With extensive clinical experience as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist and high-level sporting background, Chris knows that regular exercise helps clients gain the strength and range of motion to control pain-free movement.
Graduating with a Bachelor of Sports Science from University of New South Wales in 2003 and a Masters of Physiotherapy in 2006 from the University of Sydney, Chris loves the challenge injured athletes provide a therapist to help them regain their strength, endurance and speed, and to build them back up to their previous levels without re-injury.
Chris combines an extensive clinical musculoskeletal caseload with physio-led clinical classes so he can prescribe exercise programs that address his client’s specific weaknesses and give a great result.
As a Q Pilates Physiotherapist, Chris’ special area of clinical interest include low back pain due to instabilitiy such as stress fractures, spondylolisthesis and SIJ dysfunction.
He has worked with many sporting teams on reducing injury rates and optimising recovery process including AFL, soccer, gymnastics, rugby union, hockey, cricket and running.
Chris teaches Clinical Physiotherapy Group classes
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