Tim graduated from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Science (Health Science) and Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). During his studies, Tim traveled to London to partake in a short overseas exchange program at the University College of Osteopathy, where he had the privilege of learning off numerous well experienced British tutors.
Throughout his treating experience, Tim has developed a keen interest for sporting injuries, neck injuries and hip/pelvis injuries. Tim is an experienced sportsman, having played football and cricket for most of his life. He decided to take a step back from playing sport to focus on injury treatment and rehabilitation, including becoming a sports trainer – which exposed him to acute injury management on the sporting field.
Tim takes a holistic approach to treatment. He works with every patient to ensure they are well educated on their injury and management plan which in turn, helps the patient help them self!
In his spare time, Tim likes to make music and exercise. He’s an avid supporter of the Sydney Swans, and Liverpool FC.
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