A family orientated practice established for over 16 years, the team of professional Chiropractors Darren Gray & Harry Harris at Coastline Chiropractic Centre have a wealth of experience, to help you restore your body’s balance and freedom. Our chiropractic services extend over two beautiful purpose build centres at Port Macquarie and Wauchope.
Professionally, our practitioners of Coastline Chiropractic Centre are proudly associated with the peak national professional bodies such as Chiropractic Association of Australia (CAA), Australasian Academy of Functional Neurology (AAFN), Exercise Sports Science Australia (ESSA) and Australian Spinal Research Foundation (ASRF).
Dr Darren Gray (Chiropractor) is a registered chiropractor with over twenty years experience. His clinical career encompassed many private clinics both international and throughout Australia. Darren has a particular interest in brain health.
Dr Harry (Daniel) Harris (Chiropractor) graduated from Macquarie University in 2002 with a Masters Degree in Chiropractic. Harry’s particular clinical interest is WorkCover and postural controls of the spine as well as sports science.
Chiropractors are required to adhere to strict and extensive educational requirements and standards to become registered health professionals in Australia.
Australian chiropractors are five-year University trained, and are government registered and government regulated health professionals.
To become a registered chiropractor you must have studied an accredited five-year chiropractic program conducted at a University within Australia or have completed an accredited program overseas that satisfies the requirements set by the Australian Chiropractic Regulatory authority.
Successful completion of the whole program of studies is required for professional registration as a chiropractor. Importantly chiropractor’s education never ends. After entering practice, a chiropractor must complete continuing professional development courses and seminars to upgrade and improve their skills to stay current on the latest scientific research in order to maintain their registration.