Dr Robbie Hunt is the founder of Wellbeing Chiropractic. He practices as the principal chiropractor 6 days a week from Pakenham and Hawthorn locations. After being awarded clinical excellence from RMIT University he began his career working in various multidisciplinary practices around Melbourne as a locum Chiropractor. Robbie went on to gain valuable clinical experience volunteering internationally before opening Wellbeing Chiropractic.
For over 14 years, Robbie has been trusted to care for world champion athletes, Olympic medalists, entertainers, industry leaders, new born babies and many others. Robbie has a passion for health education, he is an author, a clinician for RMIT University’s MPIL mentor program and a corporate health speaker.
Robbie’s Chiropractic journey began after he was in a serious motor vehicle accident and spent 2 years in a rehabilitation program at Epworth hospital. It was through this personal experience of healing and returning to full health that he learned first-hand the amazing potential of the human body and ultimately the positive effects of Chiropractic.
Robbie encourages all people, regardless of age or physical status, to consider Chiropractic care and experience the benefits it may offer. Robbie has particular interest in seeing individuals suffering chronic pain conditions including Fibromyalgia, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue and Headaches.
In 2012 Robbie released a book entitled “The Chiropractic Way To Health,” a self-help book for Chiropractic patients or those interested in learning more about Chiropractic techniques.
When not in practice, Robbie’s other passions is cycling down Beach Road, traveling and spending time with his young family.
Robbie is a member of the CAA (Chiropractors Association of Australia) and is a registered Chiropractor in the state of Victoria under the Chiropractor’s board of Australia.
He is available for consultation Monday to Saturday at both Hawthorn and Pakenham practices.
For appointments call 9882-7135 (Hawthorn) or 5940-4760 (Pakenham)