About 2018-03-21T14:19:48+00:00


At Trident MT our focus is to create less dependence on the role of passive care.

The accurate diagnosis of dysfunctional movement is essential to applying treatments to the root cause of the problem and not just the symptoms. In utilising an evidence-based approach to manual therapy including a multidisciplinary skill set, active care, and education,

we help you, help yourself!


David Stroud
David StroudChiropractor
David was a little kid with big dreams, literally, he was tiny. Although initially perusing other careers along the lines of professional baseball player and rock star – Dave decided that was too mainstream for his vibes, ultimately he needed an industry that would challenge him.
When Stroudy eventually grew into his boots and gave up on the idea of singing backup with Daryl Braithwaite (not before learning all the lyrics to The Horses) he started studying Chiropractic at Macquarie University. He learnt some important information on the human body and even singing.

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.

Stephen Sharp
Stephen SharpChiropractor
Despite growing up in Pennant Hills and attending a highly sought after private school on a saxophone scholarship, apparently, he’s not a bad bloke.
After this rather dark and unfortunate time of his life Steve came to his senses and followed a girl to the Northern Beaches where he took up a career of surfing, reading peninsula living and refusing to travel over bridges.
Steve has managed to half finish a grand total of 3 major races, including two UTA50’s and a half Ironman. With this level of experience out in the thick of it he’s sure to be able to make you at least half the athlete you would like to be.
When he wasn’t out hitting the trails or on the saddle spinning out to West Head he spent 5 years of studying to become a Chiropractor. After the intense level of scrutiny that comes with the Chiropractic Master’s program Steve decided that just wasn’t enough and continued his post-graduate studies with a Master of Research at Macquarie University. As part of this he investigated the associations between adolescent health and somatic pain. He is actively involved at Macquarie University as a tutor and lecturer to Chiropractic students on the topics of biomechanics, orthopaedics and public health.
Through his mixture of clinical expertise and research rigour Steve adds another dimension to the clinic and he looks forward to getting involved with running and multisport communities on the Northern Beaches.


Contact us today to get your journey underway.