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Jeremy Jackson

Senior Physiotherapist

Strength and Conditioning Practitioner

Jeremy enjoys consulting on musculoskeletal and sporting injuries, with a particular interest in hip & groin injuries, knee injuries and adolescent conditions. He is heavily involved with La Trobe University teaching undergraduate Physiotherapy students and as a treating Physiotherapist for many research projects, and he has published research investigating hip and groin pain in A-League soccer players. Jeremy’s passion for high level rehabilitation and performance led him to complete a postgraduate Masters degree in Strength and Conditioning (S&C).

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Physiotherapy Positions 

  • Senior Physiotherapist, Mill Park Physiotherapy ( 2018-Current)

  • Casual Academic, La Trobe University (2021-Current)

  • Research Assistant, La Trobe University (2018-2020)

  • Head Physiotherapist – South Morang Netball and Football Club (2019 – 2020)

  • Physiotherapist for VFL, VFLW and TAC Cup Umpires – AFL Victoria (2018 Season)

  • Published research through La Trobe University in 2020

Qualifications

  • Masters of Physiotherapy Practice, La Trobe University
  • Masters of Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning) – Edith Cowan University
  • Bachelor of Health Science, La Trobe University
  • Australian Strength & Conditioning Association Level 1
  • Certificate III & IV in Fitness, Australian Institute of Fitness
  • Certified GLA:D® Australia Physiotherapist
  • EDS Project Echo Trained Physiotherapist

    About Jeremy

    Jeremy’s love of sport and many subsequent injuries guided him to completing a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Masters of Physiotherapy Practice at La Trobe University. His passion for strength and conditioning and high level rehabilitation fuelled him to complete a Postgraduate Masters in Exercise Science (Strength & Conditioning) at Edith Cowan University. This allows him to bridge the gap between Physiotherapy and S&C, and manage athletes from the acute injury stage up until their return to performance. 

    Jeremy has previously worked as a Physiotherapist for AFL Victoria with the VFL, VFLW and TAC Cup Umpires. He has also worked as the Head Physiotherapist for the South Morang Football & Netball Club in the NFNL. 

     

    Jeremy is heavily involved with La Trobe University through teaching and research. He is a Casual Academic, teaching undergraduate Physiotherapy students across all four years, and he is a treating Physiotherapist for various clinical trials. He has also published research investigating hip and groin pain in A-League soccer players.

    Jeremy has completed further training in the assessment & treatment of hip/groin pain, ACL injuries and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome/Hypermobility. He works closely with some of Melbourne’s best knee surgeons pre- and post-operatively for conditions such as ACL/PCL reconstructions, Knee Replacements, Knee Arthroscopy and Patella-Femoral Joint surgeries.

     

    You’ll find me in my spare time looking after my indoor plants, at the gym or carving up the slopes.

    My philosophy to physiotherapy is treat the person not just the injury. The most rewarding aspect of being a physio is the connections we get to make with our clients. I strongly believe that taking the time to listen to and understand the person you’re working with leads to better results, and more enjoyment for everyone involved.   

    The best piece of advice I’ve received is to find the root cause of my client’s issues and not just treat the symptoms I look at the whole kinetic chain, not just the area of pain. If I can treat the person, not the patient I will give them long-term health and performance instead of short-term fixes.

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