Angus is an active lifestyle enthusiast and has an extensive sporting background having played rugby union for the Manly Marlins for 12 years. His personal sporting endeavours left him plagued with injury and, as a result, is fully appreciative of the frustration and longevity of pain and injury. Angus offsets his own sporting woes by hiking, swimming at North Sydney Olympic Pool and surfing poorly at Manly Beach. 

Angus is an advocate of multi-modal therapy, a component he reiterates in his own practice, offering a pro-active brand of healthcare that is unique and personalised to the individual. He emphasises communication so that his patients can make informed decisions in a collaborative approach to their care. 

Angus has a keen interest in the management of all musculoskeletal concerns – from work and posture related discomfort, to sports injury prevention and management. He has worked alongside various sporting clubs inclusive off Manly-Warringah AFL, Narraweena Rugby League and Macquarie University Rugby Union. 

After studying a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Master of Chiropractic degree at Macquarie University, Angus graduated in 2017.  He is currently a member of Chiropractic Australia (CA) and the Chiropractic and Osteopathic College of Australasia (COCA). Angus is dedicated to continued professional development such that he can offer his patients a well-rounded and contemporary style of care.