Chris Carter, BSc, DC, MScMed(PainMgt)
Dr. Carter, a 2006 graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, has over 11 years of private chiropractic practice experience, and was a supervising clinician at Murdoch University for 7 years. He has completed a Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management) from the University of Sydney, and the Canadian Academy of Pain Management diplomate program. His clinical interests include the prevention and management of chronic spinal pain. He resides in Kelowna, Canada where he works in private practice, publishes peer-reviewed literature, and is an adjunct lecturer for the School of Health Professions, Murdoch University..
Sasha Aspinall, B.Sc (Chiro), Hons (Chiro), B.Chiro
Dr. Aspinall is a chiropractor and is part-way through her PhD journey that involves researching pain sensitivity in lower back pain patients, and spinal manipulation. Sasha also currently teaches practical chiropractic skills, including motion palpation and spinal manipulation, at Murdoch University. Through her experience in clinical practice, research, and teaching of clinical skill development, Sasha has developed a passion for spinal pain management and pain science.
Gregory Parkin-Smith, MTech(Chiro), MBBS, MSc, DrHC
Dr Parkin-Smith is a practicing GP in the Southwest of WA, with an interest in musculoskeletal medicine and spinal pain. He is both a registered medical practitioner and chiropractor in Australia, while participating in research and clinical teaching. He obtained his Master's degree in Chiropractic in South Africa in 1996, and his MBBS. MSc and Doctorate in Health Care Degree in the UK from 2003 onwards. Apart from musculoskeletal and pain medicine, he has an interest and expertise in research involving complex interventions and clinical trials.
Barrett Losco, M.Chiropractic, MPA
Dr. Losco is a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Chiropractic and Head of the Chiropractic Discipline Chiropractic at Murdoch University. Barrett’s research interests focus on chronic pain, the effects of manipulation upon pain, and chiropractic education. In addition to his teaching responsibilities at Murdoch, Barrett has also been involved with the training of chiropractors in Myofascial Dry Needling nationally and internationally.
Stan Innes, B App Sc (Chiro), M Psych
Dr. Innes graduated from RMIT in 1983 and has more than 30 years of chiropractic practice. He completed his training as a clinical psychologist in 2002. Stan has experience working in a multidisciplinary pain management centre. He has published reviews on psychosocial aspects of persistent pain and burnout in chiropractors in peer review journals. He is a lecturer at Murdoch University in the area of Rehabilitation and he has a special interest in the biopsychosocial aspects of rehabilitation.
Ashleigh Bond, B. Sc. (Chiro), M. Chiro
Dr Bond graduated with a Masters of Chiropractic from Macquarie University in 2007 and has since extended her skills in the area of women's health, paediatrics and pregnancy, hormonal wellbeing, and gut health. Further interests include nutrition, anti-ageing and healing, functional medicine, and positive psychology. She has lived and practiced in Sydney (NSW), The Netherlands, and now resides in Perth (WA). As Co-Host of the iTunes 5-star awarding-winning women's health podcast Wellness Women Radio, she has had the opportunity to educate over 150,000 listeners globally through weekly podcast downloads.