proud of you.