BAppSc(Clin Sc), BChiroSc, BAppSc(Hum Biol), MNeuroSc(Can), MACC, MAAFN, MCAA
Dr. Simon Brice has been in practice in Gisborne since completing his studies in 2002. Simon first completed a Bachelors degree in Human Biology and had a small stint in microvascular research, before going on to complete his two Bachelor Degrees for his chiropractic qualification (Clinical Science and Chiropractic Science).
In 2004-2005 Simon also worked as a PHCRED Research Fellow in the Department of General Practice at The University of Melbourne, before becoming an Honorary Fellow since that time until February 2012. He was also inducted as a founding member of the Australasian College of Chiropractors (one of only about 100 across the world) for his services to chiropractic through research, and has published in journals such as the Medical Journal of Australia.
Simon has also been an examiner for RMIT, examining senior chiropractic students, and an examiner for the Victorian Registration Board examining overseas trained chiropractors. He was involved in chiropractic student selection for numerous years. Simon has taught senior students within the RMIT teaching clinics for a number of years, supervising patient management and conducting specialised tutorials, and supervising research writing groups. He has previously lectured Neuroscience at Endeavour College of Natural Health (formerly ACNM) to Musculoskeletal Therapy degree students as well as developed and written this neuroscience subject. Simon is currently a memeber of the Program Advisory Committe for the School of Health Sciences, RMIT.
Simon’s practice interests include lower back pain, disc injury and disease, shockwave therapy applications, families, sports injuries and neurolgical conditions such as balance disorders and dizziness/vertigo including vestibular rehabilitation. Simon has completed a two-year course in neurological rehabilitation and applications (including vestibular rehabilitation), which he hopes to complete as a Masters Degree in Neurological Science by finishing a thesis as soon as he can!
Simon has been nominated for a Powercor Macedon Ranges Business Excellence award, in the category of Customer Service. He has also been accepted as a member of the Australasian Academy of Functional Nuerology.