Professional Title: Physiotherapist

Matthew Toumazou

Matt is a physiotherapist working for PhysioCare Townsville. Matt was raised in North Queensland and graduated from James Cook University in 2016. Matt was drawn to Physiotherapy initially by his love for sport and his desire to help people. He graduated with Honours, completing research into amateur cricketers, the results of which he presented at …

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Nathan Smith

Nathan is a Physiotherapist and owner of Discovery Physio. He has been a Physiotherapist since 2005 working primarily in allied health, sports and fitness clinics in Queensland, Australia. He graduated from Griffith University, Gold Coast with a Bachelor Physiotherapy / Bachelor Exercise Science double degree in 2004. Nathan has upskilled in Clinical Pilates, Exercise Prescription …

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Rob Ewanuk

Rob graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelors of Science in Physiotherapy in 2003.  He is the owner of New Leaf Physiotherapy. Rob has a variety of professional experiences working with the military as well as the private and public health care systems. Rob has earned his certificate in sports physiotherapy, advanced diploma …

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Pete Dal Lago

Pete is a physiotherapist working in Melbourne’s North East at a private practice clinic. He is passionate about improving clients’ wellbeing through physiotherapy consultations, rehab and comprehensive resistance training programs. He works with local sporting teams and the wider active population to keep people moving at their best. Pete has completed further education in shoulder pain, …

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Wade Brennan

Wade is owner and Senior Physiotherapist at Central Physio & Health on the Gold Coast. Wade has been practicing for the last 15 years in private practice and uses a combination of hands on treatments and functional exercise based treatments to help his clients recover from injury and improve performance. Wade has particular interests in …

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