Along with his chiropractic degree Colin has a post-graduate degree in sports chiropractic. He’s been in practicefor 25 years working with a variety of patients ranging from all levels of health and age. This also includes extensive experience working closely with Olympians, elite triathletes, adventure racers, swimmers, cyclists and runners.
Colin uses a combination of skilled manual therapies, western acupuncture and targeted rehab exercises to help you attain peak fitness, strength and biomechanical efficiency irrespective of your age. He has an affinity for treating complex or unresolved, spinal-related issues. He’s had special training in core strength and spinal stabilisation. For patients, this means Colin provides the treatment that leads to improved mobility as well as the guidance that teaches patients how they can strengthen their spine and bodies core stability and thereby lessen the likelihood of recurring problems.
Colin is also a trained health and wellness coach, an avid adventure racer as well as a trekker, kayaker, father and explorer. He is also an active member and group facilitator of MensWellbeing.org which is a non-profit organisation committed to improving the wellbeing of individual men and in turn strengthening the families and communities those men belong to. All of which exemplifies his holistic approach to a health, balanced, purposeful life, personal growth and individual wellness.
His further interests include meditation, cooking and keeping fit. He is a mind-full ethical chiropractor who understands that each client is unique and requires different care or help.