Bailey graduated from Monash University with an undergraduate Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) degree. During his studies, he completed an internship at Collingwood Football Club and worked as a sports trainer at Dandenong Stingrays. These experiences have assisted in his knowledge of the diagnosis, management, and treatment of elite and sub-elite athletes.
Bailey is a keen runner himself and has an interest in strength and conditioning. He is particularly interested in the treatment of running, football, and general sports-related injuries, such as ligament sprains, muscle tears, tendinopathies, and patellofemoral joint pain.
Bailey is a true believer that the human body is a magnificent vessel that allows us to achieve far more than we thought possible. He wants to assist his patients in realising their true potential and discovering what their body is capable of. Bailey utilises hands-on treatment, exercise-based rehabilitation, and education to reduce his patients’ pain, improve their movement, and ultimately empower them to achieve their goals.
Outside of work, Bailey enjoys keeping fit through gym workouts, running, swimming, and playing golf. He also likes to catch up with friends and support the mighty Pies!