You + Us = Your Health Care Team.

From Support Staff to Health Professionals our team at Hand to Health are committed to providing a safe, professional and welcoming environment to help you recognise your potential and achieve your health care goals. We encourage you to look after your body, it’s the only place you have to live.

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Dr Kylie Salter
BMedSci MChiro
Founder and Director Hand to Health

Dr Kylie completed a Bachelor of Medical Science at Flinders University, South Australia, with a double major in Neuroscience, Physiology and Nutrition & Dietetics. In 2007 Dr Kylie completed her Master of Chiropractic at Macquarie University in Sydney. Dr Kylie’s further study includes paediatric care and musculoskeletal dry needling. Dr Kylie has a special interest in family chiropractic care and is passionate about Integrative Health.

Chiropractic Australia Member

Dr Kylie Salter

Chiropractor & Health Educator
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Dr Lisa Brown
BSc(Chiro) B.Chiro

“I enjoy an interactive and hands on approach to improving the health and performance of my patients.”
Dr Lisa completed a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Chiropractic at Murdoch University in Western Australia in 2010, graduating with First Class Merit Honours. In 2016 Dr Lisa completed her specialist qualification in Sports Chiropractic.
Dr Lisa’s further study includes musculoskeletal dry needling, Graston deep tissue therapy, paediatrics. Lisa has a special interest in sports injury management and rehabilitation and maintains a strong connection with the community through her involvement with the Freeling Football & Netball Club as a trainer, the Barossa Aquatic & Fitness Centre as a swimming coach and instructor and local horse riding clubs as a competitor, committee member and coach.

Chiropractic Australia Member
Chiropractic and Osteopathic Collage of Australia Member

Dr Lisa Brown

Sport Chiropractor & Health Educator
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Amanda Buhlman
Amanda competed a bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in 2014. 
Amanda’s further study includes Musculoskeletal Dry Needling, Cupping, Mulligan Technique and Dance and Pointe assessment.
Amanda has a strong background in dance, having danced herself for over fifteen years. Amanda’s long time involvement with dance combined with her physiotherapy knowledge has laid the foundation for her greater understanding of the therapeutic needs associated with Dancers. Amanda is skilled in dance and poinet assessments and is a major contributor to the therapeutic Dance workshops run by hand to health.

Amanda Buhlman

Physiotherapist, Dance Physio and Health Educator
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Vicki Patterson
Dip Remedial Massage
Dip Sports Massage Therapy

Vicki has over 20 years’ experience in the health care industry and in 2008 Vicki added to this knowledge base completing a Diploma of Remedial Massage and a Diploma of Sports Massage Therapy at the Natural Health Academy in Adelaide, South Australia.
Vicki has a great understanding of remedial massage therapy and has continued to give back to the profession working as a tutor in remedial therapies at Endeavour collage. Vicki is passionate about facilitating health through manual therapy, integrative health care and lifestyle.

Vicki Patterson

Remedial Massage Therapist
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Donna-Marie Hicks
Dip Remedial Massage
Dip Sports Massage Therapy

In 2009 Donna completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage and a Diploma of Sports Massage Therapy at the Natural Health Academy in Adelaide, South Australia. Donna has a special interest in pathophysiology and injury management.

Donna-Marie Hicks

Remedial Massage Therapist
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Michelle Plew
Dip Counselling, Dip Business Management, Dip OHS

Michelle has over 20 year’s industry experience in people management, conflict resolution and mentoring. Through her work place encounters Michelle recognised a need for people to be able to debrief their life experiences, which led her to further study, completing her Diploma of counselling in 2016.
Michelle identifies that this simple opportunity to be able to debrief an event, occurrence or simply discuss life’s stressors at early stages can often allow a person to find understanding and strategy to help manage their situation. This early discussion often minimises the need for further intervention and allows you to move forward positively and constructively with life. As we all ultimately strive to raise happy, healthy resilient families and achieve work life balance a simple debrief in a safe non-judgemental environment may help you to manage the challenges associated with life.

Michelle Plew

Counsellor & Life Style Support Services