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About Mitchell Browne

Mitch is an ESSA accredited Exercise Physiologist completing his undergraduate studies at the University of NSW graduating at the end of 2015. Since graduating he worked at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) as a research assistant before starting his Doctor of Physiotherapy studies at Macquarie University (finishing 2019).

He has had the opportunity to work with Spinal cord injury patients through his work with March On Australia, and has had experience in musculoskeletal injuries while being sports trainer for the West Ryde Rovers Soccer club, and the Warringah Rats Rugby club.

Mitch has an interest in soccer, Rugby, athletics and Olympic lifting / power lifting. He is especially keen on making sure programs are as functional and related to the patient goals as much as possible. He’s a straight shooter!

Currently undertaking the Doctor of Physiotherapy at Macquarie University.

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