Paul is a Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with 30 years experience, and has been running Concord Sport & Spine Physiotherapy for 25 years. He has worked with rugby union, rugby league & hockey teams, and has extensive experience in treating …
Paul is a Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with 30 years experience, and has been running Concord Sport & Spine Physiotherapy for 25 years. He has worked with rugby union, rugby league & hockey teams, and has extensive experience in treating all types of spinal, muscular & joint injuries. He has wide-ranging & up to date knowledge in all areas of physiotherapy. In total, he spent six years at university to obtain his physiotherapy degree and two post-graduate diplomas – in Sport and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. He continues to learn, attending weekend continuing education courses several times per year. He is a prolific reader, and scans the world’s top sporting and medical journals monthly, to keep up to date & well informed.
Special Interests: Paul’s main sporting interests are Rugby League, Rugby Union, hockey, football, & cricket. He also enjoys playing grade & veteran’s hockey, kayaking, making furniture, playing the guitar, & following the St George Illawarra Dragons which he has done for the past 40 years.
Paul has a special interest in back & neck pain, sporting knee injuries, & shoulder pain. He is currently undertaking research into low back pain in construction and office workers, and in patellofemoral (knee-cap) disorders, particularly in the area of instability (subluxations and dislocations). He does extensive continuing education & reading, keeping up to date with the latest research & methods. He writes regular information newsletters for the medical profession & for his patients (see “Resource Library” http://www.cssphysio.com.au/forpatients.html).