Each of our physiotherapists holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, possess years of experience and are highly skilled in their field. This section will explain our team’s qualifications and what these mean.
Our Physiotherapists Qualifications Explained:
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Qualified physiotherapists, following a 4 year undergraduate degree, with good general qualifications but has not yet undertaken any postgraduate study.
Masters/Doctor of Physiotherapy
Has completed a 3 to 4 year undergraduate degree in science followed by a 3 year post-graduate Masters of Physiotherapy to become Qualified Physiotherapists. They have not yet specialised in a certain field of physiotherapy.
APA Musculoskeletal/Manipulative Physiotherapist
An APA (Australian Physiotherapy Association) Musculoskeletal Titled Physiotherapist is a highly qualified physiotherapy professional with expert physiotherapy knowledge and skills in the prevention, diagnosis and physiotherapy treatment of back, neck and peripheral joint injuries. They have completed a Bachelor or Masters of Physiotherapy then a year full-time Masters of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. They have a comprehensive knowledge of anatomy, pathology, physiology, assessment and current evidence-based practice in treating spinal and peripheral joint injuries. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists are expert at assessing the structures, contributing factors and mechanics causing your pain.
APA Sports Physiotherapist
An APA Sports Titled Physiotherapist is a highly qualified physiotherapy professional with expert physiotherapy knowledge and skills in the prevention, diagnosis and physiotherapy treatment of sports injuries. They have completed a 4 year undergraduate degree and 2 years post graduate Masters of Sports Physiotherapy. They have a comprehensive knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics, physiology, crisis management, assessment and physiotherapy treatment of joint and muscle conditions. In addition, an APA Sports Physiotherapist has at least 5 years experience working in the Sports Specialty and has completed the Level 3 Sports Physiotherapy Course at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra.
Specialist Sports Physiotherapist
A Specialist Sports Physiotherapist who has achieved advanced Sports Physiotherapy specialised training and successfully completed clinical and oral examinations to be admitted as a fellow to the Australia College of Physiotherapists. Sports Physiotherapy Specialisation is awarded in a specific area. Michael Vadiveloo has been awarded Sports Physiotherapy Specialist status specialising in the knee.