Dr Jennifer Rose, BSc, DC, DACCPClinic Director, Doctor of Chiropractic
“The best part of my job is that while providing high quality chiropractic services, I get to share in the lives of families. I have a genuine love in caring for babies and children, mums to be.” – Dr. Jennifer Rose
Dr. Rose was born and raised in Calgary Alberta, Canada. After graduating from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2002, she left her cowboy boots at home and took off on an adventure to a land down under. After three years working in Adelaide, two of them as an associate at the Ingle Farm practice, her roots pulled her back to Canada. Upon her return, she discovered that Canadian winters are really cold and really long. In April 2007 Jennifer returned to beautiful Adelaide to purchase the Ingle Farm clinic renaming it Quest Chiropractic. In 2017, she left Quest Chiropractic and opened her new multidisciplinary practice Evolve Chiropractic and Wellbeing in Walkley Heights.
It’s been said that only 13 percent of people worldwide actually like going to work. Dr Jennifer counts herself among the rare lucky few who can say they love their job. Since her graduation she has focused her continuing education mainly on paediatric and antenatal chiropractic. Her ability to incorporate various techniques in a gentle caring manner in combination with her energetic and positive personality has earned her an outstanding reputation in the community.
Dr. Rose is one of the practitioners trained to administer the Low Level Laser Therapy offered at the clinic.
Dr Michael Clarke, BSc(Neuro), BChiroDoctor of Chiropractic
Canadian born, Dr Michael Clarke is a graduate from the New Zealand College of Chiropractic (NZCC), now calling Adelaide home.
He is passionate about helping those around him live out the best version of themselves through chiropractic (or find their moxie), willing and eager to see everyone ages 3 -103 experience higher health. Dr Michael has been ardently pursuing a career in chiropractic since he was 11 years old, leading his to study neuroscience at the University of Lethbridge before moving to New Zealand for his chiropractic studies; he is delighted to have now joined the profession.
During his chiropractic training, Dr Michael served as President and Officer of Finance for the student’s association, held a seat on the student council, and was an active member of the World Congress of Chiropractic Students (WCCS). In 2015, Dr Michael was a top finalist in a chiropractic speaking competition, presenting in New Zealand, Australia, and at the grand final in San Francisco, USA. He is the 2015 recipient of the International Student of the Year Award and Valedictorian for his convocation in 2017. He has an interest in the neurological effects of chiropractic care.
Outside of practice, Dr Michael enjoys public speaking, fencing, and hosting games of Dungeons & Dragons online. He is a published poet and longstanding musician, now spending his downtime learning to draw.
Dr. Amy Herreen, BSc, Masters of ChiropracticDoctor of Chiropractic
Originally from Adelaide, Dr Amy graduated from her Masters in Chiropractic in 2005, secondary to her Health Science degree. She is a qualified fitness instructor, strength and conditioning coach and has completed her ICSC (a post-grad diploma in Sports Chiropractic). She also has post-graduate qualifications in pregnancy and paediatrics, musculoskeletal acupuncture (dry needling) and kinesio-taping. She has a long sporting background, having played Tennis, netball and competition Aerobics at both state and nationals. She is also a mother of 2 young and very energetic children (4 y/o and 14 y/o).
Dr Amy Herreen learned very quickly about the benefits of chiropractic care and how it helped to improve her performance, recovery and overall health during hard training in sport, competitions and the hardest of all – pregnancy and recovery from having children! Over the last 16 years, Dr Amy has practiced as an associate chiropractor, a locum and run her own practice for 11yrs, giving her a unique opportunity to work with and learn from many different health professionals.
Over her career Dr Amy has worked alongside AFL footballers, SASI athletes, triathletes, world class golfers and had the luxury of running and operating a clinic within a gym of MMA fighters, cross-fitters and Olympic lifters. She has even worked at world games such as the world lifesaving. On the odd occasion, Dr Amy has worked backstage on high profile bands/performers and their crew. She has developed a keen interest in both sports chiropractic, as well as pregnancy and paediatric-based chiropractic.
Dr Amy is very passionate about natural health, fitness and overall wellness. She exercises in her home studio daily and often can be found treating at sporting events. She likes to keep updated on the latest sports injury treatment and recovery, training loads and general chiropractic research by attending regular seminars, listening to podcasts and reading chiro, physio and sporting publications.
Dr Amy is a member of both the CAA (Chiropractor’s Association of Australia) and executive member of SCA (Sports Chiropractic Australia), participating in regular professional development (through local and national seminars and by keeping updated on the latest research in the field).