B.PHYSIO, MAST.PHYSIO(MANIP), FOUNDING CO DIRECTOR
Amir is a sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapist with considerable experience in treating musculoskeletal conditions. After graduating from the University of Melbourne 1997, he successfully completed a Masters of Physiotherapy (Manipulative therapy) in 2000.
Over the past 23 years, Amir’s extensive experience includes chief physiotherapist for the High Performance Centre Gymnastics program in Victoria (1999 – 2009), the Australian team in two world championships (Gymnastics Australia) and volunteer physiotherapy Sydney 2000 Olympics, Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth games. Amir has provided physiotherapy services to Tennis Australia for the Australian Open for the past 18 years, and has travelled for over 9 years with top 10 international tennis players on the ATP and WTA circuit.
Amir has been involved heavily with Hip Arthroscopy Australia (HAA) since 2008 alongside Prof John O’Donnell who has been a major contributor and educator for the assessment and treatment of hip pathology. Amir has been the chair of the International Society for Hip Arthroscopy (ISHA) Physiotherapy subgroup since 2011, and has presented internationally including Munich, Cambridge, Madrid and Wawrick. Amir has several areas of special interest with Hip femoroacetabular impingement syndrome (FAIS) and rehabilitation.
Amir enjoys his family time especially with his young son travelling to Europe and Russia.