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March 1, 2021

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Mullumbimby Comprehensive Health Centre

Mullumbimby Comprehensive Health Centre offers an integrated health service with both General Practice and a variety of allied health services including osteopathy, acupuncture and Kahuna Bodywork under one roof.

The business has been owned and operated by local doctor, Norbert Weber, for 25 years.

People come to the health centre for therapeutic bodywork, osteopathic treatments, physiotherapy or chiropractic work as well as to see their local GP for a consultation or health check. All of their GPs have special interest areas ranging from acupuncture to skin health.

As far as being part of the Mullum community, Norbert says, 'Mullum has a wonderfully diverse and engaged community that comes together when it needs to. We love working within it to provide holistic health care and support individual health choices.

'We enjoy being able to give back to the community through funding and sponsorship of local events and organisations such as the Surf Life Saving and the Mullum 2 Bruns paddle.'

Not satisfied with just giving back to the community Mullumbimby Comprehensive Health Centre are giving back to the planet too. In 2013 they had an array of solar panels installed and now generate more power than they use, meaning they are able to feed back into the grid and run 'power-neutral'.

Mullumbimby Comprehensive Health Centre

60 Stuart St, Mullumbimby

Ph: 6684 1511


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