BExSc, MPhty, APAM
Sascha Halpin is an associate clinician at Brisbane Headache and Migraine clinic.
During university, he completed two degrees at Griffith University in the Health and Knowledge Precinct on the Gold Coast of Queensland. In that time, he completed a Bachelors degree of Exercise Science and a Masters degree of Physiotherapy. Since then, Sascha has worked and treated a wide range of patients with musculoskeletal and neurological disorders. During his career, he has founded a high passion in the field of headaches and migraines, as well as the mitigation of chronic pain.
Sascha is a firm believer that optimising a person’s physical health has a large flow-on effect to all aspects of a person’s health and enjoyment of life. Sascha puts special emphasis on communicating with the patient to find out how best to achieve their desired outcomes, and what is most important to achieve with their condition. Sascha employs a range of treatment techniques, combining hands on manual therapy, exercise prescription and condition education to create the most optimised treatment plan for the individual and their needs.
Quality of care
Sascha engages thoroughly with his patients to alleviate their condition and improve their quality of life. His education and experience has been utilised in musculoskeletal clinics, sporting teams, as well as public and private hospitals in Queensland, New South Wales as well as Victoria. This knowledge enables Sascha to practice with skills of the highest standard.
- Bachelor of Exercise Science
- Master of Physiotherapy
- Watson Headache® Practitioner
- Level 1 Watson Headache® Foundation Course
- Level 2 Watson Headache® Consolidation Course
- Musculoskeletal Segmental Layering and Dry Needling
What you don’t know
Before working as a physiotherapist, Sascha worked as a photographer, shooting weddings and events whilst also creating a beautiful array of fine art images to hang on people’s walls. Outside of work, you will find him diving off the local reefs with his underwater camera, working his way up to his next personal best in the gym, or on the soccer field with his mates.