After a degree and 5 unfulfilling years working in the IT industry, Tony finally found his life’s passion when his chronic back pain was finally relieved through the help of chiropractic care. Tony completed a 3-year bachelor and a 2 year masters with distinction in Clinical Chiropractic from RMIT University. Over the past 7 years, Tony has continued his formal studies attaining both an Internationally Certified Clinical Sports Chiropractic diploma (ICCSP) as well as becoming a certified Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB). During those years, Tony has been consulting in a private clinic in the Melbourne bayside suburb of Hampton, where he also completed a 2-year residency with the most experienced and pre-eminent neuro-rehabilitation chiropractor in Australia, Dr Paul Noone. Throughout the past 7 years Tony has consulted on hundreds of complex neurological cases and post-surgical rehabilitations. His special interests are in the area of vertigo and balance disorders, developmental and learning difficulties and chronic pain. He also has a special interest in treatment and rehabilitation of shoulder, hip and knee conditions.
Tony is currently involved in a research project of the effects of eye movements on balance.