Simon completed his Masters Degree in Osteopathy at RMIT University, conducting research into the field of postural compensatory patterns and diagnostic testing.
Simon has also completed postgraduate studies in dry-needling and is continually updating his knowledge to ensure he offers the most comprehensive treatments.
Simon is a qualified sports trainer and through his involvement with local football clubs as well as his work with post-operative patients in Mombasa, Kenya, he has developed a keen interest in rehabilitation.
Simon has had an active background competing in sports such as swimming, athletics, soccer and water polo, and has gained various insights into musculoskeletal injuries as a result.
Simon enjoys treating a variety of patients, from desk workers to labourers and athletes to weekend warriors. He relates well to people of all ages and provides a consistently thorough level of care in a relaxed and comfortable environment. His treatment approach focuses on the cause of symptoms, and incorporates prevention and management strategies that are designed for each patient.
Simon’s background in sports has given him a keen interest in the treatment of exercise-related injuries, in particular the process of determining the biomechanical cause of the injury and formulating ways in which to prevent its recurrence in the future. Simon also enjoys applying this thought process to everyday conditions to help patients gain relief at work or at home.