Mark completed a Bachelors of Physiotherapy at the University of Notre Dame in 2013 and previously completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Health Science at the University of Western Australia. His early fascination with the human mind and body led him to a career in physiotherapy that would not only reap the rewards of helping individuals with their injury but assist people on their journey to becoming the best versions of themselves. His career took him overseas to Canada where he first setup Back2it Physiotherapy in British Columbia in 2016. An enriching cultural experience replacing the beach with snow allowed a fulfilling two years as he utilised his skillset in another part of the world. Upon arriving home, Mark went back to university and completed his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at Curtin University finishing late 2021.
Mark is part-owner of the gym 360 Allied Health & Fitness to which Back2it Sports Physiotherapy resides. Mark has been working out of strength and conditioning facilities for as long as he has been a Physiotherapist and understands the importance of moving well and having the baseline strength to deal with the necessities of everyday life. Mark takes a very proactive approach to his work in teaching his clients everything they need to know to self-manage their injuries going forwards. He has worked with different types of athletes at both an Olympic and professional level as well as the recreational across a broad spectrum of sports such as rowing, ice hockey, boxing, snow sports, mixed martial arts, Brazilian Ju-jitsu, weight-lifting, powerlifting, soccer, AFL and rugby to name a few.