Evin graduated with an honours degree in 2013 in Ireland. He is currently completing his Masters degree in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland. He is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist with the NSCA and an accredited member of the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association.
He worked in the world-renowned Sports Surgery Clinic in Dublin, within a large multidisciplinary team including orthopaedic consultants, sports and exercise medicine physicians, strength and conditioning coaches and biomechanists. This gave him high exposure to a wide range of musculoskeletal presentations and injuries. In his time there, he was involved in SSC’S world leading research programme delivering rehabilitation for ACL injury and reconstruction and athletic groin pain.
Evin is very interested in the lower limb and uses his knowledge of strength and conditioning to bridge the gap between rehabilitation and return to performance in the athletic population and return to function in the general population. In his last year, he was lead physiotherapist for the Foot and Ankle stream in the Sports Surgery Clinic where he developed a specialist interest in the area.
He is excited about working in Australia with Physiotec and the new challenge of applying his skills and knowledge base to the Australian population.
Len graduated with a BSc Honours Degree in Physiotherapy from Trinity College Dublin in 2012. He then joined the world renowned Sports Surgery Clinic in Dublin, Ireland. In this unique setting with a large multidisciplinary team including orthopaedic consultants, sports and exercise medicine physicians, strength and conditioning coaches and biomechanists, Len was heavily involved in delivering and implementing the hugely successful GROIN and ACL pathways. He was also involved in undergoing research and has a strong interest in biomechanics, orthopaedics, overload and tendon injuries.
Outside of the clinic, Len was team Physiotherapist for Dublin Under 21 Hurlers for two consecutive seasons. He is has a keen interest in Gaelic games, Soccer and Rugby. He also has considerable interest in Strength and Conditioning and is certified in Dry Needling.
Len made the move to Australia to gain an even wider experience and education base, planning to complete a flexible delivery Masters in Physiotherapy Programme at the University of Queensland in the near future. He has undergone intensive training with Dr Alison Grimaldi and is helping Physiotec develop and implement specific, integrated programmes for Hip, Groin, Back, Knee, Hamstring & Running injuries.
Megan completed her post graduate Physiotherapy Masters degree at the University of Sydney and has an undergraduate Bachelor degree in Health and Exercise Science from the University of New South Wales.
Megan’s primary interest area is within Women’s Health and she treats a variety of conditions including pelvic floor weakness and stress/urge incontinence for women of all ages, as well as pre and post-natal women. She has undergone extra training in this field and has presented to community groups regarding Women’s Health issues. Megan is also passionate about restoring optimal movement and function for areas surrounding the hip and pelvis, as well as with running injuries.
Megan enjoys running, touch football and Pilates and she teaches both group and individual Pilates classes here at Physiotec.