Keeping you moving

Chris Williams

M.ExerSc (Strgth&Cond), M.Physio, M.Sports Physio, Member of the Australian College of Physiotherapy (MACP)
WS&EMC Since: 2020

Chris has a unique skill set as a titled APA Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist.

He has a Masters in Exercise Science: Strength and Conditioning (2010) and after completing his Masters of Physiotherapy in 2012 has gone on to complete further training completing a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy in 2019.

This combination of qualifications enables Chris to apply advanced strengthening programs and strategies to all patient types from athletes to the everyday exerciser and even those who have been out of exercise for a long time.

Chris is highly dedicated to physiotherapy and his clients. He has a wealth of knowledge on the most recent research pertaining to injuries and their assessment and management.

This means you get effective evidence-based treatment that gets you better sooner.

Chris loves to problem solve and is very good at getting to the bottom of complex or unusual injuries.

Chris loves his footy and all things sports. He has worked and has experience in AFL football, SA State Netball, Professional Soccer, and Grade Cricket.

Chris is a committee member of the SA Sports Exercise and Physiotherapy Group (SEPA) of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), and is on the education committee of the Sports Medicine Australia (SMA) for the SA Chapter. Chris is also a member of the Australian College of Physiotherapists.

Areas of special interest for Chris include:

  • Sports injuries, especially hamstring strain rehabilitation, ACL repair rehabilitation, knee and ankle ligament sprains, cartilage/meniscal tears
  • Lower limb injuries
  • Neck and back pain
  • Complex or persistent foot and ankle pain
  • Advanced exercise prescription and high-performance conditioning
  • Resistance training and lifting technique for injury prevention
  • Clinical and high-performance Pilates
Chris Williams