Michael Wood B App Sc Physio, Grad Dip Sports Physio
Michael Wood is a Sports Physiotherapist who has worked with some of Australia's most elite individual athletes and teams. His success has included Commonwealth Games, Hockey World Cups and Olympic Games. He has worked in private practice for over 30 years treating numerous conditions for general patients throughout his tenure as a clinician.
Michael Wood is a registered and APA Titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist currently working as the Lead Sports Physiotherapist with the Australian Mens and Womens hockey high performance programs.
This includes work and liaison across the AIS, WAIS, Hockey Australia, leading Western Australian sports medicine physicians, surgeons, allied health providers, coaching and support staff.
Additionally,Michael Wood mentors other physiotherapists including the assessment of Post Graduate Sports Physiotherapy students.
Michael is renowned for his highly developed, innovative and “cutting edge” rehabilitation and treatment techniques for injured players to return to their sport quickly and maintain a playing fitness.
He was awarded with an Australian Sports Medal in honour of services to sport in 2000.
Jack Leaversuch B Sc Physio
Jack Leaversuch graduated from the University of Notre Dame Fremantle as an award winning undergraduate student.
Jack has experience in musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, geriatric, neurological and cardiovascular physiotherapy, skills he draws on to manage any presenting patient.
Jack shares the values and beliefs of MTM Physiotherapy Subiaco, with a passion for sports physiotherapy having grown up enjoying many sporting disciplines, including football and hockey (Jack is a member of the UWA Hockey Club) at an elite and representative level.
His education at both Christchurch Grammar School and Notre Dame University as well as his placement and work experience provide Jack with unique expertise and passion toward the management of acute and long-standing injuries.
Jack aims to provide his patients with immediate relief from symptoms and to provide them with the necessary skills to take control of their own health.