Mitchell Taylor

Mitchell graduated from the University of Sydney with 1st Class Honours in 2012. From day 1 Mitchell sparked an interested in cardiopulmonary physiotherapy (working with the lungs) which is something of a rarity within the field. Struck by his passion to provide the best lung physiotherapy Mitchell travelled across to London to work with some of the worlds leading cardiopulmonary physiotherapists. Since returning from his travels Mitchell has further sculpted his skills working with international specialists such as Bradcliff, Mary Massery, The Alfred and has now brought his unique skill set back to his home towns of Sydney and Wollongong.

Professional Experience

Education

Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) Honours 1st Class - University of Sydney, Australia

Career

  • Lead Physiotherapist and Founder - Functional Lungs (2015-present)
  • Senior Physiotherapist  - Sleep and Respiratory Department - St George Hospital Sydney (2016 - present)
  • Senior Physiotherapist  - Respiratory Co-ordinated Care Program - St George Hospital Sydney (2015-2018)
  • Senior Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapist - St Barts Hospital - London (2014 - 2015)
  • Senior Intensive Care and Paediatric Physiotherapist - Shoalhaven Hospital, Nowra (2013 - 2014)

Advanced Training:

  • Bradcliff Level 1
  • Mary Massery Trainer
  • Airway Clearance Across the Lifespan (The Alfred)
  • Advanced Tracheostomy Training (St Barts NHS Trust)
  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy In Lung Disease (The Alfred)

Domestic/International Presentations

  • 'A Physiotherapists perspective on Exercise rehabilitation in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension' PHSANZ 2020 Sydney Australia
  • 'Efficacy of a Chinese Speaking Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program' APSRS 2019 Melbourne, Australia
  • 'The role of physiotherapy in lung disease' Lung Foundation Australia Patient Conference 2018 Sydney, Australia