Phil Ladlow graduated as a Physiotherapist from LaTrobe University, Melbourne in 1991. Since that time he has gained extensive experience across acute care and rehabilitation settings in both Hobart and Melbourne.
Phil has held senior staff positions at the Royal Hobart Hospital, Monash Medical Centre and the Epworth Hospital, combining a clinical load and physiotherapy staff management in Neurosurgical, Medical and Rehabilitation wards.
In 1999 he completed his Masters in Neurological Physiotherapy at Melbourne University, and in 2000 launched Neuromoves Physiotherapy, a neuromuscular rehabilitation private practice in Hobart, Tasmania.
In 2008 Phil became a qualified instructor in Rehabilitation Pilates, utilising this dynamic but gentle form of exercise to optimise his client’s postural awareness, alignment, motor control, strength and overall function.
In 2008 Neuromoves merged with Southern Physio to form AllCare Physiotherapy. Phil is currently co-director of this practice and has a strong interest in chronic pain; vestibular rehabilitation; posture, movement and balance disorders; spinal cord injury; traumatic and acquired brain injury and neuromuscular conditions.