Izach Clements Remedial Massage Canberra


Izach is a new graduate physiotherapist who finished his Master of Physiotherapy degree in July 2019. On completion of his Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science, Izach continued studying his Masters of Physiotherapy as he has a passion for musculoskeletal anatomy and sports injuries. During his time as a student physiotherapist, Izach has worked in general medical and surgical wards, rehabilitation units, intensive care units and as a community physiotherapist.

The Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science laid the foundation for Izach, teaching him fundamental principles of exercise and giving him an understanding of human movement. During this time, Izach was an intern Strength and Conditioning coach with the Canberra Capitals Women’s Basketball team from 2015 to 2018 in which he volunteered his time to learn. In this role Izach monitored athlete’s wellbeing, prescribed exercise for injury prevention and assisted with data collection for research.

Izach joined the Canberra City Health Network team in July 2013 as a Soft Tissue Therapist and has been working here for the past six years whilst studying his degrees at the University of Canberra. Izach graduated from Canberra Institute of Technology in 2014 with an Advanced Diploma of Health Science (Soft Tissue Therapy). In 2014, Izach received a Work Placement Program at the Australian Institute of Sport, which was open to participants Australia wide and he was lucky enough to be selected. During this time he was given the opportunity to treat Australia’s elite athletes from a variety of sports and work with other health professionals such as Physiotherapists and Sports Doctors.

Izach enjoys treating a wide variety of conditions but has a particular interest in hip pain, groin pain and knee injuries. On the weekends Izach enjoys spending time with family and friends, camping, fishing and playing soccer in the local men’s premier league.

Izach is registered with AHPRA and is a member of Australian Physiotherapy Association.