Senior Physiotherapist & Paddington Branch Manager
Will grew up in Wagga Wagga, NSW, before moving to Albury to study Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University. He has previously worked as a gym attendant and Pool Lifeguard at the Kapooka Army Base near Wagga, and has also had experience in sports training with Jindera and Mangoplah Football Clubs. He is a die-hard Collingwood supporter, currently plays mixed netball and goes waterskiing in the summer.
MD Health Paddington
Will has a special interest in the progression from rehabilitating injuries to returning to full function and injury prevention, utilising Strength and Conditioning principles into his programming. Will has completed several courses around this area, including strength and conditioning, spinal and sports physiotherapy courses.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy, APAM
Articles & Podcasts by Will
Exercise Consistency is Key In the pursuit of a healthier and more active lifestyle, consistency is incredibly important. Amidst all the fitness trends and fads, one fact is true: being consistent with exercise is critical for achieving and sustaining your fitness...
The Important Strength Training Exercises For Pregnancy Pregnancy is a transformative journey, both physically and emotionally. While it's a time of joy and anticipation, it's also a period of significant physical changes. One way to support your well-being during...
Lifting weights is a form of resistance or strength training, and is an important part of a good, consistent exercise program. However, people over 50 tend to not engage with strength training as much as they could. This may be due to the stronger focus in the 70s,...
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