CRL profiles are listed via discipline in alphabetical order
BHlthSc, MPhysioPrac, APAM
George graduated from LaTrobe University with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Physiotherapy Practice. Throughout his training, he gained a broad range of experience across Melbourne’s major metropolitan hospitals in areas including ICU, multi-trauma, orthopaedics, neurological rehabilitation and cardiothoracics. He has since worked in private practice where he has worked predominantly with athletes and treated a range of musculoskeletal conditions.
George is currently the physiotherapist for an amateur AFL club in the VAFA and has worked for a range of clubs within the VAFA and WRFL. Alongside AFL athletes he enjoys treating runners and analysing and correcting running technique for optimal performance. George has developed a particular interest for sports and spinal injuries, having undertaken postgraduate studies in both areas. He is also a qualified Clinical Pilates instructor, which he finds helpful in assisting his patients with performance and injury prevention.
M.Psych (Clinical), B.A. (Hons.) (Psych.), Grad. Dip. Soc. Sci., MAPS
Jamie Marshall is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice in North West NSW. He has experience working with people across the lifespan, from adults to teens, and children. He has an interest in autism, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, Workcover-related psychological injuries, and working with those who have a disability under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). He also has extensive experience working with Aboriginal people. Jamie is currently completing a PhD in the area of digital mental health where he is specifically looking at the effectiveness of mental health apps for smartphones and tablet devices. As a Clinical Reference Lead for the Australian Digital Health Agency, Jamie would like to utilise his areas of expertise, including knowledge of digital mental health, living and working in a rural area, working with Aboriginal people, and advancing the cause of people suffering with a mental illness.
BPhysio MMuscPhysio APAM, FACP, MAICD
Tom McMillan is a young business and community leader, experienced health and education manager and musculoskeletal physiotherapist (FACP). He has a unique allied health perspective and the ability to seek out opportunities for healthcare integration. He is a disruptive innovator, skilled in information technology with strong business and financial background. He is executive director and owner of the Physio Plus Group which provides multidisciplinary allied health services in private practices, private hospitals, aged care, occupational health and elite sports in two Australian states.