Brad Reinboldt

Associate Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Biological Sciences (The University of Calgary)
Doctor of Physiotherapy (The University of Melbourne)

After graduating from Canada at the University of Calgary with a degree in biological sciences, Brad moved to Australia where he completed his Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne. By acquiring his own experiences in sporting injuries and post-surgical rehabilitation throughout his career, Brad developed his passion for injury prevention, return to sport and high-level strength and conditioning.

Brad believes that Clinical Pilates and Physiotherapy led exercises in a safe and supportive environment can help individuals recover from injuries and improve their overall fitness, health and mental wellbeing. Additionally, Brad understands the importance of developing personalised exercise programs that are tailored specifically around the needs of an individual. This will result in a more rapid resolution of symptoms and subsequently have positive benefits regarding quality of life.

Brad enjoys working with people of all ages and fitness levels. He uses various treatment modalities in his approach including certified dry needling skills, soft-tissue massage, Clinical Pilates and machine-based training. Away from work he enjoys competing in the state soccer league, sampling local coffee and exploring Australia’s wildlife.

Special interests:

  • Chronic lower back pain
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Sports and injury prevention
  • Overuse injuries & tendinopathy