Geoff Clark BPhty
Director / Head Physiotherapist
Director & Head Physiotherapist Geoff Clark has built his Practice on delivering the highest standards of patient care & treatment. He has a strong reputation for achieving results and has built the RMPhysio clinic on patient recommendations and GP and Surgeon referrals. He leads a team of dedicated Practitioners, many with over 10 years’ experience in private practice and elite sports, who are passionate about getting you back to your optimum level of activity.
Geoff has over 30 years’ experience in private practice and sports medicine at all levels. Geoff graduated from the University of Queensland in 1991, and is well known in the area having been a former Partner of Allsports Red Hill, and previously, the Spring Hill Sports Medicine Clinic. He also has a long association with the GPS Old Boys Rugby Club in Ashgrove, with RMPhysio contracted to provide Physiotherapy for GPS Premier grades.
Geoff moved overseas to the UK in 2000 and worked in the highly regarded London Barbican Sports Medicine Clinic followed by 5 years as Head Physiotherapist with Bath Rugby. In 2008, Geoff returned to Brisbane and joined the Queensland Reds to lead the medical program that culminated in the Super Title winning team of 2011. Geoff was part of the Wallabies Physiotherapy team from 2009 until 2012 and part of the key medical team in the Wallabies preparation for the British & Irish Lions Tour test matches. Geoff returned to private practice in 2012 and established RMPhysio with a vision to deliver exceptional client service & patient care. With over 10 years’ experience in contact & collision sports and over 20 years in general musculoskeletal injuries he has in depth understanding of orthopaedic and soft tissue rehabilitation, which translates so well to the needs of his clients in everyday life.
Geoff has personally employed each Practitioner in his clinic to ensure his standards of excellence are delivered by every member of the RMPhysio team.
Sep Rafiee BPhty
Sep has been a Physiotherapist for over 20 years having graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2000. Shortly after he graduated Sep moved to the UK and worked as a consultant physiotherapist to the UK Ministry of Defence at various army and air force bases around England. He then moved into a professional sports role as Head Physiotherapist for the Worcester Warriors Rugby Football Club in the English Premiership. During his career, Sep has consolidated his strong manual therapy and corrective exercise background with a multitude of professional development courses. Over the past 15 years Sep has worked within the Allsports Physiotherapy group and during that time combined his clinical work with roles in professional sport.
Sep has worked in various roles including: Assistant Physiotherapist Queensland Reds (2009-2012); Assistant Physiotherapist Australian Wallabies (2013); Head Physiotherapist Queensland Reds (2015); Head Physiotherapist Brisbane Roar (2015-2017); Head Physiotherapist QAS Women’s Football Physiotherapist (2019-2020). When he’s not at work, you may find Sep pedalling his road bike around South East Queensland and taking part in occasional Gran Fondo.
Ashleigh Matheson BPhty (Hons)
Ashleigh graduated from Australian Catholic University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and has worked in private practice in the Brisbane & Bayside areas treating a variety of musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, sports and vestibular conditions. Ashleigh has worked with the Wilston Grange Gorillas men’s and women’s AFL and QAS Youth Rugby 7s and has also worked with Mater Private Hospital Orthopaedic Ward helping a variety of post-surgical patients from acute care into private practice for long-term rehabilitation. Ashleigh has clinical pilates experience involving reformer and other pilates equipment and enjoys running small group classes targeted at general strength and exercise rehabilitation. With a passion for sports physiotherapy, Ashleigh enjoys treating a variety of sporting injuries and getting patients back to their chosen sport. She also has an interest in post-surgical, neck and shoulder pain. Ashleigh believes in the holistic management of patients to allow them to achieve their goals. Ashleigh currently plays AFL at Wilston Grange AFL.
Alex Barnett BPhty (Hons), Masters Sports Physiotherapy
Alex graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) from the University of Queensland in 2015. He then worked in a private practice in the western suburbs of Brisbane treating a variety of musculoskeletal, sport, orthopaedic and neurological conditions. This also included working with several local sporting teams / clubs, covering football, netball, hockey, and AFL. During this time, Alex designed and implemented pre and mid-season screening tools and injury prevention programs for each individual sport and age groups.
In 2021, Alex completed his dual Master’s degree in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland. Outside of Physiotherapy, Alex plays football in the Queensland National Premier League for Eastern Suburbs. This is combined with other hobbies, such as running, surfing, and camping. Alex has a multifaceted approach to treatment, including therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, education, dry needling, and long-term injury prevention.
Ben Geraghty BPhty (Hons)
Ben has a strong passion for sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He combines his clinical knowledge and experience as a rugby player to best understand his patients needs and help them achieve their rehabilitation and fitness goals. Working with GPS Rugby Club, Ben has had extensive hands on experience with acute sporting injuries and developing rehabilitation programs for players returning to the field post injury. Graduating from University of Queensland (2023) with first class honours in a Bachelor of Physiotherapy Ben has previous experience working as part of the Townsville hospital physiotherapy service where he treated a variety of sports, musculoskeletal and vestibular conditions. In addition, Ben has worked within the Royal Brisbane spinal screening service where he assisted senior physiotherapists in treating chronic and persistent pain for complex back conditions. He has a particular interest in treating sporting injuries and post-surgical rehabilitation of the shoulder, knee and ankle. Ben has a strong gym and exercise background, which he combines with hands on manual therapy and education to provide the best outcomes for all of his patients.
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