- Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)
Physiotherapist Jack Manson graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) in 2015, having completed a range of placements in acute hospitals, rehabilitation centres and private practices.
Jack has also completed the Pilates Level 1 Matwork Certificate through the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute in 2015.
Jack Manson is consulting full time at Physioworks Health Group Cranbourne and Pakenham clinics.
Jack has a strong interest in sports physiotherapy having previously worked as a sports trainer at various levels, ranging from local football clubs Nar Nar Goon and Devon Meadows, through to the Northern Blues Football Club in the VFL. His claim to fame is looking after “Juddy” (Chris Judd) in the Brownlow Medallist’s only VFL game.
Jack Manson provides match day sports physiotherapy services to the Pakenham Football Club in the SEFNL.
Jack Mason worked at the 2016 Australian Junior Volleyball Championships on the Gold Coast providing his physiotherapy and recovery expertise to the Victorian Boys and Girls U15, U17 and U19 teams; and for Volleyball Victoria at the Australian Junior Beach Volleyball Championships in Perth in April 2017.
Outside of physiotherapy, Jack is a keen follower of AFL, tennis and soccer, and is always keen to try new and interesting foods.