About Us

Dr Marshal Montgomery

Dr Marshal Montgomery Chiropractor  D.C., FICPA, Grad Cert (Chiro Paeds) 


Dr. Montgomery is originally from Canada but has been in Australia since he and his family resettled in 2009. 


Graduating from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1996, he has continued to pursue post-graduate Chiropractic Paediatric education earning a FICPA (Fellow of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association) from Life University in 1996, and a Graduate Certificate in Chiropractic Paediatrics from RMIT in 2002.  


Dr. Montgomery practices a variety of techniques to help each patient individually, such as traditional structural techniques and also low force styles such as instrument assisted adjusting techniques.  He has further taken extensive training in chiropractic paediatrics, extremity adjusting, cranial adjusting, visceral chiropractic, dry needling, nutrition, and ongoing study in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization.  He has tutored in Chiropractic Technique at CQU and has supervised students in their final clinical year.


His 30+ years of martial arts and physical culture experience allows him to bring his patients enhanced and specific information in balance & mobility, breathing, relaxation, and mindfulness.


Dr. Montgomery is also an avid beekeeper. 

 

Dr. Montgomery looks forward to providing you the very best in individualized Chiropractic care. 

Dynamic Health Goup

DHG - Biggera Waters 

We want to make a HUGE impact on your life and are always striving to offer a friendly, comfortable, safe environment for our clients. Dr Montgomery is happy to answer the chiropractic and health questions that you may have. If he doesn't know the answer, he will direct you to those who may.



Chiropractic

Chiropractic Qualifications


Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College


The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College is recognised for creating leaders in spinal health. With graduates practicing in 37 countries and faculty who are leaders in their fields, CMCC delivers world class chiropractic education, research, and patient care. Following 3 years in university, CMCC offers a four-year undergraduate program leading to a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. 


Chiropractic Education in Australia

The Central Queensland University (Mackay, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney) which offers a 3 year Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic) and a 2 year Master of Chiropractic Science.


The RMIT University in Melbourne, Victoria offers a Bachelor of Health Science (Chiropractic) - 3 year undergraduate program followed by a Master of Clinical Chiropractic - 2 year postgraduate program.


The Macquarie University in Sydney, New South Wales has a 3 year Bachelor of Chiropractic Science which provides the basis for entry into a 2 year Master of Chiropractic.


The Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia offers a Bachelor of Applied Science (in Chiropractic) / Bachelor of Chiropractic. This is offered as a double degree. Successful completion of the whole program of study is required for professional registration as a chiropractor.

Chiropractic Health Initiatives

Straighten Up Australia For Adults

Straighten Up Australia is a 3 minute spinal health program designed to help adults feel and look their best.The program is divided into three quick sessions:

  • Star series warm up
  • Flying friends posture pod
  • Core balance and wrap-up

 

Straighten Up Australia is a 3 minute spinal health program designed to help children feel and look their best.The program is divided into three quick sessions:

  • Star series warm up
  • Flying friends posture pod
  • Core balance and wrap-up

Who and What Are Chiropractors?

Chiropractors in Australia are a nationally registered and a regulated health care profession. Chiropractic is a drug and surgery free modality of treatment concerned with the diagnosis, management and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system; this includes the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health. 

It is based on the teachings of Galen and Hippocrates and the premise that the body can respond appropriately to its environment provided that the nervous system is free of interference. This was further developed by D.D. Palmer which lead to a focus on the spinal column and its functioning. 

In summary, chiropractors focus on the detection and correction of aberrant spinal function and its subsequent effect on how the nervous system controls and coordinates the body in response to its environment.


What do Chiropractors do and how do they treat children?

Chiropractors provide patient-centred care and work in partnership with the consumers of chiropractic services. This includes using shared decision making through the informed consent process and using communication strategies that are tailored to the needs and preferences of the patient. Good clinical decision making takes account of patients’ preferences and values, clinicians values and experiences to provide treatment that maximises benefit with minimum risk of harm. This includes referral to other healthcare providers when indicated to ensure the best and most appropriate treatment and health outcome.

The typical chiropractic care of infants and young children involves the use of low-force low-amplitude techniques in contrast to those used on the adult population that typically involve more high velocity, low-amplitude thrust in combination with a variety of low-force low-amplitude treatment procedures.Published studies and reports through the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme show that chiropractic is a low risk health modality. While chiropractic treatment is generally considered safe, occasionally it may cause adverse reactions in some people. 

Chiropractors are educated to modify spinal manual therapy to suit the age and presenting condition of a patient. 

Can I have confidence in what Chiropractors do?

Chiropractors are registered by the Chiropractic Board of Australia and like all other registered health care providers, must adhere to National Law and profession specific codes of conduct and guidelines. Chiropractic paediatric management education is provided by all accredited Australian Universities, incorporating an understanding of risks where identified. Established clinical best practice guidelines for the treatment of children have been emphasised. 

Chiropractic care is delivered by university educated, regulated healthcare professionals. There is high expressed satisfaction by parents/guardians seeking care for their children by Chiropractors. 

The profession and our clnic is committed to ensuring evidence informed care is provided to all of our patients.