Chris completed his Masters in Osteopathy at Victoria University in 2019. He has been involved in sport his whole life and is particularly passionate about AFL football. This has heavily influenced his passion of the human anatomy and its relationship with optimal function.
Chris focuses on being a structural osteopath with an emphasis on soft tissue work, joint articulation and joint manipulation, individualising treatment to meet the specific needs of the patient. He also emphasises the importance of working together to manage injuries and pain at home, to empower his patients to reach all their health and performance related goals. Chris has a strong interest in treating lower limb complaints such as the knees and ankles, postural complaints and also headaches.
- Bachelor of Clinical Science (Osteopathy) – 2017
- Masters Of Health Science (Osteopathy) – 2019
- Member of Australian Osteopathic Association
- Dry Needling and Cupping – Level 1 – 2019
- Principles of Rehab and Performance – 2020
Chris has enjoyed the ongoing learning opportunities that are available to increase his knowledge of all the complexities of the human body. He enjoys working alongside his patients to get the best outcome, combining treatments with targeted rehabilitation programs that help his patients excel.
Chris loves the change of pace that Torquay brings, having grown up in Melbourne, and it’s where he wants to establish himself. Chris loves being active, whether its running or hitting the gym, but is very eager to improve his surfing.
When not at the clinic Chris enjoys his spare time outdoors with his partner, taking the dog for a walk, and catching up with friends and family. Chris also loves his footy and passionately supports the Essendon Football Club.