Meet Our Team

Dr. Jasmine Putri


Our services:

  • Available 6-7 days a week
  • Same-Day-Appointments
  • Secure online appointments
  • Traction/ Decompression Machine
  • Access to a range of other allied health professionals
  • Onsite X-rays & HICAPS
  • HICAPS insurance rebates
  • Experienced Chiropractors



We have a team of professional Chiropractors at our practice located at 312 HIGH ST PRESTON.  Our chiropractors are experienced seeing back pain, neck pain, muscle and joint stiffness. Our Preston Chiropractors are focused on delivering clear advice and the use of research based treatments for our patients. Our Chiropractors are all qualified from RMIT University and continue to develop their skills through continued professional education and training. Call us today for an appointment, we look forward to seeing you in the practice soon. We also have practices close by in other suburbs including PakenhamCranbourne and Narre Warren.


What To Expect On Your First Preston Chiropractor Visit

For the initial Chiropractor consultation at our practice allow approximately 30 minutes. During this consultation, your PrestonChiropractor will discuss your previous and current medical health history while also performing a comprehensive examination of your spinal and presenting problem. This examination often involves digital postural analysis, palpatory assessment, muscle testing and x-rays if clinically indicated.



  • All of Wellbeing’s Chiropractors have undertaken a minimum of 5-years full-time university study
  • Most of them have studied local at RMIT, whilst other have graduated from other courses at Murdoch, Maquarie & CQU.
  • Main subjects: Clinical sciences incl; clinical anatomy , micro-biology, pathology , physiology, bio-chemistry, radiology, pathology, differential diagnosis, neurology, neuro-anatomy, practical examinations, clinical examinations
  • Several of our chiropractors have studied other university courses in addition
  • All of our chiropractors complete continued professional development training and education
  • All our chiropractors are insured to practice
  • All our chiropractors hold level 2 first aid certification

How To Find Us In Preston?

From Melbourne:
From the Monash Fwy(M1) head toward the South-Eastern suburbs/Dandenong, merge from the
M1 onto the Princess Hwy/C101, at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto High St/Princes Hwy
C101, turn left onto Manuka Rd

From Central Preston:
Head East on Princes Hwy/C101, turn left onto Manuka Rd
From Beaconsfield:
Head North-West on the Princes Hwy/C101 towards Lyle Avet, turn right onto Manuka Rd
From Guys Hill:
Head South on Beaconsfield-Emerald Rd/C406 towards Luke Pl, At the roundabout, take the
3rd exit onto Inglis Rd, turn left onto Manuka Rd.
From Harkaway:
Head South-West on Harkaway Rd/State Route 61 towards King Rd, at the roundabout, take
the 2nd exit onto Brisbane St, turn right onto Rutland Rd, Turn left onto High st?Princess
Hwy/C101, turn left onto Manuka Rd.



When Can I Schedule A Preston Chiropractor Appointment?

Your Preston Chiropractors are available 7 days a week, Monday to Sunday with early morning and late evening appointments available.

Chiropractic Preston
3 Manuka Rd
Call 03 9020 7343
Book Online HERE

About Preston

  • Located 36kms south-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District
  • Local council = City of Casey.
  • Population of 50,000 which has expanded by approx. 14,000 since 2001
  • Originally part of the Cardinia Creek run

Major timelines in history on Preston:

  • 1857 Preston Inn opened and was licenced
  • 1857 Preston Primary opened
  • 1858 Post Office opened
  • 1877 Preston Railway opened
  • 1990’s-2000’s – first home buyers, new housing developments, massive population spike


Chiropractic facts:

  • First chiropractic adjustment was done by Daniel David Palmer in 1895 for partial deaf janitor Harvey Lillard.
  • Chiro means ‘Hands’ in Greek. Chiropractor are using hands to examine the patient and fine ‘spinal dysfunction’ and to treat musculoskeletal conditions.
  • You don’t need a referral from GP to see a chiropractor as they are primary contact practitioner.
  • To become a chiropractor you need to complete a 5 years university course e focusing on body and nerve functioning.
  • Spinal manipulation is the major skill the chiropractor use for acute and chronic low back pain.
  • There is limited scientific research surrounding chiropractic
  • Chiropractors often use Exercise as part of their management of patient complaints
  • Chiropractors are most well known for conditions involving the low back and neck
  • Chiropractors often work with other practitioners such as physiotherapist, yoga, pilates, remedial massage to get the best results possible..
  • Initial chiropractic consultation will include any relevant medical history, physical examination such as orthopedic tests, range of motion and palpation accordingly and chiropractor will perform the spinal manipulation if there is no medical contraindication and if this form of treatment is indicated.
  • Most private insurance will cover chiropractic treatment in Australia such as Bupa, Medibank etc.
  • Chiropractic treatment is generally considered to be safe but occasionally (as with all health treatments) may be associated with possible adverse reactions in individual cases.
  • If you don’t have any symptoms then it is not indicated you see a Chiropractor

What do people commonly visit the chiropractor for:

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Muscle and joint stiffness
  • Work related musculo-skeletal injuries

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Mon: 7:00am – 7pm

Tues: 7:00am – 7pm

Wed: 7:00am – 7pm

Thur: 7:00am – 7pm

Fri: 7:00am – 7pm

Sat: 8.00pm-2.00pm

Sun: By appointment



Phone Number

(03) 8456 1214

Mon: 7:00am – 7pm

Tues: 7:00am – 7pm

Wed: 7:00am – 7pm

Thur: 7:00am – 7pm

Fri: 7:00am – 7pm

Sat: 8.00pm-2.00pm

Sun: By appointment

Our Commitment to You:

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Open Saturdays

Flexible Appointments – Walk-Ins Welcome

All Major Insurances Accepted

Open Mornings

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