Sam graduated from the University of Sydney in Australia with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and a Masters of Physiotherapy.
Sam’s physiotherapy experience has been spent working in private practice settings in Sydney, Australia. In these settings, Sam has developed experience in management of musculoskeletal conditions and also a lateral thinking approach in his treatment having worked alongside chiropractors, personal trainers, massage therapists and nutritionists. Sam places a big importance on exercise prescription as the key to long term self management of your body.
Sam’s cliental have not solely been from a sporting background. Sam has worked closely with elderly people running exercise classes and developing suitable home exercise programs. Further, Sam’s experience has involved working closely with people who have cerebral palsy providing manual therapy and supervised exercise programs at the Cerebral Palsy Alliance.
Aside from physiotherapy Sam is a current 1st grade rugby player and player in the National Rugby Championships with the Warringah Rats and NSW Country Eagles respectively thus leading him to be known as “Slammin Sam” to many on the beaches.