Who is EPB

Ty Halpin

Principal Exercise Physiologist and Director: Ty Halpin

Ty graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 2006 and immediately dove into the Exercise Physiology industry.

His extreme attention to detail and love for all things physical led him to specialise in chronic pain utilising biomechanical adjustments and neuromuscular retraining, with his aim being to always surprise patients with just how much they can achieve.

As a long distance runner and ironman triathlete, Ty has trained many individuals to their personal event milestones and uses the same drive and consistent commitment to deliver the best results for rehabilitation patients and elite athletes alike.

With knowledge in treating trigger points and his experience as a Pilates instructor and educator, Ty has extensive skills to keep you injury free and fully functioning.

Qualifications:
BaAppSci (HMS) (AEP ESSAM)
Certified Pilates Instructor

 

Todd Snowdon

Senior Exercise Physiologist: Todd Snowdon

Todd joined EPB in early 2014 and has been a great asset to the team. His attention to detail and expertise in pre and post hip rehabilitation has lead to many successful outcomes.

Todd is extremely passionate in obtaining the best outcome for his patients with a focus on solving the underlying issues associated with complex conditions. With close to two decades of football (soccer) experience, Todd understands the importance of injury prevention and rehabilitation and imparts this knowledge onto his patients.

Qualifications:
(B.ClinExPhysiol) ESSAM AEP
Certified Pilates Instructor

 

Charlene Hanley

Senior Exercise Physiologist: Camilla Williams

With over 13 years experience in private and corporate health practice, Camilla believes that optimal health and wellbeing is achieved through a multifaceted approach. With a background in exercise physiology, corporate health, nutrition, health coaching and remedial massage, Camilla has the practical experience and knowledge to assist you in reaching your health, sport specific and/or wellbeing goals. Camilla is currently completing her PhD in the field of genetic profiling (genes that can affect trainability). These learnings will contribute to the field of personalised health medicine and will continually be integrated within Exercise Physiology Brisbane's practices.

Qualifications:
BaAppSc (HMS-Ex Sc)Hons (AEP ESSAM)
Master of Nutrition (Reg. Nut)
Diploma of Remedial Massage (AAMT)
Cert IV Training & Assessment