Graham qualified from Coventry University (UK) in 1997 with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy. After gaining valuable experience working in UK hospitals he migrated to Australia in 1999. He spent six years practising in a busy Sports Injury Clinic in Alice Springs before moving to Kingscliff in 2006. He has since built up a professionally run Physiotherapy Clinic providing high-quality physiotherapy services.
Graham has a broad area of expertise and has specialised, in recent years, in the management of musculoskeletal conditions, both acute and chronic. He has attained all three levels of the Australian Physiotherapy Association Sports Physiotherapy and is also qualified in Western Acupuncture/Dry needling and has qualifications in clinical Pilates. He has worked alongside high-performance athletes in a variety of sports who have competed at a national and international level and has a particular interest in the management of cyclists and triathletes.
While sports injuries form a large part of his caseload he also helps to manage workplace and everyday injuries. He also specialises in the physical ailments of older clients allowing them to live the life they want to live and achieve the highest level of activity possible.
- BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy