Dr Stacey Leong
Stacey attained Dux of her graduating year and was also awarded the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia (WA) Ltd Prize for Academic Excellence, and the Nexus Wealth Prize in Professional Practice Management.
In addition, she received the Vice Chancellor’s Commendation for Academic Excellence at Murdoch University from 2004 through to 2007.
With an interest in family wellness, Stacey supports a natural approach to healthcare. She sees patients from all age groups, from babies through to the elderly, as well as pregnant women.
Stacey encourages patients to have a proactive role, and to consider a conservative and drug-free approach to their healthcare where possible.
The positive result Stacey personally experienced from chiropractic care as a young child has made a difference to her whole life.
As a teenager she did years of intensive ballet training. Chiropractic was a very important aspect of her health and fitness regime making it possible to be at her best.
It made such a positive difference that Stacey decided to change her career path to become a chiropractor, as she also wanted to help other people achieve and maintain optimal health and wellbeing.
Stacey uses a variety of chiropractic techniques which may be applied with her hands or with the use of an instrument or specialised table.
She is able to perform gentle methods which suit many patients. Stacey is committed to professional development by attending courses and seminars on a regular basis.
In fact, one of the reasons why she moved to Canberra was to have more opportunities for learning.
Stacey served as Secretary and as a non-executive board member for the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia (now Australian Chiropractors Association) ACT from 2014 to 2018.
She also has an interest in health policy and governance and is currently completing postgraduate studies in these areas.
Stacey still has a keen interest in dance. Prior to relocating to Canberra, she taught ballet part-time. She also enjoys yoga and finds the strengthening, stretching and relaxation aspects very beneficial for her health.
Stacey trained to become a yoga teacher in 2017.
Chiropractic can help with many health concerns. Please contact Canberra Spine Centre on (02) 6257 9400 to book an appointment.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Stacey at the practice.
She looks forward to meeting you soon and working with you towards increased comfort and improved quality of life.
Tuesday: 02:00pm – 06:00pm
Wednesday: 07:30am – 12:30pm
Friday: 02:00pm – 06:00pm