Dr Tanja has always been fascinated with human movement and anatomy. In 2006 she completed her Bachelor of Science degree (neuroscience major) at UWA. She then went on to work as a Research Assistant at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and as a Sleep Technician assisting people with sleep disorders. Following this she completed a double degree in Chiropractic at Murdoch University. She has a strong interest in sports chiropractic and exercise rehabilitation. Over the years she has provided chiropractic care for many sporting events and teams including amateur football, triathlons, tennis and the Rottnest Channel Swim. She is currently undertaking further study to obtain her International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic (ICSC).
As a mother of two young children herself, she is aware of the changes the female body goes through pre and postnatally and hopes to assist other women through these stages of life with chiropractic care.
While life is busy between chiropractic and mum life, Tanja enjoys her free time keeping active, gardening, and enjoying good food and coffee.
Dr Gareth Calverdash
Dr Gareth graduated from Murdoch University with both a Bachelor of Science (Chiro) and a Bachelor of Chiropractic under his belt. He is the head of our well-being team and has a particular interest in sporting injuries and performance enhancement.
Passionate about his busy practice, Gareth still finds time to immerse himself in the local community and teaches at Murdoch University. When he finds some free time, he enjoys playing drums in some of the local bands and is a keen hockey player.
Dr Sasha Aspinall
Dr Sasha finished her chiropractic degree at Murdoch University in 2013, and she has a particular passion for spinal pain management (neck and back pain). She uses a variety of hands on treatments, dry needling, and exercises, supported by a strong emphasis on education, to encourage and enable her patients to improve their health.
Dr Sasha completed her PhD in 2020, and is involved in research into chiropractic treatment, and its effects on pain sensitivity and spine pain. She also teaches chiropractic students at Murdoch University.
On the side, she is a keen photographer, an animal-lover, and enjoys a good fantasy book.
Dr Cameron Rennie
Dr Cameron is a passionate, enthusiastic Chiropractor and Sport Scientist. The human body is an amazing structure and it is Cameron's aim to improve and optimize function in his patients. His particular interest is in sporting injuries and performance enhancement.
In 2014 Cameron had the opportunity to travel to India to treat "The Untouchables", who are the lowest in the caste system. He developed valuable clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of rare neurological conditions.
In 2015 he was awarded the Maria Cerutty Award for clinical excellence.
Cameron is an accomplished gymnast and ballroom dancer, being state and national champion in his divisions.
Jo will greet you with a warm smile and positive energy which will brighten your day. She has been actively engaging in a healthy lifestyle for as long as she can remember. A positive outlook is just as important as exercise and healthy food. Jo's philosophy to life is simplicity - movement, attitude and hugs! Above all - follow your heart!
In her free time Jo loves to be on her yoga mat. She enjoys ecstatic dance, Kirtan, meditation and facilitating small groups in heart centered practices.