ABOUT TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN PHYSIOTHERAPY & SPORTS INJURY CLINIC – ESTABLISHED 1ST JUNE 1997
What’s special about Tamborine Mountain Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic is that we promise to create an empathetic environment where people can receive excellent care, delivered with professionalism and good humour.
Excellence, Empathy and Humour.
PRINCIPAL PHYSIOTHERAPIST / DIRECTOR – GARY BROOKS
Gary graduated from the University of Queensland with a Physiotherapy degree in 1989 and an Exercise Science degree ( Major in Exercise Physiology ) in 1992.
He originally worked at the PA hospital in Brisbane and for the Defence Force at both Enoggera and Canungra before starting his own private practice on the Gold Coast in 1994. He then moved to Tamborine Mt and has been practicing here since 1997.
He believes that providers should treat people as they would like to be treated themselves and therefore, everything about Tamborine Mountain Physiotherapy adheres to the core values of Excellence, Empathy and Humour.
With over 30 years’ experience in the field of musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy, Gary divides his time between clinical practice, and mentoring and educating the Tamborine Mt Physiotherapy team.
In his hours away from the practice, Gary enjoys triathlon and weights training as well as watching Rugby Union. As a keen sportsman himself, he understands the physical and bio-psychosocial issues people need to overcome to maintain health and fitness and return to activity after injury.
PHYSIOTHERAPIST – SCOTT O’DRISCOLL
Scott graduated from Griffith University in 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy.
He has always been interested in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and enjoys treating all joints and muscle groups. Additionally, he also enjoys providing advice for everyday activities and exercise.
Scott played hockey at a national level for many years and had his fair share of injuries. He has first-hand experience as a patient in a physiotherapy clinic and therefore understands the rehabilitation process from the patient’s point of view.
Scott treats his patients individually and adjusts treatments according to their needs and goals. He uses hands on manual therapy including joint mobilisations, targeted massage and stretches. He also provides exercise programs to help maximise outcomes with physiotherapy and help improve his patient’s quality of life.
In his spare time, Scott enjoys keeping active with running and gym. He follows all sports especially basketball and rugby league. He also loves travelling, birds (of the feathered variety) and food!
Scott is very excited to help members of the community achieve their goals!