Paul BergamoIt's a privilege to be able to help people improve their health and wellbeing.

Thanks for visiting the website of the Chiropractors' Association of Australia Victoria Branch (CAAVIC).

Chiropractic care has become widely accepted as a key service in the 21st century healthcare system and the Chiropractors' Association of Australia plays a vital role in ensuring that the public understand the value and usefulness of chiropractic care. The CAA works closely with our chiropractic members as well as locally based teaching universities at RMIT, CQU, and government,  to help ensure the best delivery of chiropractic care.

We have an obligation to ensure that our members uphold the highest possible standards of professional care and codes of conduct, to ensure chiropractic care is delivered best for the member of the public. We also encourage chiropractors  to work collaboratively in the health team.

We hope the site has been informative and encourage you to get in touch with our friendly staff at the CAAVIC office  - Norm, Jacqui and Franca - if you have any questions or want to know more about chiropractic care.


Dr Paul Bergamo

President, CAAVIC



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Dr Paul Bergamo

Dr Michelle Ronan

Dr Ari Diskin

Dr Kyle Keenan

Mr Norman Brockley


CAAVIC is run by a board of leading chiropractors drawn from across Victoria. The Association's administrative staff work from the Branch headquarters at 40 Dudley St, West Melbourne.




The objectives of the Victorian Brach of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia (CAAVIC) are:

  1. To promote Chiropractic as a unique, vital and integral component of health care.
  2. To advance the highest professional standards through education, research and practice.
  3. To further the rights and privileges of the membership and the profession.
  4. To further the authority of the Association as the voice of the profession.
  5. To stimulate membership growth, communication and active participation.
  6. To unify the profession.
  7. To develop and foster an effective administration.


Honour Board

The CAAVIC Honour Board recognises outstanding contributions towards the success of the organisation and the chiropractic profession. Click here to view the CAAVIC Honour Board.


CAAVIC Extraordinary General Meeting.

Saturday 26th May 2018

Amora Riverwalk

649 Bridge Road Richmond

3pm start

Additional to Agenda please take time to read the following papers

CAA Restructure Proposal

CAA Restucture Contingencies

Proforma Constitution

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