Daniel J. Pernet, DC
Daniel is an Australian born chiropractor who graduated from the prestigious 5 year double degree course at RMIT University with a Bachelor of Health Science and a Master of Clinical Chiropractic. He worked in a variety of practices in Australia, gaining experience with families and children, to athletes and the elderly. In the Netherlands, Daniel worked in practices in Delft, Maasdijk and Honselersdijk before settling in Amsterdam. He is passionate about preventative health and wellness, and also has a wealth of knowledge in nutrition and healthy eating. Daniel's mission is to deliver quality chiropractic care to the Amsterdam community and help people take steps in empowering themselves towards happy, healthy lives.
Anna C. Beaton, DC
Anna graduated from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2010 with a Bachelor of Health Science and a Master of Clinical Chiropractic (distinction). Anna has been involved with chiropractic her entire life and has worked in some the most reputable practices throughout Australia. She has dedicated extensive time to post-graduate studies in neurology, maternity and paediatrics in order to provide high quality healthcare to the Amsterdam community. Anna is currently one of the only two chiropractors in the Netherlands to achieve an advanced certification for Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) requiring an established time in practice, extensive examination and clinical skills reflecting neurology and cranial techniques of an international standard. Her focus is family health and well-being for those just a few minutes old all the way up to the elderly.
Bas has a bachelor in Business Economics (HES Amsterdam) and Physiotherapy (Int. Hoge School Thim van der Laan). Bas has been fascinated by movement from an early age. He believes that a wealth of adequate movement is vital for maintaining a healthy body. Bas is an athlete himself, participating in track and field, climbing, and mountain biking, so he understands how horrible it feels when an injury stops us from taking part in sports. His treatments are focused on keeping the client 'on the run'. Bas' specialties are dry neelding and running related injuries.
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Myrte is a certified shiatsu therapist. Graduating in European Studies, she has worked in human resources for various organisations. She has experienced what it means in daily life and work that we are mostly addressed to our "head". She is convinced that body and mind can not be seen separately from each other. Myrte sees it as her mission to achieve more connection between the two through shiatsu therapy. The direction in which she graduated from shiatsu is Zen Shiatsu. This style is characterised by a combination of the centuries-old practice of eastern medicine with insights from western medicine and psychology. Recently Myrte completed a postgraduate education in Tokyo, which she described as a very inspirational course delivered by the son of the founder of Zen Shiatsu.
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Olivia is a clinical and neuropsychologist fluent in French and Dutch who graduated from Paris Descartes University and is registered with NIP (The Dutch Association of Psychologists). From 2014-2016, she worked in Paris as a psychologist at the memory clinic of Hospital Ambroise Paré and at the
Association for Mental Disabilities, Le Colombier.
With her extensive experience in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, Olivia has the necessary communication tools to help someone freely confront their thoughts and experiences while empowering and supporting them. She believes that her client’s commitment is vital to her therapeutic work in helping them understand their limitations and to unravel their personal strengths as an individual.
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All our practicing chiropractors are members of the Dutch Chiropractic Federation (DCF), Stichting Nationaal Register van Chiropractoren (SNRC), International Chiropractor’s Association (ICA), Chiropractor's Association of Australia (CAA), and supporters of the Australian Spinal Research Foundation (ASRF).