Mark is fascinated about the human body; how it is made, how we move and how we can best recover from injuries and go on to achieve high performance.

Having obtained his first degree in Social Work and Human Behaviour in 1991, Mark came to realise his real calling was to work with the physical body, and in 1994 Mark graduated from Sydney University with his degree in Physiotherapy. Mark has dedicated these last 28 years to developing into an elite Physiotherapist.

Mark has a deep understanding of people and how an injury affects them, as well as having the unique ability to lead his clients through their injury recovery and return to optimal performance.

Marks clinical interest is in the rehabilitation of complex injuries and identifying all the compensatory movements people adopt due to ongoing pain. Mark will always explain how you will recover, the injury timeframe and by providing you the right rehabilitation at the right time, Mark will assist you recover in the shortest time possible.

Mark continues to lecture and teach leading research in the use of Functional Clinical Pilates and how this best assists the recovery of injuries. Teaching and sharing are a significant component of Marks’ day to day injury care as well as amongst his lifelong professional goals.

Mark continues to work with elite and recreational athletes, with his sports passion being Rugby Union.  Mark has been the 2014 Team Physiotherapist for the North Harbour Rays National Rugby Championship team and travelled with the team around Australia.

He was Gordon Rugby Union Club Physiotherapist 2012 -14, Wakehurst Tigers Men’s Premier League Football 2014 – 2020, and has worked with Classical Ballet Dancers, State Swimming athletes, Weightlifters as well as Olympic and Commonwealth Games athletes. You name the sport and Mark has worked with those athletes.

Mark’s happy and energetic, dedicated to sharing his knowledge with his staff, his profession and to all his clients.

Mark has a series of lifelong goals, some of which are to climb the highest Mountains of Nepal, catch and release a large Black Marlin and continue camping around Australia, where he can enjoy his hobbies in photography, fishing and camp cooking (and eating).