An Aboriginal Health in Aboriginal Hands (AHAH) initiative which includes a chiropractic student outreach clinic.
Embedding a chiropractic program into an existing Indigenous community health service
NSW Indigenous Rugby League Carnival
Since 2011, HoHA have been involved in providing free treatments and services to players and the broader community at the Annual Indigenous Football Knockout, in partnership with Macquarie University and Southern Cross University.
Naidoc Family Sports Day
Volunteers provide a chiropractic presence at the Sydney Inner City Naidoc Family Sports Day.
HoHA began working in India in 2009 with participation in treatment camps.
Over 50 health-workers were trained by HoHA and many of these graduates now work as Myotherapists.
HoHA trained local health professionals in soft-tissue therapy techniques, which can be implement in clinics and hospitals.
Training offered to local health workers now includes joint treatment as well as specific muscle treatments.
HoHA have an emergency response team for bushfire season called APERN (Australian Practitioners Emergency Response Program)