Monday: 1:30pm – 7pm
Tuesday: 8am – 1pm
Wednesday: 2pm – 7pm
Thursday: 8am – 7pm
Saturday: 8am – 2pm
- Dry Needling Certificate (Murdoch University)
- RockTape 1: Kinesiology Taping Course
Dr Harold Nguyen – Scarborough Chiropractor
Dr Harold Nguyen (Chiro) graduated from Murdoch University with a double degree in a Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic) and a Bachelor of Chiropractic. He is a passionate Chiropractor with a keen interest in health, mobility and strength, as well as training regularly in combat sports (BJJ and MMA).
Being the youngest sibling in a family full of health professionals (including a Physiotherapist, Pharmacist, and another Chiropractor), Harold is no stranger to the allied health workforce. He understands the importance of addressing the underlying cause of the problem, as well as treating its symptoms.
In his spare time outside the clinic, you can find Harold training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, DJing a wedding, or simply buried underneath a book at the beach.
Harold takes a holistic patient-centred approach with his initial assessments, aiming to understand the various lifestyle factors or habits (such as posture, sleep and nutrition) which may be contributing to the cause of the underlying problem.
He utilizes a range of techniques which are individualized for the client’s goals, including spinal adjustments, mobilizations, soft tissue therapies, and dry needling.
In addition to Harold’s range of manual therapy techniques, he often compliments his treatments by taking clients through strength and conditioning exercises, focusing on helping them reach their health goals and enjoying a pain-free lifestyle.
OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE WITH CHIROPRACTIC
As a regular BJJ (Brazilian Jiu Jitsu) competitor himself, Harold understands the importance of performing optimally when it comes time to shine – whether it’s related to load management or limitations in one’s ranges of motion.
He also recognizes the importance of correctly rehabilitating a sports injury, ensuring that the client can return to performing at their very best, and minimizing any chances of reinjury in the future.