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.