Physiotherapist & Owner
Simon grew up surfing the waves in Cronulla. If it wasn’t surfing it was soccer and swimming and then triathlons. His love of the water never diminished, and it was one of the many draws that saw him eventually move to the Southwest.
After first completing a Business degree, he worked in the corporate world in North Sydney. Travel through the middle east opened his eyes to the world, so he returned home and dived into a Physiotherapy Degree during which he earned the ‘Dean’s award for Academic Excellence’.
Before moving to Margaret River in 2004, Simon worked at the Sydney 2000 Olympics within the International Village Physiotherapy Centre and was also an envoy to the Australian Olympic team. He has also helped setup a paediatric Physiotherapy program at the Phu My Orhphange in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.
Simon has gathered varied skills during his years as a physiotherapist which enable him to provide a very holistic looking at the entire body and thorough approach to treatment. Completing Acupuncture training through the APA (Australian Physiotherapy Association) along with a Diploma of Remedial Massage has provided him with a very hands approach. He has furthered his post grad studies with a Certificate of Orthopaedic Therapy and is a member of the Musculoskeletal branch of the APA and a member of Sports Medicine Australia.
- Actively involved in many local sporting teams and sporting professionals
- Provides in house winery and corporate manual handling training programs
- ‘Pilates – Spinal Fitness Program’ for over 10 years in Margaret River, which utilises Fitball, Pilates and Yoga stretching principles to develop core and functional strength, and spinal flexibility.
- Gym based program for sporting injuries and Workcover rehabilitation – onsite training through ‘Bodyclub’ gym or the Margaret River Recreation Centre.
Simon continues to love the outdoors and whenever possible is either out in the water, or hitting the trails mountain biking or running. His passion for movement and sport gives him a unique perspective on rehabilitation of the training athlete and how to perform at your peak.