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Out patient clinic and hospital work.
Assessment, treatment (post-injury to final rehabilitation phase) and management of patients with the following conditions:
Orthopaedic, Spinal, Neurological and Pulmonary conditions. Intensive care patients, post operative rehabilitation and sports related injuries.
Worked as a physiotherapist in the general out- patient services department. Responsibilities included:
Worked at the BC Women's Health Centre as a Women's health physiotherapist on a casual basis. Responsibilities include:
Committed to connecting with people to provide innovative problem solving; across the domains of coaching, teaching and physical therapy.
I have established my coaching business, Apex Athletic, in which I take responsibility for all operating and administrating aspects:
I am employed as a coach for the Track and Field Program at Meriden Anglican School. My responsibilities include:
I am the physiotherapist for the Colts (15-19 years) and Division 1 teams Football teams. I take primary responsibility for:
I was employed as a full-time physiotherapist within a private clinic. Clientele predominantly presented with musculoskeletal or sporting injury/pain. My clinician duties included:
I was employed as the sports trainer/physiotherapist for the U15, U17, Reserve and First Grade Women's Premier League teams. My role included first aid, injury assessment, taping, massage, documentation and maintaining close communication between SSFA club coaching staff and Jubilee Sports Physiotherapy.
I was employed as a personal trainer to program, coach and supervise exercise prescription. I worked primarily with adults over 40 years of age, with considerations for chronic disease management. I was contracted by the Sydney University Breast Cancer Research Team to deliver exercise interventions investigating the effect of resistance training in women with post-mastectomy lymphedema.
Thesis: Investigating the effects of a single nucleotide polymorphism coding the CD36 membrane transporter on glucose metabolism.
Mr. Nick Pontifex: Physiotherapist, Pontifex Physiotherapy Phone: +61 451 100 490
Mr. Peter Upham: Head Coach, Shire Speed and Strength. President, Sutherland Seahawks Phone: +61 415 889 952
Mr. Scott Swinson: Physiotherapist, St George Hospital Pain Management Unit Phone: +61 426 889 355