Meet Dr Helen Leeks (Chiropractor)

(B.Sc. B.App Science (Chiro). Dip Teach)


For over 20 years Dr Leeks has been serving patients throughout Australia. A 1993 graduate of RMIT in Melbourne, Dr Leeks specialises in providing expert chiropractic care using gentle and effective chiropractic therapy.

Dr Leeks has studied a broad range of chiropractic techniques and is also a kinesiologist, a nutritionalist and craniopath. She has also served as a clinician at Murdoch University training future chiropractors.

Providing Care for a Variety of Conditions

The two primary techniques that Dr Leeks uses are Applied Kinesiology (A.K.) and Sacro-Occipital Technique (S.O.T.). Both techniques allow Dr Leeks to work with her patients to achieve the best results in the shortest time possible.

SOT is a natural and gentle method of restoring normal function and movement to all joints of the body. It is especially helpful in alleviating chronic low back and neck issues.

AK is an excellent diagnostic technique used to identify underlying nutritional and structural issues which may lead to pain in both joints and soft tissue. Dr Leeks uses AK to identify problems in the mobility of all of the joints of the body, not just the spine.

Dr Leeks has also completed Chirodontic training. Chirodontics is designed to assist chiropractors who work with dentists to achieve structural stability for the jaw (TMJ) joints. This can be especially helpful for patients who suffer from symptoms related to extensive dental work. This includes headache, migraine and facial pain and numbness.

Dr Leeks enjoys helping patients with a wide range of problems. She especially enjoys helping patients who have frustrated all other options and have suffered with a chronic, longer term condition. Her approach aims to both the correction of problems and long term stability to prevent reoccurrences.

Some of the conditions that Dr Leeks sees at her clinic include:

  • Joint aches and pains
  • Backache and spinal pain
  • Headache and migraine
  • Jaw tightness and pain (TMJ)
  • Sports injuries
  • Sciatica

Dr Leeks looks forward to welcoming you at your next visit.