Marg Peck – Gentle Chiropactor

Marg’s journey into chiropractic started at age 13 after numerous horse riding falls and a serious back injury. Chiropractic provided much needed relief and the start of a life long enquiry.

Marg commenced her chiropractic studies in 1982 at RMIT Melbourne and completed her final year in England at the Anglo European chiropractic college and the British School of Osteopathy in London. Her studies continued with a grad dip in dance and movement, craniosacral therapy, Bowen Technique, Alexander Technique, paediatric chiropractic and movement and learning studies. In recent years she has been exploring network chiropractic, including somato-respiratory integration and reorganisational healing.

“My work starts from looking at the whole person. It goes deeper than treating symptoms or discomfort. Holistic health care is about helping people achieve greater states of health, wellbeing and awareness.

“My sessions are dynamic and individual. I work with the whole person and draw on my 26 years of practice experience and my 26 years of continuous postgraduate study.

“There is no greater joy than to work with a new born baby and watch the a shift from distress and discomfort to ease, to work with children and watch their eyes light up and the brain discover new pathways and options, or to work with adults or the elderly and discover greater ease and comfort.”

Marg’s passion for her work comes from her calling to be of service and assist others to realise their greatest potential for health, wellbeing and wholeness of life.

Articles by Marg

Disruptive…or a Right-Brain Learner? Marg reports on her visit to an educational centre in Bendigo dedicated to helping children who struggle at school. Are these “difficult” children, or is it that their schooling needs to present information and learning experiences differently?

Gardening and Well-Being Looking after your health can be like tending a garden. You feed your garden the best food, weed it, and stake your plants. You wouldn’t pour toxic wastes from the local dump on your soil and you wouldn’t hold wild neighbourhood parties on your garden beds – and you shouldn’t do those things to your health either.

Bachelor Applied Science, Chiropractic, RMIT University
Graduate Diploma Dance and Movement, Melbourne University
Certificate of Movement and Learning
Certificate of Craniofascial Therapy
Registered chiropractor and Member of the Australian Chiropractors Association