APA Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Matthew Lynagh joins Physioworks Camberwell



 

In 2018, APA Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Matthew Lynagh is joining the Physioworks Camberwell team from our Cranbourne clinic (where he will also continue to consult).

Matthew Lynagh is fully recognised & titled by the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) as a Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. He has also completed a Level 1 & 2 Sports Trainers Certificate; and the Pilates Mat Level 1 Certificate.

Matthew has successfully completed the Function Movement System (FMS) Level 1 & Level 2 Certification, in order to administer the Functional Movement Screen, assisting you to best understand the how & why of both moving well and more often in reaching your health & fitness goals.

Using up to date techniques & exercise programs to help people reach their goals; Matthew enjoys working with on improving issues that hinder activity, from arthritic pain to rolled ankles.

Matthew Lynagh has vast experience supporting developmental and elite sporting teams, including elite female athletes and teams.

Matthew is the current the team physiotherapist for Cricket Victoria U15 & U18 Woman’s Cricket teams, and for the Open & U20 Victorian Women’s Indoor Cricket teams; position’s he has held for the last three seasons. In season 2017/18 Matthew worked with the Melbourne Renegades in the WBBL; and in 2017 he was the team physiotherapist for the AFLW Collingwood FC team.

Matthew is currently the team physiotherapist for the Cricket Australia Men’s ID Team.

Matthew Lynagh completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2011 at University of South Australia (UofSA) followed by his Masters of Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy at the UofSA in 2013.

For a consultation with APA Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Matthew Lynagh at Physioworks Health Group Camberwell please call reception on 9889 6611.

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