Receive the same treatment as your sporting heroes

For the first time ever, you have access to the same passionate sports professionals as your favourite athletes

Meet Our Telehealth Performance Team

Dan Lawson
Dan LawsonPartner & Physiotherapist
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Eddie Atkin
Eddie AtkinPhysiotherapist
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Konrad Schultz
Konrad SchultzPhysiotherapist
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Mick Baines
Mick BainesPartner & Physiotherapist
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Lindsay Self
Lindsay Self Physiotherapist
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Patrick Weston
Patrick WestonPartner & Physiotherapist
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Sam Madden
Sam MaddenPhysiotherapist
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Scott Muttdon
Scott MuttdonPartner & Physiotherapist
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John Callaghan
John CallaghanPhysiotherapist
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Liam Richardson
Liam RichardsonPhysiotherapist
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Dan Lawson
Dan LawsonPartner & Physiotherapist
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Position: Performance Physiotherapist (Cronulla Sharks NRL) / Performance Director (BaiMed Performance) / Director (BaiMed)

Location: Performance Centre

Qualifications: Bachelor of Applied Science (Physio) University of Sydney, Masters of Science (Strength & Conditioning) Edith Cowan University (currently studying)

Professional Achievements and Accreditations:

  • Cronulla Sharks NRL Physio – NRL premiers (2016)
  • Senior Physio, St George Illawarra Dragons NRL (2008-2015)
  • Team Physio, NSW country origin rugby league (2013-2017)
  • Head Physio, Samoa rugby league (2009- 2011)
  • Assistant Physio, NSW origin rugby league (2010)
  • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Member Australian Sports Physiotherapy
  • Member Australian Strength and Conditioning Association
  • Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach
  • Level 2 Sports Trainer
  • Published co-author “Low chronic workload and the acute:chronic workload ratio are more predictive of injury
than between-match recovery time: a two-season prospective cohort study in elite rugby league players” BJSM

Dan has worked with athletes in a wide range of sports all the way up to international level. He has spent the last 10 years at the highest level of Australian sport and is passionate about bringing elite-level sports medicine and strength and conditioning service to the general public via BaiMed Performance Centre.

Born and bred in the Gong, Dan successfully juggles work life with spending time with his wife and two daughters, surfing and listening to loud music while lifting weights.

Eddie Atkin
Eddie AtkinPhysiotherapist
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Position: Performance Physiotherapist

Location: Melbourne – Available via TeleHealth

Qualifications: Bachelor of Applied Science (Physio), Masters of Science (Strength & Conditioning)

Professional Achievements and Accreditations:

  • Physio for Hawthorn AFL premiership 2013
  • Physio to Australian canoe/kayak world championships in Russia 2014
  • Physio to Australian Paralympic team 2017

Eddie is a Specialised (titled) Sports & Exercise Physiotherapy and has a special interest in Hip and Groin injuries.

“I have always had a passion for promoting health and physical activity throughout a person’s lifespan. Telehealth represents an exciting step forward in healthcare, in that it allows for a wide range of people to access the best quality of care and guidance.“

Konrad Schultz
Konrad SchultzPhysiotherapist
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Position:       NRL Head Physiotherapist (Canberra Raiders Rugby League Club)

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) University of Sydney,
  • Masters of Health Science (Sports Physiotherapy) University of Sydney
  • Masters of Science (Strength & Conditioning) Edith Cowan University
  • Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine (Melbourne University)

Professional Achievements and Accreditations:

  • Canberra Raiders NRL head Physiotherapist (2014-present)
  • Cronulla Sharks NRL Physiotherapist (2008-2013)
  • Assistant Physio, Tongan Rugby League World Cup (2008)
  • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Member Australian Sports Physiotherapy Association
  • NSW Sports Physiotherapy Association Committee Member (2011-2012)
  • Accredited Exercise and Sports Scientist (ESSA)

I have an interest in injury minimisation/prevention strategies and athlete monitoring

Mick Baines
Mick BainesPartner & Physiotherapist
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Position: Managing Partner, Physiotherapist

Location: Wollongong, Kiama, Performance Centre

Qualifications: Bach App Sc. (Physiotherapy)

Professional Achievements and Accreditations:

  • Inaugural Women’s NSW State of Origin & Dragons NRLW Physio
  • Jillaroos (Australian Women’s Rugby League) Physio World Cup 9’s.
  • Current NSWRL State of Origin Pathways Performance Physio.
  • Worked at Rugby League world cups, the NBL, the NRL and with several Olympians.
  • Involved with the region’s Matildas and Socceroos players for more than 10 years
  • Awarded Young business leader of the year at the Illawarra Business Awards in 2013
  • Corporate supporter and Board Member of Friends of The Trust (FOTT) – committed to fundraising support for The Disability Trust.
  • Founder and organiser of BaiMed 100 100s event which raises valuable funds every year to support Disability Services and FOTT.

As the founder of BaiMed, Mick is constantly amazed at how many wonderful people BaiMed has allowed him to meet and work with over the years. He has a special interest in lower body biomechanics, especially with regards to the age old debate over load vs capacity. His patients benefit from the professional network he’s formed which allows him access to the state’s top specialists and surgeons.

Mick is famous for his stories (to describe injuries and treatment) which could fill a book (Title pending: ‘Expressions of Interest’) and loves working with people to help them restore their own love of life! He constantly reminds his staff (and the world) of three simple statements that form the backbone of our existence: (1) Do good always; (2) Don’t be too concerned with first world problems; and (3) When asked how you are, always answer “amazing, wonderful or exceptional”.

Although he never really leaves work, Mick runs marathons in his spare time and is a proud father that’s loves all things family and community.

Lindsay Self
Lindsay Self Physiotherapist
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Career highlights

  • 2015 – Current Physiotherapist Brisbane Broncos Football Club
  • 2019 – Current Physiotherapist Tonga Rugby League

Qualifications

  • Master’s of Physiotherapy Studies, University of QLD.
  • Bachelor of Physical Education (Exercise and Sport Science/Exercise Prescription and Management), University of Otago, NZ

Accreditations

  • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Member Australian Sports Physiotherapy
  • Member Australian Strength and Conditioning Association

Special interests

  • Field and contact sport athletes
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Return to perform rehabilitation planning
Patrick Weston
Patrick WestonPartner & Physiotherapist
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Position: BaiMed Partner Titled Sports Physiotherapist, Exercise Physiologist, BaiMed Director

Location: Woonona and Wollongong

Qualifications:  Master of Sports Physiotherapy (2015), Postgraduate Master of Physiotherapy (2007 University of Canberra), Exercise and Sports Science (2004 University of Sydney)

Professional Achievements and Accreditations:

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association Titled Sports Physiotherapist (2015)
  • Accredited NSWIS Physiotherapist provider (2015-current)
  • Head Physiotherapist to the Australian Canoe Slalom team (2008-2016)
  • Team Physiotherapist at the 2012 London Olympic Games
  • Clinical Pilates Instructor (2008-current)
  • Dry Needling Practitioner
  • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Member Australian Sports Physiotherapy Association

Patrick is a highly experienced Titled Sports Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist with over 12 years of experience working with a variety of elite level athletes and teams. He has worked extensively with Olympic athletes.

His special interest lies in running and tendon loading injuries such as those of the Achilles and Patella, as well as injuries of the shoulder and thoracic spine. Applying current research to diagnosis, treatment and management, Patrick’s individualised approach ensures his patients achieve a successful return to competition or fulfil their individual goals.

Outside work, he enjoys spending time with his family, road trail running, surfing and craft beers. Patrick continues to train for various road and trail events, his goal is to continue to challenge his marathon PB in the future.

Sam Madden
Sam MaddenPhysiotherapist
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Qualifications: Master’s Sports Physiotherapy, La Trobe University Master’s Strength & Conditioning, Edith Cowan University Master’s Physiotherapy Studies, University of Queensland Bachelor of Science (Human Movement Studies), University of Queensland

Professional Achievements and Accreditation:
Career highlights: being involved with successful 2016 NRL Premiership with the Cronulla Sharks and the 2017 World Cup campaign with the Australian Kangaroos.

His special interest lies in being able to help athletes and motivated individuals find solutions to injuries or physical restrictions that are limiting their personal goals. I have a special interest in working with individuals to create patient centred and sustainable return to activity plans.

outside of work Sam enjoy’s being able to spend time with my wife and daughter. Outside of this he enjoy’s getting to the gym and most types of outdoor physical activity.

Scott Muttdon
Scott MuttdonPartner & Physiotherapist
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Position: Owner / Operations Manager / Illawarra Hawks NBL Head Physio

Location: Kiama, Wollongong, Woonona

Qualifications: Bach App Sc. (Physiotherapy)

Professional Achievements and Accreditations:

  • St George Illawarra Dragons (2009-2015) physiotherapist as varying levels from junior reps, NYC, NRL.
  • Illawarra Hawks Performance Program Manager 2015 – current
  • NSW Junior State of Origin Physio 2014 – current

Scott has been with BaiMed since 2009 and is one of the owners. Originally based at the Wollongong clinic, he left to open the Woonona clinic in 2012 and then the Kiama clinic in 2015. His interest in holistic biomechanical based treatment, means Scott’s primary focus is on injury prevention and athletic development, and loves working with people in a team based environment to create positive change.

Outside work, Scott enjoys spending time with his family including amazing, supportive, understanding wife Sarah and two kids – boisterous, strong-willed, fiercely independent son Will and gentle natured, quiet, gorgeous daughter Nellie.

John Callaghan
John CallaghanPhysiotherapist
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Liam Richardson
Liam RichardsonPhysiotherapist
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