Trevor is New Zealand-trained physiotherapist who holds an undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy, a postgraduate diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy, a postgraduate certificate in acupuncture and a Masters of Health Science (1st Class Hons) from the Auckland University of Technology. He qualified in 1996 and has owned a physiotherapy practice since 1997. Since graduating Trevor has developed a comprehensive tool kit to help him solve difficult musculoskeletal problems in both the golfer and non-golfer alike. Trevor is currently the only Level 3 TPI certified Medical Professional in New Zealand and one of only three in Australasia.
Trevor is the founder of Golf Works Ltd and Golf Kinetics Ltd in New Zealand which has been providing golf-specific physiotherapy and training programmes for touring professional and elite amateur and club golfers since 1998 when he was asked to be the physiotherapist at the World Cup of Golf at Gulf Harbour Country Club. Since then he has worked with a large number of golfers, including professionals on the US, European, Asian and Australasian PGA tours.
Trevor utilizes his special interest in accelerated motor learning, his passion for problem solving and his diverse range of physiotherapy skill sets to help golfers 'Maximize their Swing Potential', providing all levels of golfers with bodies that will help them to optimize their golf swings and help them to realize their golfing potential.
Trevor has lectured extensively in New Zealand and Australia since 2006 on the use of segmental and dry needling to assist in resolving difficult musculoskeletal conditions commonly found in golfers. Trevor has been lecturing on the NZPGA Golf Coach Trainee program since 2008, and has been working with the New Zealand Golf high performance squads since 2003. Trevor was also a New Zealand Academy of Sport Physiotherapy Provider for Golf until the sport lost its funding in 2007. Trevor’s Master’s thesis focused on the effects that alterations in set up posture have on a golfer’s ability to develop X-factor in the golf swing. Trevor was privileged to be accepted to speak on the topic at the World Golf Fitness Summit in Orlando, Florida in 2010.