Cara Clews

Dr Cara Clews (Chiropractor) graduated in 2007 from Murdoch University in WA. After travelling to the Pilbara she realised there was a lack of health care options and started the Newman branch of Country Chiropractic in 2008. Cara lived in Newman until the end of 2013 and during that time met and married her husband and they started their family.

The Clews family moved to South Hedland and alo...

Kate-lyn McIntosh

Dr Kate-lyn McIntosh (Chiropractor) graduated from Murdoch University in 2015 with a double degree in Chiropractic and Chiropractic Science. Prior to this, she had a career in the disability sector working with people who spend long hours in wheel chairs with different levels of abilities. She spent 4 years working in Perth and the gorgeous town of Toodyay, where she found her love for the small c...

Kelly Williamson

Kelly is a long term resident who has lived in Newman for 36+ years, is married with 2 adult kids and the odd chicken. She had been a patient with Country Chiropractic for many many years before becoming a valuable member of the Country Chiropractic team. Kelly enjoys living in the Pilbara and definitely calls Newman home. Kelly volunteers with the Police Legacy, Bloody Slow Cup weekend which she ...

Larissa Forsyth

I have lived in Newman for 20 years and have worked at Country Chiropractic on a casual basis for the past 5 years. In that time I have had the pleasure of meeting and working with some amazing people and have thoroughly enjoyed it. 
In my spare time I love spending time with my husband Shaun and our 3 children, whether it's camping, fishing or attending local events together.

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