Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy: Experience, Excellence, Results
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Monash)
Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy & Health Science
Todd Anderson is an experienced physiotherapist and a Director at Melbourne CBD Physio and is ranked among the best physiotherapists in Melbourne. Todd holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, having gained his degree at Monash University in Melbourne, one of Australia’s most prestigious establishments and a ‘Top 100’ global university. Prior to this Todd completed an Advanced Diploma in Myotherapy & Health Science. Todd is recognised by the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Sports Physiotherapy Australia and Sports Medicine Australia.
At our Queen St. physio clinic, Todd consults on all musculoskeletal injuries including pre & post- operative care but has a particular interest in lower limb injuries, such as the treatment and management of tendon pain and running related injuries to the hip, knee, foot & ankle. Todd is passionate about exercise and will strive to keep you active while recovering from injury.
Todd also acts as an official tour physiotherapist for Athletics Australia, and has recently returned from Europe where he was consulting at the AIS Training Centre in Italy and supporting some of our key Australian athletes. Todd had also supported Australian teams at the World Half Marathon in Spain (2018), World University Games in Taipei (2017) and the Nitro Athletics in Melbourne (2017).
When Todd isn’t at work, either at our Melbourne CBD physio clinic or trackside, he can often be found spending time with his 2 young girls, or continuing to work on improving his own physical health and fitness.
To experience the best of Melbourne sports physiotherapy, Todd’s physio appointments in Melbourne can be booked online at a time to suit you for total ease and convenience. Or if you have any other queries, please get in touch with Todd to see how he or our other fantastic physiotherapists in the Melbourne CBD — Adrianna, Nick, and Chris — can help set you on the road to recovery.