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Barry joined Quay Street Physiotherapy in 2016 after graduating from Australian Catholic University the same year, moving his young family to Bundaberg for a cane change from the city hustle and bustle.
Barry has a background in sprints and hurdles, coaching, fitness training, strength & conditioning and motorbike racing. Barry finally retired from competitive running in 2009 to focus on family and becoming a physiotherapist, ending a running career spanning 20 years with success at both state and national level. Due to this success he was recently invited to the NSW All Schools and Jnr Athletics Teams as Team Manager, Coach and Physio. In December 2017, Barry began this role in Adelaide for the All Schools competition and is looking forward to working with this team in years to come. Barry continues to keep his fitness by doing sessions at the Bundaberg Athletics track.
His passion for motorcycle racing began in 1996 with his first competitive season in 2000. He was able to divide his time between full time athlete and motorcycle racing in the off years to compete in local club and state competitions. He has picked up the gloves and helmet again recently to rekindle the two wheeled passion.
Barry is excited to have finally fulfilled his lifelong dream of becoming a physiotherapist after his first experience as a physiotherapy patient at the age of 14. To be able to help people in such a way is what he is now dedicating his professional life to. Barry is looking forward to a long career at Quay Street Physiotherapy and looks forward to being an active member of the Bundaberg community.
We pride ourselves on servicing the community, and with 6 Physiotherapists on staff, we endeavour to provide treatment in a timely manner.