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Simon Hinds DipHS(RM), SMA is has a Certificate in Remedial Massage, a Diploma of Health Science (Remedial Massage) and is one of Australia’s leading soft-tissue therapists with Sports Medicine Australia (SMA). He has over 27 year of experience, working with elite sports athletes, supporting Olympic teams, educating and mentoring others as well as running a highly successful clinic Australia treating clients from a wide range of disciplines.
It was while working in these High Performance Arenas that Stuart has developed the highly effective and popular high performance hip protocol which looks at unlocking the key soft-tissue restrictions that develop around the hip.
Recognised for his expertise, he regularly lectures on remedial soft-tissue techniques and delivers a range of highly sought after seminars across Australia, supported by online videos and webinars and one on one mentoring to help support his colleagues to build successful businesses.
Stuart has written many articles especially on the subject of trigger point therapy, pelvic imbalances for cyclists and kinesiology taping for soft-tissue dysfunction to name but a few.
Randall Cooper B.Physio M.Physio, APAM FACP is an experienced sports physiotherapist who has worked with some of Australia's most notable sporting organisations and has consulted from the internationally renowned Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre in Melbourne, Australia. In 2008 Randall also attained the title of Specialist Sports Physiotherapist, awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists.
He is the founder and managing director of Premax, an Australian company that manufactures a range of sports skincare and massage creams, and he has also designed the Thermoskin Cooper Knee Alignment Sleeve.
As an adjunct lecturer at the La Trobe University Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre, Randall advocates sport and exercise medicine, physical activity, health and well-being for all. He provides support to the Centre, actively assisting in translating research findings to key stake holders including the international research community, health practitioners and the general public.
Andy Stephens started his career at OPSMC in 1990 as a massage therapist. He also worked at the Royal Ballet Company in the UK from 1994 to 1997 and Essendon Football Club (1999 – 2003) before graduating with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from La Trobe University in 2002. He has since been appointed physiotherapist to the AFL umpires (2005-2007, and 2012- 2014) and to the Hawthorn Football Club (2008-2010).
Andy completed his Master of Sports Physiotherapy in 2012, and has a special interest in dance medicine, track and field and Australian Rules Football. His clinical approach combines exercise therapy and patient education with hands-on treatment to address existing problems and prevent the development of new injuries.
Despite the early introduction to sport with school athletics, calisthenics, and later as an aerobics instructor, Lily realised she was not destined for a career as an athlete. Although, she later discovered that as a Massage Therapist she could still be involved with sport by working with the athletes from a range of sports, including: athletics, ironman, kayaking, rowing, swimming, ballet, wheelchair sports and netball. Her special interests include tennis, cycling and winter sports.
As the team soigneur, Lily completed twelve Herald Sun Tours, working with several visiting international road cycling teams. Her work in cycling led to her to the Australian Paralympic Cycling Team, with whom she travelled as they prepared for major world events, and to the team’s most successful medal performance in the 2004 Athens Paralympic Games, and the 2006 IPC World Track Championships in Switzerland.
Other highlights for Lily were her role in the Polyclinic in the Athlete’s Village at the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games in her home town, and working as the team Massage Therapist for the Australian Paralympic Team in Beijing 2008.
Lily’s current team involvements are with Melbourne Storm Rugby NRL (since 2007), Essendon Football Club (AFL) (since 2009), and the Australian Tennis Open (since 2007). She also works as a locum Massage Therapist for the Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS).
Since 2010 Lily began teaching Dry Needling and more recently Electrotherapies to Myotherapy students at Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy (MIMT). Her teaching has extended to provide professional development education to members of Massage and Myotherapists Australia with which she is still involved.
Arnaud graduated from the Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy in Heidelberg, Victoria, in October 2004 with first class honours in all subjects. He received the Sue White Award for Excellence in Knowledge Application.
Since graduating, he has worked along side highly regarded sports medical practitioners, sports physiotherapists, podiatrists, psychologists and strength & conditioning coaches.
Some of Arnaud's professional experiences have seen him participating in major sporting events in Australia, overseas with national teams as well as in local events supporting various communities.
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