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  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Nat Sch Physiotherapy

  • Dr Maria Constantinou

    Dr Maria Constantinou (PhD, MPhSt(Sports), BPhty, GradCertEd) is an Academic and an Australian registered physiotherapist with extensive clinical, teaching and research experience. She is the Secretary on the Executive Board of the International Federation of Sports Physical Therapy and a National Sports Physiotherapy Australia committee member. Maria has extensive clinical experience, having worked as a Sports Physiotherapist at a number of major sporting events including the Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004 Olympic Games, the Vancouver Winter 2010 Olympic Games, the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games and the Port Moresby 2015 Pacific Games. Maria was the Polyclinic and Team Physiotherapy Programs Coordinator for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Her interests comprise the prevention and management of sports injuries, sports and therapeutic taping, reflective practice in health education and gait and function in hip osteoarthritis, which was the focus of her PhD studies. Maria's publications include the book Therapeutic Taping for Musculoskeletal Conditions (Elsevier) which has been translated into several languages.

    Phone : 7590 (Brisbane) Email : Maria.Constantinou@acu.edu.au

  • Ms Susan Reid

    Dr. Sue Reid is a senior lecturer in musculoskeletal physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University in Sydney, Australia. She has been a recognised manipulative physiotherapist (Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist) since 1987 and a Certified Mulligan Practitioner since 2010. Her clinical interests are treating neck pain, dizziness, headaches, and concussion. Sue has completed her research masters and PhD on the identification and treatment of cervicogenic dizziness and pain. She has also published on neurodynamic testing of the upper limb and validating Dr Goniometer for forearm movement. She has published in international journals, written book chapters, presented Webinars, and workshops internationally. Current research projects include physiotherapy management after a fractured radius, musculoskeletal pain related to usage of mobile device usage, and concussion prevention and treatment.

    Phone : 2267 (North Sydney) Email : sue.reid@acu.edu.au

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