Peter holds a Masters Degree in Chiropractic Science, and a Graduate Diploma in Human Services Research. He has taken many opportunities to get additional training, and has taught chiropractic himself for 13 years.

Chiropractic Research

Peter applies a variety of methods at the practice, from adjustments and manipulation to massage, dry needling and rehabilitative exercises. His approach is to tailor the care to suit the client’s needs. He also has a particular interest in chiropractic research, participates in international research and presents at conferences nationally and internationally. Peter has a website on pain drawings and Peter’s ResearchGate profile will give you more information on his work in research.

Peter is a member of the International Association for the Study of Pain, the World Federation of Chiropractic, and Chiropractic Australia. He believes that chiropractic care can be a valuable part of the healthcare system, and that health professionals can work together so people benefit from that when they are looking to treat or prevent pain.