Dr. Zlatko (Mark) Markanovic

(Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Mark has been practicing Acupuncture and Remedial Massage supporting the community for over 18 years. Prior to establishing Body ZM Balance in 2000, he worked in various, well established, clinics of natural medicine in Brisbane.

He was also part of support team for many different sporting events over the years. With extensive experience, qualifications and ongoing commitment to continued further education, Mark will provide high quality and personalised treatment to bring relief from pain and suffering so you can get on with your life.

Cheryl Lyle

(Remedial Massage)

Cheryl has recently returned to Australia from Scotland, where she gained her qualification in Remedial Massage Therapy.

Awarded “Student of the year” in recognition of her hard work and dedication to the field, Cheryl used the skills and knowledge gained from her course to embark upon a career within the Allied Health sector. Working as a Remedial Massage Therapist and Physiotherapy Assistant within a private Physiotherapy practise in Scotland, Cheryl has treated clients with a wide variety of conditions including sports and work related injuries, musculoskeletal conditions, rehabilitation, whiplash, mechanical back/neck/shoulder issues.

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Health Science Acupuncture

Diploma of Applied Science Remedial Massage

Member of (AACMA)

Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association 

Registered practitioner with Chinese Medicine Board of Australia

Additional training with:

Acupuncturists and Remedial Massage Therapists that were part of support team for both Australian and USA Olympic teams.

Why Neck Pain and Stress Management?

Over the years the special interest in neck injuries and stress management came as a result of ever changing society and ongoing pressures and demands for our bodies to perform. The use of computers, desk jobs and ongoing studies tend to create a lot of problems in neck and upper back area. It seems that we are facing a new epidemic. With this comes a demand for better care and better results which require specialised training and more focused approach.