- Bachelor of Physiotherapy (University of Queensland)
- Dry Needling
- APPI Pilates Matwork
- Dynamic Reformer Pilates
Favourite things to treat:
All sporting injuries, but particularly running, knee and shoulder, pre and post-operative rehabilitation, cervicogenic headache, complex pelvic pain, biomechanical analysis and movement/gym technique correction.
Registered member of the Health and Care Professions Council.
Sport has played a key role in Australian-born Liam’s life, having competed at state level for swimming, waterpolo and athletics, whilst also having trained in dance.
After graduating from the University of Queensland in 2012, Liam began his professional career working in a private clinic in Brisbane. During his time there, he worked with both hospital inpatients and musculoskeletal outpatients.
His inpatient training has given him in-depth knowledge of surgical procedures, having spent many hours observing in theatre with some of Australia’s top surgeons.
During his outpatient experience, Liam gained a breadth of experience working under two of Australia’s leading Sports Physiotherapists. His clients included professional sportspeople from the NRL, AFL and Australian Wallabies.
Given his long list of personal injuries and dance background, Pilates was a natural progression. Proper control and movement is a fundamental component to his practice. His ability to analyse movement and correct technique often means faster recovery and return to safe activity. He encourages his clients to remain as active as possible throughout their treatment, by modifying their exercise rather than stopping
Since relocating to London in early 2015, he has treated people from all walks of life, including numerous West End performers and international circus artists. He has also presented on key topics at corporate conferences, as well as being responsible for delivering many internal CPD programmes at Ten.
Liam’s areas of interest are pre and post-operative rehabilitation, sporting injuries that are most commonly sustained through Power Lifting and Crossfit, cervicogenic headaches and complex pelvic pain including – but not limited to – pelvic floor disorders.
Liam uses a wide variety of techniques, combining hands-on and exercise based rehabilitation in order to achieve patient goals. He often finds that his clients are referred to him, having previous experienced ineffective management. So his treatment focuses on addressing the main cause, rather than just management of the symptoms. This is done by analysing whole-body movements and ensuring good exercise technique.
Liam is determined to ensure that all of his patients have a positive experience and achieve a successful conclusion – something he achieves through the combination of his clinical expertise and his friendly, personal and open approach.