Clancy completed his Chiropractic studies at RMIT Melbourne with a Double Bachelor in Health Science and Applied Science (Chiropractic). He received an outstanding achievement for his work in his final year where he graduated and began work as a Chiropractor.
Clancy has a special interest in health and particularly in modalities that allow the body to heal naturally. He believes that the most important factors in helping clients is through a concise diagnosis, an open dialogue and a caring heart.
Clancy employs a wide range of treatment modalities including manual adjustments, drop piece, activator, blocks, dry needling, cupping, soft tissue release and exercise rehabilitation. He is ready to adapt his care to the individual and is always on the search for new skills and backed treatment methods that will assist him with his work.
Priding himself as an evidence-based practitioner, Clancy is continually striving for greater knowledge, taking a focused interest in the underlying biomechanical, neurological, and functional systems of the human body. He is certified with the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) for golf injury management, functional assessment and rehabilitation, and is currently undergoing further training in Sports Chiropractic.
Clancy has a particular interest in treating:
- Migraines and headaches
- Spinal injuries
- Chronic pain
- Vertigo and balance dysfunction
- Sports injuries
B.HSc, B.AppSci (Chiropractic)
Myofascial Dry Needling (MMA) – Level 1
TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) Certified – Level 1
Out of work, Clancy lives a healthy and active lifestyle. He enjoys going to the gym, playing golf and hiking regularly, and is an avid snow-boarder in winter and beach-goer in the summer. He is also partial to a good podcast and book to keep the mind sharp.