Dr Grant Wilkinson D.C, B.Sc, M.Sc is the head chiropractor at Wilkinson Chiropractic. He is a former professional ironman, a triple world champion with close to 80 medals at NSW
State, Australian and World Championships in the sport of surf life saving.
He was an Australian representative in the World Oceanman Series and was one of the ironmen chosen to appear on the Hollywood hit series Baywatch alongside megastars such as Pamela
Anderson and David Hasslehoff. Dr Wilkinson is also a NSW State representative in three different sports and an Australian representative in two sports giving him a very broad understanding and a unique
insight into sports injuries and sports performance spanning the last 25yrs
Along with this practical experience and extensive exposure to various manual therapies across this time Dr Wilkinson’s academic qualifications began with a Medical Science degree
(B.Sc, University of Wollongong) followed by a Masters of Science degree (M.Sc, Macquarie University) majoring in orthopaedics, neurology and biomechanics, as well as radiographic and radiology qualifications gained
through Sydney University. All of this helps ensure that Dr Wilkinson is one of the most experienced and qualified practitioners in his field.
Dr Wilkinson also practices the highly specialised and advanced Gonstead technique of chiropractic. This allows him to achieve greater and far longer lasting results than using other techniques and has been reported to be much safer, gentle and more effective.
Dr Wilkinson deals with all types of complaints and problems however his own sporting background combined with his academic and professional qualifications give him a unique and far
superior understanding of sporting injuries.
His other specialities and areas of interest include paediatrics (babies & children) and treating visceral or type ‘O’ complaints such as colic in babies, bed wetting,
headaches, asthma gastrointestinal complaints and much more.
If you would like to know more about how chiropractic can treat many more ailments than just a “bad back” click on the link in the navigation bar titled: WHAT WE TREAT.
Dr Wilkinson also runs the SurfElite website, a free educational resource for coaches and athletes housing information on sports training and coaching, sports and exercise science, sports
medicine, health, exercise and nutrition.
You can email Dr Wilkinson directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org