The human connection is incredibly prominent in all aspects of life, including those people both familiar and unfamiliar to us. Physical activity was a key component of my daily activity when growing up and it made me come to realise how much we can use physical activity to influence every aspect of someone’s biopsychical wellbeing. By going another step further, the understanding of human anatomy and physiology in combination with developing a human connection is an incredibly powerful tool to assist each person with all aspects of life. I have a profound interest in combining these applications to assist in all of life challenges which includes assisting kids in their early developmental stages, through to navigating lifechanging circumstances.
Josh is calm, collected and driven but also knows how to be incredibly fun. Josh completed his tertiary education on the Sunshine Coast and graduated with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Science in 2012. He has since spent time developing his craft and improving his knowledge, application and overall development in the private practice setting on the Sunshine Coast. Josh brings a heavily concentrated musculoskeletal pathology background to his assessment and treatment and enjoys finding ways to apply this in play-based activities with kids. He also combines his understanding of biomechanics with his keen eye for detail, ability to see the bigger picture beyond movement, and personable nature in all of his treatment sessions. Josh seeks continual improvement and has done further training in behaviour change and wellbeing management, technical lifting, and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. The next chapter of his career includes deep diving into complex chronic conditions and developing himself and the profession within the community. Josh enjoys resistance training, running and hiking while also planning how he can utilise the latest technology to improve your outcomes and enhance your life.
- Neurological Rehabilitation
- Paediatric treatment – including play based therapy to develop motor skills, social skills and emotional resilience
- Mental Health management
- Development of the Exercise Physiology profession