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About Jack Mest Physiotherapy

Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Jack Mest Physiotherapy

Jack Mest graduated from Monash University, Melbourne with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2008. He has worked as a clinician since this time in sports injury clinics and sporting organizations across Australia and the UK.

His diverse work experience includes working as the Reserves team physiotherapist for the Collingwood Football Club in the Australian Football League and as an Academy Physiotherapist for Tottenham Hotspur Football Club whilst based in London.

Jack completed his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy, graduating from Latrobe University in 2019. Following this, he received recognition from the Australian Physiotherapy Association as a titled Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist and became a member of the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2020.

Through his post-graduate studies, Jack developed a special research interest in tendinopathy. He is first author on a publication entitled: ‘The prevalence of self-reported psychological characteristics in adults with lower limb tendinopathy’, which was published in Muscles, Ligaments & Tendons Journal in December 2020.

Jack has also contributed to a chapter on Tendinopathy in a textbook for Health Professionals entitled: 'Exercise to Prevent and Manage Chronic Disease Across the Lifespan', which was published by Elsevier in 2022.

Jack has always had a passion for education in Physiotherapy and currently works as a clinical educator for final year Physiotherapy students at the University of Canberra in addition to his work as a clinician.

For more information on Jack’s services please call or contact him via email: jack.mest@canberra.edu.au

Our services
  • Sports Injury Rehabilitation
  • Musculoskeletal Injury Physiotherapy
  • Pre and Postoperative Physiotherapy
  • Chronic Injury Rehabilitation
  • Occupational Injury Rehabilitation
  • Tendon Telehealth Consultation
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Published Research

We have had our work published! Our research examines the complexities of long-standing tendon pain. To read full article please visit Muscles, Ligaments and Tendon's Journal: www.mltj.online, volume 10, issue 4 2020.

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