About Chris Stoddard
Chris Stoddard attended the University of Newcastle and graduated from a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with distinction in 2013. He has previous experience working in a specialist sports and spinal clinic under the mentorship of Olympic and national team physiotherapists. This was a tailored new graduate position with structured tutelage and vast practical experience.
As a result of this, Chris has keen interest in sports injury assessment and diagnosis as well as exercise based and preventative rehabilitation. He has attended several post-graduate course including The Science of Cycling and attained a Sports Level 2 Certificate. He aims to be an APA titled Sports Physio in the next couple of years. He has provided physiotherapy for State Netball, International Children’s Games and the Australian Schoolboy’s Rugby Union.
In 2017, he has taken on the role as Head Physiotherapist for the Australian Men’s and U24 frisbee teams. He has travelled around the world with these teams over the past couple of years.
His personal interests include spending time with his wife Jess, cycling, running, music/guitar and Ultimate Frisbee.
Chris' area of interest is in treating:
Exercise & Preventative Rehabilitation
It encompasses so much about what I love about life. Puts me around those who love sport and exercise, those that I can teach to love exercise and movement and is a profession that genuinely allows me to help so many people achieve things they previously thought not possible.
Our team, our values and investment in our community.
Falling asleep in front of the Tour de France.. that and Monte Carlos with a cup of English brekky tea.
Cadel Evans, Barack Obama and Kurt Fearnley
Catch 22 (Joseph Heller) The Name of the Wind (Patrick Rothfuss).
Into the Wild and Saving Private Ryan
Glenrock State Conservation Area, there’s no place like home!
Got a few but one I often find I’m asking myself.. “is it that I don’t have time or is that I’m not making time?”
I play a sport called Ultimate Frisbee am currently on the Australian men’s team.
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