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Sydney & Hobart Biomechanics Clinics

With today's busy lifestyle, trying to fit in work, sport, family and a social life, it comes as no surprise that our feet, legs and lower back sometimes get painful with daily activity. Often these aches and pains are dismissed as being "normal". This is not necessarily the case, many of these aches and pains can be caused by poor footwear, poor foot posture and poor general posture.

Since 1988 Alex has studied Podiatry and especially Biomechanics of the lower limbs. This has allowed him to develop a special interest in treating Biomechanical related conditions of the feet, legs and lower back. His extensive qualifications, wide variety of experience and collaboration with some of Sydney and Hobart's leading Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Physiotherapists allows him to easily treat and manage many of these daily aches and pains.

If you are experiencing daily aches and pains, your foot posture and general posture as well as wear patterns in your footwear can be used to assess your condition. Simply make an appointment and bring some of your older regularly used shoes with you. Alex would be glad to talk with you and discuss how best to manage your condition. Creating a stable foundation at your feet is the key to good Biomechanics, posture and wellbeing for a busy modern life!
Clinic locations HOBART
Hobart Biomechanics Clinic
214 Elizabeth St
Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6234 5009
Mob: 0401 854 350

Sydney Biomechanics Clinic
Level 5, 72 Pitt Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 9222 9997
Mob: 0401 854 350
Profile Alex graduated with his initial Podiatry qualification from the University of South Australia in 1991. Since then he has been constantly studying to satisfy his desire for knowledge and therefore provide you with the best care possible. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Podiatry), Graduate Diploma in Podiatry and a Masters of Podiatry.

While studying for his Masters Degree, he participated in several research studies investigating Biomechanics of the lower limbs and the effects of different styles of footwear. Two of these studies have been published in the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association.

He has a wide range of experience and has worked as a Clinical Tutor at the University of South Australia, various multidisciplinary clinics in Adelaide, Hobart and Sydney, the Australian Defence Force and the Wine Industry.
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