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David established AXIS Physiotherapy in 2001 and serves as the Director of AXIS Rehabilitation. David graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 1993, a post-graduate Masters of Manipulative Physiotherapy in 1999 from the University of Queensland and became a Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapy as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in 2007.
David has overseen the establishment of numerous onsite clinics and the growth of AXIS into a dynamic, trusted and Australia-wide company.David Brentnall
Rosemary graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and post-graduate Masters in Manipulative Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland, and a Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety from Queensland University of Technology. She has also been awarded the title of APA Occupational Health Physiotherapist. Rosemary has also taken a role as guest lecturer at the University of Queensland and is a member of the QLD Branch of the Occupational Health Physiotherapy Association and has been involved with the association at both a state and national level.Rosemary Grant
As clinical lead, Nick advises and supports the team across Australia and New Zealand in ensuring that there is a consistent delivery of quality clinical consultations by AXIS.
Nick has experience in treating both acute musculoskeletal injuries and chronic musculoskeletal pain and leads the multi-disciplinary pain management team. Nick uses a hands-on approach to help facilitate an active, exercise-based rehabilitation. Nick completed his Master of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy at Griffith University in 2016. He is also a treating clinician in two clinical trials being conducted by two leading Australian universities.Nick Kendrick