Keeping you moving

Chris Hampel

B.App.Sci. (Physio); M.Physio (Sports)

WS+EMC Since: 2010

Chris has worked with a broad range of sporting teams, including the Adelaide Crows and the Matildas and offers a wealth of experience.

His professional interests include rehabilitation of the lower limb, in particular knee and ACL injuries. He also has an interest in wrist, hand and finger injuries, including splints.

Chris has worked with the Port Magpies, State Women’s Netball Team and was a high-level basketball player.

Involvement with Teams and Associations


  • Netball SA (AMND Competition) – Acute Injury Consultant Physiotherapist
  • Sports Physiotherapy Australia (SPA) – Member
  • South Australian Sports Medicine Association (SASMA) – Member
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association – Sports Titled Member & Musculoskeletal Titled Member


  • Adelaide Crows (2005 – 2010)
  • Australian Women’s Soccer team (Matildas) (2011 – 2014)
  • Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club (2004 – 2005)
  • SA Women’s Netball Team – National Championships (2005)
  • Chair of the Sports Physiotherapy Australia Committee, SA Branch
  • National Sports Physiotherapy Australia committee – Member
  • Australian Women’s Soccer team (Matildas) (2011 – 2014)
  • Professional Development committee for South Australian Sports Medicine Association (SASMA)

Greatest Sporting Moment:

  • Kieren Perkins winning 1500m swimming gold from lane 8 at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics after barely qualifying for the final
  • Any Ashes series
Chris Hampel