Chris’ enthusiasm for sport led him to study a Bachelor of Health Science (Principles of Physiotherapy) and a Master of Physiotherapy at Flinders University. An experienced physiotherapist, Chris is also the current Touch Football South Australia Physiotherapist, has supported the South Australian Women’s Hockey team and various high-level tennis and wheelchair tennis tournaments.
Chris provides a goal-orientated approach to sports injuries and has a particular interest in ACL, shoulder dislocations, ankle sprains and tennis elbow, in addition to helping his patients prevent longer term chronic issues. A believer in treating the root cause of the issue, not just the symptoms, Chris (like all the team at Aspire) provides a well-rounded program of self-rehabilitation to enable patients to return to normal activity levels.
Treating a wide range of patients, Chris also runs strength, and stretch classes in addition to offering dry needling and the world famous GLA:D program for people with hip and knee osteoarthritis.
Unsurprisingly, when not working at Aspire, Chris can be found playing sport – golf or squash. He also enjoys renovating his house or looking after his two much loved sausage dogs.
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