Profile: Amy graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) degree. Since then, she has worked in private practice and various private hospitals, specialising in orthopaedic rehabilitation in both the acute and outpatient settings.
Profile: Graduated from the University of Sydney in 1992 and completed Masters of Health Science in Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2002 and achieved her APA Sports Physiotherapist title in 2003
Profile: Following on from her undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sports Science, Ally graduated from a Master of Physiotherapy and a Master of Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Sydney. Since then, she has worked at St Vincent’s Private Hospital and North Shore Private Hospital and Sydney Children’s Hospital, gaining experience in a wide range of areas of Physiotherapy.
Profile: rett holds a Master of Physiotherapy degree from Sydney University as well as a Bachelor of Exercise Science degree. Coming from a sporting background of Rugby League, and boasting NRL experience, he has encountered many injuries himself and so understands what it takes to encounter pain and endure rehabilitation.
Profile: Joining the team at St George Physiotherapy in 2009, Beth specialises in individualised exercise prescription for rehabilitation and conditioning. Working as a clinical Pilates instructor since 2004, she completed her Physiotherapy degree in 2005 and gained further qualifications in 2008 when she became a certified Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation Instructor. As a physiotherapist, Beth has worked in hospitals, private practice and specialist Pilates studios.
Profile: Ben is a Practice Principal at St George Physiotherapy and Pilates. He graduated from the University of Otago (NZ) in 2001 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy and completed a Masters Level Post Graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Auckland University of Technology in 2006. He has worked and managed sports injury clinics in Auckland and the United Kingdom as well working with the Marist North Harbour Rugby Club, New Zealand Woman’s Basketball and New Zealand Women’s Rugby teams.
Profile: Graduated in 1989 and completed a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy in 2003. Current physiotherapist for U17 Men’s Australian Basketball Team. Past physiotherapist for Sydney Kings NBL, Knox Grammar School Athletics and Rugby, Combined Associated Schools Rugby, NSW and Australian Schools Rugby Team and St Ignatius College Riverview.
Profile: Ben attained a BHSc (Sp & Ex Sc) in 1996 and then completed his BAppSc (PHTY) at The University of Sydney in 2000. He worked extensively in Australia and the UK before becoming Practice Principal of Leichhardt Sports Physiotherapy (formerly Lewisham Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine) in 2005. He is an active member of the inner west Primary Health Network and has developed strong relationships with local doctors, surgeons & sporting clubs.
Profile: Camilla graduated from Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2012. She spent a year working in the Illawarra hospitals developing her skills in manual therapy and exercise prescription, before joining the team at St George Physiotherapy.
Profile: aniel joined the team at Sutherland Physiotherapy in 2015 bringing with him extensive private practice and Sports Physiotherapy experience. Daniel currently works with the Cronulla Sharks NRL and NYC teams as well as the Australian Weightlifting Association. He has previously worked with De La Salle rugby league, as well as the Sutherland Shire Netball Association.
Profile: Graduated 2013. Past sports trainer for Warringah Rugby Club, Knox Grammar School and Pymble Ladies College. Special interest in treating Muskuloskeletal & sports injuries. Osteoarthritic pain. Post orthopaedic surgery.
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Profile: Gina is an enthusiastic physiotherapist with a passion for holistic treatment. After completing a Bachelor in Health Sciences(Physiotherapy) from the University of Sydney, Gina has continued to extend her skill set by attending courses in Pilates, Dry Needling, the Thoracic Ring Approach and the Ridgeway Method.
Profile: Kathryn graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) Honours degree. Kathryn has over 18 years dance experience and has represented both NSW and Australia as a member of the NSW State Dance Company. She has a passion for treating dance related injuries and has a special interest in assessing and correcting anatomical and biomechanical factors that may be affecting the dancer’s performance.
Profile: enny commenced working at Sutherland Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in 2001 and became Practice Principal of the clinic in 2006. During this time, Kenny has developed extensive experience in the field of Sports Physiotherapy having previously worked with St George Illawarra Dragons (2003-2005) and since 2012 is physiotherapist for the South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL team.
Profile: After graduating from The University Of Sydney, Kate and immediately made the transition to HNA’s Neutral Bay Physio under the company’s mentored program treating a wide variety of conditions.
Profile: Kim has over 20 years experience in private Physio Clinics and became principal at Cherrybrook in 2005. She brings with her a passion for thorough assessment and accurate diagnosis. Kim has gained extensive knowledge in treatment of all sports injuries and has worked with a number of professional sporting teams providing injury care & prevention including North Sydney Rugby League. Kim also developed a practice in Liverpool that focused on gym, pool and exercise prescription in the treatment of patients. Kim has bought this knowledge & vision to Cherrybrook.
Profile: Following her undergraduate degree in Exercise Sport Science, Natalia graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney in 2011. She has worked in a Pilates studio as a Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor, gaining experience in rehabilitation and injury prevention.
Profile: Since graduating in 2000, Natasha has completed her Masters in Sports physiotherapy and has worked in both hospitals and private practices around Australia and the UK. She is a physiotherapist for the Olympic Winter Sports Institute of Australia and travels regularly with the Australian half pipe snowboarders. Her areas of interest are sports, pilates/postural rehabilitation, dry needling and exercise prescription.
Profile: Patrick graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Health Science and went on to complete his Master of Physiotherapy. He played Rugby Union for over 10 years and has a keen interest in sporting injuries especially among athletes competing in the football codes.
Profile: Graduated in 1995. Completed a Masters of Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy in 2003. Other post-graduate studies include Pilates, Muscle Energy Techniques, Dry Needling, Real Time Ultrasound, Medical Exercise
Profile: Graduated in 2005. Completed a Master of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Previous experience working with University Blacks AFL (Vic) and Melbourne Rebels. Special interests include acute knee and ankle injuries. Hamstring injury. Fracture management. Orthopaedic rehabilitation. Lower back and neck pain.
Profile: Rachel joined the team at Maroubra Dynamic Physiotherapy in 2014 after graduating with a Masters of Physiotherapy in 2013 from Griffith University on the Gold Coast. Having also completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science in 2011, she has an interest in sporting related injuries and management
Profile: port and exercise has always been a big part of Callie’s life, gaining a Tennis Scholarship in the United States as a teenager. She later studied Physiotherapy in the UK, qualifying in 2010, and went on to work in a Neurological and Orthopaedic Singaporean Hospital, enjoying the challenge of treating non English speaking patients. In 2011 Callie moved to Australia working as a Physiotherapist throughout NSW in Private practice, where she also developed a passion for Pilates, gaining great results herself, discovering it complimented her distance running well, by giving her the support and flexibility she needed.
Profile: Sophie joined our team in 2016. She has previously worked at Liverpool hospital in areas such as paediatrics, women's health and neurology. She also has completed training in clinical Pilates and has 17 years of dance experience. Sophie has a passion for the management of lumbopelvic pain and postural dysfunction as well as sports-related injuries.
Profile: Sarah is the Practice Principal with 10 years experience in sports injury management and Pilates rehabilitation. She has associations with local gymnastics clubs and dance studios. She has a special interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation of these athletes as well as assessments and core stability retraining programs for any age group.
Profile: tephanie’s philosophy to injury management is that it needs to be proactive and holistic in nature, empowering patients with knowledge of their injury and providing a treatment plan to positively enhance the recovery process. Hence, Stephanie’s focus as a clinician has always been about assessing and diagnosing an injury in a holistic manner, to ensure that the cause of the problem is addressed and that treatment is not solely aimed at addressing the presenting symptoms.
Profile: As a sports person herself Shelley has a great understanding of the biomechanics of movement and has enjoyed working with a variety of teams including NSW U23 Softball, NSW Indoor Netball, North Shore AFL and Gordon Rugby. She has a particular clinical interest in the treatment of lumbo-pelvic pain, hip, thoracic/ rib dysfunction and sporting and trauma injury and rehabilitation.
Profile: Tim graduated from the University of Sydney in 2006 with a Bachelor degree in Exercise and Sports Science and a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy. He is also currently undertaking a second Master’s degree, in Sports Physiotherapy through La Trobe University in Melbourne. This enables him to guide you through the whole recovery process.
Profile: Tom is an elite level basketball player with a passion for sport. It was this passion that drove him to study a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at the University of Sydney where he focused on strength and conditioning across all populations. Tom returned to USyd for the Masters of Physiotherapy course which he completed in 2011. He was the sole recipient of the Health Networks Australia Physiotherapy Prize for outstanding academic results.
Profile: yron has been practising for over 20 years. A graduate of Sydney University he has worked in Sydney since 1998 and has been in the Hills district since 2001. He completed a certificate in Acupuncture in 1995. In 2001 Tyron qualified as an Australian Physiotherapy Sports Physiotherapist.