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— Physio & Partner
Peter is a practice principal and has been working at West Lakes since 1989. He is also involved with a teaching role in the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Physiotherapy programmes at the University of South Australia.
Clinical Interests: The management of spinal problems, orthopaedic and Pilates rehabilitation and chronic pain management.
Personal Interests: Spending time with the family, watching sport and playing recreational tennis.
Shane has been with us for over 15 years. He now combines his work here with a Clinical Educator role with 3rd-year Undergraduate Physiotherapy students at the University of South Australia. Shane was also one of the physiotherapists at Port Adelaide Magpies in the SANFL for 3 years.
Treatment of sports injuries, manipulative therapy and dry needling.
Spending time with family, reading and playing golf.
Tom completed his Bachelor of Podiatry in 2001. He started Podiatry First in Sydney with another podiatrist in 2003 which grew to 3 stand-alone clinics by 2011. Tom and 2 other podiatrists started Podiatry First Sports in 2007 inside Joggers World in the Adelaide CBD.
Clinical Interests: Tom has a particular interest in Sports Podiatry, however he is also passionate about providing the very best in routine general treatments.
Personal Interests: Spending time with the family, watching sport and playing recreational tennis. Tom recently moved back to Adelaide with his wife and two children and has been spreading his time between the City clinic and the West Lakes clinic. He currently consults 3 days at West Lakes. Tom is a keen swimmer, mountain biker and skier.
— Physio & Partner
Mark first started working in the clinic in 2001 and became one of the partners of the business in 2004. Mark works part time for the Adelaide Crows Football Club and spends the rest of his time at the clinic. He has a special interest in sporting injuries particularly soft tissue injuries and football related injuries.
Clinical Interests: Hamstrings, knee pain and lower limb sporting injuries
Personal Interests: Spending time with the family, playing with the kids, travel and watching/playing sport.
Crystal joined the Adelaide Crows Sports Medicine clinic in 2018 with a broad range of experience across musculoskeletal, sports and work injury rehabilitation. She comes from a dance background and has experience with rehab of dance injuries and pre-pointe assessment. She played Netball through university and continues to enjoy supporting peoples’ return to sport after injury.
Clinical Interests: Crystal has a passion for Pilates for both rehabilitation and fitness goals.
Crystal is an avid Crows supporter, enjoys attending Pilates for her own fitness and loves watching any sport really!
— Physio & Partner
Sandy is a practice principal and has been working at the Adelaide Crows Sports Medicine Clinic since 2000. She also worked at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital for many years developing a special interest in growth related injuries.
Clinical Interests: Running injuries, Paediatric and adolescent injuries, spinal pain, Pilates exercise and Netball injuries.
Personal Interests: Running, camping, watching Port Power (especially when they beat the Crows!) and spending time with the family.
— Remedial Massage Therapist
Kirsty Joins the clinic with a wide range of experience in treating and assisting with both sporting and workplace injuries, while also dealing with everyday aches and pains and chronic conditions. she is a big advocate of preventative therapy i.e. keeping the muscles loose and healthy, therefore reducing the risk of sprains and soft tissue injury. She will be combing her work at the clinic with her role as a head sports trainer for a SAAFL Football Club as well as continuing her role as a remedial massage therapist in a sports clinic in the east of Adelaide.
Clinical Interests: Reducing pain, improving range of motion and muscle function in order to achieve a better quality of life and improve athletic performance at any level.
Personal Interests: Running, swimming, yoga and watching most sports but especially the crows in both the AFL and the AFLW.