John studied at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) graduating in 1965. He began his own practice in Canada where he worked for 4 years before moving to Australia in 1969. He worked in both Sydney and Brisbane before moving to Rockhampton with his family in 1986. He took over The Rockhampton Chiropractic Clinic and has been here ever since. John has the benefit of many years of experience in practice and keeps himself up to date by attending professional development conferences every year. John enjoys running on the beach, swimming in the ocean and boating with his family.
Bradley Ferries is originally from a small city in the Great Lakes area of Southern Ontario, Canada. Growing up playing many sports including hockey, grid iron, basketball and weightlifting, Brad was under chiropractic care from an early age.
Brad is a 1987 graduate of the University of Guelph, Canada with a B.A., and in 1994 he graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in St Louis, Missouri USA, with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. He was fortunate to learn from inspiring and well respected chiropractors. He learnt a diverse range of chiropractic adjusting procedures and to focus on the whole person. This includes not only chiropractic, but nutrition, exercise, stress reduction and other core principles for whole person health.
Brad is married to his wife Linda and together they have a healthy, active teenage son Mackie who has had chiropractic care since birth. Brad is a golf enthusiast who has had a passion for health, chiropractic and nutrition from an early age. This has shaped his life and feels everyone should have a life full of energy doing the things they love to do.
Jocelyn graduated from Royal Melbourne Institue of Technology (RMIT) University in Melbourne with a Masters Degree in Clinical chiropractic in 2007. She then worked in two clinics concurrently. One in inner city Hawthorn, and the other in the country town of Yarra Junction in the Yarra Valley.
She relocated to Brisbane in 2010 and began working in a multidisciplinary clinic in Springwood. Here she enjoyed working closely with other health professionals and formed a great working relationship with a local midwife. This, and the fact that she had a young baby herself, sparked a special interest in the benefits of chiropractic care during pregnancy and early childhood. Jocelyn moved to Rockhampton to join Rockhampton Chiropractic Clinic in 2012.
Jocelyn spends time out of the practice running after her 2 young boys and creating a semi-self-sustainable garden.