Meet the Team

The Team at Goldfields Chiropractic

We welcome you to Goldfields Chiropractic & Healing Centre. Feel free to make an enquiry via our contact form or give us a call to arrange a booking.

Dr. Cindy Hurst
B. Sc (Chiro) B. Chiro ICSSD, Cert III & IV Fitness

Cindy graduated from Murdoch University in 2007 which a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Bachelor of Chiropractic, moving to the Goldfields region in early 2008. After always having a passion for sports and health Cindy furthered pursued study and obtained a post graduate Diploma in International Sports Chiropractic through the Federation of International Chiropractic in Sports (FICS), enabling her to participate at various World and International sporting events. Also obtaining Certificates III and IV in Fitness to back up her sporting passion. Cindy utilises a wide range of skills to assist her patient centred care from diversified manual therapy & mobilisation, Thompson Technique, Activator Methods and being certified in Dry Needling and RockTape. Along with great knowledge of various soft tissue therapies. Her extensive background helps provide a holistic approach to all her patient treatments.  

With her background in sports Cindy spent the first three years in Kalgoorlie volunteering with the Goldfields Giants State Basketball team, football and netball teams. Volunteer work has always been a huge part of her ambition to make the community more aware of the benefits of chiropractic care in all aspects of life both on and off the sporting field. Along with the countless hours of volunteer work Cindy regularly fundraises, donates and sponsors many goldfields charities and organisations.

Cindy now has three young children which has brought her focus in recent years to helping improve health from all ages. Her active lifestyle embraces the competition of netball, basketball and running marathons. Her business achievements are further enhanced by her active role as a Board Member of the Western Australia Small Business Corporation which she regular attends Perth for meetings offering input from a regional aspect assisting enhance the Small Business sector.


Dr. Wendy Peh
B. Sc (Chiro) B. Chiro

Wendy is pleased to be working out in the Goldfields region after living in the city for 7 years. Having grown up in the Pilbara, and she enjoys the relaxed lifestyle and sense of community that rural towns have to offer. Wendy completed her studies from Murdoch University in 2013 and moved out to Kalgoorlie not long after. Wendy further pursued her knowledge by obtaining a Diploma in Paediatric Neurodevelopment and a Diploma in Functional Nutrition in 2020. Due to her passion and interest in pregnancy and paediatric, Wendy finds herself captivated by assisting the health and wellbeing of people of all ages. She strives to individually tailor each patient’s treatment and uses a wide variety of techniques including; manual diversified, Thompson technique, Activator Method, Sacro-Occipital Technique, Dry Needling and various soft tissue therapies.

Wendy has had the pleasure of treating in India where she worked with a Charity providing care to impoverished communities. Other personal highlights from her career include; treating at the International Sailing Federation qualifier for the Olympics at Fremantle in 2011 and the Blues N’ Roots festival in 2013.

Wendy recently became the very worthy recipient of the 2020 Kalgoorlie Boulder Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KBCCI) “Healthcare Practitioner and Disability Services Award” nominated by her colleague Cindy Hurst for her passion and commitment to providing the region with excellent healthcare.


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Dr. Tyla Arnott
B Sc (Chiro) B ClinChiro

Tyla graduated from Murdoch University with a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and a Bachelor of Clinical Chiropractic. Tyla enjoys helping patients reach their health goals, big or small. Her passion in health begun with her experience within the Pharmacy sector for five years. Wanting a more hands-on approach when it came to healthcare, Tyla knew that Chiropractic would be an invaluable tool to help the broader community with musculoskeletal conditions. Tyla welcomes patients of all ages and enjoys providing wellness care for the whole family. Tyla utilises a range of chiropractic techniques, including Diversified technique, Activator method and dry needling.

During her studies at Murdoch University, Tyla was fortunate enough two work as a Chiropractic Assistant which fuelled her passion and allowed her to gain further experience within the field. After growing up in the Pilbara, Tyla was drawn to moving to the Goldfields region to pursue her love for country living. Combining her love for travel and volunteer work, Tyla travelled to India as part of the ‘2020 Hands On India’ charity group, who provide Chiropractic care and health advice to people living in rural India that otherwise would not have access to most medical care.

In her downtime, Tyla enjoys staying active with pilates, yoga and walking. She readily expresses the need to keep the mind and body active to maintain a good healthy lifestyle.


Lloyed Clarke Goldfields Chiropractic

Dr. Lloyed Clarke
MHSc:  Chiropractic
B Tech: Sport and Exercise Technology
Certified Chiropractic Education Australasia


Lloyed qualified as a Sport and Exercise Technologist in South Africa and in 2009 completed his Masters of Health Sciences in Chiropractic at Durban  University of Technology,  in which he received the Chiropractic Achievement Award for Clinical Excellence. By combining the two disciplines allows a more comprehensive understanding in treatment and management of neuromusculoskeltal conditions which impacts the general health and well being of patients. Lloyed managed his own flourishing family practice and has since relocated to Australia with his family, where he has completed the Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia Competency Based Evaluation.

Being fortunate to represent South Africa at two World Indoor Hockey Tournaments, Lloyed understands the continuous drive to achieve optimal performance on and off the field. Not to mention the frustration and disappointment that may occur during rigous strenuous training which can lead to biomechanical imbalances causing old injuries to flare up or new injuries to occur. It is this reason the continuous Chiropractic treatment is important and should be maintained.  Lloyed observed this while while working as a team doctor for a Premier League Football Club overseeing injury management,  rehabilitation as well as the continued physical assessment of the players.

In 2021, Lloyed coached the Norths Kalgoorlie Wesley Hockey Club J9-12 Boys that won the Grand Final and in  2022 coached the J3-8 Boys that were runner up in the Junior Grand Final.

Lloyed's diverse experience will ensure that all patients have the best possible outcome and he encourages the use of self-maintenance programs that are specific to every patient.


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Dr. Torrens Revell
BSc Exercise and Sport Science, BSc Chiropractic, DC

Torrie grew up by the beach in Fremantle, WA and relocated to the mountains of Virginia, U.S.A for college and to spend time with her Mum’s side of the family. She graduated from James Madison University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Exercise and Sports Science and minoring in Writing Rhetoric and Technical Communication. She loved her experience there, especially playing goalkeeper for the university water polo team and travelling the East Coast.

After relocating back to Perth, she completed a Bachelor of Science degree and Bachelor of Clinical Chiropractics at Murdoch University in 2022. During her studies Torrie was a part of a team who provided care at the WA centre for rural health in Geraldton. It was during her time there she fell in love with the lifestyle and sense of community rural towns have to offer. 

Her exposure to chiropractic care began at the age of 8 after she was in a car accident and since then she has utilised care to complement her sporting career and overall health. Torrie worked as a Chiropractic Assistant whilst studying which further drove her passion for helping people. She believes a proactive approach to health leads to the best results in all aspects of life.

She loves all things sport and fitness and played for East Fremantle Sharks in the WAFLW for 4 years before relocating to Kalgoorlie. She hopes to continue to play footy in Kalgoorlie. In her spare time she loves exercising, drawing and spending time with her friends and family.

Torrie utilises a wide range of skills to assist her care from diversified manual therapy and mobilisation, various soft tissue therapies and is certified in Dry Needling and RockTape. She looks forward to using her experience and knowledge to ensure her patients get the highest level of care and the best results.


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Kira Landers
Remedial Massage Therapist

Kira is a qualified remedial massage therapist who completed her training at evolve college in early 2022. Having worked within a well established Physiotherapy clinic whilst studying her qualifications it gave Kira an in-depth and diverse outlook on healthcare.

Through 2022 Kira furthered her studies becoming qualified as a ‘Practitioner of Pregnancy Massage’ which is a post graduate course, along with obtaining Dry-Needling Certification, Rocktape Certification and furthering herself in an additional sports and deep tissue course.

Kira was born and raised in Kalgoorlie and loves the community atmosphere. She has found a passion for sports, participating in the women's GFL competition for Railways, touch rugby and a member of the Kalgoorlie Tri Club.


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Tania Clarke
Chiropractic Assistant

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Taryne King
Chiropractic Assistant

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