Andrew Ross B.Sc (phyt)
After graduating from Manchester, England in 2009, Andrew has worked in both private clinics and public hospitals with widespread experience in neurological and musculoskeletal disorders. Andrew now works mainly in the community treating NDIS patients suffering from strokes, acquired brain injuries and other neurological conditions such as MS. However, Andrew still works for one day in the clinic treating musculoskeletal disorders.
Andrew is currently studying a masters of public health at UNSW and hails from the bonny shores of Scotland but we won’t hold that against him! He still likes a game of football, running, bush walking and trying to get half decent at playing the guitar. However, his two young kids have other ideas, and are now filling up his social calendar!
Something you may not have known about Andrew but you do now: His fiancée beat him in a Charity mudwrestle in front of hundreds of witnesses in London. Ouch.
Nicholas Mangan B.Sc (phyt), M.A.P.A
After graduating from the University of Sydney with a Master of Physiotherapy degree, Nick began his Physiotherapy career in private practice where he had the opportunity to work with the local AFL and rugby teams. Nick emphasises patient education during rehabilitation, while also incorporating dry-needling and manual therapy within treatment sessions. He has special interests in knee and sports related injuries.
Originally from Vancouver, Canada, Nick has a background in Kinesiology and has diverse work experience in brain injury rehabilitation, and adaptive sports coaching for disabled athletes. In addition to working with lacrosse and ice hockey teams as a sports trainer and coach.