Craig is the founder of Regent Street Physiotherapy, with a special interest in the assessment and management of shoulder and back injuries.
Craig opened Regent Street Physiotherapy in 1999. He graduated with Ist Class Honours from The University of Sydney in 1992 and has worked in private practice in Newcastle for 23 years. Craig was awarded his PhD in 2010 by the Faculty of Medicine, The University of Sydney, for his research into shoulder function, and is currently an Honorary Associate researcher with the Faculty. During his career as a physiotherapist Craig has attended and presented at numerous courses and conferences including presentations at the World Congress of Physical Therapy, Vancouver 2007, the Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport, Port Douglas 2010, and the Australian Physiotherapy Conferences, Sydney 2009 and Melbourne 2013, and is a presenter at the Level 3 Sports Physio course which is the final level of training for Physiotherapist’s attaining their Sports Title.
Craig is a Titled Sports Physiotherapist and has worked with local, State and National teams in many different sports. He has worked with the Australian Swim Team for over 8 years attending the Olympics, 3 World Championships and 2 Commonwealth Games with the team. He has also travelled internationally with the Australian women’s softball, and Paralympic swimming and basketball teams. Locally he has worked with the Newcastle netball state representative teams for many years. He is an NSWIS and Hunter Academy of Sport preferred provider,and presents frequently for the Coast and Valley Swimming Association.
When not working Craig enjoys swimming and spending time with his wife Kellie and children Beau, Neve, Shae and Luke.
His general working hours are: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 9.30 – 2.00pm and Thursday 7am – 12.30pm.