Mark Jans has always had a keen interest in sports (golf, tennis, football, athletics) and keeping Fit, Healthy and Injury Free. This interest led Mark to pursue a career in Physiotherapy. Mark is an Australian registered Physiotherapist and graduated from Latrobe University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Prosthetics and Orthotics with first class honours.
Mark has extensive experience in the areas of private practice Physiotherapy, Sports Physiotherapy, Occupational Rehabilitation, and Injury Prevention Programs. Mark has consulted to the Melbourne Golf Injury Clinic, National Back Evaluation Network and A.I.S Golf Program. Mark also has consulted to a number of large companies and sporting clubs over the years (Toyota, Murray Goulburn, Tip Top, Dons, National Foods, Hella, CSL, TNT, North Melbourne FC) to name a few.
Mark's qualifications and 19 years of experience provide him with an exceptional knowledge of physical function and rehabilitation. This enables him to thoroughly assess the whole body (nerves, muscles, joints, movement patterns and behaviours) to identify the underlying cause and factors contributing to your pain.
Mark will show you practical ways to minimise aggravating factors, poor movement patterns and safely improve your posture, flexibility and strength to prevent your injury from returning.
Mark enjoys travelling, photography, and exercise and eating out.
- Accredited Exercise Physiologist
- Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science
- Graduate Diploma of Clinical Exercise Physiology
- First Aid
- Sport (Football, Golf, Cricket, Cycling and Running)
- Active Lifestyle
- Injury prevention
- Back Pain
- Healthy Back Solutions Extensive training utilising David Spine devices
- Community Health
- Personal Training
- Chronic Disease Management
- Ageing Population
- Falls Prevention
- Health Goals
- DEXA Technician (Bone Density analysis)
Since graduating from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2013 Tim has had a wide range of clinical experience from sporting injuries to rehabilitating chronic syndromes. He has a keen interest in rehabilitating people with chronic pain and managing neck related headaches. Tim is regularly involved in rock climbing, bouldering, Brazilian jui jitsu and endurance running and the challenges these activities require of the body.
Tim started studying a Doctor of Medicine in 2016 and has been working as a physio alongside his studies. He enjoys all aspects of health care and integrates his physiotherapy skills with his parallel medical knowledge well.
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