Dr Janine Ritchie has returned to the Mornington Peninsula and is now practising at Peninsula Sports & Spinal Rehabilitation in Mornington and Frankston Family Chiropractic in Frankston.
Janine spent most of the previous decade working in Mornington and Mount Eliza before moving to South Australia for a few years, so many Peninsula residents will be familiar with the high level of skill and experience she brings to each practice.
Janine completed her science degree in the 1990s and worked as a microbiologist in the food industry and as a research assistant in the Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research’s auto-immunity and transplantation department. She then decided to turn her hand to healing and completed her Masters of Chiropractic.
Drawing on her wide-ranging experience, Janine focuses on gentle, low-force techniques to improve the function of the nervous system and help you achieve greater health. She also uses low-level (cold) laser therapy to relieve pain and reduce inflammation caused by damaged tissue.
Janine says she loves the diversity that comes from working in a family practice, so whatever your age or walk of life, make an appointment to see her at Peninsula Sports & Spinal Rehabilitation on 5973 4039 or Frankston Family Chiropractic on 9783 9980.
PENINSULA SPORTS & SPINAL REHABILITATION
A: 4 Bruce St, Mornington
T: 5973 4039
FRANKSTON FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC
A: 62 Cranbourne Rd, Frankston
T: 9783 9980