Josh completed his Bachelor and Master of Chiropractic degrees at Macquarie University in 2011, graduating with awards for research, diagnostic imaging, and academic excellence. He has since taught various subjects at Macquarie University including anatomy, pathology, diagnostic imaging and patient management.
While Josh thoroughly enjoys teaching, he is equally passionate about being part of the team at George St Chiropractic. His interests include musculoskeletal injury, pain management, biomechanics and rehabilitation. Josh appreciates the necessity to assess each individual and their needs, striving to arrive at a clear diagnosis and work together towards mutual treatment goals. He practices evidence based therapy and employs a variety of treatment techniques including soft tissue therapy, joint mobilisation, adjustments, dry needling, and exercise prescription. Josh regularly attends seminars to further his learning and skill set. These include:
- Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation A and B
- Dry Needling Level 1 and 2
- Yoga in Rehabiliation Level 1 and 2
- Selective Functional Movement Assessment Level 1
Ed holds a Diploma in Remedial Massage form NSW School of Massage and is currently enrolled at Macquarie University training as a Chiropractor.
Ed was raised in sunny England, where his physical interests started. Childhood Judo and Taekwondo sparked an appreciation for full and efficient movement. He then started spending too much of his time on a rugby pitch, where he was forced to consider the value of injury management and prevention, ensuring he felt good enough to turn up to his next game. He has since returned to the martial arts and can be found between treatments and uni rolling around on a Jujitsu mat.
His treatment aims to assist clients in achieving a balance between enough mobility and enough stability, aiming to encourage healing and to reduce the likelihood of re-injury.
Magdalena grew up in Poland, where she finished both her Bachelors and Masters of Physiotherapy at the Physical Academy in Katowice. Through her education and experience she developed an interest in Paediatrics. For the first few years of her career she worked in this field and continued her education, specialising in Neuro-developmental Therapy for kits with Neurological disorders and PNF Therapy.
After a year working in London she moved to Sydney in 2016. She continued to expand her interest into other modalities of manual therapy, graduating with a Diploma of Remedial Massage from NSW School of Massage. She found a new area of interest working with pregnant women, which tied in naturally with her passion for Paediatrics.
Outside of work she enjoys exploring Sydney, both on foot, or through her childhood love of roller-skating.
Dr. Steve Crome
Dr. Steve Crome
Steven was an intensive care nurse before becoming a chiropractor which gave him experience working along side medical specialists and nursing staff in hospital settings. His exposure to patients with serious medical conditions created a unique foundation for his patient management skills and bedside manners. Steven became a Doctor of Chiropractic in 1988. He obtained his undergraduate degree at UNSW and his postgraduate degree at the Sydney College of Chiropractic. Steven has continuously practiced in Sydney’s CBD since 1989. His interests stem around musculoskeletal injuries and pain management (headache, jaw pain, neck and back pain, sports injuries, arthritis, etc). Steven completed many osteopathic electives in the final two years of his degree and has an enormous respect for physiotherapy. He practices evidence based therapy and often combines elements from Physiotherapy, Osteopathy and Chiropractic.
John has been working for Steven Crome since 2000 after graduating as a massage therapist from the Australian College of Natural Therapies. John has many years experience in the field and has grown to have a passion for his work. John has assisted Steve by massaging the patients as part of the treatment. This clinical exposure has provided John with experience matched by few. John is renowned for the amount of energy he gives in his massage and his specialties in deep tissue work. John has grown to use his hands to evaluate the texture, tightness and mobility of the underlying, superficial and deep, soft tissue structures. Through the use of a varying pressure, John has mastered the art of breaking up fibrous adhesions (scar tissue) and promotes stretching motions to enhance venous and lymphatic flow as well as normalising joint movement.
Steph joined the team at George St Chiropractic in 2014. Graduating from the NSW School of Massage, specialising in remedial massage, sports massage, pregnancy massage and rehabilitation massage.
Steph’s friendliness, experience, and innate ability to target the actual source of muscular discomfort has gained her many loyal clients and a great repertoire.
Chiropractic is an allied healthcare profession that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of neuromusculoskeletal pain and conditions as well as the effects these conditions have on general health. Chiropractors are highly trained specialists of spine related musculoskeletal conditions. However, chiropractors are by no means limited to treat conditions related to the spine. Chiropractic encompasses all musculoskeletal tissues in the body including the limbs. When managing a particular condition, chiropractors take more than the site of pain into consideration and endeavour to find the origin of the issue to ensure a complete recovery and to minimise re-occurrence.