Scot Thorn

Physiotherapist


APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Member, Australian College of Physiotherapists (MACP),

Postgraduate Masters (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy)

Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)

Bachelor of Science (Anatomy)

Member, Australian Physiotherapy Association (APAM)

 

Scot is a highly qualified and recognised musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. After completing his Bachelor of Science degree (majoring in Anatomy) in the late 1990s, he then went on to complete his Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2003.

He began his early career working at Royal North Shore Hospital and in the athletic community alongside a variety of sporting codes such as Rugby, Netball, and AFL with exposure to all facets of physiotherapeutic care.

In 2005, he joined MGS Physiotherapy and proved himself to be an outstanding member of the team. Scot went on to further his studies in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy completing his postgraduate Masters’ degree in 2008 at the University of Western Australia which qualified him as a Titled APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Member of the Australian College of Physiotherapists (MACP).

Since 2013, Scot has been a managing partner of the MGS Physiotherapy and continues to enjoy providing physiotherapy care to the local community.

Scot truly enjoys talking shop with his clients and will provide them with as little or as much information about their condition as they would like. Providing experienced hands-on care and supportive healthy living and exercise advice is his priority so you can get back to what you love doing most as quickly as possible.

We all joke that on the weekends that Scot likes to spend his time reading anatomy textbooks with a cliché amongst the group that if you need to know the latest research on anything… “just ask Scottie”. Although this may be true, he has a deep love of the ocean with a life-long passion for surfing and ocean swimming and any other sport you can do ‘on’ or ‘in’ the sea. However, snow skiing and mountain biking are not far behind.

Scot Thorn

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MGS Manly

CONTACT

Phone 02 9976 2666
Fax 02 9976 2675
Email info@mgs.physio

ADDRESS

1 Whistler Street
Manly NSW 2095

OPENING HOURS

Mon – Fri, 7am – 7pm
Sat, 8am – 1pm

MGS Mona Vale

CONTACT

Phone 02 9979 6978
Fax 02 9979 2161
Email monavale@mgs.physio

ADDRESS

Shop 2, Peninsula Plaza,
20 Bungan Street
Mona Vale NSW 2103

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Mon – Fri, 7am – 7pm
Sat, 8am – 1pm

MGS North Curl Curl

CONTACT

Phone 02 9905 3500
Fax 02 9905 3501
Email northcurlcurl@mgs.physio

ADDRESS

53 Griffin Road
North Curl Curl NSW 2099

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Mon – Fri, 7am – 7pm
Sat, 8am – 12pm

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