Geoff Pryde

Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Master of Manual therapy
Titled Member of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Association

My career in Physiotherapy began in 1996 and my clinical experience is across both private sector and centre-based community rehabilitation. In 2003 my wife, Amy, and I went on a working holiday lasting 4 years to experience the different lifestyles that Aussies are living and to explore this amazing country of ours.

In 2007, I completed a Masters of Manual Therapy (UWA) and have since undertaken project roles 'evaluating client outcomes with respect to activity and participation' and 'the optimisation of client journey and experience across a health care network'.

In 2008, I began the process of building my own private practice in suburban Melbourne, attempting to use the very best of clinical practice that I observed on our travels. Our clinic is connected with student education (teaching anatomy) and research (currently participating in a clinical trial treating hip osteoarthritis).

Amy and I now have three kids (Nathan, Eloise and Hannah). Amy says that the clinic, which is home-based, is really like a fourth child (just as demanding, anyway)!