McLindons set backs straight in Kyabram
KYABRAMITES are standing a little straighter since Murray River Chiropractic set up shop in town.
Throwing open the doors of Dr Tisdall’s old rooms three months ago, chiropractor Matthew McLindon and wife Kate said they have been honoured by the warm welcome they’ve received.
‘‘The local community seems happy we’re visiting,’’ Dr McLindon said.
‘‘Patients who used to see me in Echuca are glad we’re more accessible — plus we have plenty of new patients as well.’’
Dr McLindon doesn’t like to lone wolf it, though — he has worked to build relationships with other medical professionals around including general practitioners, masseurs and other allied health practitioners.
‘‘If we network with other professionals, we can offer better services to our customers,’’ he said.
‘‘Plus it’s great to have an extra pair of chiropractic eyes in town to add to the already excellent services here.’’
Dr McLindon encouraged anyone with chiropractic concerns — whether it’s spinal complaints and sporting injuries or lower back pain and headaches — to drop in for an assessment.
‘‘If we can help you, we will. If not, we will refer you to someone who can,’’ he said.
The clinic is available to take TAC, DVA and EPC referrals.
Murray River Chiropractic is open every Thursday from 9am to 6pm, located on 178C Allan St.
To ask a question or make a booking, call 5853 2556. Calls will be redirected to the Echuca clinic if outside Kyabram office hours.
No referrals necessary.
Dr Matthew McLindon (right) and Kate McLindon's satellite chiropractic clinic in Kyabram is thriving.