Ohana Chiropractic & Wellbeing is a family of like minded, skilled, smart and friendly natural health professionals. Together we are a work family who is dedicating our professional lives to helping your family have infinite health and happiness.
Jolene Cooney is a passionate chiropractor, avid reader and researcher, continually curious and constantly in wonder and awe of how amazing the human body is. A self proclaimed nerd, Jolene is a regular at conferences and seminars always updating her knowledge especially in the field of paediatrics, neurology and nutrition.
Jolene’s journey into Chiropractic started with her Aunt, she was and still is an amazing chiropractor. Through her Aunt’s care and later working as a receptionist at her practice, Jolene knew she wanted to be just like her. From high school it was straight to the University of Queensland to complete Jolene’s Bachelor in Science majoring in Anatomy and Physiology.
From there Jolene moved to Sydney to complete her Masters in Chiropractic. Upon graduating she worked at Chiro Care for Kids in Sydney for 2 1/2 years working closely with a mentor to up skill in her chosen field of interest, paediatrics. In 2006 Jolene moved back to her home town of Brisbane and eventually settled in North Lakes.
Jolene’s other great loves are her family and travel. She is happily married to her high school sweet heart and they have two kids (her greatest teachers), and one fur baby (just to keep life more interesting and chaotic) together.
Bronwyn (Bron) Miller began her chiropractic journey in high school when she started regular chiropractic treatment and went on to become a chiropractic assistant at the clinic. It was here that she was exposed to the wide range of benefits that chiropractic can bring to people of all ages.
Bron then went on to become a registered nurse, working in both private and public hospitals, she settled into both emergency and oncology care. During this time she thought there had to be more to health care than hospitals and she made the decision to move to Melbourne and study at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, graduating with a Bachelor Health Science (Chiropractic) and a Masters of Clinical Chiropractic.
Outside of the clinic, Bron loves to visit the beach and markets and she is a proud dog mum to Harold.
Tiarna loves working with people of all ages and walks of life, and has a special interest in women’s health and paediatrics.
She implements a combination of gentle manual adjustments, low force techniques, exercise prescription and patient education into her treatments so she can best help her patients achieve their health goals and functioning at their best.
Tiarna has a passion for learning and is always up-skilling and improving her knowledge on neuromusculoskeletal conditions and treatment options.
Trudy - Director of First Impressions
Trudy loves to take care of people from the moment they walk through the door at Ohana. Just call her the Director of First Impressions!
She started her CA (Chiropractic Assistant) journey in Melbourne where she enjoyed working for two chiropractors and an osteopath.
Trudy’s husband’s work commitments brought her to Brisbane where they have now lived for over 15 years. After working for 7 years as a CA in Brisbane she decided a change was in order. Trudy bloomed in a new career in floristry and owned her own business.
After a time, the wellbeing field called her back and she began working in reception at a natural therapies clinic before joining the Ohana team.
Trudy has two amazing adult children who are the light of her life, not to mention Cooper, her very cute fur grandchild.
Heleen - Welcoming Committee
Heleen joined the Ohana Chiropractic team in May 2021. Originally from South Africa, Heleen now calls North Lakes home with her husband and two daughters.
With many years experience as a Chiropractic Assistant under her belt, Heleen enjoys the rainbow of personalities and people that come into clinic.
On her weekends Heleen loves to get outside and be active with her family. She enjoys a good run with the kids following along on their scooters.