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Tony Guerrero

Massage Therapist
Tony Guerrero - Health Space Clinics

Tony is a practitioner at Health Space Clinics Mona Vale where he provides remedial and sports massage treatments. He has extensive experience working with professional athletes.

During the Bledisloe Cup he worked with the Australian Wallabies followed by commitments as a lead therapist for the New Zealand All Blacks and team leader for the Argentinian Pumas. In addition to international events, he is part of the team working with the NSW Waratahs and the Manly Sea Eagles.

He is passionate about working with patients with chronic conditions and specialises in neck, back and lumbar conditions.

Tony holds a Diploma of Remedial Massage and a Certificate IV of Massage from TAFE NSW. To complement his Allied Health qualifications, he completed post graduate business studies at Macquarie University attaining a Master Degree in Business Administration (MBA). Tony is a member on the Association of Massage Therapist (AMT) and is insured with Fenton Green.

With full access to HICAPS for medical insurance companies, he can be found at the following locations: Mona Vale Clinic: Friday 12:00pm to 6:00pm, Saturday 7:30am to 1:00pm

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