Sam Taylor


Sam is a Physiotherapist who is also a Strength and Conditioning Coach with an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science. He offers an integrative and contemporary approach to those who are suffering pain or are looking to perform again after an injury or surgery. Sam’s whole-person approach looks to promote movement by building psychological flexibility and physical robustness.

Sam is an experienced musculoskeletal and disability Physio and is currently the National Disability Assessor for Golf Australia. He is well-versed in assessing and treating all forms of disability having worked within the NDIS sector and within a neurological rehabilitation specialty team at Toowoomba Base Hospital. He also works as a persistent pain coach for a specialist organisation that solely treats people with complex pain presentations. Finally, Sam has worked with semi-professional and professional athletes (AFL, VFL (formerly NEAFL), NRL, surfing, golf, and triathlon) offering physiotherapy and/or strength and conditioning coaching.

Sam’s key areas of clinical interest:

  • Shoulders, knees, necks, and low backs
  • Return to sport and/or physical performance
  • Persistent pain and conservative management
  • Complex pain presentations – such as CRPS, FND, EDS, frozen shoulder

Outside of the clinic, Sam is a father to two boys and has a background history/interest in practically every sport there is. His particular favourites include golf and triathlon.