Rachel Hippolyte

Director & Senior Chiropractor

Rachel graduated from the University of Glamorgan, UK in 2002 and emigrated to Perth In 2007 when she opened Central City Chiropractic. She has also been a registered nurse for 14 years. 


Rachel believes in holistic treatment and uses manual adjusting techniques along with dry needling acupuncture, activator and soft tissue techniques.


She treats a wide range of spinal and extremity conditions and has a special interest in pregnancy and the newborns. Her main aim is to provide high standards of care for clients in warm friendly surrounding.

Callum Harwood

Associate Chiropractor

Callum graduated from Murdoch University in Western Australia. He has a keen interest in sports and treating sports related injuries shown in his work with various soccer teams.


Callum is highly competent in treating a wide variety of spinal and peripheral complaints and specialises in treating neck pain and headaches. He believes in using the best available evidence to tailor treatments to the patients individual needs ensuring maximum results.


He believes in using an extensive range of techniques including manual adjusting as well as soft tissue release, dry needling, graston and sports taping. Callum is passionate and committed to providing a high standard of care to all his patients by continually seeking out the most up to date techniques keeping him at the forefront of chiropractic care.




Chris Dodd

Director & Senior Physiotherapist
B.App.Sci. (Human Movement), Bachelor of Physiotherapy (2005)

Chris graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2001 with a degree in Human Movement. Due to an extensive sporting history and interest in working with athletes he subsequently completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2005 at Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW.


Following completion of his studies he relocated to Perth and spent 2 years working for the defence force at HMAS Stirling treating a variety of Navy personnel. His main interests are the treatment of postural and sports related musculoskeletal disorders. 


Since 2008 he has worked in private practice in Perth city and provided physiotherapy to a number of professional and community sporting teams. He is trained in the McKenzie method, dry needling and is a level 4 clinical Pilates instructor.



Chalisa 'Lily' Innthep

Remedial Massage Therapist 

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Lily will be completing her diploma of Remedial Massage at North Metro TAFE in 2019. She is also currently studying her final year in Exercise Sports Science & Rehabilitation at Curtin University.


Lily has always been fascinated about the human body and how it functions. This led her to study remedial massage as she is passionate about helping people to heal themselves.


Lily understands how busy life can be and the impact this has on the body. As a therapist she aims to help relieve pain, assist in healing injuries, improve circulation around the body, relieve stress, increase relaxation and aid in the general wellness of her clients.


She values a working partnership with each client to help formulate a treatment plan suitable for the individual to address their specific needs. Lily believes that educating her clients is one of the best ways to create awareness, teach her clients what is happening in their body and then sustain their wellness with self-care techniques.


Lily works to manipulate and release the muscles and other soft tissues of the body with the aim of restoring the optimal function that the body needs and deserves.


Lily is eligible for most private health rebates.



Renee Cappleman

Office Manager

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