Dr James K Jevons – CHIROPRACTOR

James is the Director and Principal Chiropractor at Spine Institute.

From an early age James knew he wanted to become a Chiropractor. Years of competing nationally and internationally as an amateur and now professional boxer fuelled his passion for health, fitness and ways in which the human body can be made to perform better. Following countless hours of research and observations into the different professions (Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, and Massage Therapy to name a few) James finally decided on Chiropractic.

James started his chiropractic journey when he was accepted to study the evidence based programe at the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic where he graduated with a ‘Master of Chiropractic’.

After university, James moved from the Welsh Valleys and worked in several practices in the UK before moving to New Zealand where he was a Director of a successful chiropractic clinic at the top of the North Island. Several years later James decided to follow the sunshine and moved to Australia where he has been ever since.

As part of his continued professional development, James has completed numerous seminars, courses and events to further his knowledge and aid with the successful treatment and management of his patients who range from new born babies to professional athletes.

James is passionate about his job and getting his patients better, which is why you can count on him to go the extra mile and to do everything in his power to help you.

If you would like to talk to or have a meet with James to discuss any concerns you may have, he would be more than happy to help… so call or drop in today.




In 2009 Nathan had a life changing event that first got him interested in the healthcare industry.

Since then he wanted more from life than the typical run of the mill 9-5 job and turned to natural therapies to fulfil a passion for helping people. Nathan commenced studies in Shiatsu and Oriental Therapies with the Australian Institute of applied Science and graduated with the ‘Excellence award’ in manual therapies.

Shiatsu is a form of Japanese massage than involves the use of applied pressure, assisted stretching and manipulation of muscles to allow the body to reach its full potential.

Nathan also has qualifications in Reiki (level 4) and lymphatic drainage.

Helping people is Nathans passion. He is driven to provide superior healthcare to his patients whilst working within the best practices of his field of study. Nathan ensures best practice through continual training and ongoing education to perfect his skills and enable him to give his patients the best care possible.

If you would like to talk or have a meet with Nathan to see if he can help you to regain a healthier and happier life with less pain he would be more than happy to help… so call or drop in today.




Zoe has always had a keen interest in massage from an early age from her involvement in sport. After working in hospitality and a period at university, a career in massage therapy only made sense as it combines her compassionate nature and urge to care for others with her strong interest in the human anatomy and how to look after our bodies.

She completed her Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2010 at the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences and has since worked alongside Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Chiropractors and Naturopaths. Collaborating with other health professionals has given Zoe a wide variety of experience and knowledge about functional anatomy, enabling her to be adaptable with each treatment. Along with deep tissue, sports and remedial massage Zoe has also completed training in Dry Needling Therapy.

Returning to Australia in 2016 from two years working abroad in Canada has left Zoe more enthusiastic than ever to improve the health and well-being of others. Zoe is always looking to further develop her massage skills and continue to expand her knowledge to enable her to provide the most up to date treatment for her patients.

Being a keen Beach Volleyball player and sports person, Zoe understand the importance of maintaining functionality, strength and flexibility. As well as being an important priority for high performance athletes she also believes these are important for all people and can help provide a great quality of life.

If you would like to talk to or have a meet with Zoe to discuss any concerns you may have, she would be more than happy to help… so call or drop in today.