Graduated from La Trobe University in 2003, Loc spent some years in rural and central teaching hospitals, before settling into private practice. As a Martial Arts enthusiast and a fanatic trail runner, he understands that a strong core is integral for the execution of all movements and appreciates the practicality of Pilates as well as Strength & Conditioning as adjunct modalities to his Physiotherapy practice .
His fervor for travel, culture, and working abroad took Loc on a journey through Europe, residing in the U.K. in the early 2000. He had the opportunity to obtain valuable experience working in various settings ranging from the over strained NHS, a prestigious Sports & Spinal Physiotherapy group in Harley Street, London. He also had the pleasure of looking after the London Wasps Youth Division, Fulham & Hammersmith, and the Middlesex Ladies County Rugby Squad.
Whilst continuing to love sports and spinal rehabilitation, Loc realises children with physical injuries, ailments and disability require a different approach to physiotherapy. He has thus, developed a special interest to Paediatric Physiotherapy. Loc regularly runs Paediatric Pilates courses to assist children with postural awareness, developing neurological foundations for active lifestyles and participation in recreational activities. Loc is also an accredited Teacher Trainer and Principle Educator & Mentor for Polestar Pilates Australia. He is forever attending short courses, adding more tools to his physio tool box to give clients the best up-to-date care and practical advises possible.
In his downtime Loc enjoys checking out the live music & art scenes with friends. Otherwise, he simply loves being out in nature hiking or camping. His interest in trail running had seen him clocked up more than a dozen Ultramarathons under his feet, and an ultimate goal to complete a 100-miler event one day.