As an Exercise Physiologist, Rick has diverse clinical interests. He developed his passion for rehabilitation from a young age as a footballer and then rehab coordinator at Geelong Falcons football club. He has always been committed to keeping people healthy and active.
Rick studied at Deakin University completing a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science which was then followed by a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology.
Rick is a passionate Exercise Physiologist who sees the positive impact that correct exercise can have on people’s lives. From achieving sporting goals, to improving mental health wellbeing, to reducing the risk and impact of disease such as neurological conditions.
His clinical interests include but are not limited to falls prevention, invisible illnesses (chronic fatigue, EDS, Fibromyalgia), cancer (helping with treatment tolerance and side effects), and mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression.
When Rick is not at the Clinic you can find him playing basketball or going for a run around your local parks. He also has a passion for hiking and often travels to Lorne or further up the Great Ocean Road to discover a new track to explore.