Scott Whiting



Scott did his schooling on the Gold Coast and graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland in 1989. He has worked in private practice for 25 years in London, Ireland, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Scott has a special interest in evidence based manual therapy, paediatric and adolescent injuries, chronic low back pain, occupational health and injury management, post-surgical rehabilitation and male pelvic floor retraining for prostate cancer patients. He is also involved in injury management programs with a variety of Gold Coast industries both in rehabilitation and workplace injury prevention. He was the Gold Coast regional representative for Q Comp’s Regional Network program for workplace injury for 3 years.

Scott is actively involved with providing physiotherapy to a wide variety of sporting groups and has had a 15 year relationship with the Keebra Park Rugby League elite program.

Currently he is involved in the sporting programs at Somerset College and works closely with the Physical Education faculty and Sports Coaching Directors at the college. His aim is to identify, prevent, and manage injury to enable students to participate in their sport at a high level safely and responsibly.

“ … for me this is the ideal role I have sought in private practice. To be involved in a team environment with this school-age cohort allows a great opportunity to educate and guide responsible management of musculoskeletal health. To be able to work and communicate with all the staff, coaches, trainers, and health professionals associated with the Sports Precinct is the perfect environment to learn and deliver better outcomes for all the kids who enjoy the facility.”






Cameron brings an impressive wealth of experience in the area of Sports Physiotherapy. He is the current Head Physiotherapist for the Queensland Rugby Union. He was the Senior Physiotherapist/Medical Coordinator for QRU 1996-2004 and was the National Team Physiotherapist for the Wallabies 1997-2007. He was a player in the Wallabies 1984 Grand Slam team and 1987 and 1991 World Cup Teams. He has always sought challenge and diversity of experience and has always maintained a concurrent focus on private clinical practice as an owner of Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy practices in Brisbane.


Cameron has recently located to the local area, and in joining City Coast Physio is looking forward to the challenge and contributing his experience to our current and future clientele, college sports programs and injury management programs.

madeleine Hill

Practice Manager