Having competed internationally as a gymnast, Alexy developed a deep interest and appreciation for the human body. Pursuing a career in physiotherapy has allowed him to explore his curiosity surrounding rehabilitation and performance. His interests lie in movement and exercise-based therapy, aiming to educate and guide people through their own self-management. He is passionate about providing evidence-based practice and is committed to fostering a patient-centred environment. He sees the importance of well-being and aims to help his clients become the best version of themselves. Outside of the clinic, you might find him in the gym, playing social sports or on a run. He enjoys getting involved in all things active, with a particular interest in combat sports.
Gaining the best possible outcome from your physiotherapy treatment requires a little more than just doing your exercises. This brief guide for patients outlines some concepts that can really make a difference beyond your physiotherapist’s treatment.
Nobody comes to Physiosouth to learn mindfulness. Patients come because of a physical injury, e.g. a back problem, a knee problem etc. Our belief systems tell most of us that a physical injury of a certain degree or size causes a related amount of pain. Like injury X = X amount of pain, and injury Y = Y amount of pain. This is incorrect.