Sport and exercise have been the backbone of Brock’s childhood and adolescence. Brock has competed at a semi-elite level for Surf Ironman racing and has used that competitive instinct to now become the very best Exercise Physiologist he can be. Coming out of high-school, Brock originally wanted to be a physiotherapist and began studying a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science. However, half-way through his bachelor’s degree, Brock was exposed to Exercise Physiology and knew that this was the profession for him. He realised the profound impact he could have on people’s lives through the provision of exercise. Brock continued his studies with a Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology, allowing him to follow his dream of becoming an Exercise Physiologist.
Brock enjoys working with a range of individuals and their associated conditions, however, due to his own personal experience with rehabilitating his own back injury, has developed a passion for musculoskeletal injuries and neurological conditions. More specifically, Brock has a strong interest for treating complex musculoskeletal injuries that have neurological aspects to them such as nerve pain.