Having grown up in a small town in country Victoria; I spent most of my time outdoors playing a range of sports and exploring nature. Being a lifeguard for 10 years, I always respected the human body and knew how delicate it could be. I witnessed the caring nature of Chiropractic care, when my mother became very unwell through a disc herniation. Immediately I knew that this profession would be well suited to my enthusiastic personality as well as the helpful nature of this career.
I attended RMIT University for 5 years and completed my Masters of Clinical Chiropractic with distinction. Also, I have completed further studies into Yoga Fundamentals, Dry Needling and Cupping. Whilst juggling university and further lifeguard and gymnasium positions, I completed training in the SD Protocol; therefore I am pleased to offer my specialised knowledge of how the nervous system is affected by posture, stress, nutritional and digestive issues to my patients.
As a young professional, my energetic attitude pushes me to strive for the best care for my patients. Having treated in Cambodia, I know firsthand, the importance of both symptomatic relief and functional care. I keep up to date with the latest research to ensure my patients leave our clinic happy and completely satisfied with my personal care level and attention to detail.
Steve is excited to be a part of the team at The Family Chiropractor Wagga and look forward to making a difference in the community. Committed to bringing you the latest chiropractic techniques to bring you back to doing the things you love.