Martin Frutiger is a chiropractor at Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) with experience in diagnosing, treating and preventing a wide range musculoskeletal injuries and conditions using evidence-based chiropractic treatment.
He is currently training with McKenzie Institute Australia to earn his credentials in McKenzie therapy, an internationally recognised specialisation that delivers the highest education standards in mechanical diagnosis and therapy. Once he is accredited Martin will be the second chiropractor in Australia to be McKenzie certified.
As well as treating, Martin is also a postgraduate researcher and Neuroanatomy Tutor at Macquarie University with the Faculty of Science and Engineering. He teaches undergraduate medical and allied health students the workings of the brain and spinal cord.
With an interest in research, Martin has made significant contributions to the field with several published peer-reviewed scientific papers on public health and occupational medicine. In March 2017, he presented his research findings at the World Federation of Chiropractic Conference in Washington D.C.
- Diploma of Remedial Massage (RMT)
- Bachelor of Science (B.Sc)
- Graduate Diploma of Chiropractic (Grad.Dip Chiro)
- Master of Chiropractic (M.Chiro)
- Master of Research (M.Res)