Clinical Areas of Interest
Sports injuries, rehabilitation following orthopaedic surgery/injury, fracture management and men’s health physiotherapy (especially pre/post-prostatectomy).
Brendan has over 15 years experience as a physiotherapist, primarily having worked in private practice and sports settings. He has also worked in the hospital setting including treating medical and surgical patients, fractures and working on rehabilitation wards.
Brendan established Arrow Physiotherapy in 2012, with a vision of providing professional, high-quality, evidence-based and personalised physiotherapy services for everyone in The Hills community. Brendan grew up in the local area and is pleased to now have a physiotherapy practice to be able to serve the community in which he grew up.
As a physiotherapist, Brendan has always had a passion for working with active populations, whether that be those engaged with sport or those with a lesser active lifestyle including those who simply like to walk, garden or play with their grandchildren. Brendan does have a keen interest in sports physiotherapy, which has seen him work with elite, sub-elite and recreational athletes across a multitude of sports. He has worked with athletes across numerous sports including netball, soccer, rugby, AFL, athletics, triathlon, squash and boxing.
Brendan also has a particular interest in working in the area of men’s health, dealing with particular health issues pertaining to men. So much is his interest, Brendan has established a separate clinic for this service – Northern Sydney Men’s Health Physiotherapy.
Brendan firmly believes in that physiotherapists one cog in the wheel of the health care system. As such, he has developed an extensive network of health professionals to be able to refer to and communicate with to ensure that patients receive the best care for their specific circumstances.
Brendan is an active member within the physiotherapy profession, being a former Branch Councillor on the NSW Branch Council of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and also serving on the NSW Sports Physiotherapy Committee. He teaches on various sports physiotherapy professional development courses for other physiotherapists and lectured to various allied health university students. He is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, the Australian College of Physiotherapists, Sports & Exercise Physiotherapy Australia, Sports Medicine Australia and Physiotherapy Business Australia.
Outside from the clinic, Brendan is kept busy with his 3 young daughters. He thoroughly enjoys coaching his daughter’s AFL team. He enjoys running and cycling when he gets the chance – feel free to follow him on Strava here!