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Our Team

Madison Geri, Chiropractor

Madison grew up in remote regions of Queensland, mostly on cattle stations in the northwest, and as a result has a huge passion for rural health. She loves helping the whole family and since graduating has helped a range of people from 2 days old to 99 years. In practice she uses manual and drop piece adjusting along with soft tissue release, dry needling and low force techniques where needed.

Madison’s introduction and love for chiropractic came after witnessing the change in one of her horses post treatment. While somewhat unconventional, being someone who knew how to ride a horse almost before she could walk, it was the most fitting way for her to get into chiropractic.

With a huge love for all animals (mostly the four leg kind) Madi will be travelling to America in 2024 to complete her animal chiropractic qualification.

Scott Young, Chiropractor

In practice Scott utilises a variety of treatment techniques that range from more passive adjustments using the activator instrument, to the ‘manual’ style adjusting using both Diversified manual technique and Drop-table adjusting.
Scott has a keen interest in sports and rehabilitation and as such incorporates a number of rehabilitation modalities into his treatments including soft tissue techniques, Smart Tools, fascial scrapping, taping and rehabilitation exercises.
As a father of two Scott knows the importance of Pregnancy and Paediatric care. Scott has been trained to deliver gentle chiropractic care to pregnant women and children. You will often spot his wife and little ones coming in for an adjustment.

Scott graduated from Central Queensland University with a Bachelor of Science degree, and a Masters of Clinical Chiropractic.

Tyler Dell, Physiotherapist

Tyler has experience in neurological and post-surgical rehabilitation, cardiorespiratory rehabilitation and maintenance, muscle and joint injury rehabilitation, falls reduction training, and mobility aid prescription. Tyler also has several years’ experience in working with NDIS, DVA and HCP funding streams.

Tyler has interest in lower limb amputation rehabilitation, Parkinson’s Disease, and joint replacement recovery. Tyler understands the importance of a holistic view and approach to each person. Appreciating the importance of individualised treatment plans, Tyler believes that getting to know each client is essential to their recovery and achieving the best outcomes.

When not helping clients realise their goals, Tyler loves to get outdoors – playing sports, camping, and spending time with his family. Tyler also understands the importance of relaxation and therefore also enjoys a night in with TV or movies.

Tyler graduated from Central Queensland University, with Honours, in a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.