Dr. Kevin Ivins

Chiropractor

Dip. Ed, BSc, MChiropractic, ICSSD

​​Kevin attended the Australian Catholic University and received a Diploma of Education and a Bachelor of Science and Master of Chiropractic degree from Macquarie University. After four years as a PhD candidate in Neuroscience investigating The Convergence Pattern Of Afferents from Facet joints at T1 to T4, the Pericardium and the Myocardium in the rat Kevin undertook a sabbatical in order to complete a Diploma of International Chiropractic Sports Science from the Federation Internationale de Chiropratique de Sport in conjunction with Acupuncture at the Australian Medical Acupuncture Training Centre. This has enabled him to be registered with the International Olympic Committee to provide care for elite athletes. 

He is a licenced Radiographer in Spinal and Extremities and is qualified in Venepuncture and Drug and Alcohol Detection. 
Dr. Ivins has held a position at Macquarie University, Centre for Chiropractic where he worked as a Lecturer, Clinic Supervisor and Clinical Competency Board Examiner.
Dr. Ivins currently works in private practice providing effective, non-surgical relief for both minor and complex problems. His approach is to find the underlying cause of a presenting condition via analysis of all available medical information and a careful assessment of functional and structural abnormalities. Having achieved this a program of therapy can be designed and implemented to successfully manage a range of disorders to suit each individual given the scope of Chiropractic care.

Dr. Ivins is a registered Healthcare Provider with the Australian Government My Health Record Scheme.
During Dr. Ivins’ career he has had the privilege to receive mentorship and friendship from the late Professor Keith Kancross and Dr. Ronald Flint who provided him with the foundations that still to this day influence the way Dr. Ivins provides treatment.

"It is of absolute necessity for any health professional to fully understand the complexity of a presenting patient's condition and therefore realise how their chosen modality of treatment can affect the outcomes of such conditions without causing harm to the patient. The practitioner in my humble opinion requires to subjugate their ego and serve the patient with integrity, compassion and provide realistic outcomes for the chosen treatment protocol."​

Professor Ray Hayek 

BSc (Hons:1),MChiropractic, PhD, FICC, FACC, Cert, HEd, Mgt

Professor Hayek graduated with a Bachelor of Anatomy with Honors division 1 in Anatomy from University of New South Wales, Masters of Chiropractic and PhD in neuroscience from Macquarie University. He also holds a Certificate in Higher Education Management from Macquarie University and is a Fellow of the International College of Chiropractic and a Founding Fellow of the Australian College of Chiropractic.

Professor Hayek has been involved in higher education in various capacities over the last 26-years. He has held many teaching and leadership roles including, lecturing in health and medical sciences like, Anatomy, Research Methodology, Clinical Epidemiology, Differential Diagnosis and Clinical Neurology. He was the Director of Research, Assistant Head of the Department of Health and Chiropractic and Director of the Centre for Chiropractic at Macquarie University.

Professor Hayek served for many years on a range of professional and University academic boards including: Executive Member of the Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia and Member of their Accreditation Committee, Governor on the Board of the Australian Spinal Research Foundation, Macquarie University’s Academic Senate, Foundation Chair of the Consortium of Chiropractic Institutions Australasia, Vice President and Chair of the Research Committee of the Australian Spinal Research Foundation.​

Professor Hayek is actively involved in clinical and basic research initiatives, which include: Spinal cord injury and rehabilitation, spinal pain relay mechanisms and the neurological and physiological impact of musculoskeletal management protocols. He has published over 180 scientific and professional papers and is a frequent speaker at local and international scientific and professional conferences. He was the recipient of the 2007 University Invention Disclosure Prize for developing a Spinal Cord Injury Electrical Stimulation Model and the 2005 recipient of the Innovation and Commercialization Award for Telemedicine at Macquarie University.