Sam is our latest recruit here at Dynamic Motion Physiotherapy joining our team of physiotherapists.
Sam started his studies at UTS undertaking a bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science. His aim was to acquire the prerequisite knowledge from this degree to study within the University of Sydney Masters of Physiotherapy program. In total completing 5 years of study and receiving his Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science and Masters of Physiotherapy.
Starting a career in physiotherapy has been a long-term goal for Sam, whose objectives is for his patients is to improve their quality of life and empower them to take an active role in looking after their health to maximise function throughout life. Sam is eager to continue growing in his career as a physiotherapist with ongoing learning and feels that therapists can keep improving through experience and exploring new research within the field.
Sam is excited to join DMP as he shares our approach to active therapy with clients. Our joint approach helps to improve client health through a therapeutic exercise program with the idea that the condition will be treated and prevented in the future.
Sam enjoys treating the shoulder area where improving the mechanics of movement can treat numerous shoulder conditions, and also the ankle where challenging balance activities can improve the stability, especially for athletes who have had a sprain.
An outdoors person, Sam has participated sports such as football (soccer), tennis and swimming, and still enjoys having a surf at the beach, fishing and hiking. Currently residing in the picturesque suburb of Berowra, he looks forward to exploring the hiking trails every week. These activities really enhance his passion to get out into nature and spend time by the ocean.
Sam has just finished tennis competition after playing for 5 years, choosing to focus on swimming, joining an adult fitness squad where he trains for 1hr sessions and tries to fit 2 more additional training sessions in per week.
Remember our blog post on ankle sprains?
Watch Sam Show You How to Treat an Ankle Sprain !