Iris uses a variety of techniques including; manual therapy, muscle release techniques, dry needling, shockwave therapy, taping (rigid and dynamic tapes), DNS and rehabilitation in her treatment plans.
Iris believes the key to a patient’s recovery is providing them with the necessary time and care during consultations, tailoring treatment plans to suit their individual needs.
In addition to her clinical work at Institute of Sports and Spines, Iris lectures at CQ University and is also a supervisor for the chiropractor student clinic.
Iris graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor Degree in Health Science and a Master of Clinical Chiropractic with Distinction. During this time she received an Excellence Award in research and was accepted into the prestigious International Golden Key Honours Society.
She worked in Malaysia for 2 years where she treated a high volume of patients of all ages with a primary focus on complex chronic musculoskeletal injuries and a keen interest in chronic knee pain.
Iris has also completed a Diploma in Football Medicine with FIFA, which emphasizes on accelerating rehabilitation from injuries sustained from competitive soccer.
Dr Iris speaks fluent English, Cantonese, Mandarin and Bahasa.