Where did you study?
University of Sydney for EP and Western Sydney University for Sport and Exercise Science
What are your areas of interest?
Sports Injuries, Movement Patterns, Lower Back Pain, Knee Injuries, Hip/Pelvic Pain, Ankle/Feet, Complex Pain, Diabetes and Chronic Health, High Performance, Neurological, sport specific (soccer, footy, netball, golf),
What's your why?
I became an EP because I've always had an interest in understanding the cause of injuries and not only how to treat them but also why they occur. I have a passion for helping anyone with chronic disease whether they have acquired this through complex problems or lifestyle factors. As humans we are designed to move and unfortunately we currently live in a convenient and sedentary world. Changing the way someone moves has incredible outcomes to their life and to be part of that journey with them makes work not feel like work.
What's your guilty pleasure when you have free time?
I unfortunately have way too many hobbies and interests. From any type of sport and activity that includes ball sports and motor sports to spending time with my young kids.
The greatest movie of the last 50 years is?
Anything on Disney (a parents best friend)
What does the world need more of to be a better place?
I don't believe we need more of anything but rather we need less. If I had to answer, more Movement Therapists of course.
Favourite type of music?
I listen to everything and anything. (including Hayley's playlists at work)
If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life what would it be?
Pizza - the most diverse meal on the planet.
If you were marooned on a tropical island, which two staff members would you want with you and why?
David (my brother) because we think alike and will probably devise a way to escape quickly. Also Hayley for pure entertainment with her singing and stand up comedy. I would honestly take everyone if I could as we work incredibly well as a team.