Josh completed a Doctor of Physiotherapy Degree from Macquarie University in 2022, a Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2018 and a Bachelor of Sports & Exercise Science in 2016 from Southern Cross University.
Josh has a wide array of interests completing certifications in club weightlifting, sports power coaching, sports training, and strength & conditioning.
Clinical interests include assisting adult and paediatric populations, with Josh completing a six-month internship at Westmead Children’s Hospital working with bone fragility and amputee populations.
- Chronic health management
- Musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation
- Bone fragility & amputee rehabilitation
- Orthopaedic rehabilitation
- Sports-specific rehabilitation and management
- CrossFit-specific rehabilitation and performance training
Outside work, Josh enjoys playing the guitar, reading, walking his dog ‘Walter’, and heading to the beach.
What do you enjoy most about being a Physio? I love helping people from all walks of life. Physio is a great avenue for me to connect with people and work together to build a greater sense of community.
If you were a superhero, what 2 powers would you have? The ability to fly and swim underwater without needing to breathe.
What was your first job? I grew up on a farm in central NSW, so work was plentiful. Naturally, my Dad always said, “you work for love mate; that’s your pay”. Gotta love it!
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