Francesco Fronzoni

Francesco began his career as a physiotherapist in Italy and is now fully qualified to practise in Australia. He has been a professional rugby player and represented Italy in the Junior Rugby World Cup in 2006. In fact it was after receiving treatment for a number of rugby injuries that led him to become a Chiropractor.

With professional Chiropractic experience which includes being part of the support team for the Manly Sea Eagles, Francesco especially enjoys looking after patients with sports injuries. He works closely with athletes to help them prevent, manage and overcome their injuries – utilising both physiotherapy and chiropractic techniques.

Francesco prides himself in being able to care for the whole family focusing on preventative care and being able to treat a wide spectrum of conditions.

Francesco is specialised in functional assessment and treatment of:
•    Low back pain
•    Neck pain
•    Headache and migraine
•    Tennis/golf elbow
•    Hamstring strains and muscle tears
•    Ankle sprains and Foot injuries
•    Shoulder injuries
•    Knee injuries
•    Sciatica and Disc bulges/Protrusion/ Herniation
•    Poor posture
•    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
•    Frozen shoulder
•    RSI in hands/fingers
•    Running injuries
•    Plantar fasciitis
•    ITB syndrome
•    Hip and groin pain
•    Achilles tendinopathy

Francesco actively participates in professional development courses and seminars, such as ART (Active release technique) and FICS Diploma (International Federation of Sport Chiropractic). This enables him to maintain a high standard of care and continued development of his clinical skills.

In his free time, Francesco enjoys touch rugby, snorkelling, cooking Italian meals, watching movies and travelling. Francesco speaks fluent Italian and is a member of the Chiropractic Association of Australia.

Francesco's Qualifications
  • Masters of Chiropractic – Macquarie University
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy – University of Florence (Italy)
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