Ed is a Sports Physiotherapist and a principal at QSMC. He graduated from the University of Queensland with first class honours in 1998, and has a Masters degree specialising in Sports Physiotherapy. He worked at the Mater Hospital and private practice prior to working in London, heading the sports medicine and occupational health division of BUPA Wellness. Ed has been the Head Physiotherapist for the Australian Rugby Union, Wallabies, working with them for 2007-2010. Ed worked as Sports Medicine Coordinator for the Australian Rugby Union from 2011-2014.
He was an Olympic team physiotherapist at the Athens games. Ed has also worked with the Queensland Reds Rugby Union, Brisbane Lions AFC, Australian and Queensland Softball Team, Queensland Swimming Team, the Queensland AFL team, the Great Britain Paralympic Swimming Team, the Lawn Tennis Association, and the University of Queensland Rugby Union Club. Ed has now taken a clinical administration role managing the Queensland Sports Medicine Centre and Aspire Fitness and Rehabilitation.
QSMC has the most Sports Physiotherapists under one roof in Queensland with seven practising APA Sports Physiotherapists.
QSMC Pilates is the integration of physiotherapy therapeutic exercise, real time ultrasound and clinical Pilates.
A Sports Physician is someone who is qualified as a regular GP, and has then done extensive additional training in the area of Sports Medicine.
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Aspire Fitness & Rehabilitation delivers exercise physiology & rehabilitation services, personal training & group fitness training services.read more