Greg Matters

Physiotherapist at Move Physio

Greg sees people experiencing a wide range of musculoskeletal issues. He uses an evidenced-based approach to treatment aimed at achieving long-term results. With Greg, you can expect a mixture of hands on treatment, education and exercise programs tailored to meet your goals.

  • Academic Achievements: Chancellors Letter of Commendation (Top 5% of division): 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018; University Merit Award (Top 15% of division): 2014; First Class Honours (2017/2018)
  • Extra Studies: SASMA Level 1 Sports Trainer
  • Qualification: Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)
  • Memberships: Australian Physiotherapy Association; Golden Key International Honour Society member

Greg became interested in sports from a young age, being involved in little athletics, AFL, resistance training, running and kickboxing at a competitive level. This interest in sports and physical activity quickly translated into an interest in human movement and health.

With Greg’s sporting history, he is particularly interested in injury prevention and management, frequently using graded exercise programs combined with education to assist in the prevention of recurrent injuries. Additionally, Greg has an interest in the management of a variety of acute or chronic pain conditions.

After achieving exemplary results in his Bachelor of Physiotherapy and Honours degree, Greg is enjoying working as a Physiotherapist, seeing people of different ages and activity levels and helping to empower them to improve their overall health and well-being.

In his spare time Greg keeps up to date with all things exercise, coffee (being a semi-pro barista himself) and anxiously watching the crows, occasionally all at once!

If you would like to see Greg for an appointment, you can book online here or call us on 8373 5655.