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Milos Stanisavljevic is our head Physio and was born in Belgrade. He has a bachelor’s degree with honour’s from the college of medical professional studies Belgrade, Serbia and a diploma in Sports Physical Therapies from IOC Sport Oracle University Lausanne, Switzerland.
He arrived in Malta in 2000 and worked for a number of sporting organisations such as Sliema wanderers as the lead physiotherapist. He is currently the lead physiotherapist for the Malta Olympic committee and has accompanied Maltese national athletes in 4 Olympic games , 9 small nations games and 3 commonwealth games as head physiotherapist . He specializes in sports injuries and has an extensive knowledge of tennis, squash and golf related injuries. He also specializes neck and lower back problems.
Milos has been involved with several medical and physiotherapy institutions in different countries and has lectured abroad in major medical seminars
He is a former professional handball player in Serbia, Italy and Germany and has played many other sports.
Karl Rizzo Naudi holds a Masters degree in physiotherapy and has 15 years experience working as a physiotherapist.
Karl has a vast experience working with patients in different settings ranging from sports injuries, orthopedics, acute and chronic conditions, amputee rehabilitation as well as hydrotherapy. He also obtained a diploma in Physical Training and Rehabilitation.
He is currently the team physiotherapist for the Malta Football Association U19 National Team, and for the Malta Basketball Association, and a member of the medical team with the Maltese Olympic Committee.
Karl has a long history playing water polo locally winning multiple domestic honours and has recently discovered a passion for long distance open water swimming and CrossFit.
Julian Rizzo Naudi is a Registered Physiotherapist with degrees from the University of Malta (BSc Physiotherapy, 2009) and the University of Glasgow (Master of Sports and Exercise Science and Medicine, 2020). One of his field of expertise is cruciate knee ligament injuries, which he has worked extensively with patients in hospitals. He has worked in a variety of settings, encompassing medicine, neurology, pediatrics, and orthopedic surgery through the National Health Service. Julian also treats musculoskeletal injuries with the Maltese Olympic committee and the Malta Football Association.
Julian is particularly interested in exercise therapy and dry needling. “I enjoy helping people of all ages suffering from injury, through exercise, manual therapy and education. If I have an impact on a person’s overall ability to live their life, even beyond any injury encountered, I am truly satisfied.”
Outside of work, Julian indulges in activities such as running, tennis, padel, squash, swimming and strength and conditioning.
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