Our team has a special interest in providing lasting treatment solutions for sporting injuries and neck and back pain. We focus on sports care, back and neck pain, headaches, work injuries, clinical pilates and remedial massage.
My qualifications include:
Doctor of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Exercise Science, Dry needling & Western Acupuncture, Dean Watson Headache Level 1, Manipulation of the Spine, Thorax & Pelvis
Physiotherapy Clinical Educators Workshop, Functional Strength Training / Kinetic Link Training, The everyday shoulder, Rocktape - Kinesiology and Power taping
I have worked with:
Football Gold Coast (Soccer) – Premier League Teams
Gold Coast Suns (AFL), International Football athletes (Soccer), Sporting injuries, Corporate injury prevention and management, Workplace injuries, Neck pain and whiplash, Musculoskeletal screenings, Posture assessments with various school students, The young, elderly, and everyone in between.
My special interests include:
Ankle injuries, Knee injuries – specifically ACL injuries + advanced rehabilitation, Manual therapy and manipulations, Musculoskeletal screenings for athletes, Headaches and migraines.
I could chat with you all day about...:
My family, Football (soccer) especially the English Premier League, How I want to increase the quality of Physiotherapy in Australia.
Scott graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in 1999 and has specialised in private practice since 2001. He has been a longstanding member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and is committed to continuing education, having completed further training including level 1 and level 2 Sports Physiotherapy courses and Western acupuncture and dry needling. Scott has a special interest in sporting injuries and has previously worked with elite level rugby league and soccer teams. More recently he has been involved in treating elite gymnasts and swimmers in the local area. Scott also provides training to several local worksites in ergonomics/manual handling and has completed Level 1 in Occupational Health.
Sarah graduated with a bachelor of Physiotherapy from James Cook University with a keen interest in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Sarah is an avid sports fanatic and has completed Level 1 Sports Physiotherapy in addition to being Dry Needling accredited. She also has a keen interest in paediatrics having completed Level 1 Paediatric Physiotherapy training. As a current Australian Physiotherapy association member, Sarah is dedicated to furthering her knowledge with contemporary professional development courses.