Why did Aaron become a physiotherapist?
Having over 15 years of weight training experience, Aaron always had a passion for understanding how the human body produces movement but also understanding why pain can be the result of poor movement. Having experienced multiple painful injuries over his weight training career, Aaron too understands how feeling physical pain can psychologically unsettle you and how much it disrupts daily life.
"There was never one moment that made me want to be a Physio. I knew I would always be doing something that was hands on and helping people's physical health!"
Helping patients take control is why Aaron loves his job
Aaron believes that pain should be used as a stepping stone for his patients, not a campground! "It is humbling to empower my patients to take control of their health, and achieve their goals...hence why it's the most rewarding part of being a physiotherapist!"
Conditions Aaron knows inside-out
Weight lifting induced lower back
Pelvic hip pain
The Sporting Knee
Dry Needling Level 1
Aaron's sport/s (and common injuries he sees in it):
Powerlifting. Knee & lower back dysfunctions.
Which sporting legends does Aaron look up to?
The one and only, Arnie Schwarzenegger.