Carl holds over 10 years experience as an Exercise Physiologist, graduating from Edith Cowan University in 2007. Having developed a passion for sport and health from a young age, pursing a career in Exercise Physiology was a perfect fit.
Carl is dedicated to supporting improved health outcomes for clients experiencing both acute and chronic conditions. He has a particular interest in the benefits of exercise in the management of cancer and finds great reward in improving an individual’s quality of life.
Originally from Brazil, Marco moved to Perth in 2009. Marco has been working in the health industry since 2004 and in 2011 he completed his master’s degree in Exercise Science from The University of Notre Dame, where he also taught human anatomy to undergrad students. Marco has a vast knowledge in human anatomy and exercise physiology and he also holds qualifications in Pilates, relaxation massage, psychomotricity and Physical Education. With a holistic approach, Marco has helped many clients with musculoskeletal, metabolic and mental health issues.
Neil originally qualified as a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in the UK in 1982 and subsequently gained post graduate qualifications in Manipulative Therapy and Sports Physiotherapy from Curtin University in Western Australia and an MSc from Oxford Brookes University in the UK.
Neil’s clinical experience of managing musculoskeletal problems has predominantly been in private practice in Western Australia, but includes work in the mining and gas industries and with sports teams. He has over 12 years teaching experience in the UK where he was a Senior Lecturer on both the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy and MSc Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy programmes at Sheffield Hallam University and Oxford Brookes University.
His special areas of interest include back and neck pain, whiplash injuries, headache, jaw pain, sports injuries and arthritis.