Meet Josh Bess

Josh has recently joined the SquareOne team after relocating from the UK with his girlfriend Becky and comes from working in a prominent Sports Physiotherapy Practice in Devon. Josh has a special interest in cricket injuries and their rehabilitation and is currently completing his dissertation for his Masters degree in Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy. He has extensive experience in working with elite University athletes, school children and the general public across a wide variety of sports, particularly rugby, cricket gold and rowing. Josh is available for appointments at our 393 Military Road location. 

Josh has recently joined the SquareOne team after relocating from the UK with his girlfriend Becky and comes from working in a prominent Sports Physiotherapy Practice in Devon. Josh has a special interest in cricket injuries and their rehabilitation and is currently completing his dissertation for his Masters degree in Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy. He has extensive experience in working with elite University athletes, school children and the general public across a wide variety of sports, particularly rugby, cricket gold and rowing. Josh is available for appointments at our 393 Military Road location. Josh is a Chartered Physiotherapist who graduated from Cardiff University in 2010.  In September 2014 he made a wise choice by moving to Sydney from England to chase the sun.  Prior to this Josh worked in the hosptial system gaining valuable experience in treating people with a variety of conditions, including long standing back and neck pain, as well as work with amputees, and various neurological and respiratory conditions. Josh has a particular interest in injury prevention and carrying out sport specific screening. This involves looking how each player moves, identifying areas that may lead to injury or that could limit performance. Josh has also completed the Advanced Sports Trauma and Pitchside management course (Gold Standard). Outside of work Josh is a wannabe surfer, and plays grade cricket for Mosman, and rugby in the winter.