We’re thrilled to welcome a new chiropractor to VPCC: Dr Paije Cox.
Born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia, Paije Cox moved to Melbourne to study Chiropractic at RMIT University for five years. Like many students Paije came home during her summer holidays and supplemented her income by working in restaurants and cellar doors in the Barossa Valley. Working in these wineries benefitted Paije by increasing her passion for cooking good food and drinking good wine.
While in her fifth year Paije was one of three students chosen from her year level to travel to Cambodia to treat children in orphanages, land mine victims, and people with polio as well has having the opportunity to perform humanitarian duties whilst there. This, along with paediatric clinic duty, ignited Paije’s keen interest in treating children and pregnant women.
Since graduating Paije has been working in Melrose Park and volunteering as a trainer at Lobethal Football Club. Her hobbies include singing, playing piano, working out at the gym, and painting. She now lives in Magill with her partner Tom and her pet lorikeet Hercules.