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Michael Ziade

Michael Ziade - Health Space Clinics

Michael graduated his Masters of Chiropractic in 2019 after previously achieving his Bachelor of Chiropractic Science in 2017 at Macquarie University. He is passionate about helping people of all ages with a wide variety of musculoskeletal problems to achieve their health goals. Michael is particularly interested in neck and back pain, headaches and sporting injuries.

Michael utilises a diverse range of techniques, including traditional chiropractic techniques, dry needling, soft tissue release and rehabilitation. Michael provides patient centred care by delivering a tailored approach to treatment, focusing on the patient’s individual goals, treating not only the symptoms but the underlying cause.

Michael has lived around the Ryde area his entire life and is very family orientated which is what attracted him to the Burwood and Rozelle clinics and communities. Michael loves to live an active lifestyle, having played football, baseball, basketball, swimming and frequenting the gym. He was first exposed to chiropractic care at the age of 16 after an ankle injury playing football, and with fantastic results, this motivated him to pursue a career as a chiropractor.

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