Chiropractors use specific techniques to treat areas of dysfunction within the nervous and musculoskeletal systems of the body. Removing these areas of dysfunction allows natural healing to begin. They are also trained in modifying their treatments to suit the age and presenting condition of a patient. Chiropractors often prescribe exercise and nutrition advice to further support healing.

Our Chiropractic Technique

Here at Ohana, we have a focus on gentle “low force” techniques to restore normal function within the body. Our practitioners are self described nerds that thrive on research as well as attending conferences and seminars to continually update their skill and knowledge base. We enjoy collaborating with other professions to attain the best possible health outcomes for our patients.

The techniques that the Ohana chiropractor team use are Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT), Activator, gentle manual adjustments, drop piece table, Blocks, Retained Primitive/Neonatal Reflexes and ABC Technique.

The team all follow the SD Protocol and Dr Jolene is a SD Protocol Regisitered Practitioner.

The Ohana Chiropractic Team

Dr Jolene Cooney - North Lakes Chiropractor

Dr Jolene Cooney

BSc (Anatomy), M.Chiro 

Jolene has a keen interest in paediatric chiropractic care
and she has spent the better part of the last 16 years updating her skills in pregnancy and paediatric neuromusculoskeletal conditions and treatment options.

Her treatments utilise low force techniques and the whole body is always assessed (toes to nose) to find the key problem area.

Dr Bronwyn Miller

BSc (Chiro), M.ClinChiro, BNurs

Bron started her medical career as a registered nurse. Since graduating in Chiropractic she has dedicated her time to mastering low force techniques, pregnancy and paediatric conditions and treatment options. She loves up-skilling, learning and attending conferences so she can provide the best possible care for her patients.

Dr Bron is on maternity leave until late 2024. 

Dr Harry Camerlengo

BSc (Chiro), M.Chiro

Dr Harry graduated from Central Queensland University in Brisbane with a Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic) and a Master of Clinical Chiropractic. 

Harry’s love for chiropractic stems from years of personally experiencing the benefits of healthcare that chiropractic offers. He was an avid tennis player during his formative years and credits chiropractic care for maintaining his performance on the court.

Dr Leticia Lotin

BSc (Chiro), M.Chiro

Seeking to expand her knowledge and embrace a healthier lifestyle, Leticia made the life-changing decision to move to Australia in 2015. Here, amidst the captivating beauty of this country, she not only discovered a better quality of life but also found invaluable opportunities to deepen her understanding of chiropractic care.
She takes a holistic approach, considering all aspects of health.  Leticia strongly believes in the importance of exercise as a fundamental component of overall well-being, tailored to each individual’s specific needs. Through personalized care, she strives to uncover and address the root causes of health issues, empowering all patients to live their best lives. 

Every Body and Chiropractic

There is no age barriers when it comes to chiropractic care. At Ohana we have patients who are days old to recently celebrating a 100 year birthday with another.

Babies, Children and Chiropractic

Chiropractic care may help sleep issues, feeding problems and a range of issues hindering your child’s development. Chat to the team to see if a chiropractic consultation may be beneficial.

Ohana chiropractors use specific low force techniques to help balance your body so you feel better during your pregnancy journey.

What is chiropractic?

The word Chiropractic comes from the Greek words cheir and praktios meaning “Done by hand”.

Chiropractic is a healthcare modality that is focused on the diagnosis, management and prevention of neuronmusculoskeletal (nerves, muscles and bones) conditions. Australian chiropractors attend a minimum of 5 years at university (bachelor and masters degrees) where they study anatomy, physiology, neurology, radiology, rehabilitation and nutrition. Once meeting the requirements, they are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and like all other AHPRA registered professions (GPs, physiotherapists, dentists, nurses etc) are committed to continual professional development every year.