Dr. Danielle TriandafilidisJan 29, 2021
Dr Danielle graduated with a double bachelor’s degree in both Health and Applied Science majoring in Chiropractic from RMIT University in Melbourne.
Growing up, Danielle was always fascinated with the human body and how it functioned. It wasn’t until she started suffering from quite debilitating headaches in her late adolescent years that she crossed paths with a Chiropractic.
What fascinated Danielle about her early encounters with Chiropractic was not only the results she saw, but how differently she was examined and treated compared to other practitioners she had seen in the past.
This encounter is what paved the way for Danielle to go on to study Chiropractic for 5 years at RMIT University in Melbourne and she loved every minute of it. She fell in love with Chiropractic and its holistic approach to treating patients.
Danielle has been fortunate enough to practice in Bundoora where she treated a variety of different people from all walks of life prior to joining the Wellbeing team. She has exercised a wide range of skills in relation to both manual and low-force techniques depending on the needs of her patients.
Danielle has also spent time working with a local Indigenous football club in Thornbury. Here she enjoyed assisting both young and mature age athletes in reaching their functional goals through both hands-on treatment and tailored rehabilitation programs.
In her spare time, Danielle loves to go camping and fishing with her friends and family. She also loves taking her dog out for evening walks at the dog beach and if its hot enough, heading out on the bay for some stand up paddle boarding.
Danielle is registered with Australian Chiropractors Association (ACA) and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Danielle is available for consultations in Tarneit on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.