Dr. Paul Noone PhD, B.App.Sc (chiro) Registered Chiropractor
Paul has been a Registered Chiropractor for 32 years. He completed his 5 year, undergraduate chiropractic degree at Phillip Institute (now RMIT), Melbourne, from 1979-1984. He practiced in Melbourne until 1989, when he moved to Dublin, Ireland with his family.
While in Ireland, he completed a 3 year diploma in Acupuncture Studies (Dip.Ac) at the Acupuncture Foundation of Ireland under Mr Giovanni Maciocia from 1989-1992, a Graduate Program in chiropractic clinical neuroscience (Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board) under Dr Ted Carrick from 1995-1998, and a PhD at the Centre for Complementary Health Studies at the University of Exeter from 1992-1998.
Upon returning to Australia 1999, Paul has practiced as a chiropractor in Melbourne.
He established the first accredited curriculum-based post graduate program in clinical neuroscience for chiropractors. He has delivered over 2000 hours of post-graduate CPD accredited lectures for the Carrick Institute in Australia and New Zealand. He has delivered post graduate lectures for the CAA (Chiropractors Association of Australia) CAI (Chiropractors Association of Ireland) and Asian Pacific Chiropractic Doctors Federation and the European Chiropractors Union.
Paul is also engaged in clinical research. Along with Dr Kelly Holt, PhD, he co-authored a published research project investigating falls risk amongst older chiropractic patients.
As a follow up to that study, along with co-investigators Dr Guido Pagnacco and Dr Elena Oggero of Vestibular Technologies, he is currently the principal investigator of a large international multicentre study investigating the impact of eye movements on postural stability (https://clinicaltrials.gov).
Paul is also a director of the charity Hands On India, a passion that he shares with whoever he can, whenever he can.
Paul lives and practices in Hampton with his wife Joan and their six beautiful children.
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