Tim Oostenbroek graduated from the University of Queensland as a physiotherapist in 1997. He subsequently completed his Masters in Physiotherapy (Sports) and is a titled APA Sports Physiotherapist.
Tim has worked extensively in professional sport and private practice. He was the Head of Medical and Physiotherapy Services at Brisbane Roar from 2009 – 2015.During this period, the club was successful in winning two (2) A-League premierships and three (3) A-League Championships and broke the record for the longest period without losing in Australian domestic sport (36 matches). He has also worked with Queensland cricket, the Queensland Reds, AFL Queensland and with several National teams with Football Australia. Tim is also a published co-author in Injury Prevention.
Tim has a strong interest in management of football injury and enjoys the challenge of helping athletes working to fulfil their athletic potential. He has a particular interest in hip and groin pathology. He also enjoys working with athletes in post-surgical rehabilitation and in guiding their recovery through the initial stages through to late stage return to sport using progressive exercise interventions and evidence based return to sport guidelines.
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