Chris’ passion and interest in the human body started at an early age. From childhood through to adulthood, he has always been an eager athlete, participating in tennis, soccer and athletics at state levels.
With all this sports participation, Chris was no stranger to the local chiropractor and physiotherapist. The more times he went, the more inquisitive he got. Through these sporting experiences, he knew he wanted to learn and work with the human body to understand its mechanics, anatomy, physiology and movement.
Realising this, he went on to gain his Bachelor of Science and Masters of Chiropractic from Macquarie University.
From here, Chris went on to practice at different clinics around Australia, until going to the USA to complete his strength and conditioning speciality and sports chiropractic speciality, under the Managing Director of the USA Olympic team.
To further his skills in helping people recover, Chris’ completed a nutrition degree in 2015. With this degree, he continues to look at how nutrition can be used to help people recover from injuries such as low back pain and neck pain.
Realising that the more you learn the more you need to learn, Chris decided to become a physiotherapist to complement his work. Chris is now completing his prestigious Doctor of Physiotherapy at Macquarie University.
- Bachelor of Science
- Master of Chiropractic
- Strength and conditioning specialist
- Nutritionist (registered with health funds)
- Doctor of physiotherapy (in progress)
- Chiropractic & Osteopathic College of Australia (COCA)
- Chiropractic Australia
- National Strength and Conditioning Association
- American Chiropractic board of Sports Physicians
- Australian Physiotherapy Association
- Sports Medicine Australia
- The McKenzie Institute