Rob Mullard is an APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist and has worked in a variety of sports medicine clinics over the past 14 years, with the past 8 years at Sydney Sports Medicine Centre. Rob is a NSW Institute of Sport Physiotherapy Provider and Physiotherapy Coordinator for Athletics and Netball Programs.
Rob is currently an Athletics Australia Sports Physiotherapy Provider and recently travelled with the Australian Team to the 2018 IAAF World U20 Track and Field Championships.
Rob completed a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at Latrobe University in 2017. Rob previously completed a Masters in Physiotherapy at Griffith University on the Gold Coast in 2004 and an Exercise and Sport Science degree at Sydney University in 2002.
Rob has had extensive experience with a number of sports including athletics, netball, diving, soccer, rugby league and rugby union. Rob has a keen interest in running performance and injury and has been providing video running assessment services
over the past 10 years.
Rob has presented at Latrobe University, Sports Medicine Australia and Australia Physiotherapy Association courses. He has also recently been presenting lectures to the University of South Carolina Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy programs during their international education tours.
Rob has extensive experience in treating low back pain, hip, knee, ankle and shoulder injuries. His treatment approach is based on identifying functional / bio-mechanical deficits and correcting these issues to prevent recurrent injury and improve function / performance. He implements a number of treatment methods, including, massage, muscle energy techniques, dry needling, strengthening and functional retraining.
Rob has previously competed in track and field and represented NSW at national championships in the 100m, 200m, long jump and triple jump.