Holistic Chiropractic Treatments for Families & Athletes in South Caulfield!
Dr. Yvette Le Cerf has always aspired toward a healthy lifestyle, coming from a family that was heavily involved in the local sporting community in country Victoria. This involvement first sparked her passion in health and wanting to know more about how the human body works. It was during a netball match at age 16 that she noticed she was struggling to throw the ball due to pain in her upper back and shoulders, and so her family took her to see a a Chiropractor. After her first treatment she recalls instant pain relief and then, as time went on, she noticed overall better body function so was intrigued to learn more about chiropractic.
Dr Yvette provides care for families, kids, athletes and the elderly. She has a strong practice interest in treating acute and chronic pain, injury prevention, sports chiropractic care and women's health.
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Most of her clients are based in South Caulfield and surrounding suburbs where she has a strong network of local healthcare providers in other disciplines from whom she liaises and works with to reach clients health goals more effectively.
Our practitioners have a passion for helping children experience greater health, freedom from pain, and optimal development and cares for many families in South Caulfield and the surrounding suburbs.
As keen fitness fanatics and sporting players themselves, our practitioners are fully aware of the importance of keeping all your systems at optimal performance levels and doing everything possible to encourage speedy recovery.
Dr Yvette completed her double bachelor degree of Applied Science (Chiropractic) and Health Sciences with distinctions at RMIT University, Melbourne. After working in her country hometown in Nagambie, for several years, she has decided to return back to living city life. She is passionate about helping people of all ages to achieve their optimal health, and has a particular interest in women’s health and sporting injuries.
In her spare time, Dr. Yvette enjoys keeping fit by participating in netball, practising yoga, cooking healthy and nutritious meals, reading, and getting outside in the sunshine as much as possible.
“It’s never too early or too late to work towards being the healthiest version of yourself”.