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Creagh Court

Creagh Court completed his Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Masters of Chiropractic at Macquarie University in Sydney. During his studies he worked under several of Sydneys leading sports clinicians and developed his passion for injury management and performance enhancement.
At graduation Creagh was awarded an honourary award for his contribution in the field of spinal research with his work in vertebral disc injury.

After graduating Creagh spent several years working in the corporate sector of injury management and early intervention. He quickly became Queensland and New South Wale’s head training manager where he trained practitioners in the latest sports injury management techniques and educated on the latest research. During this time he sought out the most cutting edge and up to date techniques which took him around Australia and the world.

On top of treating musculoskeletal aspects of injury Creagh takes a holistic approach also optimising nutrition and lifestyle advice so that patients may maximise their performance. He has helped many amateur to high level athletes as well as every day people achieve their goals through a multi modality approach to healthcare. These athletes come from many different backgrounds such as International level rugby league and union, International level crossfit, bodybuilding, triathletes and Iron man competitors.

Briana Zylstra

Briana Zylstra completed her Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Masters of Chiropractic at Macquarie University in Sydney. Briana attended Macquarie on an Athletic scholarship and during her spare time worked with rugby union teams at a suburban to semi-professional level as one of their medical team trainers.

On leaving university Briana secured an internship where she worked closely with Dr De-Stefano, the head chiropractor for the New York Giants NFL team. While interning with Dr Rob, Briana worked closely with NYC’s top orthopaedic specialists, physios and rehab specialists.
On returning to Australia Briana spent several years working in the corporate sector of injury management and early intervention. Here she quickly ascended to QLD and NSW state manager and had a strong focus toward team development and client relations.

During Briana’s career, she has always had a passion for sport and sport related injuries which led her to a prosperous career treating athletes at the most elite level. Most recently Briana returned from America after working with Madison Keys a top 10 WTA tennis player. In addition to the recent tour she has worked with numerous sports including pitchers from the Toronto Blue Jays, NFL, MBL, NHL, ATP tennis players, AFL, WWF wrestlers, Reds rugby union players and world class triathletes. This passion has seen Briana travel extensively throughout North America learning and treating with the best in preventative and functional therapies.

Briana’s approach to treatment is a multi-discipline attitude incorporating functional assessments and movement, musculoskeletal therapies, nutrition and rehab. To ensure her patients achieve optimal results and performance.

Mitch Bobbermien

Mitch Bobbermien completed his Diploma of Remedial Massage at Endeavour College of
Natural Health in Brisbane. While completing his studies Mitch practiced under some of
Brisbane’s top musculoskeletal therapists where he developed a passion for holistic injury

After graduating Mitch worked locally where he developed his skills under the guide of a
Musculoskeletal Therapist specialising in chronic pain and postural conditions. Mitch
furthered his knowledge when he studied under the guidance of James Olds, Head of the
Australian Natural Therapy Association (ANTA), where he underwent additional training in
functional injury assessment, MFR (myofascial release), myofascial cupping, and dry

Mitch is passionate in achieving optimal results for all clients and incorporates active and
passive forms of treatment into his sessions. Mitch individually tailors his approach to assist
in identifying and correcting muscle function and stability. Mitch’s goal is to create a targeted
plan for you to achieve your goals, whether that is doing an extra squat, lifting a personal
best at the gym, or getting through your day without headaches and pain.


Dan Nalborczyk

Dan was born and raised in Hamilton Canada and initially studied to be an engineer. After a calling to the health care industry he attended New York Chiropractic College and completed a Doctor of Chiropractic.

Dan developed a passion in sports chiropractic and completed some further study at McMasters University studying the renowned Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program. He subsequently became an assistant instructor and has helped train health care professionals from around the world.

Dan is also one of a handful of internationally certified providers of Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapists in Australia. Shockwave therapy enables the practitioner to break down scar tissue of chronic injures that previous treatment may not have been able to resolve. It is a fantastic complimentary therapy to ART, dry needling and functional rehab.  (more on this later) 
Dan moved to Brisbane in 2004 and worked throughout Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria as an industrial injury management consultant and returned to private practice in 2007 in Far North Queensland and eventually Brisbane.

Throughout his career Dan has committed himself to continuous learning and sought out leading experts from North America and has worked along side some of Creagh and Bree’s professional mentors. This has lead him to work with some top athletes on the PGA tour, world champion powerlifters, Olympic level athletes, professional football players and more. 
Dan has a keen interest in injuries and complaints associated with desk work and associated postural issues.

In addition he has extensive experience and skill in the treatment of conditions that one may not associate with chiropractic care. These include: RSI injuries; shoulder, elbow and wrist complaints, Tendonitis and Plantar Fasciitis.