Dr Bayden McKenzie


Bayden grew up in country Victoria and moved to Melbourne for tertiary study in 2002. He graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Human Anatomy and Physiology with his research being published in an international peer reviewed journal. He then attended RMIT University where he completed a Bachelor and a Masters degree in Chiropractic.

More recently, Bayden completed a Master of Public Health at the University of Newcastle studying public health, epidemiology and biostatistics.


Bayden believes in improving health naturally. He has over 12 years of clinical experience and areas of interest include low back pain, sports injuries, headaches and sciatica.

Outside of the office Bayden enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, watching AFL football, and playing folk music.


Qualifications & Memberships

Master of Public Health with Distinction

The University of Newcastle 2020

Master of Clinical Chiropractic with Distinction

RMIT University 2008

Bachelor of Applied Science (Comp. Medicine) with Distinction

RMIT University 2006

Bachelor of Science (Anatomy & Physiology)

The University of Melbourne 2005

Member of Chiropractic Australia

Member of the Australian Chiropractors Association

Associate Member of the ANZMUSC Clinical Trials Network

Registered chiropractor with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)

Matt Voyles

Myotherapist & Remedial Massage Therapist

Matt comes to myotherapy & remedial massage from a science research background. Originally from New Zealand, he moved to Melbourne to pursue his interest in soft tissue therapy, first training in remedial massage and then myotherapy.


Matt has a huge passion for fitness, health and wellness. He participates in Pilates and functional strength training classes and enjoys working with active people. He has 5-years of clinical experience in varied allied health clinics. Matt has a particular interest in using a blended approach to the management of muscular pain, postural tension and RSI injuries through myotherapy and remedial massage techniques. He is able to provide advice on corrective exercises for soft tissue injuries, rehabilitation, and core stability.

Outside of work hours Matt enjoys keeping fit, exploring the Sunday markets and bush-walking.


Qualifications & Memberships

Advanced Diploma (Myotherapy)

Melbourne Institute of Myotherapy 2014

Diploma Remedial Massage

Melbourne Institute of Myotherapy 2013


Master of Science (Biochemistry)

University of Otago (NZ) 2006

Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry)

University of Otago (NZ) 2003

Member of Massage & Myotherapy Australia

Recognised ancillary provider with all health funds in Australia

Sam Knott

Remedial Massage Therapist

A remedial massage therapist with a background in strength and conditioning, Sam has dedicated himself to learning the science of improving performance and health through a combination of strength training and soft tissue massage.

Originally from the Gold Coast, QLD, Sam has operated a strength and conditioning business, training members of the public and athletes to achieve an optimum standard of health and performance.

Since moving to Melbourne, he completed a Diploma in Remedial Massage, achieving academic and practical excellence in his class, and has since been providing remedial massage treatments in a clinical setting throughout Melbourne, including elite sporting teams.

Sam has a great passion for helping people reduce their pain. His treatments aim to leave to feeling limber, revitalised and relaxed.


Qualifications & Memberships

Diploma Remedial Massage

Melbourne Chiropractor Carlton
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