Rob Waller is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, whose clinical practice
focuses on restoring function with expertise in complex musculoskeletal
presentations. He is also a lecturer at Curtin University teaching on the
Postgraduate Clinical Masters program. Rob’s research interests are broad,
including understanding factors that drive pain and implementing current
evidence into best practice for musculoskeletal pain.
Rob maintains a healthy work life balance and his interests when not working
include spending time with his family, traveling and keeping highly active. Rob
is a keen mountain biker, while regularly road cycling, kite surfing and walking
his Labrador Tilly. He strongly believes age shouldn’t be a barrier to staying
active and does regular strength training to ensure he is physically conditioned
for being highly active.
PhD – Understanding pain mechanisms in young adults of the Raine Study (http://www.rainestudy.org.au)