Chris is originally from the country town of Griffith NSW, Chris relocated to Wollongong to complete a bachelor degree in Exercise Science at the University of Wollongong, followed by a Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Technology, Sydney. In 2019, Chris has worked with multiple local soccer, rugby league, and rugby teams. Chris’ passion for physiotherapy started from a young age due to his regular participation in the sport which led to many visits to the physio. He was intrigued by their ability to assess and treat injuries and appreciated that physiotherapy could create positive change to someone’s life. Chris has a special interest in knee rehabilitation, Dry Needling and Exercise Prescription.
Chris enjoys working closely with people and developing strong working relationships with his clients. Chris has been employed as a sports and recreation support worker at The Disability Trust since 2017, which sparked a particular interest in working with individuals with higher needs. Before this, Chris worked as a barista, but unfortunately, coffee won’t be included in his consultations.
In his spare time, you’ll find Chris cheering on his Canberra Raiders, playing soccer in the local District League, catching up with mates, or eating Nonna’s leftovers.