I’m an experienced musculoskeletal physiotherapist from the Gold Coast, Australia.
Since qualifying in 2012, I have had a special interest in the shoulder joint. I’ve undertaken significant study and research in this area and am currently completing a shoulder-pain-related PhD at Bond University.
My shoulder research and educational materials have been published in high-quality, peer-reviewed journals, along with several orthopaedic and musculoskeletal textbooks.
I lean strongly on scientific evidence in my clinical practice and research, leading to many early mornings and late nights geeking out on the latest research!
I teach my shoulder workshops both in Australia and internationally to much acclaim. More than 700 students from 42 countries have taken my online courses. I am also a visiting lecturer at Bond University, where I teach the shoulder to physiotherapy students.
I believe in the inherent adaptability and strength of human beings – a belief strongly backed by scientific literature. As such, I approach shoulder pain management on the pillars of tailored therapeutic exercise and patient-centred education.
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As a researcher and a clinician, I not only have in-depth knowledge of shoulder pain and dysfunction – I also understand the everyday practicalities of applying evidence in the clinic.
This ensures my courses are not only informative and educational but also practical, providing insights and strategies you can immediately apply to help your patients achieve better outcomes.
When my nose isn’t in a shoulder (metaphorically speaking), I love hanging out with my family, lifting weights, golf and surfing some of the best beaches on the planet (yep, you’re allowed to `be jealous!)
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