David's focus has always been on providing the best possible care and experience for his patients, and as Trident has grown he has enjoyed working and expanded the business with like minded practitioners who share the same values that Trident was initially built on.
These values are to apply a unique and tailored approach to musculoskeletal care whilst providing education, hands on 1:1 sessions, coupled with exercise to alleviate pain and improve performance.
David has a keen interest in working with athletes or anyone looking to get that little extra out of their body.
His focus is movement based management of musculoskeletal problems with an emphasis on assessing the QUALITY of movement within a skill. Whether that be a squat in a gym, running through the park or picking up your child. Each of these movements can be assessed into fundamental parts and rebuilt to create more robust humans performing at their optimal capacity.
Tahnee wants to know who you are and what you do for work, sport and hobbies. This enables her to better understand why you have pain or injury. She ensures you will get an individualised plan and the appropriate treatment to get you back to your best.
Tahnee has a Strength & Conditioning background and currently coaches at 360 Strength & Performance in Mona Vale and The Booty Parlour in Newport. Tahnee has a strong focus on rehabilitation and aims to bridge the gap in care between acute injury and a return to performance. She is passionate about helping female and youth athletes, achieve their best and reach their potential whilst making sure they have long careers in their sport and beyond.
Steve takes time to understand the history of your condition. His goal is not only to provide a diagnosis, but to empower you to understand what treatment options are available to help including what you can do for yourself. His approach is genuine and he works with you to achieve your goals while taking into account your general health and lifestyle factors.
Steve has a clinical interest in low back pain, neck pain and lower limb injuries. He also helps people with pain in the shoulder, hip, knee and ankle. Steve believes ongoing education is important. He is actively involved as a tutor/lecturer of Chiropractic students at Macquarie University. He keeps active and maintains his own fitness as a keen runner, bike packer and average surfer.
Nerissa has a special interest in restorative body work. She has a strong belief in the importance of Therapeutic Remedial massage to help aid in recovery and getting the body moving well. Her aim is to achieve full functional movements while allowing time for your nervous system to drop into a deep restful and reparative state.
In a quest to better understand injury prevention and to develop her style in assessment and treatment, Nerissa went on to learning the pilates method and becoming a Qualified Pilates Instructor. This gives her a greater understanding of the bio-kinematics of the body and the importance of treating the body as a whole.
Nerissa is dedicated to making the world a better place one massage at a time.