Kevin is a Sports Physiotherapist at Physiotec, Tarragindi, Brisbane. Kevin completed his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in Adelaide, and has a special love of field sports and the lower limb, particularly the hip and pelvis and knee.
Kevin is an experienced Sports Physiotherapist who completed his undergraduate degree at the University of South Australia. Kevin also holds a Masters in Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy (Sports) and has achieved titling as awarded by the Australian Physiotherapy Association as an APA Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist.
In early 2020 Kevin made the move to Brisbane from Adelaide where he worked at a large, multidisciplinary sports medicine and orthopaedic centre. He also worked with NPL football teams in Adelaide, which has helped shape his rehabilitation philosophy.
Throughout Kevin’s many years of experience, he has developed an interest in treating injuries of the hip, pelvis, and groin. His clinical interests also include tendon and soft tissue injury management, low back, shoulder, and knee pain rehabilitation. Having sustained an ACL injury himself, Kevin understands the pitfalls and struggles of the rehabilitation journey, leading to a passion for quality ACL rehabilitation.
Kevin’s passion for Physiotherapy stems from meeting new people and developing great relationships to foster improved health outcomes and long-term recovery. He is a lifelong learner who has a strong commitment to best-practice Physiotherapy having completed numerous post-graduate courses including courses with Alison Grimaldi. Consultations with Kevin involve detailed assessments to understand the cause of your injury, hands-on treatment to relieve pain, and prescription of high-quality exercise to build resilience and improve long-term health.
Blogs by Kevin
AWESOME BLOGS THAT KEVIN HAS CONTRIBUTED TO PROUDLY!
If you play one of the football codes (Soccer, AFL, Rugby League or Union), chances are you have already or may in the future experience some groin pain. One study of almost 700 sub-elite male football players reported 50% of players had experienced groin pain in the previous season (Thorborg et al. 2017). Groin pain…
First, let’s start out by outlining what osteoarthritis is. Osteoarthritis is a very common condition, affecting the entire body, but mostly the articular cartilage (cartilage which covers the ends of bones). Cartilage has a smooth surface, allowing bones to slide easily on each other with movement. In the knee joint, there are also some extra…