Esyltt completed a five year degree in chiropractic at RMIT, Melbourne. She graduated in 1989, fulfilling a goal she had had since childhood. She recalls being just eight years old when she told her mother “When I grow up I’m going to be a chiropractor”.
Esyltt loves the family based nature of her practice. Helping families grow through the various phases of life is very rewarding. She has continued to pursue her passion for learning and chiropractic, completing a Masters degree in chiropractic paediatrics in 2010. The thesis she completed for her post graduate degree was on Reading Delay and Chiropractic. Since then she continues to study, including functional neurology.
Esyltt is a member of Chiropractic Association of Australia (CAA), Australian Spinal Research Foundation (ASRF), Chiropractic College of Paediatrics (CCP) and International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation (IAFNR).
Esyltt balances her professional life enjoying time with her husband and three adult children, walking on the beach, working out, preparing healthy nourishing meals for family and friends, travel and reading.