Dr Wayne Minter AM is the Director of the Frenchs Forest Chiropractic Centre, President of the Chiropractic Council of New South Wales and has been a chiropractor for over 40 years. Dr Minter was appointed as a member of the Chiropractic Board of Australia in November 2013 and Chair in September 2014.
Dr Minter has served professional and academic institutions in many capacities including being a member of the NSW Chiropractors Registration Board, Adjunct Professor in the School of Chiropractic and Sports Science, Murdoch University, and Chiropractic Adviser to the Australian Government Department of Veterans' Affairs.
Dr Minter was appointed Member of the Order of Australia in 2015 for significant service to chiropractic health, through education programs, clinical practice standards, and patient management.
Dr Michael Badham has been in private practice as a chiropractor since 1975. He was appointed to the Chiropractic Board of Australia in 2012 and serves on the Board’s Registration, Notifications and Compliance Committee. He was on Medicare’s Professional Services Review Panel for 15 years and is currently a member of its Determining Authority panel. Dr Badham is also a member of the Capital Health Network – the Primary Health Network for the ACT.
He has been a member and Chair of the Australian Chiropractors Association’s (formerly Chiropractors Association of Australia (CAA)) policy formulation body; the Council of Representatives for 15 years. At various times he has been President, Vice-President, Secretary and Policy officer of the CAA ACT.
Dr Badham has previously been the Chair of the Chiropractors and Osteopaths Board of the ACT and sat on the ACT Medicare Local's Primary Health Care Advisory Council.
Ms Anne Burgess trained as a social worker and has a background in public administration in social justice portfolios. She is a member of the Legal Practitioners Conduct Tribunal and past Assistant Commissioner for the Public Sector Grievance Review Commission.
Ms Burgess is Vice President of SA Council for the Ageing (COTA), Chair of the Community Visitors Advisory Committee, Deputy Chair of the Older Person’s Advocacy Network, Governing Member of the Northern Adelaide Local Heath Network and Chair of the Community Visitors Advisory Committee.
She previously worked in senior positions as Acting Commissioner for Equal Opportunity, Director of the Office for Women, Director of Mental Health and was a member of the South Australian Chiropractic and Osteopathy Board and the South Australian Medical Board prior to the commencement of the national scheme.
Ms Burgess was appointed to the Chiropractic Board of Australia in 2012 and serves on the Board’s Registration, Notifications and Compliance Committee.
Dr Abbey Chilcott has been in private practice in Western Australia since 2008. She holds a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Chiropractic and Bachelor of Science (Honours) from Murdoch University, with a Graduate Certificate in Population Health from The University of Western Australia.
In addition to her work in private practice, Abbey is a clinical supervisor at Murdoch University Chiropractic Clinic and is involved in sessional teaching for radiography & radiology. She has previously sat on Course Advisory Committees, Research Boards and examined practical clinical competency for CCEA. She is involved with Chiropractic Australia as a student liaison.
She was appointed to the Chiropractic Board of Australia in 2018 and serves on the Board’s Registration, Notifications and Compliance Committee.
Mr Frank Ederle is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Legal Profession Board of Tasmania, a tribunal member for the Mental Health Tribunal, Tasmania, and a panel member for the Medical Board of Australia’s Performance and Professional Standards.
Mr Ederle has held senior positions as General Manager of the Supreme Court of Tasmania and as State-wide Client Services Manager for the Public Trustee.
Mr Ederle was appointed to the Chiropractic Board of Australia in 2015 and serves on the Board’s Registration, Notifications and Compliance Committee.
Associate Professor Anna Ryan is both a Chiropractor and a Medical practitioner and holds a number of postgraduate qualifications in education. She worked in chiropractic clinical practice from 1996-2018, was involved in undergraduate chiropractic education through a lecturer role at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) from 1998 to 2003, and provided chiropractic consultancy to a number of groups including the Victorian WorkCover Authority and the Office of the Convenor of Medical Panels. She is a current editorial board member for the journal Chiropractic and Manual Therapies.
Associate Professor Ryan is the current Director of Assessment in the Department of Medical Education at the University of Melbourne. In addition to overall responsibility for assessment, she teaches into the Doctor of Medicine (MD) and the Excellence in Clinical Teaching programs, supervises MD, Masters and PhD students, and has an active program of research. Anna holds a number of roles in regulation and accreditation. She is a current member of Chiropractic Australia, the Australian and New Zealand Association of Health Professional Educators and the Association for the Study of Medical Education.
Associate Professor Ryan was appointed to the Chiropractic Board of Australia in 2015.
Dr Arcady Turczynowicz has been in private practice in SA since 1992. He was appointed to the Chiropractic Board of Australia in 2017 and serves on the Board’s Registration, Notifications and Compliance Committee.
He holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Adelaide and Master of Chiropractic from Macquarie University.
Dr Turczynowicz went on to lecture and tutor for Macquarie University’s School of Chiropractic.
He has held positions of Board member and Secretary with the Chiropractors Association of Australia (SA), he also served as a Board member of the South Australian Chiropractic and Osteopathy Board.
Dr Arcady Turczynowicz is a long-standing volunteer with the South Australian Country Fire Service, he currently holds an officer rank and has been awarded a National Medal.
Dr Ailsa Wood has been in private practice in Brisbane since 2000. Her qualifications include Bachelor of Science from The University of Queensland and a Master of Chiropractic from Macquarie University.
Dr Wood has served many years on state and national boards, committees and associations. Prior to the appointment to the Board, she was a member of the Chiropractors Board of Queensland for four years, member of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia, Queensland (CAAQ) executive for six years, and President of the CAAQ for three of those years.
Dr Wood was appointed to the Chiropractic Board of Australia in 2015 and serves on the Board’s Registration, Notifications and Compliance Committee.