• Welcome to Attadale Chiropractic

    In past years, delegations of patients joined Dr McKibbin in lobbying politicians to request access to direct access to Medicare funded chiropractic care. Nothing changed.

    During his five decades, the wellness tribe has greatly expanded, as evidenced by the number of gyms and the size of the crowds at fun runs. Members of the wellness tribe share a desire to be healthy without the use of drugs and surgery. They make great chiropractic patients, please recommend them!

  • Welcome to Attadale Chiropractic

    In past years, delegations of patients joined Dr McKibbin in lobbying politicians to request access to direct access to Medicare funded chiropractic care. Nothing changed.

    During his five decades, the wellness tribe has greatly expanded, as evidenced by the number of gyms and the size of the crowds at fun runs. Members of the wellness tribe share a desire to be healthy without the use of drugs and surgery. They make great chiropractic patients, please recommend them!

  • Welcome to Attadale Chiropractic

    In past years, delegations of patients joined Dr McKibbin in lobbying politicians to request access to direct access to Medicare funded chiropractic care. Nothing changed.

    During his five decades, the wellness tribe has greatly expanded, as evidenced by the number of gyms and the size of the crowds at fun runs. Members of the wellness tribe share a desire to be healthy without the use of drugs and surgery. They make great chiropractic patients, please recommend them!

Who We Are

For brevities sake we refer to our valued and competent receptionists as CAs (chiropractic assistants). Jayne has been a CA for around 25 years and Dawn for 5 years. Photo I invite patients who have odd and unusual subluxation related symptoms (cloudy thinking, can’t get words in order, blurry vision etc.) that responded well to tell the CAs. Creating a unique big mental file helps the CA later on when a prospective patient phones to ask if chiropractic may help that same odd symptom.

This Chiropractic's Role

Michael McKibbin’s chiropractic journey began in the 1920s. After a car accident, medical treatment failed to alleviate his symptoms. Later, chiropractic care removed the cause of those symptoms. That led to him attending and graduating as a chiropractor at the Palmer school of chiropractic in Davenport Iowa USA; where chiropractic first began.

At that time, senior chiropractic students took the same basic sciences examinations as, and in the company of, senior medical students. Michael McKibbin passed the Iowa State basic science examinations in Des Moines.  

In the 1960’s, Western Australia (WA) was the first Australian State to register chiropractors. WA had few chiropractors and needed more chiropractors.  He made the wise choice to establish a practice in Attadale. Michael McKibbin’s early career experiences, with various sporting clubs including association with East Fremantle football club, gave him an appreciation of managing sporting injuries.

Dr McKibbin has tested what he learnt as a student chiropractor by locating and adjusting spinal faults in tens of thousands of patients.  He watched in awe as the patient’s inborn intelligence responded to subluxations being adjusted.  (We need a hyperlink site for terms.)

Removing that disruption to the nervous system coincides with relief of a few evidence based, and a far wider array of probably never to be evidence based, subluxation related symptoms. Hence the care he delivers is based upon what happened with tens of thousands of previous patients as well as upon current best evidence and guidelines.

His 50 years’ experience has allowed him to adjust subluxations that occurred in birthing babies, toddler’s falls, the rough and tumble of youth, the physical, chemical and emotional stressors of adult life and falls in old age and a range of non-human patients. (Photo of kids, dog, cat and a black rabbit)

Their outcomes validated that it does not matter if a spine is vertical or horizontal. Vertebrates subluxate and respond well to chiropractic care. 

The basic function of our nervous system’s control is total integration of all functional activities, a big job considering that the current guesstimate is that there are some of 37.2 trillion cells in the human body. Our nervous system exerts control over everything we say, think and do.

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    Michael McKibbin’s chiropractic journey began in the 1920s. After a car accident, medical treatment failed to alleviate his symptoms. Later, chiropractic care removed the cause of those symptoms. That led to him attending and graduating as a chiropractor at the Palmer school of chiropractic in Davenport Iowa USA; where chiropractic first began.

    At that time, senior chiropractic students took the same basic sciences examinations as, and in the company of, senior medical students. Michael McKibbin passed the Iowa State basic science examinations in Des Moines.  

    In the 1960’s, Western Australia (WA) was the first Australian State to register chiropractors. WA had few chiropractors and needed more chiropractors.  He made the wise choice to establish a practice in Attadale. Michael McKibbin’s early career experiences, with various sporting clubs including association with East Fremantle football club, gave him an appreciation of managing sporting injuries.

    Dr McKibbin has tested what he learnt as a student chiropractor by locating and adjusting spinal faults in tens of thousands of patients.  He watched in awe as the patient’s inborn intelligence responded to subluxations being adjusted.  (We need a hyperlink site for terms.)

    Removing that disruption to the nervous system coincides with relief of a few evidence based, and a far wider array of probably never to be evidence based, subluxation related symptoms. Hence the care he delivers is based upon what happened with tens of thousands of previous patients as well as upon current best evidence and guidelines.

    His 50 years’ experience has allowed him to adjust subluxations that occurred in birthing babies, toddler’s falls, the rough and tumble of youth, the physical, chemical and emotional stressors of adult life and falls in old age and a range of non-human patients. (Photo of kids, dog, cat and a black rabbit)

    Their outcomes validated that it does not matter if a spine is vertical or horizontal. Vertebrates subluxate and respond well to chiropractic care. 

    The basic function of our nervous system’s control is total integration of all functional activities, a big job considering that the current guesstimate is that there are some of 37.2 trillion cells in the human body. Our nervous system exerts control over everything we say, think and do.

  • Read More

    Michael McKibbin’s chiropractic journey began in the 1920s. After a car accident, medical treatment failed to alleviate his symptoms. Later, chiropractic care removed the cause of those symptoms. That led to him attending and graduating as a chiropractor at the Palmer school of chiropractic in Davenport Iowa USA; where chiropractic first began.

    At that time, senior chiropractic students took the same basic sciences examinations as, and in the company of, senior medical students. Michael McKibbin passed the Iowa State basic science examinations in Des Moines.  

    In the 1960’s, Western Australia (WA) was the first Australian State to register chiropractors. WA had few chiropractors and needed more chiropractors.  He made the wise choice to establish a practice in Attadale. Michael McKibbin’s early career experiences, with various sporting clubs including association with East Fremantle football club, gave him an appreciation of managing sporting injuries.

    Dr McKibbin has tested what he learnt as a student chiropractor by locating and adjusting spinal faults in tens of thousands of patients.  He watched in awe as the patient’s inborn intelligence responded to subluxations being adjusted.  (We need a hyperlink site for terms.)

    Removing that disruption to the nervous system coincides with relief of a few evidence based, and a far wider array of probably never to be evidence based, subluxation related symptoms. Hence the care he delivers is based upon what happened with tens of thousands of previous patients as well as upon current best evidence and guidelines.

    His 50 years’ experience has allowed him to adjust subluxations that occurred in birthing babies, toddler’s falls, the rough and tumble of youth, the physical, chemical and emotional stressors of adult life and falls in old age and a range of non-human patients. (Photo of kids, dog, cat and a black rabbit)

    Their outcomes validated that it does not matter if a spine is vertical or horizontal. Vertebrates subluxate and respond well to chiropractic care. 

    The basic function of our nervous system’s control is total integration of all functional activities, a big job considering that the current guesstimate is that there are some of 37.2 trillion cells in the human body. Our nervous system exerts control over everything we say, think and do.

  • Read More

    Michael McKibbin’s chiropractic journey began in the 1920s. After a car accident, medical treatment failed to alleviate his symptoms. Later, chiropractic care removed the cause of those symptoms. That led to him attending and graduating as a chiropractor at the Palmer school of chiropractic in Davenport Iowa USA; where chiropractic first began.

    At that time, senior chiropractic students took the same basic sciences examinations as, and in the company of, senior medical students. Michael McKibbin passed the Iowa State basic science examinations in Des Moines.  

    In the 1960’s, Western Australia (WA) was the first Australian State to register chiropractors. WA had few chiropractors and needed more chiropractors.  He made the wise choice to establish a practice in Attadale. Michael McKibbin’s early career experiences, with various sporting clubs including association with East Fremantle football club, gave him an appreciation of managing sporting injuries.

    Dr McKibbin has tested what he learnt as a student chiropractor by locating and adjusting spinal faults in tens of thousands of patients.  He watched in awe as the patient’s inborn intelligence responded to subluxations being adjusted.  (We need a hyperlink site for terms.)

    Removing that disruption to the nervous system coincides with relief of a few evidence based, and a far wider array of probably never to be evidence based, subluxation related symptoms. Hence the care he delivers is based upon what happened with tens of thousands of previous patients as well as upon current best evidence and guidelines.

    His 50 years’ experience has allowed him to adjust subluxations that occurred in birthing babies, toddler’s falls, the rough and tumble of youth, the physical, chemical and emotional stressors of adult life and falls in old age and a range of non-human patients. (Photo of kids, dog, cat and a black rabbit)

    Their outcomes validated that it does not matter if a spine is vertical or horizontal. Vertebrates subluxate and respond well to chiropractic care. 

    The basic function of our nervous system’s control is total integration of all functional activities, a big job considering that the current guesstimate is that there are some of 37.2 trillion cells in the human body. Our nervous system exerts control over everything we say, think and do.

  • Read More

    Michael McKibbin’s chiropractic journey began in the 1920s. After a car accident, medical treatment failed to alleviate his symptoms. Later, chiropractic care removed the cause of those symptoms. That led to him attending and graduating as a chiropractor at the Palmer school of chiropractic in Davenport Iowa USA; where chiropractic first began.

    At that time, senior chiropractic students took the same basic sciences examinations as, and in the company of, senior medical students. Michael McKibbin passed the Iowa State basic science examinations in Des Moines.  

    In the 1960’s, Western Australia (WA) was the first Australian State to register chiropractors. WA had few chiropractors and needed more chiropractors.  He made the wise choice to establish a practice in Attadale. Michael McKibbin’s early career experiences, with various sporting clubs including association with East Fremantle football club, gave him an appreciation of managing sporting injuries.

    Dr McKibbin has tested what he learnt as a student chiropractor by locating and adjusting spinal faults in tens of thousands of patients.  He watched in awe as the patient’s inborn intelligence responded to subluxations being adjusted.  (We need a hyperlink site for terms.)

    Removing that disruption to the nervous system coincides with relief of a few evidence based, and a far wider array of probably never to be evidence based, subluxation related symptoms. Hence the care he delivers is based upon what happened with tens of thousands of previous patients as well as upon current best evidence and guidelines.

    His 50 years’ experience has allowed him to adjust subluxations that occurred in birthing babies, toddler’s falls, the rough and tumble of youth, the physical, chemical and emotional stressors of adult life and falls in old age and a range of non-human patients. (Photo of kids, dog, cat and a black rabbit)

    Their outcomes validated that it does not matter if a spine is vertical or horizontal. Vertebrates subluxate and respond well to chiropractic care. 

    The basic function of our nervous system’s control is total integration of all functional activities, a big job considering that the current guesstimate is that there are some of 37.2 trillion cells in the human body. Our nervous system exerts control over everything we say, think and do.

Kids and Chiropractic

As a young family man, Dr McKibbin shared an interest common to most chiropractors, caring for infants and children. He saw that early chiropractic intervention benefits both children and parents.

Recognising that many spinal problems begin in childhood, he has lectured about spinal care to students in many schools. Recognising that long neglected spinal mechanical faults lead to premature degeneration in adults, he has been a guest speaker at numerous service clubs.

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    As a young family man, Dr McKibbin shared an interest common to most chiropractors, caring for infants and children. He saw that early chiropractic intervention benefits both children and parents.

    Recognising that many spinal problems begin in childhood, he has lectured about spinal care to students in many schools. Recognising that long neglected spinal mechanical faults lead to premature degeneration in adults, he has been a guest speaker at numerous service clubs.

  • Read More

    As a young family man, Dr McKibbin shared an interest common to most chiropractors, caring for infants and children. He saw that early chiropractic intervention benefits both children and parents.

    Recognising that many spinal problems begin in childhood, he has lectured about spinal care to students in many schools. Recognising that long neglected spinal mechanical faults lead to premature degeneration in adults, he has been a guest speaker at numerous service clubs.

  • Read More

    As a young family man, Dr McKibbin shared an interest common to most chiropractors, caring for infants and children. He saw that early chiropractic intervention benefits both children and parents.

    Recognising that many spinal problems begin in childhood, he has lectured about spinal care to students in many schools. Recognising that long neglected spinal mechanical faults lead to premature degeneration in adults, he has been a guest speaker at numerous service clubs.

  • Read More

    As a young family man, Dr McKibbin shared an interest common to most chiropractors, caring for infants and children. He saw that early chiropractic intervention benefits both children and parents.

    Recognising that many spinal problems begin in childhood, he has lectured about spinal care to students in many schools. Recognising that long neglected spinal mechanical faults lead to premature degeneration in adults, he has been a guest speaker at numerous service clubs.

The Chiropractic Association of Australia

Dr McKibbin recognised that newly registered chiropractors and their patients have many needs. For decades he served in various Association positions, including WA state president. He continues to be a self-appointed active political lobbyist who has urged generations of MPs to give chiropractic equal treatment under the law.

Where We Are

436 Canning Hwy, Attadale WA 6156

(08) 9330 5298

 
 
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