The Chiropractic Philanthropist with Dr. Ed Osburn
The Chiropractic Philanthropist with Dr. Ed Osburn
371: Dr. Ali Young | Owning Your Value Systems | Reconnecting with Self

Dr Ali Young is a Chiropractor with over 17 years experience. She graduated from RMIT University in 2002, and whet her appetite of principled chiropractic work in Perth, Western Australia. She moved from an associate position after 3 years, to owning her own practice with her best mate and colleague, Dr Olivia Gleeson in Palmyra, Western Australia, where she practiced for 8 years. In this time she completed her Masters in Chiropractic Paediatrics through the McTimoney College of Chiropractic, and also sat on the WA branch of CAA (now the Australian Chiropractors Association), and WA Registration Board (until merging with AHPRA). She began to present on working with children as a chiropractor during this time, and has always had a passion to give back to the profession.

Dr Ali moved to Malaysia with her husband and a newborn in 2012, and then spent extensive time travelling for her husbands work, basing themselves in Malaysia and South Korea, with a little stopover in QLD.  During this time, they had another child, and she also began to really FEEL the movement of mothering taking over. Having seen many mums over the years with their struggles, and then the reality of it when she reopened her benchmark practice in Gladstone QLD, Innate Chiropractic, she feels it is time to really work together to support our mums.

Dr Ali still loves teaching Chiropractors about working with kids, as well as learning from the emerging leaders in her profession. But she also loves to open up lines of conversations about the true realities of motherhood, and how they can shape us, how we can shape them, and how the expectation dense society we are currently living in is somewhat taking over elements of our intuitive mothering journey.

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