Dr Tressa Fuss is a family health chiropractor based in Kelvin Grove, Brisbane. She is the owner of the practice and has more than fifteen years of experience helping people to achieve wellness. Tressa completed a three year undergraduate Bachelor of Applied Science (Complementary Medicine, Chiropractic) in 2007 and a two year Masters in Clinical Chiropractic postgraduate program at RMIT University in 2009. That year, she was also given the honour of winning the Chiropractic Victorian Registration Board Clinical Excellence Award. She is extremely passionate about her work and has a philosophy based on education. She strives not only to help you within the clinic with chiropractic care, but also to help you isolate the things in your life which has put your body into its current condition. To learn what you can change and what your body needs to hold the improvements you achieve together. She focuses on active chiropractic care which means giving you information and power to change things yourself at home, at work, in your lifestyle and exercise. Education is a core component of Dr Tressa’s practice. She teaches exercise, posture and ergonomic techniques specific to each person, encouraging and helping patients to take control of their own health and well-being.
Tressa was born in the country and loves enjoying the outdoors with her family, where she wakeboards, fishes, scuba dives and loves yoga and pilates. She is a mother of two, a ten year old son and seven year old daughter, who keep her very busy and bring her an abundance of joy. After a long history of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome as a teen and in her early twenties, health, strength and wellbeing are a priority for her that she enjoys sharing with her family, friends and chiropractic patients. She became a chiropractor to help people with the gentle natural chiropractic care that was helpful in bringing her the vitality she now has.
Chiropractic Techniques that Dr Tressa Fuss uses include:
- Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT)
- Manual or Diversified Adjustments
- Activator Methods
- Webster Technique for pelvic balancing
- Applied Kinesiology (AK)
- Drop-Piece or Thompson Technique
- Cranial Therapy
- Soft Tissue Therapy (muscles, fascia and ligaments)