Dr Chris Knee (chiropractor) is an experienced clinician who treats conditions of the neuromusculoskeletal system (spine, muscle and joints).
With years of training and education, Chris is one of the most skilled and qualified chiropractors and sports chiropractors in Australia. His extensive education and training includes:
Bachelor of Science (University of Sydney and Macquarie University):
With a focus on biological and physical sciences, this degree provided him with extensive knowledge of how the body functions on a microscopic and macroscopic level.
Master of Chiropractic (Macquarie University):
Regarded as one of the best chiropractic programs worldwide, Macquarie University promotes an evidence-based model of chiropractic treatment and care. Through this program, Chris was taught diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation of the spine, sports and muscle conditions, injuries and how to treat pain related problems and conditions.
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and sports chiropractic specialty (USA):
In the USA, Chris received his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) qualification through comprehensive training and education under the Managing Director of the USA Olympic team, Dr William Monroe. The American-based program is known for having the highest standards in the field of strength and conditioning in the world. Today, Chris applies these learnt principles and knowledge to patients who want to recovery from sports injuries and enhance their performance.
McKenzie credentialed provider (The McKenzie Institute):
Chris is the first and only chiropractor in Australia to be a McKenzie credentialed practitioner. The McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) is an evidence-based internationally acclaimed form of treatment for spinal and extremity pain. The McKenzie Method provides the highest standard in rehabilitation strategies to help people overcome pain and improve their function after injury.
Chris completed his studies in Nutritional Medicine to provide consultation to patients about the ways nutrition can effectively help the recovery of spine, sports, muscle and joint injuries. Chris is passionate about nutrition as an adjunctive treatment to what he does in the clinic. He continues to work in this area providing talks and seminars.
Doctor of Physiotherapy (Macquarie University):
Chris is now completing his Doctor of Physiotherapy.
Chris is a member with various organisations, bodies and interest groups, including:
Learn more about Chris, how he treats, what he treats and what you can expect in his care.