Physio+10 focuses on the journeys of trailblazing Physiotherapists and today's conversation is with Mr Seif Wardani. Seif is part of the team that provides medical services for the male players at the Australian Tennis Open. He also covers FC Copehagen. Find out if it is skill, hard work, luck, or good looks that assisted him to cover two elite sports.
In this conversation with Seif we also learn;
* How his day providing physiotherapy to a professional European round ball team pans out
* What he thinks new graduates should focus on clinically
* What enabled him to move beyond his low point professionally
* The importance of developing a network of support and contacts
Seif is a Notre Dame Physiotherapy Graduate from the Class of 2009, who endeavored to explore a career in Sports Physiotherapy and elite Sports. Upon completion of his Sports Masters post-graduate program at the University of Queensland in Brisbane Seif took a leap of faith with a move to Copenhagen (Denmark) where he quickly had to find his feet in a completely new environment & country. Seif finally reaped the benefits of this move by securing contracts with FC Copenhagen and the ATP Tour shortly after his move to Europe. He has just completed 6 years at FC Copenhagen in 2020 as the Long Term Injury & Sports Performance Physiotherapist and continues to work with the ATP as a Sports Physiotherapist on the Men's Professional Tennis Circuit around the world.