Morgan has been a practicing chiropractor since 2012. In addition to providing treatment for musculoskeletal issues, he has a particular interest in working with patients to assist them in managing chronic (long-term) spinal pain and headaches. To further this interest he has completed a Master of Science in Medicine with a focus on pain management.
In addition to spinal manipulation, Morgan uses dry needling, stretching, traction, taping and rehabilitation strategies. He also places an emphasis on explaining pain in a way that aims to improve patient function.
Morgan has a strong interest in evidence-based practice and enjoys collaborating with other health practitioners to provide care for patients.
When he is not in clinic Morgan can be found at Curtin University where he lectures in clinical anatomy in the School of Biomedical Sciences.