Moto graduated from the International University of Health and Welfare in Japan with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2006. He then completed a Masters degree at the University of Canberra.

Since graduating, Moto has gained over 12 years of experience in private practice, hospital settings and aged care in both Japan and Australia. He is a published author, having penned eight research papers across a variety of subjects, with a further two papers awaiting acceptance into journals. In 2010, Moto was awarded a prestigious Jacques Duparc Award at the 11th EFORT (European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology) Congress in Madrid, for his ankle research.

Moto has post-graduate training in Dry Needling, Sports Physiotherapy and Manual Therapy. He enjoys treating all musculoskeletal conditions and has special interests in sports injuries, neck and back pain, headaches and vertigo. He has also worked extensively in sports physiotherapy, spending many years treating professional soccer players, disabled athletes and injury prevention for kids. Moto understands that finding and addressing the cause of the problem is crucial to helping his clients fully recover and prevent problems from returning.

In his spare time, Moto enjoys playing soccer, having played in the premier league for more than 10 years. He has also impressively completed in over 10 marathons and enjoys cycling.