Christies Beach Chiropractic

Servicing the Southern Adelaide community since 1979 with quality Chiropractic care and massage.

What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is over 125 years old with the first chiropractic adjustment recorded in 1895. Chiropractors are primary contact practitioners registered by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Chiropractors spend 5 years at university studying the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders. Chiropractic focuses on the relationship between the nervous system and the spine and how they affect our health.

Chiropractors work at correcting joint misalignment which improves movement and function of the musculoskeletal and nervous system. Our chiropractors use a range of techniques including manual adjustments, low force techniques such as activator and drop piece, cox traction, soft tissue and rehabilitation exercises.

Meet the Team

Dr Hayden Nadolny

Hayden is a second generation chiropractor, completing his chiropractic education at RMIT University in Melbourne. He enjoys working with people of all ages where he can help them reach their goals and full potential. He holistically caters to each individual so they can live their life to the fullest. Hayden primarily uses hands on techniques and low force techniques including drop- piece, activator and cox-traction. Hayden has a special interest in the diagnosis and management of concussion, working with athletes of all ages and abilities. Outside practice Hayden is a sports enthusiast, spending his weekends with his young family attending soccer or football games or playing with his dogs.

Dr Bernard Nadolny

With over 40 years experience, Bernard (known to many as Bernie) has seen the positive impact chiropractic has had on his patients over time, particularly treating multiple generational families. Before chiropractic, Bernard completed degrees in Education and Science. His cheerful nature puts a smile on everyone that walks through the door. Bernard enjoys working with people of all ages and has a special interest in animal chiropractic where he completed his post

Dr Madeleine Nadolny

Madeleine graduated from RMIT university where she completed her chiropractic education. Before entering the world of chiropractic Madeleine completed a Bachelor of Medical Science at Flinders University giving her a unique insight into the complex workings of the human body. Madeleine works with individuals of all ages and is passionate about rehabilitative exercise and nutrition with a special interest in working with babies, children and pre and post-natal care. She uses a mix of manual and low force techniques including drop-piece, activator and cox-traction. Madeleine wants all her patients to leave with the confidence that they can take on the challenges life throws at them. In her free time, she is spending time with her young family, cooking, gardening and playing with her dogs.

Dr Paul Lawrence

As a second generation Chiropractor, Paul has been in practice since 1977 and was among the first Chiropractors registered in South Australia in 1981. He served the profession on the executive of both the United Chiropractors Association and the Australian Chiropractors Association, and convened the largest Chiropractic Congress in the Southern Hemisphere (D.G. Congress). Paul has studied major Chiropractic techniques, including low force, manual techniques and structural rehabilitation (clinical biomechanics of posture). Paul thrives on helping people get well and challenging them to take responsibility for their own health. In his free time he is at the beach, visiting family and friends and tending to his garden.

Vincent Coué
Remedial Massage Therapist

Vincent is a qualified remedial massage therapist offering a range of techniques depending on your individual needs, including trigger point therapy, dry needling, deep tissue and sports massage, lymphatic drainage and cupping. Vincent is passionate about sports having competed around the world in triathlon and translated these skills into helping other athletes with sports massage. He is now committed to helping everyday ‘warriors’ achieve their best in day-to-day challenges, the same way an elite athlete does.

James Cooney
Remedial Massage Therapist

James completed his studies at the Melbourne Institute of Massage and Myotherapy gaining a Certificate IV in Massage Therapy and a Diploma of Remedial Massage. He has also completed courses in Dry Needling & Functional Cupping. James has been treating people of all different ages, from kids & teenagers to the elderly & elite athletes. James has previously worked with teams including working with Carlton Football Club, Melbourne Victory A-League Men’s and Women’s teams. James has a strong passion for helping clients with musculoskeletal problems by helping increase range of motion and reduce muscle tension whilst catering to client comfort and preferences.

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