Meet our team

We’re proud to offer an extensive team of highly experienced and skilled health professionals. Our practitioners are highly regarded in their respective fields and have a continued commitment and desire for ongoing education. Many of our practitioners have worked with Olympic athletes and are trusted to look after the well-being of many Australian sport teams. You can learn more about each of our practitioners below. 

Specialist Area Physiotherapists

Chris Brady

Director, Specialist Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2009)

Involvement with teams: 

  • Red Bull Racing Australia
  • Gymnastics Australia
  • Aerial Skiing Australia
  • Manchester Commonwealth Games Australian Team
  • Triathlon Queensland QAS
  • Gymnastics Queensland QAS

Available at: Bowen Hills and Woolloongabba

About Chris:

Chris is a Specialist Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2009) and a Director at QSMC. He graduated from the University of Queensland in 1990 and completed a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 1999 where he researched lumbar spine stress fractures in gymnastics. In 2009 he was awarded the title of Specialist Sports Physiotherapist for his work with gymnastics, acrobatics, and circus.

Chris has worked for a variety of the nation’s national sporting teams including Gymnastics, Triathlon, and Aerial Skiing. With a specific interest in coordination and motor control, He has spent the last decade travelling with Australia’s premier motorsport team, Red Bull Racing Australia.

Chris treats from both our Bowen Hills and Woolloongabba clinics.

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2007)

Involvement with teams: 

  • Australian Cricket Men’s teams
  • Australian Cricket Women’s teams
  • Queensland Cricket Men’s team
  • Sydney Olympics – Football 
  • Auckland Commonwealth Games

Available at: Bowen Hills

About Kevin: 

Kevin is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. He graduated as a physiotherapist from Auckland in 1986, completed a Masters degree in Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy) from the University of Queensland (UQ) in 1991, and completed his PhD in physiotherapy at UQ in 2003.

Over the past 20 years as physiotherapist for Cricket Australia and Queensland Cricket, Kevin has provided physiotherapy services and workload guidance to all levels of men’s and women’s teams (national and state) including Test match tours, International One-day series, T20 and age-group World cups, touring extensively internationally. He has managed the rehabilitation of Australia’s elite cricketers from long term bone, muscle, and tendon injury. He has extensive experience and expertise in the assessment and management of lumbar stress fractures, lower limb bone stress injuries and low back pain in athletic and general populations. Working in a cricket environment has also cultivated specific skills in the assessment and management of the upper limb (especially throwing injury to the shoulder and elbow) and managing the rehabilitation and training loads of athletes through adolescence. Kevin has an interest in injury prevention and led the development of the physiotherapy cricket screening assessment used in all Australian States. He also has a PhD and as an active researcher is widely published on lumbar bone stress, other cricket injuries and hip dysfunction.

For over 30 years Kevin has been teaching post-graduate physiotherapists at UQ and regularly provides professional development courses for physiotherapists internationally and within Australia. He is a regular examiner and mentor for the Australian College of Physiotherapy specialisation process. When he is not at work he is a busy taxi running kids to sporting events and may be sighted on his mountain bike on the trails around Brisbane.

Sports and Exercise / MSK Physiotherapists

Director, APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Brisbane Lions AFL
  • Squash Australia
  • Athletics QAS 
  • Australian Track and Field

 

Available at: Bowen Hills and Woolloongabba

About Shane: 

Shane is an APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist and a Director at QSMC. He completed both his Masters of Physiotherapy (Sports) and undergraduate Physiotherapy degrees at the University of Queensland. Shane has been involved in a variety of elite sports, both professional and amateur, throughout his career.

Some of Shane’s career highlights include attending 2 Olympic games, 2 World Athletic Championships, and a Commonwealth Games as part of the Australian Track and Field team, and another Commonwealth Games as Physiotherapist and Team Manager of the Squash team. He worked for the Brisbane Lions football club for 12 years, of which 7 years he had the role of head Physio and Medical Coordinator. He is currently involved with a number of QAS sporting programs.

Shane has extensive experience in treating sporting populations and enjoys using the skills he has developed treating elite athletes and teams and applying them to all of his clients at QSMC. He enjoys treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, but has a particular interest in injuries from running based sports, and hip, groin and hamstring injuries.

APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Wallabies Australian Rugby Union Team
  • Personal Physiotherapist to Harry Kewell
  • Australian Volleyball
  • Australian Hockey
  • Australian Softball
  • Australian Track & Field
  • Waratahs Super 14 Rugby Team
  • NSW Gymnastics
  • Fiji Rugby

 

Available at: Woolloongabba

About David:

David began his studies in Melbourne where he completed a Diploma in Medical Radiography. Following an interest in Sports Medicine he then completed a degree in Physiotherapy through the University of Sydney. After completing a graduate diploma in Sports Physiotherapy he was titled a Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist through the Australian Physiotherapy Association. David was a founding partner at ‘Sydney Sports Medicine Centre’ in 1992 at Sydney Olympic Park. He worked there for 12 years, working with several Olympic sports during this period. During that time he worked and travelled domestically and internationally with a number of Australian teams in sports such as volleyball, gymnastics, hockey, softball and track and field.

David began working with NSW Rugby Union in the late 90s and in 2002 began work with the Waratahs NSW Rugby Union team. He was appointed as Physiotherapist to the Wallabies Australian Rugby Union team in Oct 2001 and worked with them until the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France. In 2000 David was awarded the Australian Sports Medal for his services to sport.

He established a Tendinopathy clinic in 2005 with the North Sydney Sports Medicine Centre. In Dec 2009 he took up a position with Harry Kewell in Istanbul, Turkey, leading up to the 2010 World Cup. On return from Turkey, David relocated to Brisbane and joined the QSMC team. His wealth of experience is a true asset to the clinic.

David has worked with St Joseph’s Gregory Terrace in their rugby program providing Physiotherapy to their First XV since 2013. David continues to provide post graduate education to Physiotherapists through courses with the Australian Physiotherapy Association and workshops domestically and internationally in the management of lower limb tendon problems and running assessment for Physiotherapists, Podiatrists and Personal Trainers. David is working on the development and automation of risk assessment in the workplace with companies like BHP and OI glass and enjoys working with a myriad of complex and challenging problems in the clinic.

APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Cycling Australia
  • Swimming Australia
  • Brisbane Lions AFC 
  • AIS & QAS teams 
  • Atlanta Olympic Games Australian Team
  • Sydney Olympic Games Australian Team
  • London Olympic Games Russian Federation
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Available at: Woolloongabba

About Victor:

Victor is one of Australia’s leading APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapists with over 30 years’ experience working with athletes of all levels. Victor was an Olympic Team physiotherapist in Atlanta, Sydney and London.

He has extensive experience in cycling, having worked on the Tour de France a number of times, as well as international road and track cycling programs. Victor has also been involved since 1989 in Swimming: with QAS, Australian and international teams.

His football involvement includes working with the Brisbane Lions AFC, QLD Reds and AIS Rugby programs. Victor has also worked with international level athletes in sports such as Diving, Water Polo and Triathlon.

APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Tennis Australia – Australian Open and National Academy 
  • National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA)
  • Men’s Gymnastics High Performance Centre (Melbourne)
  • Powerlifting Team
  • London Paralympics 2012
  • Wheelchair Tennis Team

 

Available at: Woolloongabba

About Penny: 

Penny graduated from Latrobe University in 2004 and completed her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2011. Since then, she has worked with various athletes and in private practice, providing musculoskeletal management for athletes, varying in age, recreational to elite.

Penny has gained extensive experience treating dancers, circus performers, gymnasts, and worked with artists from various musical theatre productions. She worked at the National Institute of Circus Arts in Melbourne for over a decade as well as with Circus Oz. Penny has also worked in the central headquarters clinic at the London Paralympics 2012 and continues her involvement with para-sports and the Wheelchair tennis program. Penny also works as a physiotherapist at Tennis Australia with their National Academy athletes, at the Australian Open and Pro Tour tournaments.

Penny has a holistic approach to treatment and enjoys treating a large variety of musculoskeletal conditions. She has a particular interest in managing shoulder, elbow and wrist injuries, hip pathology, and managing complex and long-standing presentations.

APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Available at: Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills

About James: 

James joins the QSMC team as a Physiotherapist with 5 years of experience working in private practice. He has also recently graduated with a Master’s Degree in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. As an ex-athlete, James has a particular interest in sports injuries and rehab. Having been through surgery and rehab during his athletic career, he understands what it’s like to be set back. On the weekends, you can often find James exploring local parks with his trusted dog by his side.

Geoff De Jager

APA Musculoskeletal, Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Royal Air Force – Elite Harrier Jump-Jet Pilots
  • Brisbane Lions Reserves 
  • Samoan Rugby League
  • AIS Squash

 

Available at: Bowen Hills and Woolloongabba

About Geoff:

Geoff graduated from the University of Queensland as a Physiotherapist in 1997. He has completed a double Masters in Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2010 and was awarded the title of APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist.

Geoff has worked extensively in private practice in Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, as well as overseas in the UK. His UK experience includes working with the Royal Air Force, where he was Head Physiotherapist at Cottesmore Air Force Base for their elite Harrier Jump-jet pilots. On the Sunshine Coast, Geoff worked with surf sports and an elite tennis academy, as well as being a Team Physiotherapist for the Sunshine Coast Stingrays Premier Rugby team. He has subsequently had varied experience with sporting teams including Brisbane Lions Reserve Grade, Samoan Rugby League, AIS Squash, Yeronga AFC and Mitchelton FC.

Geoff has a passion for all sports and is especially interested in helping people reach their potential through injury prevention and exercise rehab. With a firm belief in evidence-based management, he has a particular focus on training and restoring correct movement patterns. His Master of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy means he also possesses advanced skills for the treatment of injuries to the neck and back.

Headshot of Ivan Hooper - Sports Physiotherapist

APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Sydney 2000 Australian Olympic Team (Sprint Kayak)
  • Athens 2004 Australian Olympic Team (Rowing) 
  • Beijing 2008 Australian Olympic Team (Rowing)
  • London 2012 Australian Olympic Team (Rowing)
  • Rio 2016 Australian Olympic Team (Headquarters)
  • Australian Rowing Team 1997 – 2012
  • Australian Kayaking Team 1998 – 2002
  • Australian Diving Team 2014
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Available at: Woolloongabba

About Ivan:

Ivan is an APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist who has degrees in Physiotherapy and Sports Science, including a Master’s Degree in Sports Physiotherapy. He currently works part time with Swimming Australia in the role of Manager of Clinical Services and Lead Physiotherapist, and also part time with the Queensland Academy of Sport Rowing Program. The remainder of his time is spent with Queensland Sports Medicine Centre. He previously worked for the Australian Institute of Sport for 13 years.

For seven years, Ivan held the position of Sports Medicine Coordinator and Lead Physiotherapist for the National Rowing Centre of Excellence, based in Canberra. He has also worked as Sports Physiotherapist to the AIS Diving Program. Ivan has been selected as Team Physiotherapist on the Australian Olympic Team for all Olympic Games from Sydney 2000 through to Rio 2016, working with kayaking, rowing, diving and archery. Attending five Olympic Games with the Australian Olympic Team is a unique achievement. Ivan represented Australia as an athlete in the sport of rowing and went on to be the Physiotherapist with the Australian Rowing Teams for 16 years. He has also worked with the Australian Kayaking and Australian Diving teams. Ivan has served on National Committees for Sports Physiotherapy Australia including being Chairman from 2009-2012.

APA Musculoskeletal, Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Sydney 2000 Australian Olympic Team (Sprint Kayak)
  • Athens 2004 Australian Olympic Team (Rowing) 
  • Beijing 2008 Australian Olympic Team (Rowing)
  • London 2012 Australian Olympic Team (Rowing)
  • Rio 2016 Australian Olympic Team (Headquarters)
  • Australian Rowing Team 1997 – 2012
  • Australian Kayaking Team 1998 – 2002
  • Australian Diving Team 2014
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Available at: Bowen Hills

About Marguerite: 

Marguerite King (nee Houston) is an APA Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with a clinical interest in sporting injuries. Marguerite has a dual Masters degree in Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland. In 2011, she was the recipient of the Vasyli Prize for the highest academic achievement in the Sports Physiotherapy program.

She has a clinical interest in rowing and water polo injuries in particular shoulder and lumbar spine injuries. She also provides Physiotherapy services to the Queensland Academy of Sport Rowing and Water Polo programs.

Marguerite is part of the preferred Physiotherapy provider network of Rowing Australia and has provided Physiotherapy coverage for the Australian senior women’s Water Polo team during the 2018 Women’s World League Finals in China.

She was a member of the Australian rowing team from 2002 until 2008, winning two world championships during that period. She competed in the Beijing Olympics in the lightweight double scull.

When she is not working, Marguerite enjoys cycling, rowing, sailing and spending time with her husband and two young sons.

APA Musculoskeletal, Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • The Australian Ballet
  • Matilda – The Musical 
  • Ballet Preljocaj 
  • Wicked – The Musical 
  • Grease – The Musical 
  • Mary Poppins – The Musical
  • Paris Opera Ballet
  • Queensland Ballet
  • Expressions Dance Company (now Australasian Collective)

Available at: Bowen Hills and Woolloongabba

About Melanie: 

Melanie joins the QSMC team as a highly experienced and qualified Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist, and a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. She has also completed a PhD in Injury Prevention in Dance. Mel brings to the clinic 14 years of experience working with professional to recreational dancers, across all styles of dance. She works casually as a touring Physio for The Australian Ballet. Not only that, but she has also been the inhouse Physiotherapist for numerous touring musicals.

Before undertaking her Exercise Science and Physiotherapy university education, Melanie taught dance for many years. She has completed her Royal Academy of Dance Advanced Certificate (Advanced II) and has an Advanced Diploma in Performing Arts (Dance) from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Melanie is a leading expert in her field and often presents nationally and internationally.

APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Brisbane Roar
  • Queensland Cricket
  • Queensland Reds
  • AFL Queensland
  • Football Australia
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Available at: Woolloongabba

About Tim:

Tim Oostenbroek is an APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist. He is also currently a Registrar of the Australian College of Physiotherapy and is working towards his Specialization in Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy. 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, with several national teams within Football Federation Australia and is currently working with development programs with AFL Queensland.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, the shoulder and lower limb. He also enjoys working with athletes in post-surgical rehabilitation and in guiding their recovery in the initial stages through to late stage return to sport using progressive exercise interventions and evidence based return to sport guidelines.

Michael Dalgleish

APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Kelvin Grove State Secondary College – Excellent in Sports Programme – Golf, Tennis, Volleyball and Football 
  • Hills International Golf Academy
  • Brisbane Grammar School – Sports Medicine Consultant 
  • Advisory Board Member – QAS Health Performance Network 
  • PGA Tour Players on USA, European Tour, Japanese and Australiasian Tours
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Available at: Bowen Hills

About Michael: 

Michael is an APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist. He graduated with his degree in Exercise Science at the University of Queensland in 1980 and Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney in 1984. He completed a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 1999 where his major research focus was in Golf Injury and Performance Enhancement.
 
Michael has worked with National Teams in Women’s Hockey, Diving and Men’s Football. He was the Australian Team Physiotherapist for 1990 Auckland Commonwealth Games Team and spent over a decade as Team Physiotherapist to the Queensland State of Origin and Broncos Rugby League Teams. Michael has been the Queensland Academy of Sport Squad Physiotherapist for Beach Volleyball, Rugby League, Track and Field, Women’s Hockey and Golf.
 
For the last 15 years Michael (The Golf Athlete) has travelled extensively teaching and consulting to numerous overseas based PGA Tour Players, National Amateur and Professional Golf Associations specifically in the area of performance enhancement and long-term athletic development for all levels of golfers.

APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Brisbane Lions AFL Academy 
  • Queensland Academy of Sport – Mens and Womens Water Polo 
  • Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Physiotherapist – Hockey Centre and Polyclinic
  • Northern Territory Storm Netball
  • Melbourne Ice Women’s Ice Hockey
  • Australian U/23 Mens Wheelchair Basketball Physiotherapist
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Available at: Bowen Hills and Woolloongabba

About Josh: 

Josh is a graduate from James Cook University and has been with the team at QSMC since 2016. He has recently completed his Masters in Physiotherapy (Sports) at the University of Queensland which will help him work with elite and recreational athletes in the coming years.

Josh has competed at a national level in both touch football and track and field where he gained a strong appreciation for the stress associated with high level sports. He was a Physiotherapist at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games where he assisted in the poly-clinic and Hockey centre. Josh has had experience in AFL as the Brisbane Lions Academy Head Physiotherapist, and is now working as Physiotherapist to the QAS men water polo team.

APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Lions Academy Womens 
  • Lions Mens (Sports Trainer)
  • Nudgee Swimming
  • Brisbane City Soccer

Available at: Woolloongabba

About Jess:

Jess has been working in private practice since completing her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at ACU at the end of 2015. She is currently studying her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University to help achieve the goal of working with an elite sporting team.

Jess is the physiotherapist for the Lions Youth Girls Academy. She has also worked in a sports trainer role with the Brisbane Lions AFC senior and reserves teams since 2013. She has previously worked alongside NPL soccer and high school swimming teams as well.

Her favourite areas to treat are ankle, knees and shoulders however she enjoys the challenge of rehabilitating any injury.

Physiotherapists

Senior Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Delhi Commonwealth Games Australian Team
  • Triple Eight Race Engineering 
  • Athletics Australia
  • Triathlon Australia
  • Softball Australia
  • Queensland Athletics 
  • Queensland AFL Team
  • Ekiden Relays
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Available at: Woolloongabba

About Dolph: 

Dolph is a Senior Physiotherapist at QSMC.  He graduated from the University of South Australia in 2003 and joined QSMC in April 2005. Dolph has come to the practice with an athlete’s perspective, having held an AIS scholarship in Track and Field (400m hurdles) for two years and competing for Australia on three occasions. With this background, Dolph specialises in conducting running assessments for all athletes from Olympic level to recreational.

Dolph has worked with a national sporting teams over his time at QSMC including Athletics Australia, Triathlon Australia, Softball Australia. For a number of years, Dolph has been working with the Supercars team, Triple Eight Race Engineering, during their Enduro series.

Senior Physiotherapist 

Involvement with teams: 

  • Brisbane Lions
  • Squash Australia
  • Queensland Athletics Bayside United Football Club
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Available at: Woolloongabba

About Tammie:

With over 20 years of industry experience and a strong sporting background of Swimming, Netball and State Team Softball, Tammie is a versatile and skilled Physiotherapist. In addition to her passion for sports Tammie has a particular talent for resolving mid to long term issues and currently works in conjunction with a local neurologist treating headaches.

Tammie is a caring and committed problem-solver ready to work with you towards your physical goals.

Rob Godbolt

Senior Physiotherapist 

Involvement with teams: 

  • Queensland State of Origin 
  • Brisbane Broncos Rugby League
  • National Rugby League Allstars
  • Reds Rugby College
  • Zimbabwe Cricket Team
  • Queensland Youth Cricket
  • Queensland Academy of Sport
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Available at: Bowen Hills

About Rob: 

Rob is currently the Physiotherapist for the National Rugby League Allstars team as well as the Queensland State of Origin team.

Rob graduated from the University of Queensland in 1991. He has gained wide clinical experience over the last 21 years. He has worked as a Physiotherapist for various sporting teams internationally and here in Australia. These include touring as Physiotherapist for the Zimbabwe Cricket team, the Reds Rugby College, 16 years with the Brisbane Broncos and the last nine seasons (until 2009) as their Principal full time Physiotherapist. He is currently the Physiotherapist for the National Rugby League Allstars team.

Rob has been working with a knee surgeon here in Brisbane for a number of years and joined the team at QSMC in mid-2012.

Mardi Watson

Senior Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • 360 Gymnastics
  • Premier Gymnastics Brisbane
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Available at: Woolloongabba

About Mardi:

Mardi graduated from the University of Queensland in 1999 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She has worked exclusively in private practice since that time.  She is a former Artistic Gymnast, having been involved with the sport for over 20 years as an athlete and coach at an elite level.

Mardi started at QSMC in 2008, and to complement her keen interest in exercise therapy, Mardi completed training in Clinical Pilates and has been working with clients in early to mid stage rehab. She has a special interest in Gymnastics, Dance and Acrobatics, as well as low back and neck injuries.  She has 3 young children, and is passionate about keeping kids healthy and active.

Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Tottenham Hotspur – English Premier League football club
  • Northern Fury – National Premier League football club
  • NQ Razorbacks – State League football club
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Available at: Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills

About Kyle: 

Kyle graduated from James Cook University in 2010 and joined QSMC in February 2021. Kyle has worked primarily in private musculoskeletal physiotherapy and more recently in a full time professional football setting. Kyle has recently returned from 3.5 years in the UK, having worked with Tottenham Hotspur, an English Premier League football club.

Kyle has a keen interest in football and has played in the QLD state league previously. He enjoys working with Football, AFL, and running athletes of varying ages and abilities.

Senior Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Kelvin Grove State College Sports Excellence in Football (Soccer), Volleyball and Tennis
  • Queensland Firebirds (National League Netball)
  • Women’s National League Football and QAS Women’s Football
  • Brisbane Strikers (in the former Men’s National Soccer League)
  • Queensland Academy of Sport Men’s Football (National Youth League)
  • Queensland Academy of Sport Athletes with Disabilities and Talent Identification Programmes
  • Golf Excellence programmes at Kelvin Grove College and Hills International Golf Academy
  • John Paul College Horizons Sports Excellence Programme
  • Brunei National Team Physiotherapist for South East Asian Games
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Available at: Bowen Hills

About Jo:

Joanne is a Senior Physiotherapist with 25 years’ experience in private practice. She has worked with several Queensland Academy of Sport and National League squads, with elite teams and individuals in Football (Soccer), Netball, Rugby League (State of Origin and Brisbane Broncos), Golf, Track and Field and Hockey.

Since 1997, Joanne has co-ordinated Injury Prevention and Athletic Development programmes for several Schools of Excellence in Sport. She is passionate about helping adolescents develop Fundamental Movement Skills and achieve their goals.

Joanne enjoys optimising function and pain levels in all individuals, normalising posture and movement imbalances through education and a strong use of manual and soft-tissue therapy. Joanne enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions but has a special interest in treating neck pain and headaches, in myofascial and persistent pain and the use of Dry Needling where appropriate.

Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Broadbeach Cats AFL
  • Lions Academy
  • Junior and Senior Australian Waterskiing Team
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Available at: Bowen Hills and Woolloongabba

About Jacinta: 

Jacinta graduated with a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science in 2014 and went on to complete her Masters in Physiotherapy studies at the University of Queensland in 2017.
 
She is a three time world champion in long distance Water Ski jumping and current world record holder. Second to this Jacinta is National Champion in Olympic Weightlifitng. From this she has gained a strong appreciation for the stress associated with high level sports. She is the captain and Physiotherapist for the Australian Waterskiing team. In 2018 she was the head Physiotherapist at Broadbeach Cats AFL. She has also started working with the Lions Academy this year.
 
Jacinta has a strong interest in AFL, Weightlifting, Waterskiing, CrossFit and F45 and is especially interested in exercise based rehabilitation

Physiotherapist

Involvement with teams: 

  • Sydney Football Club 
  • Canberra United Football Club 
  • Australian Under 17’s Joeys 
  • Canberra Demons NEAFL

Available at: Bowen Hills and Woolloongabba

About Brad:

Brad completed his Physiotherapy degree at the University of Canberra and is currently undertaking his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy through La Trobe University.

Brad played soccer at an elite level, representing the Central Coast Mariners and Sydney Football ClubHis experience in an elite environment developed a special interest in sports injury preventionWhile in Sydney and Canberra, Brad worked with Sydney FC and the Australian under 17 Joeys. He has recently finished up as Head Physiotherapist for the Canberra Demons NEAFL team.

Brad has a particular interest in lower limb injuries and uses his experience with high-performance athletes to achieve the best possible outcomes for all of his patients.

Exercise Physiologists

Adam Garred

Clinical Manager and Senior Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Available at: Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills

About Adam:

Adam is the Clinical Manager at the QSMC’s Woolloongabba gym and a Senior Accredited Exercise Physiologist. Adam brings a wealth of knowledge to the group specialising in middle to late stage Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation and Sport Performance Training. Adam graduated from the University of Queensland in 2004 with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Exercise Science, and has since completed his Masters Degree specialising in Strength and Conditioning. Being at QSMC (formerly known as Aspire Fitness and Rehabilitation) since it’s inception, Adam is a senior member of staff with 15 years industry experience. Adam’s skills are well recognised having been Head of Athletic Performance at UQ Rugby Club and Academy between 2007 and 2016. He also has had experience working with elite rugby players at the QLD Reds, QLD Reds academy and Melbourne Rebels.

Prior to the London Olympics, Adam worked extensively with numerous members of the Australian Swim Team including Stephanie Rice and Liesel Jones. In 2010 Adam began working with Australian Cricket legend Matthew Hayden. Adam worked one on one to prepare him for the inaugural season of the national Big Bash Competition. Adam also spent 2 seasons in 2011/12 as Head Strength and Conditioning coach of the Redlands Australian Football Club whom at the time played in the NEAFL. Adam has been sought out to work at AFR with national and state level athletes in netball, waterloo, gymnastics, tennis, rowing, triathlon, athletics and various motor sports.

Adam is fortunate to have a terrific mix of personality traits that draws people from all walks of life. “Ads” as he is known at QSMC has a great passion for helping people from those with a healthy outlook to life through to elite athletes. QSMC offers services including injury prevention and rehabilitation, sport specific training, lifting technique and fitness program design. This may be for the weekend warrior training for a specific event like the Bridge to Brisbane or someone looking for a general fitness program to improve their quality of life, health and wellbeing. A great advantage is health rebates are available to get faster, fitter and stronger! Adam also has a keen interest in endurance sports especially long distance running. Ads has had personal experience in these sports having competed in several marathons and ultra marathons.

At QSMC, Adam has worked closely with a number of clients involved in distance running and triathlons. Adam takes great enjoyment working with injured clients getting them back training and competing. Also taking pleasure working with clients to get that “performance edge”. Adam does this by developing a specific strength and conditioning program to compliment their training. Adam is happy to liaise with coaches to ensure their strength and conditioning program compliments the other components of the training program.

Adam has vast experience in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation encompassing working with clients with a variety of conditions from traumatic injury, overuse injury, post surgical interventions, chronic pain and other joint and soft tissue injuries. Adam loves working with his clients and all injury rehabilitation programs designed by him are evidence based and individually designed.

Senior Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Available at: Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills

About Molly:

Molly is a Senior Accredited Exercise Physiologist at QSMC. She graduated from the University of QLD with a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (Clinical Exercise Physiology). Molly also holds a Certificate III & IV in Fitness and three group fitness certifications with Les Mills Asia Pacific. Molly works in a variety of different areas and sees clients with a wide array of injuries, chronic diseases (e.g. cardiovascular disease, cancer, arthritis, diabetes, obesity) as well as older adults, people with dementia, through to high performance athletes. Molly has worked extensively in medical rehabilitation and is currently involved in a variety of different projects.

Molly has assisted in designing and implementing a number of exercise intervention projects in cancer rehabilitation. One of which is with the Leukaemia Foundation Australia called ‘Fit to Thrive’. This is an ongoing program assessing the effect exercise has on persons with blood cancers through all stages of treatment. The program involves assessing, designing and implementing individual exercise and rehabilitation programs for those diagnosed with blood cancer, during treatment, and recovering from cancer treatment and its related symptoms. Molly is also heavily involved in the new BRACE (BRAin Cancer and Exercise) Study. Which is running in partnership with QUT and ICON, the project is looking at evaluating the effectiveness of exercise for patients with brain cancer.

Molly also works extensively with other cancer patients outside these projects, including patients with breast cancer, colorectal cancer, sarcoma, and brain cancer, in developing individualised exercise and rehabilitation programs.

Molly has substantial experience in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation and has worked with a vast number of clients with varying conditions including chronic pain, lower back pain, traumatic injury, pre and post-surgical interventions along with other various joint and soft tissue injuries. Molly is always determined to achieve the best outcomes possible for her clients and strives to help people achieve their goals in health and performance through safe and effective programming and education.

Molly also works in Strength and Conditioning enjoying working with both recreational and elite athletes. As a competitive waterpolo player, rower, swimmer, and runner herself, Molly is interested in improving performance through injury prevention, management, sport specific training and fitness program design. Molly is passionate about safe effective Strength and Conditioning training for every athlete and has worked with a variety of different sports, including rowing, swimming, triathlon, water polo, running, cycling, touch football, and basketball.

Dane Larsen

Senior Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Available at: Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills

About Dane:

Dane is a Senior Accredited Exercise Physiologist and is currently the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Taringa Rovers SFC and the Saint Margaret’s First VIII Squad. He graduated from QUT with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology and additionally holds a Level II Australian Strength & Conditioning Association (ASCA) accreditation, a Level II Functional Movement Screen (FMS) accreditation, and a Diploma of Fitness.

Since completion of his Bachelor Degree, Dane has worked with a number of private practices around Brisbane to provide Exercise Physiology services to clients with musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory, and metabolic conditions. Dane has most recently been involved working with the Leukaemia Foundation Australia’s exercise program “Fit to Thrive”. Dane believes in a holistic approach to health and wellbeing that focuses on the unique strengths and weaknesses of the individual as well as the particular requirements and demands of their lifestyle. He enjoys working with a range of individuals – from high school students, to seniors, to weekend warriors and elite athletes.

Dane’s personal experience going through several major knee operations has given him a unique perspective on exercise physiology – having experienced its impact as an athlete, as a rehabilitating client, and as the health professional providing treatment. He has an intimate understanding of the physical and emotional toll that sports injuries can have on the individual, which filters through to his treatment approach. His holistic programming philosophy places a high emphasis on enjoyment, self-efficacy, and creating an environment that promotes enthusiasm and compliance.

Available at: Woolloongabba

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Available at: Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills

About Stef:

With over 15 years of industry experience and a strong Strength and Conditioning, Pilates and Running background, Stefanie is a versatile and skilled Accredited Exercise Physiologist. She has a passion for helping those with mid to long term conditions, including chronic lower back pain, mental health conditions, or women’s health issues. Helping women from fertility, through pregnancy and postnatal rehabilitation, has been a rewarding part of her role at QSMC.

Stefanie enjoys designing specific and individualised exercise programs to help clients reduce the attributes of frailty, a common limitation experienced by those over the age of 65. Frailty increases the risk of falls, physical injury or illness, and a loss of independence. The attributes of frailty include, unintentional weight loss, fatigue or exercise intolerance, weakness, slowed motor performance and poor balance, and low physical activity. 

Stefanie is an empathetic and dedicated problem-solver excited to work with you to achieve your physical goals.

Senior Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Available at: Woolloongabba

About Deb:

Deb is a Senior Accredited Exercise Physiologist with both national and international accreditations focused on the prescription of exercise to all individuals including those impacted by both chronic disease, injury and medical conditions, the older adult as well as high performance. She is also one of only a few accredited cancer exercise specialists in Australia whose services have helped many people suffering from cancer. Deb is a qualified exercise specialist uniquely trained to assess, design and implement individual and group exercise and fitness programs for a wide range of all population groups and tailors programs that are safe, effective, challenging and enjoyable. With a keen eye for technique and progressing the individual, Deb understands the physical and emotional challenges faced by people with injuries, illness and cancer for any age group or physical ability. She can also provide practical advice relating to implementing exercise and fitness, returning to function, high performance of their chosen field of endeavour and assist with personal therapy aids.

Studying both at the University of Queensland and in the USA, Deb combined her studies, her passion for education, sport and human performance with her experience as an elite athlete (an Australian representative in discus) with a desire to improve health outcomes for wide range of people and conditions to help them return them to their goals and passions.

As a Cancer Exercise Specialist she has been uniquely trained to assess, design and implement individual and group exercise and fitness programs for those diagnosed with cancer, in treatment and those individuals now in survivorship recovering from their treatment related symptoms. Deb also works heavily with local and national cancer organisations such as the Queensland Cancer Council, YWBC and Prostate Cancer Support Groups to develop resources and educate both clients and health professionals in how to safely, practically and appropriately prescribe exercise both during and after the cancer process and assisting in recovery and rehabilitation techniques.

As a Medical Exercise Specialist, Deb is an exercise prescription professional who not only works with the typical client looking to improve their health, sport and fitness performance level; but is passionate about assisting those even with unique challenges. As an Older Adult Specialist, Deb also has extensive experience designing specific & tailored exercise programs targeted to the older adult.

For the client with little to no experience to those who are experienced and seeking more comprehensive & effective programming, one of Deb’s principal interests and skills is aimed at providing unique, effective and safe programming and education for the older adult and the ageing population.Deb works with clients with injury, chronic disease and complex care needs and works to promote a stronger understanding of processes and mechanisms underlying exercise assessment and the prescription of exercise or rehabilitation for apparently healthy, low and high health risk populations.

Senior Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Available at: Woolloongabba

About Huw:

Huw is a Senior Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Strength and Conditioning specialist. He has both a Masters degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology and Bachelors degree in Exercise and Nutrition Science from the University of Queensland. He is currently the Head of strength and rehabilitation at Norths Devils RLFC, where he is responsible for overseeing the ISC performance program. Huw worked as an assistant strength and power coach in the High-Performance department of the Brisbane Lions AFL club, giving him the opportunity to be mentored by industry leaders. Huw has also been involved in other High-Performance departments at The Qld Reds Rugby Union Academy, The University of Queensland Sport Academy (UQ Rowing, UQ Swimming, Australian Wheelchair Rugby) and Qld Samoa Rugby Union.

He thoroughly enjoys helping athletes reach their potential across all levels of sport; ranging from amateur representatives to elite athletes at national and international level within a number of different sports including AFL, rowing, rugby union, rugby league. touch football, swimming, soccer, cricket, archery, fencing, gymnastics, cycling, circus and Crossfit.

Huw specialises in delivering rehabilitation services to athletes post-surgical intervention with a focus on return to high level sporting performance. He believes in using rehabilitation as an opportunity to build athletic capacity, focus on improving weaknesses and returning a better athlete. This includes working with athletes in the mid to late stage rehabilitation process providing a collaborative approach by integrating with doctors, orthopaedic surgeons, physiotherapists and other allied health care professionals for the best outcome possible.

Huw also is a health consultant for Sano Health providing health, wellness and injury prevention services to Capricorn Copper mine. This includes monthly health and wellness presentations to 70+ staff members, one-on-one rehabilitation plans, health coaching and ergonomic workplace assessments.

Huw is passionate about working with athletes from all levels to develop individualised strength and conditioning plans to build athletic performance. These are aimed at developing strength and power, enhancing functional movement patterns, addressing dysfunction to help athletes minimize injury risk and optimise their performance. He also strongly believes in practicing what you preach living by a holistic approach to health and performance focusing on four main elements of Movement, Nutrition, Recovery and Mindset.

Jenai Sutton

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Available at: Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills

About Jenai:

Jenai is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and our newest team member at QSMC. Jenai graduated from the Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology and holds a Level I Strength & Conditioning Association (ASCA) accreditation.

During her studies Jenai completed a strength and conditioning internship with Queensland Reds Rugby and Future Generation Performance. Jenai is also currently a strength and conditioning coach at Somerville House working with a variety of sports including netball, rowing, water polo, athletics and volleyball.

Jenai strongly believes in the capacity exercise can have as medicine and is eager to work with you to share in its benefits.

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Available at: Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills

About Eddie:

Eddie is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with both a Masters Degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology and Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science from the Australian Catholic University. He has worked as an AEP at a number of private clinics across Brisbane, treating clients with multiple injuries and conditions across schemes such as: NDIS, DVA, Private health, Doctors referral and Workcover.

He enjoys rehabilitating and training clients in returning to sport, work or general daily life. With a keen interest in sports including: Rugby, soccer, cricket, running, touch football, swimming, weightlifting, skiing/snowboarding and surfing. Additionally, Eddie has experience in treating kids and adults with disabilities and mental health conditions and aiding in improving their conditions.

Eddie specialises in delivering rehabilitation services to post-surgical clients, particularly those who are recovering from musculoskeletal injuries. He has a strong focus not only on rehabilitation, but the importance of injury prevention (prehabilitation). He also has experience working with elderly clients and associated pathologies including the treatment of: Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Osteopenia, fractures, joint replacements and obesity. Through collaborating with a multidisciplinary team, Eddie aims to achieve the optimum outcome for all clients under his care.

Eddie loves working with clients one-on-one in order to achieve their goals and effectively treat their injury/condition. With a keen interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, he utilises his skills to treat a multitude of pathologies. Eddie is highly motivated to deliver the best quality EP treatment to his clients in order to get them back to sport/exercise, work or completing activities of daily life.

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Available at: Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills

About Connor: 

Connor is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and the newest team member at QSMC. After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science, Connor went on to complete a Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology at the Australian Catholic University. During his studies, Connor gained experience working with a wide variety of people, including those with Neurological conditions as well as injured athletes.

Having played AFL for many years, he has suffered from several debilitating injuries himself; he understands the impact of sporting injuries and is enthusiastic about the benefits Exercise can have. Connor has a special interest in the rehabilitation of neurological conditions and is passionate about enhancing the quality of life within everyone.

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Available at: Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills

About Mitch:

Mitch is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist. He graduated from the University of QLD in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science, majoring in Clinical Exercise Physiology. For the past 7 years, Mitch has been working in Port Macquarie at a multidisciplinary allied health clinic. During his time here, he gained experience across a wide range of fields including musculoskeletal rehabilitation, post-operative rehabilitation, sport-specific training, strength and conditioning, neurological disorders, disability services and chronic disease management. 

He thoroughly enjoys working with athletes of all levels, from professional to recreational, and assisting them in achieving their goals. He had a large role in delivering the Junior Athlete Sponsorship Program in Port Macquarie that saw him managing many young athletes. This involved working with them through injury rehabilitation and strength and conditioning to help them achieve their optimal sporting performance. Mitch has experience working with athletes across numerous sports including baseball, basketball, rugby union, track, golf, cricket and soccer. 

Mitch has a keen interest in the post-surgical and return to sport management of athletes. He has done further studies in knee (specifically ACL) and shoulder rehabilitation. He is passionate about reducing the number of injuries in sport and bridging the gap between rehabilitation and return to sports programming and testing. 

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Available at: Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills

About Toby:

Toby joins the QSMC AEP team as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist, with a vast background in health care. Originally graduating from his Bachelor of Health Science, Nutrition Major, Toby worked as a Grade 1 Dietitian in Brisbane Hospitals before returning to university to complete his Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology with Honours.

A healthy living advocate, Toby strives for excellence in his clients to achieve outstanding results and reach their full potential. Using a philosophy that combines exercise, nutrition and medicine, Toby provides individualised exercise programs tailored to suit your needs, unwavering support and valuable lifestyle enhancement guidance with the goal of advancing his clients to achieve their finest quality of life.

Given Toby’s background in delivering nutritional advice in a clinical setting, he can provide regimented information to fulfil your needs as an individual or an athlete. In addition, Toby possesses a deep understanding of movement from a biomechanical standpoint and has a well-trained eye for movement compensations, weaknesses, and dysfunctional movement patterns. Furthermore, as an accredited Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach, Toby is qualified to coach athletes from club to state level in strength and conditioning.

When he’s not in the clinic, Toby is a part time DJ at various locations across Southeast Queensland. He has a keen interest in investing and trading, loves a good hike in the rainforest and is a big fan of a beer at the footy or cricket. He also enjoys going for a cycle around Brisbane on the weekends.

Personal Trainers

Personal Trainer

Available at: Woolloongabba

About David:

Tuffy has a passion for helping his clients build a strong fitness base and most importantly achieve their personal goals. Witnessing first hand his clients overcome fitness barriers and gain confidence with their training is what drives his passion. Tuffy has been involved in sport and recreation since he was a child and sharing his experiences with his clients always makes for a fun and challenging journey. Tuffy runs our annual fitness challenge which has seen some battles for the history books with teams of clients taking on the challenges to get through the winter months. It’s not to be missed.

Specialities

  • Boxing Trainer
  • Strength Training
  • Weight Loss
  • Sport specific training and conditioning
  • Outdoor Training
  • Group Training
  • Boot Camp Training

Specialty Area Physiotherapists

APA Pain Physiotherapist

Available at: Bowen Hills

About Matt:

Matt’s aim is to provide high-quality education and rehabilitation for people with persistent pain conditions. He strives to improve his patient’s ability to understand the causes of their persistent pain and to empower people to improve their own management of their condition.

Matt completed his Physiotherapy degree at the University of Queensland in 1996 and developed an interest in chronic and complex pain conditions early in his career whilst working in both the public and private sectors. He completed a Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management) at the University of Sydney in 2007. Matt continues to be involved in the Pain Management degree at the University of Sydney in a teaching role.

Matt is also a member of the charity organisation “Pain Revolution” which raises funds to educate rural and regional health practitioners in the area of persistent pain rehabilitation to become Local Pain Educators. He is a mentor for the Local Pain Educators. He is one of the cyclists riding 700km or so kilometres for a week each year as part of the Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Program and charity bike ride.

Matt is a member of both the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and the Australian Pain Society (APS) and in recent years has been involved in establishing the APA Pain Network to promote the benefits of physiotherapy treatment of persistent pain conditions. In 2018, was one of the first candidates of Physiotherapists nationally to be awarded the title of APA Pain Physiotherapist. He is a past chair of the Queensland Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Group, and is a member of the APA Pain Network.

Physiotherapist (Pelvic Health)

Available at: Bowen Hills

About Kate:

Kate has been working as a physiotherapist in the field of Women’s and Men’s Pelvic Health since 2002 and completed her Post Graduate Certificate in Continence and Women’s Health through Curtin University in 2016. She only treats conditions involving pelvic floor dysfunction and has extensive experience treating urinary incontinence, faecal incontinence, prolapse, functional bowel disorders and persistent pelvic pain in both men and women. This includes pre and post operative pelvic floor assessment for men undergoing prostate surgery.

Kate has three children and understands how important it is to remain active. She believes that although the pelvic region of our body is important, it should not rule our lives. As such the goal of all treatments is to ensure you can live your life to its fullest with minimal impact from pelvic floor dysfunction.

Sports Physicians

Headshot of Dr Richard Brown - Sports Physician at QSMC

Sports Physician

Involvement with teams: 

  • Wallabies Australian Rugby Union (07 – 10)
  • Athens Olympic Games Australian Team
  • Brisbane Lions Australian Football Team
  • Rugby Union Queensland Reds
  • Softball Queensland QAS
  • Swimming Queensland QAS
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About Richard:

Richard is a visiting Sports Physician specialising in sports, musculoskeletal and exercise medicine. He graduated from medicine at the University of NSW in 1996 and following further study became a fully qualified GP in 2001. In 2005 he completed his fellowship with the Australasian College of Sports Physicians.

Richard is trained in the management of all sporting injuries with a personal interest in the football codes (Soccer, AFL, Union and League), basketball, swimming and track and field. He has completed research in Aprotinin for the management of tendon injuries. This is one of Richard’s interest fields. He currently consults to the Australian Wallabies, Queensland Firebirds and QAS Track and Field.

Sports and Exercise Medicine Registrar

About Martin: 

Dr Martin Smith is a Sports and Exercise Medicine Registrar consulting at QSMC. He graduated from the University of Nottingham in the UK, before completing his initial two post-graduate years working in the NHS. He then moved to Australia to pursue a career in Sports Medicine and was initially based on the Gold Coast. He spent time training in Emergency Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery to give him vital skills required for Sports Medicine, before enrolling in the Australasian College of Sports and Exercise Medicine training program. 

Dr Smith is the Chief Medical Officer for Rowing Queensland and a Club Doctor for the Gold Coast Titans Rugby League team. He is also the team doctor for the Australia U17s Men’s Soccer Team (Joeys) and the Queensland Reds academy.

  • He has worked in a wide range of sports and his past experience includes:
  • Queensland State of Origin – Maroons Assistant Doctor 2017-2019
  • The Wallabies – Concussion and Head Injury Assessment Doctor 2017-present
  • Queensland Reds – Concussion and Head Injury Assessment Doctor 2017-present
  • Souths Logan Magpies Rugby League – Team Doctor 2019-present
  • Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018 – Rugby 7s Tournament Doctor
  • Brisbane International Tennis Tournament – Assistant Doctor 2017
  • Brisbane Bullets Basketball – Team Doctor 2016-2018
  • Brisbane Global 10s Rugby Union – Tournament Physician 2018
  • Brisbane City NRC Rugby Union – Team Doctor 2017-2018
  • Easts Rugby League – Team Doctor 2018
  • Easts Rugby Union – Team Doctor 2017
  • Morningside Panthers Australian Rules Club – Team Doctor 2016
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Dr Smith is interested in all areas of Sports and Exercise medicine, but has a particular interest in hip and groin pain as well as shoulder pathology. He is actively involved in research and has conducted research into inherited cardiomyopathies, as well as sports-related hand and ankle injuries. He has presented talks at a local and state level with respect to management of acute shoulder injuries, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and low back pain.

Dr Smith enjoys helping anyone to rid themselves of their musculoskeletal problems, from athletes to those who don’t exercise but are prevented from doing what they want by pain or dysfunction. He specializes in the management of acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries, as well as low back, shoulder and hip and groin pain. He is looking forward to helping you on your way to recovery.

Sports Physician

Mark is a Registrar with the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians (ACSEP). He graduated from Monash University in 2012 and subsequently gained extensive experience in Orthopaedics, before pursing full-time Sport and Exercise Medicine. He trained at the AIS in 2020 and is excited to return home to QLD in 2021. 

Mark has experience in a wide range of sports from a local to national level. Amongst his major associations have been involvement in Australian Rules Football through the VAFA (University Blues), TAC Cup (Sandringham Dragons) and VFL (North Ballarat Roosters). He worked at the ACT Academy of Sport (ACTAS) as Medical Officer in 2020; this role involved management of injuries and illnesses in swimming, gymnastics, para-athletics, volleyball, soccer, rugby 7s and rowing. He served as an Assistant Club Doctor for the Canberra Raiders for the 2020 NRL season. 

Aside from acute and chronic sporting injuries, Mark has a special interest in the active management of arthritis, exercise-induced leg pain, groin pain and back pain. He has an evolving interest in pain management more broadly. Mark believes clear communication, patient education, and a multimodal approach optimises long-term outcomes. Mark has experience using dextrose prolotherapy (joint and perineural/myofascial techniques) and is involved in research in this area.

Podiatrists from Queensland Foot Centres

Podiatrist

Nathan is the Director of Queensland Foot Centres and his experience in Sports Podiatry treatment spans more than two decades. Associated professionally with many teams and individual athletes, Nathan has been consulting for the Queensland Reds since 1993 and the Brisbane Lions since 1999. Nathan enjoys a tremendous referral network of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Sports Physicians, Sports Physiotherapists, Chiropractors and Osteopathic Practitioners as well as Coaches and Strength and Conditioning personnel. Nathan’s experience sees him speaking at a range of local, national and international conferences and he has been a member of the State Government’s Podiatry Review Board. He has a special interest in adolescent sport and postural complaints.

Podiatrist

Will became part of the Queensland Foot Centres team in 2013 after graduating from Queensland University of Technology with Honours. Since then, he has worked with a broad range of athletes, including players from the QLD Reds and Brisbane Lions.

Will enjoys seeing all types of patients, but, his main focus is on sporting injuries of the foot and ankle. He prides himself in applying the latest research to his patients to ensure a faster return to activity. He has a strong sporting background previously participating in track, distance and cross-country running, triathlon, AFL, rugby union, cricket, rowing and swimming. This enables Will to tailor his treatment to the individual in their particular sport. Will frequently uses video gait analysis to treat chronic running and walking injuries. He takes dynamic footage of his patients to identify specific factors in their individual mechanics that may be related to their injury, before working on strategies to address these deficiencies in consultation with leading Allied Health practitioners.

Podiatrist

Graduating from Queensland University of Technology in 2018 Mitchell Brown joins Queensland Foot Centres as an enthusiastic member of the team.

After completing part of his Podiatry Placement hours at Queensland Foot Centres and having an extremely positive experience, Mitchell knew he wanted to work for Queensland Foot Centres. He was keen to be contacted whenever a position may come available. Although nothing immediately, the management team knew Mitchell was a professional and personable applicant who they couldn’t let go!

Mitchell’s love of sport was a major consideration when choosing an area of podiatry to specialise in. Mitchell grew up in a sporting family and sustained interest in this area, which he wanted to develop further into a professional career. The Sports Podiatry opportunities at QFC make this an ideal work environment for Mitchell.

Mitchell is an active member of the Australian Podiatry Association (QLD) attending meetings and conferences regularly.

Podiatrist

Janet Bartlett graduated with a Bachelor of Health Science Degree from QUT in 2004. Janet is one of our Senior Podiatrists and has been working with QFC since graduating. Janet has established herself as a highly skilled Podiatrist covering and enjoying all aspects of podiatry including nail care and skin care, diabetes, heel pain, sports podiatry, podiatric acupuncture and orthotic therapy at all her clinic locations. Janet has a keen interest in sports, particularly netball and was the consulting Podiatrist for the QLD Firebirds for 11 years. Janet is keen to solve podiatric problems, whether big or small. Personable care is extremely important to Janet and she always ensures best patient care so you can leave with confidence and a good understanding of your individual treatment plan.

Orthopaedic Surgeons

Tim McMeniman - Orthopaedic Surgeon at QSMC

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr McMeniman completed his medical degree at the University of New South Wales, Sydney in 2002. Subsequently, he completed advanced training in Orthopaedics in Queensland, obtaining his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2010. In 2011 he trained with Mr. Andrew Williams and Mr. Jonathan Lavelle as the Knee Fellow at Chelsea and Westminster and The Lister Hospitals in London, England. Here he focused on the management of complex knee injuries, and injuries in professional athletes. Subsequently, he was the Sports Medicine Fellow with Dr Peter Myers in Brisbane for 12 months.

Dr McMeniman specialises in treating sports injuries of the lower limb, knee arthroscopy and ligament reconstruction, and joint replacement of the knee and hip. He has a formal association with multiple elite sporting bodies and professional athletes and has been the knee surgeon for the Brisbane Broncos since 2013. In addition, he is a member of the Australian Knee Society, and current Chairman of the QLD Branch of the AOA.

Dr McMeniman has an ongoing active role in teaching in research holding a position as Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland. He has published and presented his research both nationally and internationally. Dr McMeniman also works publicly at the Mater Adults Hospital, South Brisbane.

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr Peter Myers was educated in Brisbane and received his medical degree from the University of Queensland in 1977. He completed his Orthopaedic Training and was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 1985. He was also admitted as a Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association in 1988. He undertook Fellowship training in Atlanta, Toronto and Edinburgh.

His practice focuses on sports orthopaedics and knee surgery. Dr Myers has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally and holds committee positions with a number of organisations. He lectures at the University of Queensland and is a Clinical Associate Professor with the Department of Surgery and an Adjunct Professor with the Department of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences. Dr Myers has a Public Hospital appointment at the Mater Misericordia Public Hospital. He has been an examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and continues to supervise a Fellowship training program. With his extensive research and lecture program, Dr Myers has published in many national and international medical journals. A list of these publications is available for download. In 2014, Dr Myers was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia for services to Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine. He is a past president of the Australian Knee Society.

Dr Myers has been involved with the Brisbane Broncos Rugby League team from 1988 to 2015 and remains involved with the Queensland Reds Rugby Union team and the Australian Rugby Union.

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr Richard Hanly is an Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in reconstructive surgery of the lower limb with the following subspecialty services available; Hip; Knee Arthroplasty (Including Robotic Assisted Surgery), Foot; Ankle (Including minimally invasive; advanced arthroscopic techniques).
Educated in Brisbane, Dr Hanly received a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) in 2002 and a Medical Degree in 2006 from the University of Queensland. He completed his Orthopaedic training in Queensland and was admitted as a Fellow to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in February 2015.

Dr Hanly spent 12 months in the Exeter Hip Unit of the Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Centre working under the team of leading hip surgeons; Mr John Timperley, Mr Matthew Hubble, Mr Jonathon Howell and Mr Matthew Wilson. He gained experience in complex primary and revision hip reconstruction and arthroplasty. Subsequently he worked under Mr Ian Winson and Mr Steve Hepple in the Foot; Ankle Unit of the Avon Orthopaedic Centre in Southmead Hospital. The expert unit in Bristol has a strong focus in reconstructive procedures and arthroscopic techniques in foot and ankle surgery.

Dr Hanly commenced practice at the Wesley Orthopaedic and Sports Injury Clinic in 2017, and is pleased to offer consultations from satellite clinics from QSMC Bowen Hills, North Lakes Specialist Medical Centre, and Stanthorpe. He currently has a dual public appointment at The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and The Prince Charles Hospital. Dr Hanly is a Senior Lecturer with the University of Queensland, School of Medicine. He is a Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association.

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr Tony O’Neill is a Queensland trained Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in sports injuries and sub-specialty training in knee and shoulder surgery. Dr O’Neill grew up in Mount Isa and went to boarding school in Brisbane. He undertook undergraduate degrees at the University of Queensland, completing a Bachelor of Science in anatomy followed by a medical degree.

Dr O’Neill worked in hospitals in Brisbane and the UK before undertaking orthopaedic training in Queensland, gaining his Fellowship in 2012.

He completed a Fellowship in Shoulder Surgery at the Cape Shoulder Institute and Stellenbosch University in Cape Town, South Africa where he worked under Dr Joe De Beer. The practice specializes in the management of sports injuries of the shoulder as well as primary and revision shoulder joint replacement.

Dr O’Neill then worked as the Knee Fellow at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and Fortius Clinic in London UK, where a large percentage of the clinics patients are professional athletes. Working with Mr Andy Williams and Mr Jonathon Lavelle the fellowship incorporated multi-ligament injuries of the knee, meniscal preservation surgery, osteotomies about the knee and knee replacement.

His practice focuses on sports injuries of the knee and shoulder and their surgical management. He has published and presented research internationally and works publicly at the Mater Adults Hospital.

Dr O’Neill is happy to make himself available to manage acute orthopaedic problems including trauma, keeping emergency slots open in his outpatient clinic.

Dr Tony O’Neill is a Queensland trained Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in sports injuries and sub-specialty training in knee and shoulder surgery. Dr O’Neill grew up in Mount Isa and went to boarding school in Brisbane. He undertook undergraduate degrees at the University of Queensland, completing a Bachelor of Science in anatomy followed by a medical degree.

Dr O’Neill worked in hospitals in Brisbane and the UK before undertaking orthopaedic training in Queensland, gaining his Fellowship in 2012.

He completed a Fellowship in Shoulder Surgery at the Cape Shoulder Institute and Stellenbosch University in Cape Town, South Africa where he worked under Dr Joe De Beer. The practice specializes in the management of sports injuries of the shoulder as well as primary and revision shoulder joint replacement.

Dr O’Neill then worked as the Knee Fellow at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and Fortius Clinic in London UK, where a large percentage of the clinics patients are professional athletes. Working with Mr Andy Williams and Mr Jonathon Lavelle the fellowship incorporated multi-ligament injuries of the knee, meniscal preservation surgery, osteotomies about the knee and knee replacement.

His practice focuses on sports injuries of the knee and shoulder and their surgical management. He has published and presented research internationally and works publicly at the Mater Adults Hospital.

Dr O’Neill is happy to make himself available to manage acute orthopaedic problems including trauma, keeping emergency slots open in his outpatient clinic.

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr John Roe is a fellowship trained knee surgeon based in the Wesley Orthopaedic & Sports Injury Clinic at The Wesley Hospital in Brisbane, Australia. As a former professional rugby player, playing at the international level, Dr Roe developed a keen interest in sports injury at the knee, lower limb trauma and the management of hip and knee arthritis. His fellowship allowed him to focus on all aspects of knee surgery including sports injury, meniscal repair and transplantation, primary and revision knee replacement and traumatic knee injury including fractures.

In his private practice he operates at The Wesley Hospital in Auchenflower in Brisbane while he maintains a public appointment at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. Dr Roe also sees patients at QSMC at Bowen Hills and does a monthly clinic in Stanthorpe for his rurally based patients. Along with many ongoing research interests, Dr Roe is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland Medical School.

Dr Roe was educated at the University of Queensland, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in 1997. He went on to medical school, also at the University of Queensland and completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 2006. He was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy from the Queensland University of Technology in 2012 for his work on the mechanical characteristics of a cemented hip replacement system. His orthopaedic training was completed throughout many centres in Queensland, including multiple years in the main tertiary referral centres of the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and the Princess Alexandra Hospital. He received his Fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2018 and was accepted as a Fellow of the Australia Orthopaedic Association in the same year. He completed the prestigious BOSMC Orthopaedic Fellowship focusing on sports orthopaedics and knee surgery under the mentorship of Dr Peter Myers.

During his time at Medical School, Dr Roe juggled a professional rugby union career with his university studies. During this period he played at the highest level representing the Australian Wallabies and the Queensland Reds, the latter of which he captained for four seasons in a career that lasted ten years. He also represented the Australian 7’s team and Australian Universities.

Acupuncturists

Acupuncturist

Alan has been in clinical practice for 35 years since graduating from the Acupuncture College of Australia in 1984 and completing post-graduate work in Japan. Alan has worked with many local and international sports people including Australian Indoor Cricket, Queensland Country Cricket, Queensland Indoor Cricket, Brisbane Lions AFC, and has a strong following in the sport of running and swimming.

Alan has extensive experience in treating people suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome, post-viral conditions and enjoys administering immune strengthening and energy enhancing treatment. He also works extensively with sufferers of acute and chronic pain.

Acupuncturist

Owen Formosa is an Acupuncturist with 9 years clin­ic­al ex­per­i­ence, us­ing shi­at­su and re­medi­al ther­apies, which lead to his pas­sion for the ori­ent­al med­ic­al philo­sophies and prac­tice of Traditional Acupuncture.

Owen spent his child­hood through to his adult life play­ing com­pet­it­ive sport and con­tin­ues en­joy his pas­sion play­ing soc­cer com­pet­it­ively. He has a strong found­a­tion­al un­der­stand­ing of mus­cu­lar skeletal ther­apy from an in­tern­al, men­tal and phys­ic­al per­spect­ive.

He is also pas­sion­ate about in­tern­al medi­cine and treat­ing chron­ic fa­tigue, fibromy­al­gia, woman’s patho­lo­gies and di­gest­ive is­sues, with the un­der­ly­ing the­ory that “you can­not sep­ar­ate the part from the whole”.

Currently treat­ing Athletes in­volved in:

Gold Coast premi­er League foot­ball clubs, NRL, Youth Iron Women, Surf Club train­ers and many more.

Owen gradu­ated with a Bachelor of Health Science and Chinese medicine/Acupuncture, through Endeavour College of Natural Medicine, oth­er aca­dem­ic achieve­ments in­clude Cert IV Massage, Diploma of Remedial ther­apies and Shiatsu Meridian ther­apy, where he achieved the Principal’s Award for con­sist­ent clin­ic­al out­comes

Owen is very proud to be a father and ad­ores his son. He also en­joys fant­ast­ic sup­port from Madelene his part­ner and mother of their son, who is a prac­tising yo­gini.

Owen has been in­volved in over 20 postgraduate Japanese medi­cine work­shops and has also trav­elled to Japan to ob­serve and learn from a Master and Mentor of Japanese medi­cine Ikeda Masakazu. For the last 4 years Owen has stud­ied un­der and been work­ing as a clin­ic­al Assistant with vet­er­an prac­ti­tion­er Alan Jansson.

Sports Nutritionists

Sally Anderson - Advanced Sports Dietician and Exercise Physiologist at QSMC

Advanced Sports Dietician and Exercise Physiologist, Level 1 Anthropometrist

Sally loves her work as a dietitian, and will go to great lengths to help her clients achieve their goals. Sally’s interest in sports nutrition began when she was competing nationally as a lightweight rower; as ‘weight-category’ athletes will testify, meticulous attention to food is necessary to achieve a goal weight. As a result, Sally has first-hand experience & empathy for the challenges that face her athletes & weight management clients.

Rowing was replaced with a love of triathlons (an easy transition given the high volume of cross-training required for rowing), and triathlon – along with the individual disciplines – have become her favoured sports ever since. To balance out the endurance tendencies though, you’ll also find her spending a good amount of time on a gym floor lifting heavy things.

Sally’s dietetic career began in research, completing an honours thesis on ‘Caffeine use in elite athletes’ in 2005. Following this, she tied her dietetics & exercise science degrees together with the Sports Nutrition Course at the Australian Institute of Sport, and then began consulting to various sporting & personal training groups around Brisbane, as well as working for some years at a weight management clinic.

Following this, she spent a year travelling overseas, which sparked an interest in eating for longevity & health. Since then, Sally has grown Apple To Zucchini to service more clients, while still retaining the individualised aspect of nutrition planning – no two meal plans will ever look the same from an Apple to Zucchini dietitian! Sally is currently aiming to perfect the life of a working Mum; her little man Sam, and youngest Abigail are never far from her mind.

Accredited Practising Dietitian, Sports Dietitian & Exercise Scientist, Level 1 Anthropometrist

Andrew is an accredited sports dietitian, motivated by improving the nutrition, health and performance of others, working with a range of individuals, from recreational to elite athletes. He is fascinated by interactions between the environment, food, and the human body, and uses science informed approaches whilst adjusting recommendations to the individual’s unique requirements and situation (e.g injury, training periodisation, intolerances). Andrew is a strong supporter of whole foods, but understands that flexibility is necessary to meet individual real life personal preferences.

Accredited Sports Dietitian, Accredited Practising Dietitian

Steph is a sports fanatic who has trained and competed in many different sporting categories including running, swimming, boxing, functional training, netball and surf life saving. Additionally, with four brothers she is often seen on the side-lines of rugby union games. Steph is a passionate dietitian who is devoted to working with her clients to reach their health and sporting goals. She strongly believes that quality nutrition and exercise is the key to living a sustainable healthy lifestyle.

Living on the Sunshine Coast, it was her love for the ocean and surf life saving that captured Steph’s thirst for competitive sport. She has over 15 years of training and race experience and to date, has represented Queensland three times and gained several individual and team medals at both state and national level.

Steph continues to train & compete, making her understanding of practical sports nutrition one of her great strengths. Seeing how her own performance is impacted by good (and sometimes bad!) nutrition choices has developed her desire to help other athletes make the best possible nutrition choices for them.

Sports Psychologists

Sport & Exercise Psychologist

MAPS CoSEP, BSc GradDipSocSc(Psych) MPsych(Sport & Exercise) PhD(Psych)

Andrea is the founder of Mental Notes and leads a team of sport psychologists in the United Kingdom, Singapore and Australia. She is based in London and is the Sport Psychologist for the Great Britain Women’s Hockey squad and the professional staff at Surrey County Cricket Club.

Prior to moving to London Andrea consulted to Sport Singapore as their Head of Sport Psychology and worked primarily with Singaporean national athletes and coaches from Singapore Sailing and Singapore Golf Association’s Golf Excellence Program. Whilst based in Singapore she continued to be the Sport Psychologist for the Australian Institute of Sport sprint canoe-kayak program. During her early professional years in Australia Andrea serviced the Queensland Academy of Sport golf, tennis and athletics programs. Outside of English Institute of Sport, Sport Singapore, Queensland Academy of Sport and Australian Institute of Sport, Andrea consults to international, national and state sporting organisations, schools and colleges and private academies, in addition to private individuals. Andrea has been involved in four Olympic and Paralympic Games campaigns (2004, 2008, 2012 & 2016); Great Britain women’s hockey, Australian sprint canoe-kayak, 100m hurdles, and triathlon, as well as Singaporean and Mexican sailing at the Olympics, and Singaporean swimming and Australian long jump at the Paralympics.

Specialties: Andrea has extensive practical experience working as a sport psychologist with high achieving clientele, predominantly elite professional, semi-professional, and amateur athletes, including World Champions and Olympic Gold Medalists. Her specialty sports are golf, sailing and tennis. She also has vast experience with triathlon, swimming, canoe-kayak and athletics. Her passion is being part of the team of professionals assisting elite athletes to take their sport to the highest level.

Psychologist

Psychologist BA (Hons) (Psych) MPsych (Sport & Exercise)
Matt completed a Master of Sport and Exercise Psychology at The University of Queensland. He is registered as a Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia.

Matt is passionate about performance and with more than 10 years experience working with elite athletes and leaders in the corporate sector. Matt works with people to improve their self-awareness and uses their increase in awareness to help them achieve results.

Matt’s strength is his practical approach. He uses evidence-based techniques and applies them to the real world contexts in which his clients perform. Matt has a collaborative style that sees him engage with his clients, their coaches, sports medicine professionals and other support staff to maximise their success. By helping his clients understand the whole performance picture from the physical, technical, tactical, and mental perspectives his clients come away with a clear understanding of what it takes for them to drive themselves to achieve great results.

Matt works with individuals and teams and brings a solution-focused approach to his work with people. He draws on his experience working across many sports and at all levels to be able to help his clients understand their peak performance factors and to learn the psychological skills to perform at their peak more consistently.

Bicycle SetUp

Brian McLean - Cycling Biomechanist at QSMC

Cycling Biomechanist

Dr Brian McLean specialises in cycling biomechanics and his a PHD in Biomechanics. Brian has a vast experience with bike set ups having consulted to the AIS, NZ Institute of Sport and many other professional and amateur cycling teams.

Massage Therapists

Remedial Massage Therapist

Michelle has been in clinical practice for over 30 years since graduating from the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences with a Diploma in Remedial and Sports Massage. Michelle has extensive experience that has seen her work with many Australian and International sports people, teams and organisations. Michelle toured with the Irish stage production ‘Riverdance – The Show’ throughout America in 2001 following four years work in the UK with the London Broncos Rugby League Club.

Michelle’s own sporting background as a Track and Field sprinter saw her represent Australia at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games in the 400m and the 4x 400m relay. She works with clients to maximise ‘best body practice’ towards better health and wellbeing in today’s stressful world. Michelle supports both proactive and reactive strategies for her clients where equal time is given to preventative measures as well as overcoming existing problems. Michelle individualises each treatment plan with a range of skills such as myofascial release, trigger point therapy and cupping for example to achieve the best outcomes within the human body kinetic chain.

Terry Downes - Remedial Massage Therapist at QSMC

Remedial Massage Therapist

Terry Downes has been a Sports Massage therapist for nearly 20 years. His interest in the human body and how it works stems from his life as an athlete. He played Softball for 25 years, including over 100 games for Australia along with being a Specialist coach for the Women’s team at the Athens & Beijing Olympics.

He has also been lucky enough to work with many professional Australian sporting teams, including the Brisbane Lions, Wallabies and Qld State of Origin team. Including over 15 years of Sports Massage for QLD Academy of Sport and Australian Institute of Sports athletes, the most recent being the Australian Swimming team for their 2017 World Championships and 2018 Commonwealth Games campaigns.

Terry knows it’s important to get the right diagnosis, and it’s imperative that a therapist be able to communicate properly with the sports medical teams to get athletes back to an optimal state as quickly as possible.

He gets a real kick out of helping everyday people with general problems and common complaints – using the same philosophies that he has carried through his career – aiming to get people moving better, for longer periods of time.

Terry’s experience is second to none, and working in multi-disciplinary clinics has left him confident in liaising with other health professionals to help when he can’t.

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Did you know...

QSMC’s Physiotherapists have attended every Olympic and Commonwealth Games since Atlanta 1996. We provide this same level and high-quality care to each of our patients.

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