Ben completed a Masters of Physiotherapy at Flinders University in 2022. Since graduating, he has found an immense passion in the paediatric, and adult neurological field. Ben has had extensive experience working with individuals within the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) as a support worker, swimming instructor, and physiotherapist.

Ben’s goal is to deliver a service that encourages, educates, and empowers neurotypical and neurodiverse individuals; and their support network, by providing individualised therapy that is meaningful and fun! Ben takes a holistic and patient-centred approach to care, and recognises the importance of addressing not only physical impairments, but psychological, social, and environmental factors that can impact a person’s ability to function and participate in daily life. Furthermore, Ben believes that collaborating closely with other allied health professionals, including physicians, occupational therapists, speech pathologist and psychologists, can optimises outcomes for his clients and increase their overall quality of life.

Ben’s areas of interest include:

Outside of work, Ben enjoys walking his golden retriever, playing football, running, travelling, and spending many hours on his AFL Fantasy team.

Fun Fact! Ben is the director of a small business which teaches children and adult’s with disabilities how to swim, and be safe in aquatic environments.