Marcus Drivas - Chiropractor & Sports Injury Therapist M.Chiro, B.Chiro. Sc.


Marcus has always had an interest in sports and healthcare, deciding to combine the two after the personal benefits he experienced himself when playing football as a teenager. As an evidence-based and experienced practitioner, Marcus uses the latest chiropractic techniques including soft tissue therapy, manual adjustments and mobilisations, dry needling and functional exercise advice and programming to tailor his care to the individual patient.

After completing his undergraduate training at Macquarie University, Marcus graduated from a clinical Masters degree at Macquarie University in 2014. Since then, he has worked full-time in private practice while concurrently holding the role of head lecturer and unit coordinator for a number of health science units across two campuses at Western Sydney University – teaching students across a wide range of health professions ranging from physiotherapy, occupational therapy, paramedicine, podiatry and many more.

Marcus has a strong philosophy of rehabilitation which constitutes a significant part of his care, focusing on the restoration of mobility and function of the neuromusculoskeletal system to ensure that the body can return to optimal function and performance. Marcus works across the spectrum of all age groups with keen interests in family care, acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries, sports injuries and chiropractic care for seniors.