Scott graduated from the University of Queensland in 2010 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
He began his career in Sydney, with an Aged Care company that was based out of Melbourne. The company relied on Scott heavily in their quest to expand into Sydney. Scott was the single physiotherapist in a facility looking after approximately 120 clients. This really threw Scott in the deep end but it was a challenge in which he succeeded and learnt a lot from. Since then, the Aged Care company has successfully expanded to over 10 different sites across NSW. Scott stayed with the company on a part time basis for several years.
In April of 2012, Scott joined the Butel Physiotherapy team alongside Jamie Page and Cathy Butel. This was a turning point as Scott was always passionate and keen to immerse himself in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Since then Scott has gained significant experience in assessment and treatment of a wide range of musculoskeletal issues.
Areas of expertise Scott’s interest in complex pain management has evolved with his clinical experience throughout his career. He believes there are many factors that influence peoples pain and it is important to take each of these factors in to consideration when assessing and treating each new patient.
Scott also has a vested interest in the management of sporting injuries. With his sister representing Australia in triathlon at the Commonwealth Games and Olympic games Scott has had first hand in experience in managing athletes at the elite level. However, his sporting focus isn’t just at the elite level, with vast experience for NSW AFL and as a sports trainer for QLD junior soccer.
Scott has also completed the Titleist Performance institute (TPI) level 1 medical course. With this course he is accredited with TPI to perform golf specific assessments of biomechanics and the golf swing.
Scott has also completed numerous post-graduate courses including; dry needling, myofascial release techniques and “understanding chronic pain”. He was also involved in a 2012 NSW PHD research project for the treatment of chronic pelvic and back pain
If Scott isn’t in the clinic there is a good chance you may find him on the golf course!