Craig grew up with a love for sports and competition; competing in skiing, cycling, running and triathlon. It was this passion for sport combined with a strong interest in problem solving that led to his interest in biomechanics, injury prevention and the human body.
Drawing from both personal experience as a sportsman and his broad knowledge base, Craig believes in educating his clients about their body in the interest of self-care and injury prevention. He integrates manual therapy and where applicable, rehabilitation, to create a personalised treatment approach that reflects each individual, their complaint, and their goals.
Craig has a passion for learning and has undertaken a number of courses to extend his knowledge base including further study in dry needling, manipulation, RockTape, IASTM tools and Functional Neuro-Orthopedic Rehabilitation (FNOR).
He applies his wealth of knowledge to understanding the primary cause of the complaint and create individualised treatment plans for patients to return them back to their sport or chosen activity quickly.
Beyond the clinic, Craig is kept busy with cars, motorbikes, cycling, running, skiing and travel (normally with skiing).