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Mathew Ah Chow

“INCORPORATING MOVEMENT INTO PHYSIOTHERAPY IS A GAME CHANGER FROM RECOVERY TO ENHANCING PERFORMANCE”

Mathew Ah Chow

Physiotherapist

Mathew is the AMS leading Physiotherapist. Mathew likes to think of himself as a caring and fun physio, however is constantly being told by his clients that he enjoys torturing people a bit too much. His greatest sporting achievements include captaining the under 19s Rugby team to a premiership win, representing Australia for full contact karate at the World Championships and lastly crashing out in the semi-finals in the Australian Ninja Warrior series.

Mathew has an extensive range of experience in the health, sporting and fitness industry. He has worked in a wide range of settings from hospitals, private practices, gyms and travels regularly with the Australian Paralympic Shooting team. Mathew brings a holistic view to his treatments ensuring his patients receive the best physiotherapy management. He has a special interest in treating and preventing spinal and sporting related injuries.

Mathew graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Doctor of Physiotherapy degree following a double degree in Exercise and Sports Science and a Masters of Nursing at the University of Sydney. With a passion to continue learning and developing himself to provide the best Physiotherapy care, Mathew also has completed the following courses:

  • Sports Physiotherapy Level 1 and 2
  • Spinal Physiotherapy Level 1
  • Dry Needling Level 1 and 2
  • Strength and Conditioning Level 1
  • Functional Movement Screen Level 1
  • Mens Health

Mathew utilises a wide variety of techniques and modalities to achieve optimal patient outcomes, these include:

  • Sports massage
  • Trigger point relief
  • Joint mobilisation
  • Dry Needling
  • Taping
  • Exercise rehabilitation
  • Clinical Pilates