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Bradley Yates

Senior Physiotherapist And Owner

 

Bradley completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2012 at James Cook University in Queensland. Following this he continued to expand his skills and follow his passion in the sporting field. In doing this, he worked with many elite athletes, including the Townsville Black Hawks Rugby League Club in their inaugural year of the Queensland Intrust Super Cup.

 

His main areas of expertise include sports injuries, clinical pilates, dry needling, chronic lower back pain, headaches, musculoskeletal injuries and orthopaedic rehabilitation. Bradley maintains a high-quality service and is committed to always learning the latest treatment techniques and keeping well informed of the current evidence.

 

He takes a holistic approach that is tailored to each individual client, helping his patients set goals, and empowering them to strive for the best and achieve optimal outcomes.

 

Qualifications 

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy, James Cook University

  • Diploma of Remedial Massage, Australian Institute of Applied Science

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Specialised courses

  • Spinal manual therapy, Manual Concepts

  • Clinical Pilates Level 1 and Level 2, DMA Clinical Pilates 

  • Dry Needling Plus Level 1 and Level 2, Clinical Edge

  • Level 1 Shoulder course, Lyn Watson Shoulder Physiotherapy

  • Three dimensional assessment and treatment of the lumber spine and pelvis, Trish Wisbey-Roth 

  • Advanced rigid taping, The Australian Physiotherapy Association

  • Sports trainer Level 1, Sports Medicine Australia

  • Occupational Health Physiotherapy, Australian Physiotherapy Association

  • Upper quadrant, The Mulligans Concept of Manual Therapy- Manual Concepts

  • Lower quadrant, The Mulligans Concept of Manual Therapy- Manual Concepts

  • Winning and Delivering in OHS, Productive Healthy Workplaces

 

 

“I love to educate people

and encourage them  to

live a healthier lifestyle.”