Andy is a highly experienced and passionate physiotherapist. He grew up loving all things sport and as a result spent a lot of time in physiotherapy as a kid becoming fascinated with how the body works.
After graduating from Monash University, Andy has worked primarily in private practice but also has experience working in chronic pain clinics and hospitals. In addition to being a physiotherapist he is a qualified Pilates instructor, Level 1 strength and conditioning coach and certified bike fitter to help with cycling injuries.
Following his passion, Andy also has experience in elite sport. He has previously worked with Hockey Victoria and spent several years with Australian soccer team Melbourne City. More recently he travelled to the 2018 Commonwealth Games working with boxing and squash. Currently Andy is working with Australia's National Blind and Vision Impaired Football teams.
In his spare time Andy is conducting research investigating management of shoulder tendons in conjunction with Monash University and is completing his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy with La Trobe University.
When he's not working Andy loves spending time with his fiancée and their dogs. He plays soccer locally and loves snowboarding and gym.