George’s passion for human anatomy, injury diagnosis and management stems from an extensive history of injuries as a child, and from a strong love for all things sport with a particular history in rugby and elite level rowing. This injury history and sports passion kickstarted his journey to physiotherapy which commenced with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the Australian Catholic University, then recently completing his Master of Physiotherapy degree from the University of Technology, Sydney. Throughout these years, George gained extensive knowledge and experience through clinical placements and working with junior rugby teams in acute injury assessment and management.

Whilst becoming a physiotherapist, George developed a keen passion for working with children and adolescents with lower limb tendon, ankle and knee injuries. George’s experience in coaching adolescent athletes through elite rowing and rugby has led him to have high level skills in ensuring the timely introduction and instruction in correct rehabilitation, underpinned with promoting athletic development and maximising performance on the field.

George incorporates world leading physiotherapy techniques along with a balance of strength and conditioning principles in his rehabilitation of injured client’s, to ensure all injuries are rehabilitated in a timely manner and ensure your performance is better than it was pre-injury.

Outside of clinic hours George is a massive fan of all sports in particularly rugby union (“Go the Brumbies”), rowing and tennis.  He loves to catch up with mates for a round of golf and return to his rural heritage whenever he can.