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Robina Sports Academy Overview

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Robina Sports Academy was created to deliver our student-athletes the opportunity to achieve at the highest level in their chosen sporting domain while maintaining a quality education.

Through the guidance of our experienced staff, expert coaching panel and outstanding training facilities, Robina High students are afforded the occasion to succeed in all facets of their schooling.

Our Vision is to cultivate a cutting edge sporting institution where high performance and success are demonstrated across all aspects of each student-athletes’ growth at Robina State High School. In order to achieve this we follow these six key principles:

  • Long-Term Physical Development

  • Individualised Tracking

  • Structured Pathways

  • Athlete Wellbeing

  • Academic Curriculum

  • Good Sportspeople

We offer fully fledged programs in Golf, Futsal/Football and Baseball and have recently introduced General Sports Academy Classes in each year level. Students participate in as many as four sessions specific to their activity each week with other like-minded students. Often we have several of our Sports Programs running at the same time which creates a positive culture for all students involved in the Robina Sports Academy.

A major focus of the Robina Sports Academy is student pathways. Not only do our staff regularly work with students regarding their skills and athletic development, goal setting, sport psychology, etc. but also their subject selections, academic reports and future career path. The tracking of student results in their sport and in the classroom enables our students to achieve quality outcomes. We strongly encourage our students to use their sporting prowess to enhance their future opportunities.

For more information contact:

Daniel Norton-Smith
Robina Sports Academy Director
(07) 5562 3448

  

Introducing Robina Sports Academy’s physiotherapist: Kyle Mitchell


Kyle is a highly qualified therapist with experience in sports/musculoskeletal, vertigo/vestibular, neurological, and post-surgical physiotherapy. He is a clinical facilitator within the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at Bond University. He facilitates practical sessions and tutors within the musculoskeletal and neurological subjects of the program. He also provides supervision during clinical placements for students throughout their program.

 

Kyle is also the head physiotherapist for the Bond University AFL club, providing sports physiotherapy for the team for the past four years. He provides gameday preparation, on field medical treatments, and rehabilitation from injuries to return players to sport effectively and safely.

 

Kyle has a passion for vertigo, balance disorders and vestibular rehabilitation, with significant experience in treating these conditions. He has a special interest in treating BPPV and can perform the Epley manoeuvre safely and effectively. Kyle has undergone extensive training to develop his skills to provide thorough rehabilitation and exercise prescription for people with dizziness and balance issues.

 

Qualifications:

  • Doctor of Physiotherapy (Bond)
  • Bachelor of Science (UBC)
  • APA Level 2 Sports Physiotherapist
  • VEA trained Vestibular Therapist

 

Involvement with Teams and Associations:

  • Bond University AFL Club, Head Physiotherapist 2016 - Present
  • Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association 2014 – Present
  • Physiotherapist for Robina High School 2019 – Present
  • Gold Coast Airport Marathon Physiotherapist 2014 - Present
  • Australian U15 National Baseball Team, Team Physiotherapist 2016
  • Major League Baseball Australian Academy Program (MLBAAP) 2014 – 2018
  • Mudgeeraba Soccer Club, Physiotherapist 2014 – 2015
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Last reviewed 25 February 2021
Last updated 25 February 2021