Zaki Hairodin is an Australian trained Physiotherapist, graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours from La Trobe University in 2008 and was awarded a post-graduate scholarship to pursue his Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne in 2013.
Zaki has more than 12 years of extensive experience working in both public hospital and private clinics where he had helped numerous clients recover from musculoskeletal injuries such as neck and back pain, shoulder, knee and ankle sprains as well as guiding client’s rehabilitation after sports and orthopaedic surgeries such as ACL reconstruction, shoulder rotator cuff repair, total knee replacement, fracture fixation and many others. He employs a variety of treatment techniques to suit his client’s needs and is certified in Clinical Pilates, Kinesio-taping and Dry Needling.
He is a firm believer in adopting a collaborative and patient-centred approach with his clients in order to achieve successful outcomes. He values highly on assessing patients holistically and identifying movement impairments that contribute to their symptoms and prescribe individualised hands-on treatment and corrective exercises to improve their pain symptoms, function and prevent a recurrence.
Despite suffering an ACL injury years ago, Zaki had undergone a successful ACL reconstruction and rehabilitation and still plays football leisurely. He also maintains an active lifestyle through resistance training in the gym and enjoys swimming and running.