- Director SMPC
- Bachelor Physiotherapy
- Memb. Australian Physiotherapy Association
- Memb. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Association
Andrew is a dedicated leader who is passionate about family, sport, education, travel and being present in the moment.
Andrew graduated from La Trobe University in 1999 and was awarded a graduate position at Royal Melbourne Hospital. He spent 5 years working within the hospital system, gaining a broad medical knowledge. In 2001 Andrew relocated to Royal Darwin Hospital and with a growing interest in indigenous health and a love of adventure, he spent time working in The Kimberley at Broome, Derby and their surrounding communities. Between 2003-2005, Andrew held positions in out-patient Orthopaedics at Monash Medical and then abroad in the UK at The Royal London Hospital and Manchester Royal Infirmary.
Sport, health and education have always played a significant role in Andrew’s life and upon returning to Australia he transitioned to working in private practice to follow his passion. Throughout his career Andrew has worked extensively in AFL (1997-2001), Rugby Union (2006-2017) at Powerhouse and Cycling/Triathlon (2013-current). In addition to sporting team environment Andrew has been consultant physio for Dancing with the Stars, QANTAS, and St Ali/ Sensory Lab coffee. Andrew has a keen interest in the diagnosis and management of shoulder and knee injuries and consults closely with surgeons from Melbourne Orthopaedic Group assisting in post-operative rehab.
Outside of work Andrew is a proud husband and father of two. His interests include; Collingwood, riding bikes and conversations over coffee, good food and wine. Andrew’s love of cycling has seen the development of an SMP team at state level, a weekly shop ride and annual cycling trips both domestically and overseas.
Andrew’s professional interests include:
- Diagnosis and management of shoulder and knee injuries
- Post surgical rehabilatation
- Sports Injuries
- Cycling specific biomechanical issues (incl. bike setup)
- Mens Health