is a partner of the Wahroonga Practice and an adjunct lecturer in neuromusucloskeletal diagnosis at Macquarie University. As an experienced and evidence-based clinician, Anthony regularly works via medical and specialist referral for chronic conditions. He completed his undergraduate training at the University of Queensland and his Clinical Masters degree (dux) at Macquarie University. Anthony then went on to complete advanced post-graduate training in both clinical neurology and orthopaedics to become a fellow of the International Academy of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (FIANM), and also a diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB) - one of few chiropractors worldwide to be board certified in both disciplines. Anthony plays a key leadership role in the continuing education of other chiropractors. He is the CEO of Clinical Development International
(CDI), a continuing education organisation for chiropractors that he cofounded in 2002. Anthony has developed over 300 hours of advanced online clinical training that is used by a University in the USA for a post-doctoral neuromusculoskeletal medicine training program for chiropractors. Anthony speaks in Australia and internationally on a regular basis and CDI has grown to deliver professional continuing education to chiropractors across Australia, New Zealand, UK and the United States.