Dr. Cherie McAllister (Chiropractor)

Chiropractor Cherie McAllister can help you address a range of common health issues, through chiropractic care and her holistic approach, combining antenatal care, paediatrics, and neuroscience.


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  • Bachelor of Science (Anatomy and Physiology)
  • Graduate Diploma Chiropractic Science
  • Masters Chiropractic Science


  • Australian Chiropractors Association (ACA)
  • Registered chiropractor with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • Registration number: CHI0001953232

Meet Dr. Cherie McAllister (Chiropractor)

Cherie from Sydney Spinal Care is an enthusiastic chiropractor with a passion for treating children. She has previously been involved in the Science Academy Holiday Camp, enlightening young kids of Sydney with her extensive knowledge of the human body.

If you’re willing to help yourself be better, I’m 100% behind you and will support you in every way. If I can’t fix something, I will do everything I can to find the practitioner who can help.

Holistic Practice

Cherie has a unique ability to connect with patients of all ages. You’ll see that her bright personality and passionate attitude is her strength and a real asset when working with you.

Her aim is to help you reach your health and lifestyle goals so that you can be pain free and accomplish everything you desire.


  • Optimal spinal health
  • Antenatal and paediatrics
  • Neuroscience and the nervous system: there is so much too it, you could study it for a lifetime and still be blown away by new learnings every day

Children’s Health

Parenthood is hard enough without having to deal with extra issues of fussiness, bad behaviour, restlessness and unexplained aches and pains. Chiropractic is a gentle technique that addresses many musculoskeletal health issues experience in childhood. By addressing issues when they first appear, you give your kids a better chance of growing up without these issues getting worse.

What we try to achieve is the same in both a child and an adult – a better functioning nervous system. In my opinion this is more important in a child as this is when the foundations are laid and what all further learning and behaviour will be based on. If a child has issues and we ignore them we are setting them up for failure in the future.

Fixing issues early is often easier when recognised sooner, rather than trying to break bad patterning or habits as a teenager or an adult.

As the saying goes…

“Prevention is better than cure”


Sydney Spinal Care
116a Boyce Rd
Maroubra NSW 2035