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Dr. Natalie Arkin

M.Tech Chiro (SA)
CASA Member

Who Am I?​

A Few Words About Me​


Dr. Natalie Arkin is a registered Chiropractor who has over 20 years of Chiropractic experience.

After graduating from the University of Johannesburg in 2000, she set out on her journey by practicing at Sayer Clinic in central London before returning to Johannesburg South Africa in 2005 where she opened her own Practice in Hyde Park.

Natalie approaches her clients with a compassionate and holistic approach. She treats her patients based on their mechanical, functional, emotional, and postural make-up.

She incorporates Visceral Manipulation, Craniosacral Therapy, soft tissue work, and dry needling, along with chiropractic manipulation to ensure better Chiropractic results for all her clients, regardless of age.

Natalie has also taken a particular interest in treating pregnant women, and their newborn babies.

In her free time, Natalie enjoys keeping active by participating in several running events as well as spending quality time with her Husband and two Daughters.

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Andrew J Johnson

Human Potential Institute Coach

Who Am I?​

A Few Words About Me​


Andrew J Johnson is an accredited Human Potential Institute Coach.

He works with clients from all over the world to recraft and co-create lives with joy, meaning, and purpose.

Coaching creates the opportunity for you to recognise the tactics, routines, and practices that will allow you to turn the information overload and overwhelm, characterised by the world we live in, in your favor.

Andrew will give you practical tools that create the space to be present, to make decisions, and to take the actions that will steadily move you towards YOUR desired outcomes.

Contact him today

Benefits of seeing

A Professional

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Produces Feelings Of Caring, Comfort And Connection

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They can provide effective Treatment plans

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Effective Treatment For Reducing Stress

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Reduces The Pain And Muscle Tension

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They help you get to the route of the problem
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