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Marc Sayers



Marc graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Applied Science and Master of Physiotherapy Practice. Throughout his studies, Marc gained experience in Australia and overseas, working with paediatric, sporting and older adult populations.


Marc has a keen interest in sport which developed from a young age. With a unique background in baseball, Marc represented both Australia and Victoria as a junior. This involvement in sport led to numerous first-hand experiences of injuries and subsequently, an interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation.

Marc has been the Head Physiotherapist for the Calder Cannons Football Club in the AFL U18s Coates Talent League. He also is a casual academic at La Trobe University, teaching into the physiotherapy course.

He has a particular interest in sporting and non-sporting conditions/injuries of the shoulder, knee and ankle. Marc is an accredited GLA:D program physiotherapist - managing hip and knee osteoarthritis. He has also published research in assessment of the shoulder, and is currently a treating physiotherapist for a clinical trial investigating outcomes of exercise after ACL injury.

Marc primarily employs strength and conditioning principles in the management of various injuries and conditions, ranging from sporting injuries to spinal conditions. Marc also uses manual techniques when appropriate and has qualifications in dry needling.

Outside of work, Marc enjoys travelling, photography (you can credit him for the photos on this website), participating in various sport and cooking.

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