Our success comes from the people we employ.
Constantly putting your health results first.
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Dr Jeremy Hammond, Chiropractor
Dr Jeremy Hammond is a chiropractor at the University of Sydney and is a member of the Australian Chiropractors’ Association.
Dr Jeremy Hammond actually didn't intend to become a Chiropractor and was originally working towards studying physiotherapy. However in his last year at school he developed severe spinal pain that could leave him paralysed on the ground for 10 to 15 minutes at a time. It wasn't until his father suggested that he go to a chiropractor that Dr Hammond got any relief. He was amazed that within 2 weeks the spinal pain and disability was completely gone. That made it obvious to him that Chiropractic had the ability to make fundamental, dramatically fast, lifelong improvement to health. After this experience he wanted to help others in the same way and decided to study Chiropractic.
He has gained a Bachelor of Science and Masters of Chiropractic from Macquarie University, Sydney and has continually undertaken postgraduate chiropractic education on a yearly basis. These areas of specialised interest are certifications in custom orthotic prescription, Denneroll spinal orthotics & remodelling table, Webster technique, pediatric chiropractic, and Rockblade IASTM. He routinely uses Gonstead technique, whole body adjusting, Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP).
Since 2000 Dr Jeremy Hammond has been in private practice, mostly as the chiropractor at the Sports Clinic at the University of Sydney until establishing his own clinic at the University of Sydney's Wentworth Building. Other experience has included being a sports chiropractic supervisor at the Sydney World Masters Games and the 100km Oxfam Trailwalker Event. These days, Dr Jeremy helps his other practitioners deliver high quality, research derived therapy for safe, efficient and long term effective results.
Dr J, as he is often called by patients, enjoys family life with 3 children, a wellness lifestyle of good food, exercise and personal development. He is also interested in innovative products and services, design and excellence.
Dr Jeremy Hammond - Chiropractor
Dr Bryden Leung, Chiropractor [Dr Leung has returned to Hong Kong]
Dr Bryden Leung is a registered chiropractor with excellent skills and focuses; he is extremely passionate about chiropractic and is committed to promote the best evidence-based chiropractic care to patients, in order to improve their health and wellbeing. He has a strong practice interest in chronic low back pain, migraines and headaches. He also has interest in chiropractic neurology and evidence-based multi-modal chiropractic care.
Bryden was born in a bloodline of health care providers with both his parents working as a medical doctor and a senior nursing officer in Hong Kong. He has a younger brother who is a Chinese medicine practitioner studying Medicine in Australia and almost all his relatives are either doctors or nurses. This environment shaped him to want to become a health care provider since he was young.
Immediately after finishing high school, he continued his study in chiropractic and was graduated from RMIT University which is one of the most well-known chiropractic universities in Australia, with a Bachelor of Health Science (Chiro) and a Master in Clinical Chiropractic; both degrees achieved with Distinction. In 2013, Bryden was the Chiropractic & Osteopathic College of Australasia Dux student award winner at RMIT University. Later on, in 2016, he also received the Chiropractors Association of Australia (CAA) Academic Excellence Award, the CAA Excellence in Chiropractic Science Award, the RMIT Chiropractic Diagnostic Radiology award as well as the CAA Graduate of the Year.
While practicing in University of Sydney, Bryden also attended a variety of chiropractic and soft tissue rehabilitation seminars. This allows him to have a broad spectrum in practice. Bryden is a certified Upper Cervical Technique practitioner, a certified Selective Functional Movement and Assessment (SFMA) practitioner, a Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS Series A, B & C) practitioner, a certified Sympathetic Dominance Protocol practitioner, a certified Active Release Techniques (ART) practitioner, a certified Functional And Kinetic Treatment with Rehab (FAKTR) practitioner, a certified Rocktape practitioner, a certified Rockblade (IASTM) practitioner, a Certified Thompson Technique practitioner, a certified Instrument Adjuster and a certified musculoskeletal needling and cupping practitioner. He has also studied Sacro-Occiptal Technique (SOT). Being a very active learner, Bryden is currently obtaining certifications in more chiropractic techniques as well as the post-graduate functional neurology and orthopaedic rehabilitation training.
Bryden is very up to date with the latest research studies relating to chiropractic sciences. He is very selective on the all the treatment modalities used on patients and he always makes sure that all the clinical services provided are aligned and are supported by the latest research studies in the musculoskeletal field.
Besides working as a chiropractor, Bryden is also very actively involving in community services in Australia and developing countries. He is an active member of the Hands on Health Australia which is an organisation providing health care services to impoverished people in Australia, who otherwise have no access to chiropractic care otherwise. He sometimes volunteers during weekends to serve people in community clinics in Australia. In 2016, Bryden devoted his personal time travelling to the Philippines for a mission trip. He partnered up with local nurses and physiotherapists to provide health care services to multiple developing villages. He was awarded a certificate of appreciation for the services and assistance he provided to people and the local medical team in the Philippines.
Away from chiropractic, Bryden loves listening and playing music. He enjoyed jamming music with friends and family and he knows how to play a variety of instruments. He is also interested in cooking and this led him to his partner Vanessa who is an amazing chef!
Dr Leung is a chiropractor who can speak fluent Cantonese, Mandarin and English. He aims to be the best chiropractor in Sydney for your best chiropractic treatment.
Dr Bryden Leung - Chiropractor
Kat Sikkhachan - Remedial Massage Therapist
Kat Sikkhachan has a Diploma of remedial massage, Certificate in Thai massage, Certificate in Aromatherapy massage and Certificate in Thai massage for health.
Kat has been a massage therapist since 2013 and is very passionate about helping people on their healing journey. She is registered for remedial massage therapy with private health funds.
Kat provides very specific massage for her client's needs to progressively reach a point of living without pain. This can be accomplished through deep tissue technique, soft tissue technique, Swedish technique, trigger point therapy and stretching technique. While firm pressure is her strength, relaxation and comfort are still the ideal objective.
Kat - Remedial Massage Therapist
Marienel - Practice Manager
Marienel is the practice manager of Campus Chiropractic & Wellness. She is qualified as a nurse in the Philippines so she has an in-depth knowledge of patient care. She has managed award winning fitness clubs for many years and other service businesses. She is currently studying business administration to further her career in health.
When she’s not working you will probably find Marienel training at the gym - she loves to do strength training and HIIT workout as well as running around the city on Sunday mornings. She’s really passionate about helping others transform to a healthy, consistent lifestyle. She also believes that prevention is better than cure which is why, wherever she goes, she usually tries to inspire her colleagues with health and fitness tips. She looks forward meeting you and to help you become healthier and happier in the clinic with our services.