Sam is a registered Osteopath with experience working in regional and metropolitan Victoria. Alongside his clinical roles he has completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Honours) investigating the effect of kneecap pain on running gait. In 2021, Sam received a scholarship from The University of Melbourne to undertake a PhD studying lower limb injury. His research has been published in multiple high impact journals such as the British journal of Sports Medicine and the Journal of Foot and Ankle Research.
Sam currently tutors at The University of Melbourne and has presented workshops for Osteopathy Australia on ‘Osteopathy for Older Australians’. He sits on the Victorian State Council for Sports Medicine Australia and the Osteopathy Australia Editorial and Education Committee helping to deliver quality professional development for clinicians.
Sam has experience working with local sporting clubs and workplaces to assist with the management and prevention of sporting and workplace injuries. Sam has expertise treating patients of all ages and enjoys seeing patients reach their goals. Sam utilises a range of treatment techniques and will provide tailored rehabilitation programs for the management and prevention of your injury.
In his spare time, Sam enjoys surfing around Victoria and is a regular participant in the Melbourne marathon.
• PhD Candidate – The University of Melbourne
• Bachelor of Health and Biomedical Science (Honours) – RMIT University
• Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy) – RMIT University