Brendan is an experienced paediatric Physiotherapist having spent seventeen years working at the Royal Children’s Hospital, and fourteen years in private practice, treating children and adolescents with a range of conditions. He has presented at national and international conferences and is co-author and editor of a book on sporting choices for boys with Haemophilia.
Brendan’s particular expertise is paediatric musculoskeletal issues such as anterior knee pain and sporting injuries, however he also has many years experience treating children with persistent (chronic) pain and juvenile arthritis. Other interests include advising families on developmental issues such as delayed development, flat feet, knock knees and torticollis and plagiocephaly. Children and adolescents requiring rehabilitation following trauma, fractures and surgery would also benefit from Brendan’s expertise and he also has experience with complex conditions such as scoliosis.
Outside of work Brendan likes to keep fit by going to the gym, for runs and playing basketball. He also enjoys watching his three children play sport, and walking his dog Loki.
- B App Sc (Physio) Grad Cert (Health Services Management) MBA