Dr Ryan Yiap is the owner and Principal Chiropractor at Mills Chiropractic & Healthcare.  He is originally from Malaysia and migrated to Australia with his family when he was quite young.  He grew up here, studied and graduated from Murdoch University and has been practicing in Perth for over 10 years now.  During this time he has seen:

  • people of all ages; from bubs to the elderly
  • those in different occupations; from office jobs to manual labourers
  • and people with a whole range of conditions; from a simple sprain/strain to a inflamed disc bulge

Each person is different and techniques are chosen to suit what is needed at that point in time.  Dr Ryan Yiap is proficient in Manual Chiropractic Adjustments as well as low force techniques.  He incorporates massage, trigger point therapy and/or dry needling into his consultations to help the body relax prior to receiving adjustments.  He will also utilise Kinesiotaping techniques when lymph drainage or support is needed for the body.

His interest in Chiropractic began when he knew he wanted to be in the health industry and to use his hands.  He started researching different occupations and came across the Murdoch University Chiropractic website which explained that the word "Chiros" in greek, stands for hands on healing.  He was drawn to the natural, conservative, surgery and drug free approach to healthcare and wanted to help others in that way.

Since then, his knowledge of Chiropractic Philosophy and the relationship of different parts of the body has grown.  Everything is connected to each other one way or another.  Pain in one area may be caused by pre-existing issues from a previous injury or an imbalance in another area.  He is dedicated to helping people discover their cause of pain and what can be done about it to help and prevent it from occurring again. 

Dr Ryan Yiap is married with two children.  He loves to spend his spare time with his family, going out and spending quality time together.  He is a deacon at his local Christian church and gets involved with leading, singing and playing guitar.  He is gentle, caring, compassionate and easy to get along with.

Dr Ryan Yiap has another practice location in Glen Forrest at Hills Natural Health Centre.  You can visit their Facebook page @hillsnaturalhealth

Kuniko originally came from Japan and moved to Perth from Tokyo in 2008.  She completed her Qualifications as a Remedial Massage Therapist in 2014 and since then has been enjoying helping clients relieve their pain, increase their range of motion, and improving their quality of life through massage.

Her goal is to achieve efficient and effective results through engaging with soft tissue and therapeutically applying light or firm pressure leading to ultimate relaxation.

Kuniko has furthered her studies and has become qualified for the Dr. Vodder method of Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) and Combined Decongestive Therapy (CDT) after an intensive 160 hour training program completed early 2019.

Kuniko loves the laid-back Australian lifestyle with her better half and their Cockatiels.

Chiew Khiuk PUI’s preferred name is Khiuk, and is originally from Malaysia.

She has completed a Bachelor of Pharmacy from Curtin University. However, after years of working as a pharmacist, she felt there is a need to have a holistic approach to treatment or maintenance of health. Khiuk subsequently began her journey with Traditional Chinese Medicine, and completed her studies in 2005.

With years of practice, Khiuk has developed a keen interest in advancing various acupuncture techniques inclusive of Tung’s acupuncture, Tan’s Balance Method and Auriculartherapy. Furthermore, she has obtained a Diploma of Remedial Massage.

Khiuk thrives on assisting to help with a diverse range of health conditions, such as hayfever, pain management, digestive issues, insomnia, stress, women’s health, autoimmune disease and smoking cessation.

Currently, she volunteers her time at Solaris Care Cancer Support in Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital as an acupuncturist. This allows her to provide care to cancer patients and their carers for any concerns they may have.

Her hobbies are travelling and watching Korean series. She regularly keeps herself fit with walking and gym sessions.