Ms. Prasad had initially studied in the United States of America for five years before settling down to practice in Australia for the past two years.
Ms. Prasad confirmed that students accompanying her were in their last three months of study before graduating.
Ms. Prasad and her team have been visiting schools, hospitals, churches, government departments and communities to offer them free treatment. This type of free visits is the first of its kind but that it would be an annual event.
Chiropractice basically deals with the nervous system and the spinal cord.
There are twenty four movable bones which make up the spine and this 24 bones move due to exposure to physical stress, chemical stress and emotional stress which affects the movement of the twenty four bones.
Chiropractic is a unique form of health care which stresses an overall body wellness.
The focus of chiropratory is to locate and help correct spinal problems that are disrupting the controlling nerve impulse between the brain and every cell, tissue, organ and system of your body.
Personnel at the Labasa Police Station got first hand treatment in the form of massages and checkups for any irregularities with their bones and body parts.
Station Officer Labasa, Sergeant Viliame Tokalauvere said that the station was really lucky to have a visit as such.