Taree Kinetic Medicine officially opens new Clinic

29th October 2018

Federal Member for Lyne Dr David Gillespie officially opened Kinetic Medicine’s new facilities in Taree today.

“Improving health and getting people strong and without tablets is so good. Exercise is medicine,” Dr Gillespie said.

“Our local exercise physiologists are working hard to lift the health status of our community and I congratulate them on this latest expansion of local sevices.”

Managing Director of Kinetic Medicine and Exercise Physiologist John Stevens  linic.

“As part of our relocation, we’ve moved our healthcare practice into a building of heritage significance to the town, restoring it from years of considerable disrepair,” Mr Stevens said.

“By being in the medical precinct of the Taree CBD as well, we’d like to think that we’re playing a small part in increasing the vibrance of our town.



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