Our Chiropractors

Get to know the Mandurah Spine and Sport chiropractors.
You can find us on the corner of Mandurah Road and Murdoch Drive. We like to say that we provide chiropractic treatment with a very big difference. We don’t just manipulate the neck and back. Our chiropractors have advanced training in finding and breaking down adhesions. We have a unique approach when it comes to treating back pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, knee pain and a range of other injuries.

Dr. Tim Edwards

Dr. Tim Edwards has a double degree in Chiropractic Science and Clinical Science.  He moved to Western Australia to start work in 2004.  Tim gave up on traditional chiropractic treatment after becoming frustrated with the results.  He underwent advanced training in diagnosing and treating soft tissue dysfunction and adhesion.  This training gives him valuable insight into the biomechanics of injury and rehabilitation.  He is one of only a handful of practitioners in Australia with this training. 

Tim enjoys staying active.  He completed the City to Surf marathon, the Mandurah Half Iron Man, and the Busselton Half Iron Man.  And he also plays a terrible game of golf 😉 He understands the needs of both the casual and professional athlete.

Luke O’Neill

Luke O’Neill completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Notre Dame. While completing his degree, he trained in various techniques to refine his physiotherapy. He spent time in the USA to develop his diagnostic, injury treatment and rehabilitation skills. He started work with Tim Edwards before graduating in 2019. That training helped him hone his soft tissue technique skills.

Previously, Luke worked both manual and desk roles in the construction and agricultural sectors. He also worked as a sports trainer in various sports. Most recently, with hockey, football, netball, gymnastics and gridiron. Luke enjoys keeping active with boxing and gym work. He brings his personal experience into his treatment technique. This allows him to understand the weekend sportsperson and the loads placed on the body from the daily grind.