Megan has a Bachelor in Chiropractic Science, a Master of Chiropractic and has recently completed a Master of Research (currently under review) for which she was awarded the 2020 ANZMUSC/CA Scholarship.
Megan currently and for the past three years has taught Chiropractic skills units at Macquarie University.
Megan has five years experience in pole and aerial fitness (lyra and silks) and was previously an aerials and pole instructor. She has 10 years experience in Irish Dance, with State and National championship wins under her belt.
Megan’s love of sports from early childhood extends to having participated or competed in rock climbing, swimming, tennis, golf, archery, jazz, hip hop, skiing (water and snow), and musical theatre.
Megan’s knowledge covers a wide range of neuromusculoskeletal conditions with a deep interest in the biomechanics and injury mechanisms associated with sports. She uses a variety of techniques including chiropractic adjustments, mobilisations, soft tissue massage, dry needling, and personalised exercise rehabilitation, with previous experience in adjunctive therapies (tens, interferential, and ultrasound), radial shockwave, cold laser, and radiology.