At True Health, we believe that natural healing allows you to not only be well and free from illness, but to be healthy. We believe in treating you as a person, not an illness or a collection of signs and symptoms. And we believe that getting healthy can be fun (we’re not drill sergeants – where’s the fun in that?).
Our fully qualified practitioners don’t wear white coats and we won’t overwhelm you with confusing medical jargon; instead, we will explain how to get the best results for your body in easy-to-understand terms.
Our treatments go beyond prescription medications that target illness and disease; we believe being healthy is so much more than that. It’s all about finding a balance – physically, mentally and emotionally.
We’re simply here to help you to become the best you that you can be.
True Health was founded on 1 April 2000 (then known as Family Chiropractic & Natural Health and located in a small shop in Ormond) by chiropractor, Dr Katelyn Jacka.
In 2003, Katelyn and acupuncturist, TBM practitioner and husband Matt, bought the current facility at 569 North Road, with the goal to create a home for practitioners across multiple modalities – chiropractic, massage and acupuncture to name but a few.
Today, True Health is home to 14 practitioners offering chiropractic, massage, acupuncture, myotherapy, traditional Chinese medicine, applied kinesiology (total body modification – or TBM) and ear candling. Each practitioner implements a number of different techniques, including (but not limited to) cupping, gua sha, moxibustion, dry needling.
When are you open?
Where are you?
569 North Rd, Ormond VIC 3204. (Corners of North and Grange Roads. Parking available on site.)
How much will it cost me?
Well, that entirely depends on you. We offer a wide range of options across many different therapies. So we’re able to find a solution for most budgets.
View our fees here. (As with most providers these days, fees may change without notice. We will do our best to advise you should this occur.)
Can I claim private health?
Absolutely (assuming you have private health insurance). Just be sure to check with you health care provider first to see if you’re covered.
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