Alex is currently completing his Medicine degree at Bond University. He already holds a Doctor of Physiotherapy degree, Bachelor of Science (Sports and Exercise) and recently submitted his Ph.D in exercise science and biomechanics. His primary interest lies in sports and musculoskeletal medicine.
Alex has worked in the private sector for a number of years and with both amateur and professional sporting teams, wherein he has accumulated significant experience with acute injury management in contact sports. Alex has special interests in lower limb injuries, knee injuries and hip/groin related pain. Alex also enjoys preventative injury training though biomechanical correction and counter function training.
Alex has completed postgraduate education in acute knee management; groin pain and foot/ankle pain to compliment his interests and offer advanced treatment to our patients. He also utilizes McKenzie and Mulligan techniques that offer effective relief for mechanical spinal problems.