Who We Are

Greg Bell

Greg Bell - Chiropractor

Greg is originally from northern NSW where he grew up on a farm between Glen Innes and Inverell. He spent his teenage years attending boarding school in Tamworth. Upon finishing high school Greg spent some time out to decide what he wanted to study and travelled around Australia and New Zealand working as a shearer and roustabout.

Following this break he pursued a career in chiropractic and moved to Sydney to complete his Undergraduate and Masters degree at Macquarie University. On graduating Dr. Greg moved to the US and spent the next couple of years working in Washington DC and Boston, learning and refining his skills in the Gonstead technique. With a passion for public speaking and coaching other chiropractors an opportunity arose to be one of the lead chiropractors in the first and largest chiropractic organization in Asia. He has spent the last 3 years working in Singapore and training other chiropractors to bring chiropractic to areas of Malaysia, Indonesia and more recently China.

He has developed a passion for travelling, fitness and public speaking.

Additionally, he has extensive training in Gonstead chiropractic technique and is a published author on topics of neck pain and dizziness with research presented in both Melbourne and Norway.

Petrina Le Cudennec - Chiropractor

A local girl born and raised in Inverell, Petrina attended Inverell Public and Macintyre High Schools. Petrina was lucky to grow up under the care and guidance of, and later working as a chiropractic assistant for Dr John Irvine, a chiropractor who was well known in the Inverell and district community. 


Completing an Associate Degree in Law, Petrina worked as a paralegal in a busy legal office in Armidale for many years where she enjoyed working as part of a team to achieve positive outcomes for clients. With a long-niggling desire to be a chiropractor that wouldn't go away, Petrina decided to make a career change with the encouragement of Wendy and Greg. 


Moving to Brisbane to complete her study, Petrina graduated from CQUniversity with distinction in both her undergraduate and Masters degrees. Petrina has completed further courses in dry needling and taping and is able to incorporate these skills alongside chiropractic care. Having been an office worker for many years, Petrina particularly enjoys working with patients who are experiencing neck and shoulder tension, and/or suffering from headaches.


Missing the sense of community together with a desire to serve regional towns has led Petrina back to the area. When she is not working, you will find Petrina attempting a great variety of things including baking, gardening, sewing, playing music, exploring the local area with a camera in hand, or simply enjoying a good book and hanging out with her beloved dogs.

Rachel Bell

Rachel Bell – Physiotherapist

Rachel is an experienced physiotherapist who has a special interest in women’s health, musculoskeletal conditions and rehabilitation of all kinds.   She is passionate about health and well-being and aims to support and empower people in reducing their pain and restoring function and mobility.

Rachel has spent a number of years gaining an extensive range of experience working for Moree Community Health.  She covered a broad spectrum of physiotherapy, including, hospital care, musculoskeletal, orthopaedics, women’s health, paediatrics, TACP, cardiopulmonary rehab as well as, stroke and brain injury rehabilitation.

Rachel has furthered her training in women’s health to allow for detailed assessment and management options for women suffering with any type of pelvic floor dysfunction, ranging from pelvic organ prolapse to incontinence.  Rachel also provides services for women suffering with common pregnancy discomforts including low back pain, circulatory issues (e.g. varicose veins) as well as hand and wrist complaints.

Rachel also coaches tennis and enjoys playing netball, running and boxing.  Generally, if Rachel is moving she is happy, which is why she is so motivated to give others this opportunity of optimal function and movement.

Georgie Haire – Physiotherapist

Georgie is a physiotherapist who graduated from Charles Sturt University in Port Macquarie. She has had experience working with sporting teams, has a passion for kids of all ages and has completed further training in the latest dry needling techniques.

A country girl at heart, Georgie has grown up on a farm in Wee Waa and enjoys all aspects of cropping and the business of farm life. She loves all sports, particularly touch football and netball, cooking, gardening, and playing with her two cattle dogs Rosie and Bruiser.

Samantha Sadikin – Physiotherapist

Originally from Indonesia, Sam came to Australia 6 years ago. She completed her Bachelor of Biomedicine degree at the University of Melbourne, then immediately moved to Sydney to pursue her dreams of becoming a physiotherapist.

Within the next 2 years, Sam received her Master of Physiotherapy qualification from the University of Sydney. She also gained experience working casually as a physiotherapy assistant for clients in the community during this time. She enjoyed all the work placement experience she received during her course and was very lucky to be assigned to a variety of hospitals and private practice.

Being a city girl all her life, Sam has never lived in a country area. She made the adventurous decision to move to Moree and experience a completely different aspect of Australia. She has loved all the new experiences and sights moving to Moree has brought and is excited to see and learn more about life in rural Australia.

Rebecca – Chiropractic Assistant

Bec is born and bred in Moree and is no stranger to chiropractic care having had it since the age of 16.

She’s a dog lover, a reader, a movie critic and an adrenaline junkie!