- Bachelor of Health Sciences (University of Adelaide)
- Masters of Science, Chiropractic (Paediatrics) through the University of Wales, UK
- Master of Chiropractic (Macquarie University)
Sarah Whyatt has a special interest, qualifications and expertise in paediatrics and pregnancy care. Sarah completed her thesis on plagiocephaly (asymmetric head shape in infants) and has a particular interest in the management of this condition.
Sarah has 14 years of clinical experience and expertise in paediatrics and pregnancy care and has worked in three states throughout urban and rural Australia.
Sarah has taught chiropractic technique at Macquarie University, Sydney, delivered lectures in NeuroImpulse Technique to chiropractors from all over Australia, written a chapter of a textbook on chiropractic paediatrics and undertaken volunteer chiropractic work in India, treating paediatric patients in remote areas and teaching spinal care to hospital staff and community workers.
Sarah is registered with the Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Chiropractic Board of Australia) and is a member of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia.