Greg Bell - Chiropractor
Greg is originally from northern NSW where he grew up on a farm between Glen Innes and Inverell. He spent his teenage years attending boarding school in Tamworth. Upon finishing high school Greg spent some time out to decide what he wanted to study and travelled around Australia and New Zealand working as a shearer and roustabout.
Following this break he pursued a career in chiropractic and moved to Sydney to complete his Undergraduate and Masters degree at Macquarie University. On graduating Dr. Greg moved to the US and spent the next couple of years working in Washington DC and Boston, learning and refining his skills in the Gonstead technique. With a passion for public speaking and coaching other chiropractors an opportunity arose to be one of the lead chiropractors in the first and largest chiropractic organization in Asia. He has spent the last 3 years working in Singapore and training other chiropractors to bring chiropractic to areas of Malaysia, Indonesia and more recently China.
He has developed a passion for travelling, fitness and public speaking.
Additionally, he has extensive training in Gonstead chiropractic technique and is a published author on topics of neck pain and dizziness with research presented in both Melbourne and Norway.
Wendy Thompson - Chiropractor
Born and raised in Inverell, Wendy is a mother of three and owner of Inverell Chiropractic Centre serving the Inverell and Glen Innes district for the last 28 years. Wendy completed her first her degree from University of New South Wales majoring in Human Anatomy before deciding to become a chiropractor whereby she graduated RMIT in Melbourne in 1986.
Her passion for looking after kids and teenagers has led her to attend many paediatric seminars over the last 30 years taking her throughout Australia and America.
Wendy served on the leadership team for Dynamic Growth Chiropractic seminars for over 25yrs and is a regular speaker for other chiropractors. Farming has always been a part of Wendy’s life and her weekends and spare time are usually spent working and managing their family farm.
Rachel Bell – Physiotherapist
Rachel is an experienced physiotherapist who has a special interest in women’s health, musculoskeletal conditions and rehabilitation of all kinds. She is passionate about health and well-being and aims to support and empower people in reducing their pain and restoring function and mobility.
Rachel has spent a number of years gaining an extensive range of experience working for Moree Community Health. She covered a broad spectrum of physiotherapy, including, hospital care, musculoskeletal, orthopaedics, women’s health, paediatrics, TACP, cardiopulmonary rehab as well as, stroke and brain injury rehabilitation.
Rachel has furthered her training in women’s health to allow for detailed assessment and management options for women suffering with any type of pelvic floor dysfunction, ranging from pelvic organ prolapse to incontinence. Rachel also provides services for women suffering with common pregnancy discomforts including low back pain, circulatory issues (e.g. varicose veins) as well as hand and wrist complaints.
Rachel also coaches tennis and enjoys playing netball, running and boxing. Generally, if Rachel is moving she is happy, which is why she is so motivated to give others this opportunity of optimal function and movement.
Fiona Rose - Office Manager
Fiona was fortunate enough to be born into a chiropractic family so she has enjoyed the benefits of chiropractic all of her life.
She attended Holy Trinity School in Inverell, and then PLC Armidale, completing her HSC in 2013.
Being raised on a farm allowed Fiona to develop an interest in horse riding, participating in pony club along with stock work on her family‘s farm.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time on the farm, catching up with friends for coffee as well as gardening.
Molly – Chiropractors Assistant
Molly was born and raised in Glen Innes and spent her childhood with her 4 sisters and playing sports.
She attended Calrossy Anglican School, then came back to Glen Innes High at which she completed her HSC in 2018.
Molly is currently studying her Bachelor of Exercise and sports science, in which she hopes to move on to complete a degree in Radiology.
She is passionate about health and helping others, which is why she is so passionate about her position here with us.