Zydan Merkx


  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy

About Zydan

Zydan completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia. Zydan is truly passionate about his career as a physiotherapist, which provides him the opportunity to empower individuals with the education and skills to work towards their unique goals no matter how big or small. 

In 2015 Zydan ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament whilst playing soccer. Through his recovery, Zydan was able to experience firsthand how effective understanding of the injury, anticipated recovery process and the importance of adhering to a rehabilitation plan can have. After this experience, Zydan’s aspiration has been to empower all his clients with the knowledge and skills to become strong and resilient versions of themselves. Zydan works towards this through focusing on education of the condition combined with strong communication to create tailored treatment plans that empower individuals to self-manage their condition and live a fulfilling life. 

Zydan also has a major interest in the disability industry and is currently still working within the industry as a support worker. From this role Zydan has been able to work with a wide range of conditions including individuals with Autism. As a result, Zydan relishes the opportunity to work with people with Autism to create a positive change in their life!

In Zydan’s spare time he regularly engages in physical exercise consisting of strength and conditioning training at the gym, nightly walks and participation in his local soccer team. Other than physical activities, Zydan enjoys spending time with family, beach visits and travelling.


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