Sam graduated with a double degree from RMIT in 2017 and spent his first 2 years of practice in Tasmania. Originally from Northern Victoria, Sam is excited to help people move through life on home soil once again.
Sam utilizes key principles within Osteopathy to guide his treatment and maintains a strong focus on interrelated joints and structures within the body. In addition to hands on treatment, Sam incorporates exercise prescription, injury prevention and client education to his osteopathic consultations, having experienced first hand the benefits of exercise rehabilitation in long term injury prevention.
Sam’s interest in Osteopathy stems from his own experience with lower limb injuries, and as such, Sam takes a particular interest in treating all things hip and lower limb related. With a passion for team sports such as netball and futsal, he knows first hand, just how limiting a lower limb problem can be and is forever striving to keep people active and participating in their chosen sports.
Sam brings a calm and understanding demeanour to his treatments and always strives to educate clients about the intricate happenings within their body. Sam is a keen netballer and when not in the clinic you can find him on the netball court or scoping out local music gigs.