The Team

Principal Chiropractor

Dr Kai Teo

Dr Kai Teo is the principal Chiropractor at Byford Family Chiropractic. Graduate of Murdoch University with double degree in Bachelors of Science and Bachelor of Chiropractic. Dr. Teo has a strong passion for treating families from young to old, helping them to be at their best.

Having experience working in the south-west region of WA, he has developed a passion for creating strong bonds within the community, creating a family friendly atmosphere in the clinic and to treat patients as an individual and not as a number.

Spending two years in the Army and with an avid love of sports, Dr. Teo has seen and experienced many different sporting injuries which lead to his keen interest in treating such injuries with chiropractic care and rehabilitation.

BHSc Naturopath

Sara Papp

Sara is a qualified naturopath holding a Bachelor of Science in Naturopathy from the
Endeavour College of Natural Health. She is a member of Naturopaths & Herbalists
Association of Australia.

Specialising in holistic, evidence-based naturopathic healthcare, she integrates a range of
naturopathic therapies including herbal medicines, nutritional supplements, and diet and
lifestyle adjustments to help return her patients to optimal health.

Each of Sara’s treatment plans are unique and are developed collaboratively with her
patients; taking into consideration the presenting complaint and any historical treatments
or contributing factors which may be triggering the condition.

Massage Therapist

Jessica Mclean

Jessica is a experienced and qualified massage therapist. Dealing with muscle tension and relaxation of the muscles she utilises various massage techniques to tailor to the problem to get the best outcome for the patients.  Jess is well versed in techniques such as Swedish, deep tissue and sports massage with the goal of creating better function for the body as a whole. 

Jess is a local in the Byford community. A focus of building relationships in the local community with her patients, every patient is treated as an individual and treatments are tailored to her patients needs.