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Andrew Brand

Rehabilitation Physiotherapist
Collins St and Queen St

Originally from Western Australia, Andrew grew up with a passion for sport and fitness, fuelling his interest in the human body and movement. Andrew graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) in 2015 and has been working in private practice in Melbourne ever since.

Throughout his career Andrew has been exposed to a wide array of musculoskeletal conditions and presentations. He has experience treating a variety of sporting injuries in elite athletes, back and neck pain, chronic complex injuries, gymnasts, dancers and skiers.

Andrew has extensive training in Clinical Pilates both as a clinician and educator and completing DMA Clinical Pilates certification. He also has further training in the Mckenzie Method and conservative management of ACL injuries.

Andrew believes in a wholistic functional approach to treatment and long-term injury prevention, focusing on fixing the cause not just treating the symptoms.

In his personal life Andrew has a keen interest in music and playing guitar. He also enjoys playing with his dog, cooking, watching live music, surfing and his newer hobbies, calisthenics and rock climbing.


Group Exercise and Clinical Pilates Sessions are Back!

The year is steadily coming to a close and Melbourne is finally coming back to life. What better way to see the year out and come out swinging for 2022 than group exercise and Clinical Pilates at Pure Physio!

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Group sessions begin!

Getting back to normal can be difficult after an injury. The road to recovery can feel like a solitary journey where only you experience the highs and lows. However, this doesn’t have to be the case!

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Keeping your feet in the snow

With snow season just around the corner it’s time to strap on your boots and do some exercises to get you ready for your upcoming trip. Last week I shared some of the common injuries you will find on the mountain with the message being “stay on your feet!” This week I’ll be talking about exercises and types of exercise that can help you do this.

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