BPhysio, APAM, SPAM, ASCAM
Adam is a Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who has been servicing the area for the last 6 years. He graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and has since become certified by the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Sport Physiotherapy Association and the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association.
Adam has a strong interest in spinal care, musculoskeletal maintenance and sports injury rehabilitation. His sports physio history is most noted by his work with the South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) youth and senior squads; a role which he has held since 2014.
M Physio, B Human Movement, APAM
Brad holds a Master of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Human Movement from UniSA. He has a special interest in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy which stems from his passion for running. He has a strong emphasis on active management which was developed during his tenure as Assistant Strength and Rehabilitation Coach at Woodville West-Torrens Football Club (SANFL). Brad takes a holistic approach to physiotherapy, centred around promoting and empowering people with knowledge and confidence, thus providing a pain-free environment for his patients to reach their full potential. When away from the clinic you'll find Brad on the golf course or running the roads.
Diploma Remedial Massage
Denise is a Remedial Massage Therapist who graduated with a Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2014 and has been supporting Physiotherapists in the area ever since.
Denise prides herself on listening to your specific needs and customising a treatment best to suit you, rather than performing a routine massage. Denise believes massage is a necessity not just a treat! Her clients have reported an improvement to their general health and wellbeing after receiving regular massage.
You’ll find Megan’s friendly and knowledgeable face at reception. Her focus is to ensure that
the clinic operates smoothly and efficiently. Megan came to Physiocare 360 after many years working in hospitality, so customer service comes naturally to her.
When she’s not at the front desk she is most likely watching the AFL or AFLW. Megan is a
passionate football fan and has played Women’s football in the local SAWFL as well as Gaelic
football for over 10 years, representing the State in both codes on several occasions.