Since graduating from RMIT in 2004, Troy has worked as an associate in country Victoria and locumed throughout Australia before joining the c4w team in early 2011. Troy’s family have been receiving regular chiropractic care since Troy was a few days old, subsequently, he has a thorough understanding of just how chiropractic helps in growing up to live a natural, healthy and active life.
Troy’s integrated approach uses a range of chiropractic techniques including low-force adjustments using the Activator, manual and drop-piece adjustments. He is certified in the Webster Technique (for pregnancy), is advanced certified in SOT (Sacro Occipital Technic) and has recently become a qualified Craniopath (SOTOA). He specialises in cranial and TMJ issues, particularly in children and babies.
Troy is a member of the Chiropractors Association of Australia, the College of Chiropractic Neuro-developmental Peadiatrics and the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. He is also an active volunteer and member of the Australian Spinal Research Foundation and the Sacro Occipital Technic Organisation of Australasia.
Troy is passionate about allowing people of all ages to get healthy, and to naturally live a happy life at optimum health. As a chiropractor, he loves to help families over many generations, from babies only a few days old, right through to their great grandparents.