Caleb McInnes – Sports Podiatrist & Co-Director
- Bachelor of Podiatry (La Trobe University)
- Bachelor of Biomedical Science – Biomechanics & Human Biology (RMIT)
Caleb has experience in all aspects of Podiatry. He has a special interest in injury prevention and treatment through the correction of biomechanical factors; Cycling Biomechanics, Paediatrics and Athletic Footwear.
He has worked with a diverse patient base, gaining exposure to the assessment and rehabilitation of sporting injuries; orthotics; nail surgery, paediatrics, diabetes and general care in both community health and private practice settings.
His work with specialist athletic footwear retailers and close association with leading brands gives him excellent footwear knowledge.
Caleb has a strong sporting background, including representing Australia in Triathlon & Duathlon, and has previously represented Victoria in cross-country running. He is a qualified Triathlon Coach and a specialist fitter for Solestar cycling insoles, in conjunction with his bike fitting service.
Outside of work Caleb enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, wake boarding, eating and getting outdoors to ride and run.
Ross Kinsella – Sports Physiotherapist & Co-Director
- Masters of Sports Physiotherapy (La Trobe University)
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) (University of Melbourne)
- Bachelor of Medical Science (La Trobe University)
Ross Kinsella is an APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist and Co-Director here at Freedom Sports Medicine. His considerable knowledge of Sports Physiotherapy stems from his 13 years of varied experience in the Australian Defence Force, elite sport in the TAC Cup, VFL as well as the AFL, Sports Medicine private practice work and teaching at La Trobe and James Cook Universities.
Ross has gained a specialised Masters qualification in Sports Physiotherapy and is currently undertaking his second Masters in Strength and Conditioning, which is due for completion in 2018. You can have full confidence in the diagnosis, assessment and treatment offered from Ross, starting from an acute incident or overuse injury right through to high level return to sport and return to work aspirations from your injury. He is able to communicate highly complex health, performance and well-being concepts into simple strategies. Ross also draws on his own experience as an endurance athlete, where he qualified for the Hawaiian Ironman in 2013 and was able to run a 2 hour 43 minute marathon in 2014.
Outside of work Ross enjoys a variety of activities such as running, hiking, strength training, yoga, studying and spending time with his wife and dogs.