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Angus McEntyre
Chiropractor, Olympic Performance Coach & Strength Practitioner.

Angus is a Chiropractor, Sports Performance Coach & Strength Practitioner.  

As a Chiropractor, Angus has a strong focus on injury diagnosis, management and rehabilitation. He values patient education to give an understanding to his patients on how their injuries occur, how they can be managed and how to prevent injury reoccurrence. Angus tailors personalised rehabilitation programs for his patients to ensure further prevention of injury. As a Sports Chiropractor, Angus has worked with Club and Representative Teams in AFL and Rugby Union, and individuals who have represented at National and International level across a range of different sports.


Angus is very involved in the sporting world as an award-winning sports coach of athletes that have represented at National and International level in Athletics, AFL, Rugby League and Rugby Union. Angus is an active Olympic Track and Field and Strength and Conditioning coach, as a personal coach to numerous Track & Field Athletes on Athletics Australia's NASS and NSWIS Track & Field programs. Angus has represented as a Team Throws Coach with Athletics Australia at the World Championships and Commonwealth Games. Angus has also been involved with coaching Rugby Union teams at club and representative level. 


As a sportsman Angus represented NSW in Athletics and Rugby Union, which has shaped his expectations as a coach and practitioner. Providing him an understanding of the importance of sports injury diagnosis and correct treatment in managing sporting injuries to ensure a fast and safe return to sport. 


Angus combines his knowledge as a Coach with his Chiropractic to achieve the best possible outcome for all of his patients. Angus values and encourages athlete enjoyment and self-improvement in their selected sports. Angus strives to continue working with athletes as a Sports Chiropractor and/or a Coach, by continually analysing and assessing their performance, to ensure the best possible outcome to improve their performance and manage injury.


  • Master of Chiropractic (MChiro Macquarie University)

  • Bachelor of Chiropractic Science (BChirSc Macquarie University)

  • FICS ICSC International Sports Chiropractor

  • AICE (Sports Chiropractic Australia) Titled Sports & Exercise Chiropractor

  • Level 4 Specialist Throws & Level 3 Advanced Event Athletics Australia & Australian Track and Field Coaches Association Coach

  • Level 3 Elite (PCAS-E) Australian Strength and Conditioning Association Coach

  • Level 2 Sports Medicine Australia Full Professional & Sports Trainer

  • Level 2 Australian Rugby Union Coach 

Angus has obtained further training and certifications in: 

  • Sports Biomechanics & Analysis,

  • Active Release Techniques® Full Body Therapist (Spine, Upper Limb & Lower Limb),

  • Dry Needling (Masterclass),

  • Instruments Assisting Soft Tissue Mobilisation (RockBlades),

  • Kinesiotaping (Rocktape, ActiveTape),

  • Low Level Laser Therapy

  • Sports Taping. 


  • 2013 ATFCA NSW Branch Little Athletics Coach of the Year

  • 2014 NSW Sports Award Young Coach of the Year Runner Up


  • 2020 Tokyo Olympics Finalist Coach 

  • 2022 World Athletics Championships Finalist Coach 

  • 2022 Commonwealth Games Silver Medalist Coach 

  • 2023 World Athletics Championships Bronze Medalist Coach


  • Strength Training for Children and Adolescents: A progression to future health and performance. Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning. 2018. Volume 26 Issue 5. Pp. 48-71. 

Major Presentations

  • 2019 – Australian Strength and Conditioning Associations International Conference. Age Identification: Progressing Children and Adolescent Strength Training

  • 2020 Australian Sports Chiropractic and Exercise Association. Managing Elbow Injuries with Elite Javelin Throwers

  • 2021 Australian Strength and Conditioning Associations International Conference. Becoming Masters of Tissue Adaptation: A Multi-Modal Approach to Sports Injury Management through Sports Medicine, Strength and Conditioning

  • 2022Australian Sports Chiropractic International Symposium. Becoming Masters of Tissue Adaptation: A Multi-Modal Approach to Sports Injury Management through Chiropractic, Strength and Conditioning​

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