The tension, tone and shape of your spine reflects the tension, tone and shape of your life.

Dr. Meagan Hockin

BSc. Chiropractic, BSc. Anatomy, Physiology

Dr. Meagan completed her first Science degree in 2009, majoring in Physiology and Anatomy. This was a great base knowledge for studying Chiropractic at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, graduating in 2012.

She has since practiced in Melbourne and New Zealand, working with people of all ages from newborns and toddlers to the elderly. Dr. Meagan attends regular NSA seminars and assists with teaching students and Chiropractors in Melbourne.

Dr. Meagan is dedicated to creating space for change in people’s spines and their lives. She’s committed to making each person feel valued, heard and acknowledged in her work.

When not in practice, she enjoys spending time with her family, yoga and footy.

Linda Nguyen

B Sc. BApp Sci(Clin Sci). BApp Sci (Chiro)

Whilst studying chiropractic, Linda felt empowered to help others and to be a part of achieving their health and wellness goals. After receiving Network Spinal care she felt physically, emotionally and mentally healthier, as well as focused, and truly inspired. Linda has since undergone NS training and understands the ability of this work to release tension, bring strength and flexibility to the body, and allow the body to reorganise and self-heal.

"I feel very blessed and grateful to take care of this community. It's so inspiring to watch someone heal, transform, and take on life's possibilities!"

Dr Linda will be taking care of you while Dr. Meagan is on maternity leave.

Dr Linda is practicing on the following days:

  • Monday 9am-12pm
  • Tuesday 9am -12pm 3pm – 7pm
  • Thursday 3pm – 7pm

Network Care —

Network Spinal Analysis (NSA)

NSA is an evidence-based, holistic approach to your body’s optimal health, self-awareness and adaptability.

NSA includes light contacts along your spine. These contacts initiate the release of tension within the connective tissue / fascia without cracking or crunching your spine.

By releasing tension, you gain flexibility in your spine and nervous system, increasing your ability to respond and adapt to stress more effectively, on a physical, chemical, emotional and mental level.