Matt started his physiotherapy career in the community setting, working with a private home visit company. In this role he has completed geriatric, neurological, orthopedic and cardiovascular rehabilitation as well as musculoskeletal assessment and treatment, mainly in the workplace setting.
During his three years as a community physio, he and his wife Helene took a break for 6 months and moved to Nice, France so Helene could complete her business school exchange program through Curtin University.
Matt's passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy led him to join the Lifecare team in 2014, moving to Southcare Physiotherapy in Murdoch. After a wonderful 18 months in Murdoch, Matt moved to Willetton Lifecare and is treating in a mainly outpatient musculoskeletal capacity, although he does still do part time community hours with Lifecare's Homecare Physiotherapy.
Matt has completed many training courses and additional certifications over the last five years including Mulligan's mobilisation with movement techniques, functional lower limb rehabilitation, dry needling and active management of chronic pain.
Matt is very excited to go on to study his Masters in Manipulative Therapy over the next couple of years.
Playing guitar and piano, will one day learn the violin and the drums (if my wife lets me). Soccer and squash, running and cycling.