Master of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Science (Anatomical Sciences), Australian Physiotherapy Association Musculoskeletal and Sports and Exercise Member.
Chris graduated from Curtin University with a Master of Physiotherapy having previously completed a Bachelor of Science (Anatomical Sciences) at the University of Western Australia. He has extensive experience in both sports and private practice settings. Physiotherapy is not only Chris’s job, but his passion and hobby. He takes pride in being up to date with the latest physiotherapy developments to ensure he gives his patients the best possible service in a friendly, professional manner. Chris provides all patients with easy to understand explanations of their condition/injury, ensuring there is clear understanding of what is required for recovery and future prevention. Clinically Chris enjoys treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal injuries, the most common of which are back pain, neck pain, headaches and sporting injuries. He takes a special interest in post-operative rehabilitation and treating vertigo. Chris enjoys seeing his patients return to full function, whether that be high level sport, recreational activities or work. Chris takes an active role in the local community and is involved with the Stirling Amateur Football Club and the Northern Redbacks Women’s Soccer Club. Outside of work, he is a sporting fanatic and when he’s not plying his trade he’s watching AFL, the cricket or enjoying the great outdoors.