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Wellbeing & Lifestyle Management Committee Members

Peter McGlynn, Chair
Peter has enjoyed providing high quality healthcare in Williamstown for many years and and blends gentle chiropractic with  SOT, functional neurology, nutrition, exercise, rehabilitation and public health. Optimum physical performance relies on optimum physical, nutritional and emotional health.

He has numerous postgraduate qualifications including a PhD in Public Health at Monash University. He is certified by the International Board of Lifestyle Medicine, is a Fellow of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine and is the current chair of AICE Wellbeing & Lifestyle Medicine Clinicial Practice Group.

 

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Damian Kristof, Member
Damian is a registered chiropractor practicing in Sandringham, Victoria. He is a qualified naturopath and nutritionist practicing in this field of study for almost 25 years.

He is certified by the International Board of Lifestyle Medicine, is a Fellow of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine and is one of the founders of the Australasian Institute of Chiropractic Education (AICE) Wellbeing and Lifestyle Management Clinical Practice Group. He is also a committee member of the ACA Audit and Risk Committee and Public Education Committee.

 

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Carl Thistlethwayte, Member
Carl is a registered chiropractor, a certified lifestyle medicine professional, a certified functional medicine practitioner, a certified shared medical appointment facilitator and a Fellow of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine.

He is a sessional academic at CQUniveristy for the School of Health, Medical and Life Sciences. Dr Thistlethwayte was the inaugural chairperson and co-founder of the Wellbeing and Lifestyle Management (WLM) CPG and is also a committee member of the AICE WLM group.

 

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Dr Peter McCann, Member
Peter has thirty years clinical experience as a chiropractor, naturopath and chinese medicine practitioner.  He is certified by the International Board of Lifestyle Medicine and is a Fellow of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine. He was a founding member of the ACA Nutrition SIG and a current committee member of the Australasian Institute of Chiropractic Education (AICE), Wellbeing and Lifestyle Management clinical practice group.

His research interests lie in non-pharmacological interventions for back pain. He is currently a Masters in Research candidate at CQUniversity investigating the use of superficial heat in low back pain management.

 

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