Spectrum Healthcare’s physiotherapy aims to rehabilitate and manage various musculoskeletal, sporting and occupational injuries. Our practitioners incorporate the use of state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment such as the Alter G Anti-Gravity Treadmill and Real-Time Ultrasound to enhance and expedite the recovery process.
Creagh Court completed his Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Masters of Chiropractic at Macquarie University in Sydney. During his studies he worked under several of Sydneys leading sports clinicians and developed his passion for injury management and performance enhancement. At graduation Creagh was awarded an honourary award for his contribution in the field of spinal research with his work in vertebral disc injury. After graduating Creagh spent several years working in the corporate sector of injury management and early intervention. He quickly became Queensland and New South Wale’s head training manager where he trained practitioners in the latest sports injury management techniques and educated on the latest research. During this time he sought out the most cutting edge and up to date techniques which took him around Australia and the world. On top of treating musculoskeletal aspects of injury Creagh takes a holistic approach also optimising nutrition and lifestyle advice so that patients may maximise their performance. He has helped many amateur to high level athletes as well as every day people achieve their goals through a multi modality approach to healthcare. These athletes come from many different backgrounds such as International level rugby league and union, International level crossfit, bodybuilding, triathletes and Iron man competitors.
Daniel McAuliffe completed his Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology at the Queensland University of Technology. Within this time, Daniel has worked alongside experienced Physiotherapists to provide strength & conditioning, prehabilitation and rehabilitation exercises to semi-professional athletes within Brisbane. From there, Daniel moved on to gain further knowledge in the area of rehabilitation and management for those with complete and incomplete spinal cord injuries while working with those suffering chronic pain in an allied health clinic. This is where he found his interest in joint and chronic back pain management for all populations ranging from sedentary people wanting to manage and reduce back pain up to athletes competing in Australia’s highest sporting competitions. Improving the overall quality of life for someone suffering any form of joint related pain and excelling their performance to achieve personal goals is where Daniel finds the most reward in his career.