Dr Clare Halpin

Dr Clare Halpin


⊕ Bachelor of Biological Sciences

⊕ Bachelor of Health Science

⊕ Bachelor of Applied Science (Chiro)

⊕ Bachelor of Health & Biomedical Sciences (Honours) - Chronic Pain

⊕ RMIT Chiropractic Research award winner

⊕ IFSMA WCCS Research Poster Competition winner

⊕ First Aid Certificate

⊕ Mental Health First Aid Australia

⊕ EDS ECHO Allied Health Professional Australia program - Ehlers -Danlos and Hyper-mobility course

⊕ Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island Rural Remote Practitioner Network Working Group - committee member

⊕ Level 1, Myofascial Dry Needling & Cupping (Manual Medicine Australasia)


Dr Clare completed a Degree in Biological Science and worked in a medical microbiology laboratory for 5 years before she decided that she needed a change.   She wanted to take on a more active role in health care and had always had great experiences with chiropractic care and knew that was the path for her. 

Dr Clare graduated as a chiropractor in 2019 and completed her honours project on chronic pain and chiropractic management in 2020.

At RMIT she was involved in extracurricular chiropractic groups, including the World Congress of Chiropractic Students (WCCS).  Dr Clare was also the Western Pacific Regional Coordinator for the 2018/2019 year, which culminated in hosting the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Brisbane.

A placement with the Fitzroy Stars Indigenous Football team sparked an interest in sports injury management. Dr Clare has worked with football players in the last 2 years as a trainer.

Dr Clare also completed a placement in India in her final year at RMIT, working as part of a team in Udaipur.


In her spare time Dr Clare enjoys spending time with friends and family, travelling to interesting places and playing with her dog Finn.