- Mater Private Hospital Brisbane
- Mater Centre for Neurosciences
- Mater Private Hospital Springfield
- Brisbane Private Hospital
Areas of Clinical Practice:
- General Hospital Inpatients
- Medical and Surgical Inpatients
- Neurological Inpatients
Muath works as part of Active Rehab’s hospital physiotherapy team.
Muath graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). Muath’s Honours project looked at the effect of non-invasive brain stimulation on sensorimotor functions of the knee. He presented his research at the 2016 UQ SHRS Post-Graduate Research Conference and received several awards for his research, including the APA Award for Best Physiotherapy Presentation.
Throughout his degree, Muath undertook a Diploma in Sports & Exercise Nutrition, and numerous external courses in neuroscience, neurorehabilitation, and other areas. In addition, he tutored anatomy to undergraduates and assisted in various research projects at the Laboratory for Motor Control & Pain Research and UQCCR.
Muath is currently undertaking a PhD in neuroscience at the University of Queensland, which involves understanding the distinct types of pain and their underlying brain mechanisms. He also continues to teach musculoskeletal anatomy and neuroanatomy at the University of Queensland. Muath has a strong passion for neuroscience and neurorehabilitation and aims to enhance our understanding and treatment approaches in the field.
Muath enjoys strength training and all kinds of food.