Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
(as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2008)
Qualifications: BAppSc(Phty), MHSc(Manip. PT), gdipSportsManualTherapy, F.A.C.P.
Honorary Fellow, Department of Health Professions, Macquarie University
Founder and Fellow of the Australalasian Spine Education Institute
Tamer has is one of a handful of specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapists in New South Wales – representing the highest clinical award for physiotherapists in Australasia and globally. He is past president of the Australian Physiotherapy Association NSW Branch, and maintains a number of other professional roles including being an examiner for the Australian College of Physiotherapists, and board advisor post-graduate physiotherapy programs. Tamer is an honorary fellow at Macquarie University’s Doctor of Physiotherapy program and is currently undertaking a doctorate exploring physiotherapy professional practice issues. He has authored and presented a number of novel research studies related to biomechanics, patient outcomes, and other non-surgical identifiers for spinal pain. Tamer dedicates a moderate portion of time annually to global physiotherapy education through the Australasian Spine Education Institute. He is actively involved in collaborative interdisciplinary engagement with a variety of clinical, academic and industry professionals interested in the advancement of spinal management.
- Management of acute and chronic neck and back pain
- Nerve-related arm and leg pain
- Whiplash and neck-related headache and dizziness
- Specific spinal conditions (canal stenosis, spondylolisthesis)
- Pre and Post-operative Spinal Surgery Management
- Complex cases that have failed traditional intervention
Other Interests: Shoulder, hip, and knee pain.
Research Interests: Spinal biomechanics, novel movement-based spinal interventions, spinal canal stenosis, integrating health outcome measurement in practice, and practice innovation.
Qualifications: BAppSc(Phty), M.Manual Therapy (UWA)
Tania has over 12 years experience as a physiotherapist in the private and Public Health Systems. She completed a Masters in Manual Therapy in 2012 at the University of Western Australia and was a winner of the prestigious University of Western Australia Master of Manual Therapy Prize. Having completed her Masters in Manual Therapy - Tania is one of approximately 3% of physiotherapists in Australia recognised by the Australian Physiotherapy Association for advanced expertise in the management of musculoskeletal problems with an emphasis on the spine. Tania currently consults privately in Burwood and Kogarah.
- Cervical Spine Disorders
- Whiplash Associated Disorders
- Cervicogenic Headache and Dizziness
- Spine Disorders
- Orthopaedics and Sports Injury