My name is Massimo Mirabile and I am a qualified physiotherapist as well as an exercise scientist and accredited exercise physiologist. I completed a Bachelor of Science and Exercise Science at Deakin University followed by the Graduate Diploma of Education …
My name is Massimo Mirabile and I am a qualified physiotherapist as well as an exercise scientist and accredited exercise physiologist. I completed a Bachelor of Science and Exercise Science at Deakin University followed by the Graduate Diploma of Education at Melbourne University. Following the Graduate Diploma, I spent two years teaching Physical Education and Health before studying for the Bachelor of Physiotherapy. I enjoy all aspects of private practice including general, spinal, TAC, Workcover, EPC, joint problems, diabetes education, muscle dysfunctions, men’s and women’s health, sports injuries, and hydrotherapy. I have a keen personal interest in clinical pilates, dry needling, sports injuries and exercise prescription for the healthy and special population. Postgraduate qualifications/courses: · Dry needling · Sports Level 1 and 2 · DMA Clinical Pilates levels 1-4 · Spinal Level 1 Involvement with Teams and Associations: · Football Federation Victoria · VIS Cycling team · Melbourne Victory Soccer Club · Victorian Premier League soccer team VTC · National Futsal Championships, Canberra, 2010, 2011 · National Youth Championships, Coffs Harbour, 2010 · Jayco Bay Cycling Classic, Geelong, 2010 · Australian Speed Skating team 2011, 2012 · Mernda Football Club Professional Memberships: · Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) · Sports Physiotherapy Association (SPA) · Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
Healthshare Interview with Massimo Mirabile
Why did you get involved in Exercise Physiology? I became involved in exercise physiology to help people recover from injuries and help achieve their goals.
Why do you love what you do? I love what I do because it is rewarding and satisfying when patients are able to achieve their goals.
What level of skill do you possess? I have a high level of skills in assessing and treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries.
How would you define your attitude to patient / client care? I have a Client centered approach. Taking into consideration: Patient's attitudes and beliefs towards treatment Latest research Own experience
How do you explain information to clients (like treatment options)? Visual (Internet, info sheets, model of spine) and verbal information. Show more
Bachelor of Applied Science (Science and Exercise Science), Deakin University, 2001 Graduate Diploma of Eduaction, Melbourne University, 2002 Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Charles Sturt University, 2007