Keeping you moving

Liam Nottle

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours), Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy, Level II Sports Physiotherapist, Level II Paediatric Physiotherapist, Level I Dry Needling

WS+EMC Since: 2022

Liam has been a physiotherapist since 2016 after graduating from the University of South Australia and has enjoyed being a physiotherapist so much he has gone back to university to complete his masters in sports physiotherapy which he started in 2021. He has special interest in injuries to the shoulder, upper back, ankle and paediatric/adolescent populations.

He has completed further training in these areas through the Sports Level I & II Physiotherapy Certificate and the Paediatric Level I & II Physiotherapy Certificate as well as multiple other courses in person and online. He enjoys getting to know each of his clients really well so he can tailor the best evidence based and client preferred treatment approach.

Outside of Wakefield Liam works with Hockey SA with the Adelaide Fie and Under 21 Mens State Program, after previously working with the Under 18 Men and the SA Suns.

Involvement with Teams and Associations


  • Adelaide Fire Men-Physiotherapist (2020-Present)
  • South Australian Under 21 Mens State Hockey Team-Physiotherapist (2019-Present)
  • South Australian Sports Medicine Association (SASMA) – Member


  • Australian Beach Volleyball Tour Event - Physiotherapist (2021)
  • Australian Masters Hockey Over 65 Mens - Physiotherapist (2019)
  • SA Suns (Australian Hockey League) - Physiotherapist (2019)
  • South Australian - Under 18 Mens State Hockey Team (2019)
  • South Australian Team Physiotherapist, Australian Junior Indoor Volleyball Championships (2018-2019)
  • Adelaide Storm (Australian Volleyball League) - Physiotherapist (2017-2018)
  • Volunteer at 2020 Commonwealth Games, in Townsville with Basketball
  • Sports Trainer for Eastern Edge in SACA Premier League Competition (2014-2015)
  • Sports Trainer for Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club (2016)
  • Head Trainer for the Trinity Old Scholars Football Club (2016)

Greatest Sporting Moment:

  • Minneapolis Miracle
  • Peter Siddles Birthday hat trick
  • Adelaide Crows preliminary final win against Geelong
Liam Nottle