Hamid's qualifications are:
Hamid is the founder of Back on Track Sports Physiotherapy and he is committed to improving his own clinical knowledge and manual skills according to current best evidence based practice in line with the Biopsychosocial model in order to ensure that clients recieving best care in their recovery.
This holistic and multi-phased approach encompasses the prevention, diagnosis, pain management and optimisation of functional movements with careful consideration of both psychological and social components.
He has a long and impressive professional career in sport; both as an athlete (Taekwondo) and a sports Physiotherapist.
Hamid is currently assisting AFL Women’s Academy and provided physio support for tennis Australia in national championship as well as Aus Open wild card qualifying in December 2016 with Tennis Australia.
His current study will further refine his expertise in Sports Physiotherapy, enhance his in-depth knowledge of principles of injury prevention and develop his expertise in tennis biomechanics and physiology.
Through ongoing post-graduate education Hamid has developed the attributes like:
He is also a qualified Physio Pilates instructor with Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute (APPI).
Hamid's passion is to support elite junior tennis players, kick boxers, netballers and soccer players in in our community in order to preventing injuries and enhancing athletic performance that assist to accelerate their development program and maintaining longer careers in sports with minimum injuries.
Clare has recently completed a Bachelor in Food Science and Nutrition majoring in Health Promotion at Deakin University. She enjoys educating people on how to make better lifestyle choices and eating behaviours. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, pilates and going on long walks.
• Bachelor Of Food Science and Nutrition (Deakin University, 2017)