Maverick’s appreciation for the beauty of human movement naturally led to his passion for rehabilitation. After playing basketball in the US, he completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Biomedicine whilst working as a strength & conditioning coach. Having worked with professional athletes and seeing the rift between strength & conditioning and sports medicine, Maverick went on to complete his Masters in Physiotherapy with the intent of developing and demonstrating best practice between the disciplines. Maverick also has a passion for empowering and enabling the elderly and proving that age is not a disability. With the right guidance, treatment, and mindset, an independent and pain-free life can remain a possibility.
Maverick works closely with basketball athletes from the NBA and NBL, and as head physiotherapist for the Collingwood Magpies Netball. His strong foundations in high performance training provides the cutting edge to his rehabilitation modalities – being able to return individuals from injury back to play with added physical prowess and tenacity. Maverick has consistently proven that injury is not a hindrance, but rather, an opportunity for significant improvement when proper guidance is paired with a relentless mindset. Maverick seamlessly unites high performance training with proactive rehabilitation bringing an unprecedented arsenal of skills to Point Cook Physiotherapy.
Outside of work, Maverick maintains a meticulous exercise regime including weight training, Pilates, and meditation. During his down time Maverick enjoys reading books and surfing. When not in Australia, he is probably in Hawaii surfing and relaxing.