Sports trainer is new chi­ro­prac­tor in town


MICHAEL Fusca will be manag­ing the prac­tice of Ros Ritchie’s son Robert Adams in the longer term un­til the lat­ter’s re­turn to Mans­field, af­ter his three year stay in Queens­land.

The prac­tice has been set up in the premises of the for­mer den­tal clinic at 24 Highett Street, and con­tin­ues the prac­tice of an ear­lier chi­ro­prac­tor, Ken­neth Givens, from whom Robert bought the ex­ist­ing prac­tice.

It is also pos­si­ble oth­ers will join the prac­tice soon, pro­vid­ing both chi­ro­pract­ing and acupunc­ture treat­ments.

The new oc­cu­pant grad­u­ated as a chi­ro­prac­ter last year from RMIT Univer­sity, where dur­ing his stud­ies he also dou­bled as the sports trainer for the Preston Bul­lants.

Mr Fusca said he would like to co­or­di­nate his effort with other prac­tices and prac­ti­tion­ers in town, such as Mans­field District Hos­pi­tal, doc­tors and the in­door aer­o­bics cen­tre. “This is not about com­pe­ti­tion,” he said. “I want to see peo­ple re­lieved of their pain and get the most ben­e­fi­cial out­come.”

The chi­ro­prac­tor lists gym work, dirt bikes, cars and snow­board­ing among his in­ter­ests.

PAIN RE­LIEF: Chi­ro­prac­ter Michael Fusca aims to bring re­lief from pain to Mans­field towns­peo­ple, al­though he may have been work­ing a lit­tle too long on this for­mer res­i­dent.

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