Tennis Elbow?! - But I don't even play tennis!
Tennis elbow is a common elbow condition we see, but most people that get it don't even play tennis! Find out more about what this condition is, and how we treat it at Milsons Point Health.Read More →
Andre is a Physiotherapist who consults at Milsons Point Health, and has over two years of clinical experience working in private practice. He also consults at our Mt Kuring-Gai and Asquith clinics.
Andre has a special interest in managing neck, shoulder, ankle, and gym related injuries. He believes that building and maintaining the body's strength and flexibility can help treat and prevent many health conditions. He often designs fun strength based exercise programs for his patients to do at home or the gym, so they can overcome any painful injuries, maintain a healthy weight, and condition their bodies to handle the physical stresses of work and life.
Being a competitive powerlifter himself, Andre has experienced first hand how training at the gym can impact the body, and can help people properly address any niggles or injuries from working out.
On his days off, Andre likes to take out his stand up paddleboard and cruise around Sydney's waterways!
You'll see Andre training at the local Anytime Fitness gyms for his next powerlifting competition!
Andre like exploring new cafes and restaurants with his friends and feast on some delicious meals!
Calcific Tendinopathy is one of the more unusual conditions we see, and occurs when chalk like substances start developing into crystals within the tendons of the body. Any tendon can be affected, but the rotator cuff muscles of the shoulder are one of the most common sites. If this ever has to be removed surgically, it comes out like toothpaste!Read More →
Bursitis is a common condition that occurs when the small, fluid-filled sacs called bursae become inflamed. Bursae are located throughout the body and serve as cushions between bones and soft tissues like tendons and muscles. When they become inflamed, it can lead to pain, swelling, and limited range of motion.Read More →