APA titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist
Special interest in:
- Sporting injuries
- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Head and neck injuries
- Hip and back pain
P: (07) 5474 9093
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Scott Findlater graduated from the University of Queensland in 2007 with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. He then worked as an exercise physiologist whilst he completed his Master degree in physiotherapy on the Gold Coast. From there he jumped straight into the world of elite sport physiotherapy working in both the Q-Cup (Rugby League) and NEAFL (AFL) competitions. With his interest in sports physiotherapy firmly seated Scott headed north to central QLD to enable him more time to complete his post graduate studies in Sports Physiotherapy. Scott has recently completed his Master in Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University and has been awarded the titled of Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist from the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
Scott has spent the last couple of years working and travelling through Europe. Upon returning to Australia, Scott and his new wife, Kristen, decided to settle on the Sunshine Coast to enjoy all that Australia has to offer. Scott enjoys treating activity-related injuries and prides himself on a detailed assessment that will provide honest and open advice. He has further interest in sports science, workload management and injury prevention. Scott has been the team sports physiotherapist for the Noosa Tigers AFL Club for the last two seasons where he has overseen their injury surveillance and prevention programs. This unique position allows him to bring the latest in evidence based sports physiotherapy strategies to your injury management.
Scott’s passions include fishing, surfing and coffee. If the weather is good he can usually be found out on the water wherever the fish are biting or the waves are good.
• Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement Studies – Exercise Science) (2007)
• Masters of Physiotherapy (2010)
• Graduate Certificate of Sports Physiotherapy (2014)
• Masters of Sports Physiotherapy (2019)
• Australian Physiotherapy Association Level 3 Sports Physiotherapy (2019)
• Allied Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
• Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)