Dr Paije graduated in 2008 from RMIT University with a Bachelor and Masters degree after experiencing the benefits of chiropractic care throughout most of her childhood.
While in her fifth year Dr Paije was one of three students chosen to travel to Cambodia to treat children in orphanages, land mine victims, and people with polio as well has having the opportunity to perform humanitarian duties whilst there. This, along with paediatric clinic duty, ignited Dr Paije’s keen interest in treating children and pregnant women.
Dr Paije uses various techniques such as manual adjustments, drop piece, activator, leander flexion distraction, blocks, cranials and soft tissue treatment depending on the needs of the patient.
Dr Paije’s Chiropractic interests include:[image url=’https://blackwoodchiropractor.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/X-rays-web.jpg’ align=’right’ width=’249px’ height=’337px’ title=’Dr Paije Cox examining xrays’] [list style=’arrow’ ] [li]Families – seeing families progress in their health and helping them where needed with advice on nutrition, lifestyle changes and of course chiropractic care [/li] [li]Women’s health [/li] [li]Sporting injuries – Dr Paije has been involved in football clubs over the past 10 years and looks for possible causes for recurrent issues in sports people, making sure the body is functioning at its optimum [/li] [li]Seniors – helping the older population to stay agile, improving balance and function. [/li] [/list]
Dr Paije “practices what she preaches” living an active, balanced lifestyle. She enjoys entertaining and is always excited to try a new recipe, often with a healthy twist. She also enjoys her down time with the arts, specifically dancing as well as painting, music and will give any craft activity a go. She lives with her Husband Tom and “fur child” Branson the golden retriever.