Canberra Spine Centre

Canberra Spine Centre
Our Canberra team consists of highly qualified practitioners and friendly support staff. At Canberra Spine Centre our natural therapists believe that there are three distinct stages in helping a patient to attain a high level of wellness.
Our object here is to correct the poor biomechanics that have resulted in your spinal problems, together we address the muscular and ligamentous imbalances, improve spinal function and promote healing of soft tissues.

The majority of clients at Canberra Spine Centre choose wellness or supportive care for themselves and their families. Maintaining a proper functioning spine and nervous system may arrest small problems before they deteriorate and allow your body to express itself fully.
Clients will often choose a frequency of care that is consistent with the physical and mental stresses in their life; the choice is yours, whether it is monthly, fortnightly or weekly.

Canberra team consists of highly qualified practitioners and friendly support staff. At Canberra Spine Centre our natural therapists believe that there are three distinct stages in helping a patient to attain a high level of wellness.
Our object here is to correct the poor biomechanics that have resulted in your spinal problems, together we address the muscular and ligamentous imbalances, improve spinal function and promote healing of soft tissues.

The majority of clients at Canberra Spine Centre choose wellness or supportive care for themselves and their families. Maintaining a proper functioning spine and nervous system may arrest small problems before they deteriorate and allow your body to express itself fully.

About the Chiropractor

Dr Jon Powderly has always had a passion for sport, exercise and health. It was a gymnastics injury as a teenager that first prompted Jon to visit a chiropractor. The impact of this experience led to him becoming a chiropractor himself. After a foray into physical education teaching, then working alongside physiotherapists for 12 months in a large Melbourne hospital. Dr Powderly began studying chiropractic at R.M.I.T. in Melbourne in 1990.

After completing the 5-year full time degree, Dr Powderly graduated in 1995 with the ‘clinical excellence’ award for his work in student clinic. The next 5 years were spent working in over 20 different clinics in 5 different countries. While living in Barcelona, he set up a volunteer clinic in a drug-rehabilitation centre that is still running to this day thanks to the great work of local chiropractors.
In the year 2000, Dr Powderly returned to Australia, and after 2 years of working in a variety of clinics, moved to Canberra to be with his wife, Salena, opening the Canberra Spine Centre in 2002.

7 MacPherson Street, O’Connor ACT 2602
02 6257 9400