Tim aspires to relieve patients’ pain through physio

John XXIII College graduate, Tim Jones, is currently studying a Bachelor of Physiotherapy / Bachelor of Exercise & Sport Science at Notre Dame’s Fremantle Campus.

7 October 2015

John XXIII College graduate and aspiring physiotherapist, Tim Jones, is driven by a “thirst for knowledge” and personal aim of reducing the pain of patients in his care.

Currently studying a Bachelor of Physiotherapy / Bachelor of Exercise & Sport Science at The University of Notre Dame Australia’s Fremantle Campus, Tim is focused on developing the knowledge and skills required to become a valued physiotherapist.

“Within my profession as a physiotherapist, I want to always be learning and improving my knowledge and skills, allowing me to become the best clinician possible. It is our duty to provide the best possible practice to ensure an optimal outcome,” Tim said.

“I aspire to achieve this goal through constant reflection and learning, as well as my unique thirst for knowledge. Notre Dame empowers us all to think big and realise our capabilities.”

Tim said the University’s personalised approach to learning and more than 1200 practicum hours as part of the Physiotherapy course largely influenced his decision to study at Notre Dame.

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Leigh Dawson: Tel (08) 9433 0569; Mob 0405 441 093; leigh.dawson@nd.edu.au