11/35 Old Northern Road, Charrington Court
Baulkham Hills, NSW 2153
William is a graduate from Macquarie University, with Bachelor of
Chiropractic Science and Master’s Degrees in Chiropractic Science.
After graduating, William initially worked on the Northern Beaches for a time. Before
eventually returning to his roots as someone who grew up in the Hills.
His interest in becoming a Chiropractor first started when he was a young teenager and elite
level track athlete competing in sprint events as well as playing a significant amount of
Football. He sought the help of a Chiropractor to help recover from and reduce the chance
of further injury and increase athletic performance.
William takes a special interest in musculoskeletal conditions focusing on injuries of the
spine and peripherals using preventative and rehabilitative strategies. William’s passion for
sport has translated into his ability to treat things from a functional and movement based
William utilizes a variety of treatment modalities including - Dry Needling, IASTM
(Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization), soft tissue therapy and chiropractic manual
adjustments as well as active rehabilitative exercises to enhance the outcomes and achieve
long term change for his clients. William is also an accredited WorkCover clinician.
William has expanded his knowledge to allow him to attain the best results for his clients.
The techniques include:
In his spare time, William is a keen Golfer with a high handicap and regularly works out in the Gym when he can’t make it to the green or the range. His knowledge of strength training and history as an Athlete and Swimming teacher have aided his ability to identify weaknesses in a broad range of clients he treats. Ranging from the elderly to athletes, this knowledge enables and aids him to implement the correct rehabilitative procedures that will help return his clients to their best. William is constantly striving to further his learning and ancillary his skills with a strong focus on postural correction and strength.