Brendan Ware

BAppSc (Phty), MClinPhysio (Manipulative Therapy)

Lecturer in Physiotherapy
Building 1014 Room 108

Brendan joined CSU in 2017 after working for 10 years as a clinical physiotherapist. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Sydney and a Master’s degree in Manipulative (musculoskeletal) Physiotherapy at Curtin University. Brendan has participated in research into chronic low back pain and several quality improvement projects within the public health sector. In the next 12 months he plans on enrolling in a PhD program to complete further research.

Brendan has worked in various clinical physiotherapy roles in both public hospital and private practice settings. He has also worked as a physiotherapy tutor for undergraduate and post-graduate students at Curtin University. Brendan continues to work part-time as an emergency department and intensive care unit physiotherapist.

  • PHS313 Foundations of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Practice
  • PHS314 Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Practice

Brendan has previously completed research in chronic low back pain and plans on enrolling in a PhD in the next 12 months.

Sensory characteristics of chronic non-specific low back pain: A subgroup investigation. Peter O’Sullivan, Robert Waller, Anthony Wright, Joseph Gardner, Richard Johnston, Carly Payne, Aedin Shannon, Brendan Ware, Anne Smith. Manual Therapy 19 (2014) 311-318.

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