Genevieve Keating, Chiropractor
Genevieve Keating has spent the last thirty years wondering “how we are who we are”.
She is passionately interested in developing brains and how we, as a community, can have a guiding hand. While wondering, she has been studying, teaching and rehabilitating her own brain.
Her study has earned her a Bachelor of Applied Science in Chiropractic (1988), a Master-practitioner of NLP (1991), and a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (2004).
She has designed and taught seminars for 20 years. She currently teaches postgraduate paediatric seminars for Inspiral Resources and is Assistant Professor of the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies, teaching the Chiropractic Neurology program in Australia.
She is committed to engaging health practitioners and the community in understanding, assessing and supporting neuro-development, ensuring that babies and children are given the best chance for healthy, happy lives.
She has a referral practice in Melbourne and is incredibly inspired by the babies and children she works with.
Rosemary Keating, Chiropractor
BAppSc (Chiropractic) M Chiro Sc (Paediatric) Diplomate American Chiropractic Neurology Board
Rosemary Keating is an innovative and powerful Chiropractor, Facilitator and Coach, with a passionate commitment to transformation.
Fascination with how we construct and make meaning of our world through our brain and nervous system, including our conscious and unconscious mind, has resulted in over 25 years of formal and informal study.
She is passionately committed to neuroplasticity, particularly in the impact chiropractic can have on the development of children’s brains.
She holds a B App Sc (Chiropractic), M App Sc (Paediatric), is a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. She is a certified NLP Master Practitioner, NLP Professional Trainer, and NLP Coach.
She co-facilitates Inspiral Kids…Dynamic Development. She has previously served on the CAA Council of Representatives, and the Boards of CAA Queensland, SOTO Australasia and the Spinal Research Foundation.
She has a family wellness practice in Sunshine Beach, Queensland.
Lorene Dennis, Chiropractor
Lorene is a co founder of the first early development centre for children with Down Syndrome
Dr Lorene Dennis has always had a passion for working with children. In 1989 she graduated from Sherman College of Chiropractic and opened her first Chiropractic centre in Dublin Ireland. She has since opened practices with her husband in Vanuatu, Muscat in the Sultanate of Oman and in New Zealand.
Inspired by the birth of their daughter Molly in 2001, she co-founded the first early development centre for children with Down syndrome in Oman. Since then, Lorene has been on a journey to learn more about how we can help children who are 'wired' a little differently. To achieve this goal she has opened 'the connection' a mulit-disciplinary health centre in Auckland dedicated to the health of children with different abilities.
Olivia Gleeson, Chiropractor
BAppSc (Clin), BChiroSc
Olivia is passionate about empowering people to their best brain function and health expression.
Her practice in Perth WA has a focus on paediatrics, pregnancy and family health. Olivia is mum to 6 year old triplets- conceived spontaneously and birthed vaginally, her own journey as a naturally minded mother in an often unhealthy world has been a great teacher.
Olivia graduated as a chiropractor from RMIT in 1998 being awarded the Diagnostic Science Excellence Award. After 8 yrs of experience and wanting to have a bigger impact on inspiring people, Olivia co-founded Nervana Chiropractic; which now has 6 clinics across Perth. She was recently awarded a WA 40 under 40 business award. She is currently completing her diplomate in neuro-developmental paediatrics and has a keen interest in child development and neuroplasticity.
She has served previously on the public education committee of the Chiropractic Association of WA and is passionate about raising community awareness about the role of chiropractic in better health. She has presented at chiropractic conferences, maternity hospitals, community health nurse conferences, playgroups and schools. Olivia always strives to be of service to the community and has volunteered over several years at Hands on Health and supports Spinal Research and CCNP.
"I am honoured and excited to join the board of CCNP and playing a role in moving forward the collaboration, research and education in our profession to better serve the children and families in our communities."
Carla Vescio, Chiropractor
Carla graduated with a Bachelor of Health Science (Chiropractic) and a Master of Clinical Chiropractic with Distinction, achieving a Clinical Excellence award along her journey.
When asked about what first drew her to contribute as a board member for the College of Chiropractic Neuro-developmental Paediatrics (CCNP), it was her love of caring for infants and children and the importance of when and how they reach developmental milestones. She is dedicated to encouraging and advancing chiropractic paediatric education and research to help change the shape of chiropractic and neuro-development for infants and children.
As a practicing Chiropractor in Melbourne, Carla’s goal is to provide the highest quality care for the families she sees.
Julie Uren, Chiropractor
Julie completed her general nursing training in 1985 then went on to complete midwifery in 1987. She also has further training in Child and Family and Childbirth Education.
After many years working with mothers and babies she was inspired to undertake a chiropractic degree after working with her husband Mark and seeing first hand the benefits of chiropractic.
Julie completed her chiropractic studies in 2005. Since then she has worked with husband Mark in their family chiropractic practice in Sydney. She has a particular interest in the care of pregnant women and children.
Julie has developed and taught workshops to chiropractors around Australia and New Zealand on pregnancy and birth. Julie is passionate about helping chiropractors understand the implications pregnancy and birth may have on the long term health of children.
Julie has two delightful daughters Mia and Hanna. She feels privileged to join the hard working and dedicated team of the CCNP board to advance the work into children and chiropractic to help build happier healthier communities.
Jacey Pryjma, Chiropractor
Known as an innovator in the field, her energy and engaging nature captivates those around her.
Using creative ideas and transforming daily practice into a wonderful experience for families is what Dr Jacey Pryjma has committed her career to. Passionate about chiropractic for children, Dr Jacey, as her young patients fondly call her has paved a career around innovation and bringing a love for health restoration & preservation back to the centre of daily family life. Connecting little ones and their families to the beauty of the human body. Dr Pryjma has experience in governance and industry leadership sitting on the NSW CAA board for 3 years and was a states industry spokesperson for the profession appearing on TV, radio and in print. Teaching industry accredited paediatric seminars; Dr Pryjma continues her passion for supporting chiropractors to practice ‘best practice’. When not in practice at Australian Children’s Chiropractic Centre located in Newcastle NSW, Jacey is further developing her software company Well Kids, whose purpose is to bring standards of examination and care management to chiropractic care for children. With a focus on QOL and functional scores, Well Kids is built to support chiropractic research while bringing consistent measuring tools to the profession.
Scott Walters, Chiropractor
Scott graduated from RMIT in 1993, and has worked in various areas since that time, settling in Albury in 2001, and founded Chiropractic Wellbeing.
In that time, the practice grew to become a large family based practice, with collaborative ties with many other local professionals. In 2014 Scott completed a Grad. Cert. in Small Business Management from Charles Sturt University, and is currently studying a Diplomat in Chiropractic Paediatric Neurodevelopment. In 2016 his practice won the Albury/Wodonga Outstanding Micro Business Award.
Scott has become very interested in how to help families live happier, healthier lives, and how to translate new knowledge bases into successful interventions for patients in practice. He believes that chiropractic has the capacity to impact individuals and families lives in a positive way. He is passionate about supporting chiropractors to improve their skills especially with children and families, and their ability to understand and ethically communicate the knowledge base behind chiropractic care of families.
Scott is married with one daughter, and is also an avid scuba diver, fly fishermen, trains in Brazilian Jui Jitsu and likes running with his dog.