Kerry Staples

Physiotherapist

KS

Kerry has been lead physiotherapist for QLD Firebirds netball team and is the physiotherapy coordinator for Netball Qld.

Kerry was also a team physiotherapist at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games and was the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWIA) Snowboard team physiotherapist for four seasons.

He has an interest in injury prevention, and the link between training loads and injury risk. Kerry believes that excellent sport physiotherapy is for improving sporting performance, not just about injury management. He enjoys helping athletes of all levels to train and compete at their best. He has experience working with netball, basketball, cycling, paralympic sport, water polo, snowboard, snow skiing, roller derby, kiteboarding and swimming athletes.

Kerry is currently also a clinical educator and tutor with the University of Queensland's undergraduate and sports masters physiotherapy programs; in the past Kerry held a similar role with the Australian Catholic University. He was on the scientific committee for the 2015 CONNECT Sports Physiotherapy Australia conference, and lectures on APA Sports Level 2 courses.

Kerry has an interest in, and provides services for:

  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Sport biomechanics, strength and conditioning, recovery physiology
  • Athlete monitoring
  • Adolescent athletes
  • Knee injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Back pain and injury
  • Headaches and jaw pain
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Foot and ankle injuries
  • Pain sciences and education for persistent and chronic pain
  • Clinical Pilates (Reformer and Mat work DMA pilates)
  • Dry needling
  • Pain sciences and education
  • Sport biomechanics
  • Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment (MWM) techniques

Kerry completed his Master of Physiotherapy (Sports) in 2010 and is an APA titled Sports Physiotherapist.

Phone 07 3856 5566 or click here to book online now!

Kerry Staples

Physiotherapist

KS

Kerry has been lead physiotherapist for QLD Firebirds netball team and is the physiotherapy coordinator for Netball Qld.

Kerry was also a team physiotherapist at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games and was the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWIA) Snowboard team physiotherapist for four seasons.

He has an interest in injury prevention, and the link between training loads and injury risk. Kerry believes that excellent sport physiotherapy is for improving sporting performance, not just about injury management. He enjoys helping athletes of all levels to train and compete at their best. He has experience working with netball, basketball, cycling, paralympic sport, water polo, snowboard, snow skiing, roller derby, kiteboarding and swimming athletes.

Kerry is currently also a clinical educator and tutor with the University of Queensland's undergraduate and sports masters physiotherapy programs; in the past Kerry held a similar role with the Australian Catholic University. He was on the scientific committee for the 2015 CONNECT Sports Physiotherapy Australia conference, and lectures on APA Sports Level 2 courses.

Kerry has an interest in, and provides services for:

  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Sport biomechanics, strength and conditioning, recovery physiology
  • Athlete monitoring
  • Adolescent athletes
  • Knee injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Back pain and injury
  • Headaches and jaw pain
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Foot and ankle injuries
  • Pain sciences and education for persistent and chronic pain
  • Clinical Pilates (Reformer and Mat work DMA pilates)
  • Dry needling
  • Pain sciences and education
  • Sport biomechanics
  • Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment (MWM) techniques

Kerry completed his Master of Physiotherapy (Sports) in 2010 and is an APA titled Sports Physiotherapist.

Phone 07 3856 5566 or click here to book online now!

Kerry Staples

Physiotherapist

KS

Kerry has been lead physiotherapist for Qld Firebirds netball team and is the physiotherapy coordinator for Netball Qld.

Kerry was also a team physiotherapist at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games and was the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWIA) Snowboard team physiotherapist for four seasons.

He has an interest in injury prevention, and the link between training loads and injury risk. Kerry believes that excellent sport physiotherapy is for improving sporting performance, not just about injury management. He enjoys helping athletes of all levels to train and compete at their best. He has experience working with netball, basketball, cycling, paralympic sport, water polo, snowboard, snow skiing, roller derby, kiteboarding and swimming athletes.

Kerry is currently also a clinical educator and tutor with the University of Queensland's undergraduate and sports masters physiotherapy programs; in the past Kerry held a similar role with the Australian Catholic University. He was on the scientific committee for the 2015 CONNECT Sports Physiotherapy Australia conference, and lectures on APA Sports Level 2 courses.

Kerry has an interest in, and provides services for:

  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Sport biomechanics, strength and conditioning, recovery physiology
  • Athlete monitoring
  • Adolescent athletes
  • Knee injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Back pain and injury
  • Headaches and jaw pain
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Foot and ankle injuries
  • Pain sciences and education for persistent and chronic pain
  • Clinical Pilates (Reformer and Mat work DMA pilates)
  • Dry needling
  • Pain sciences and education
  • Sport biomechanics
  • Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment (MWM) techniques

Kerry completed his Master of Physiotherapy (Sports) in 2010 and is an APA titled Sports Physiotherapist.

Phone 07 3856 5566 or click here to book online now!