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 personally employed each Practitioner to ensure his standards of excellence are delivered by every member of the RMPhysio team.
Geoff Clark 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.
Brooke Pratley BAppSc Physio, Masters Sports Physiotherapy
Brooke is an APA accredited Sports Physiotherapist with over 15 years experience treating and rehabilitating sports injuries. Brooke has worked with the Australian Flatwater canoe / kayak team, Australian Women’s National Basketball League, various club level women’s and men’s rugby teams, and Australian Women’s Football W-League.
Brooke has been an athlete on the Australian Rowing Team for 8 years and is a dual Olympian, World Rowing Champion and Olympic Silver medalist from the 2012 London Olympic Games. As our rowing specialist Brooke conducts Rowing Specific Sports screenings to review your technique and improve your efficiency on water.
Andrew Vetter BPhty
Andrew graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and commenced working in a sports physiotherapy practice on Brisbane’s Southside. Whilst there, Andrew worked as the Head of Physiotherapy with Lions Football Club in the National Premier League. Andrew has also worked with various other sporting teams in Brisbane, including the Brisbane Roar Men’s First and NPL Teams and Yeronga Australian Football Club.
Through his work with these clubs, Andrew has developed an excellent knowledge of the treatment and management of lower limb injuries with particular interest in the management of hip, groin and lumbopelvic conditions in the athletic population. Having participated in ongoing professional development, Andrew has developed an expertise in the treatment of the shoulder as well as the development of functional rehabilitative programs to optimize performance and prevent injury. Andrew will be working as a Club Physiotherapist for GPS Rugby Senior Teams in 2020.
Matthew Bensted BPhty (Hons)
Matt graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) with practical experience in musculoskeletal, paediatric, cardiorespiratory, amputee rehab, neuro/stroke rehab and aged care. He has since worked in a private practice musculoskeletal setting treating a wide variety of general pain conditions, post-surgical rehabilitation, sporting injuries and performance improvement. He has a particular interest in treating neck, back and shoulder pain as well as working with people with complex or chronic pain issues. Matt also has a keen interest in sport, having played AFL and netball competitively and socially around Brisbane and generally enjoys keeping fit and active in the outdoors. He is passionate about working collaboratively with his patients to help people get the most out of doing the things they love.
Grace Williams BPhty (Hons)
Grace graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) from the University of Queensland in 2015. Following graduation, Grace worked in a large sports medicine clinic in Brisbane treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. In 2018, she moved to the United Kingdom where she worked in the Performing Arts industry as the Physiotherapist for the Dirty Dancing and Kinky Boots UK and Ireland tours. Grace also worked as the Physiotherapist for multiple musical theatre companies in London’s West End, and has experience working behind the scenes in film, providing physiotherapy care to both cast and crew. She is able to offer dance assessments, pre-pointe screening and vocal release for singers.
Grace attained her Pilates certification through The Pilates Institute of Queensland in 2014 and she has a holistic approach to treatment incorporating education, manual therapy, dry needling, exercise prescription and clinical pilates.
Max Quigley BPhty
Max graduated from the Australian Catholic University with Deans List Commendations and commenced working in a private practise in both Ipswich and Brisbane North Side. Whilst there, Max worked as the Head Physiotherapist for the Ipswich Knights Football Club in the Football Queensland Premier League, as well as the West Mitchelton Rugby League Football Club Division 1 Side.
Max has played Premier Grade Rugby for Easts as well as being a part of the Brisbane Lions AFL under 18’s side and Academy. From both his involvement in sporting teams and clinical work, Max has developed a strong interest in treating sporting injuries, advanced dry needling, lower back and neck pain and post-surgical rehabilitation. Max has a passion for working with patients to achieve their goals and improve both their health and quality of life.
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.
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