Gary is fortunate enough to be a second generation chiropractor. Being born and raised with the healthy benefits that a chiropractic lifestyle avails, it was of little surprise that he too became a chiropractor. Raised in Perth, Gary enjoyed an extremely active lifestyle with athletics, surf lifesaving, swimming and particularly, Australian rules football just some of his youthful pursuits. In 1996 he completed his Bachelor of Science at the University of Western Australia. Moving to Sydney to continue to study he completed his Masters of Chiropractic in 1999 and returned to practice at Stirling in 2000. He has since completed internationally recognised post graduate sports qualifications and has also completed a post graduate year in chiropractic paediatrics.
“Chiropractic has afforded me the tremendous opportunity to travel the globe in a variety of sporting and humanitarian endeavours.” In 2005 he enjoyed the honour of being selected as one of only 17 chiropractors worldwide to provide care at the World Games in Germany. He is also an avid supporter of the charity ‘Hands on India’, and has only recently returned from the sub continent where he had the privilege of providing chiropractic care to some of the most impoverished orphanage and slum communities within India.
As an ongoing beneficiary of the chiropractic lifestyle growing up and more recently as a proud father himself, Gary’s primary passion continues to remain that of a family orientated chiropractor. His focus is to enhance and optimise each individual’s wellbeing through professional and personable care. He continues to maintain an extensive interest within the field of sports chiropractic and counts many World Champions, Olympic Gold medallists and a host of international and domestic professional and amateur athletes as clients.