Jack has gained valuable skills and knowledge in private practice, having been exposed to a wide variety of injuries and conditions. He values building trust and rapport with patients through effective communication, to deliver the best treatment outcomes. Jack has a special interest in sports physiotherapy, having had experience with sports coverage for AFL and soccer. He has a particular interest in running injuries, being a runner himself and having completed a marathon. Jack also enjoys indoor rock climbing, going to the gym and hanging out with mates.
Senior Physiotherapist with a keen interest in both sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy, injury management and rehabilitation. Zach is driven by a passion to ensure the best therapeutic and performance outcomes for both clients and athletes with a focus on contributing to the success of an athletes team. Zach is the currently the physiotherapist for GWS Giants.
Kate has worked in paediatric physiotherapy since commencing clinical practice in 2006. Now largely based at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Kate has a special interest in managing lower limb injuries in children, and has presented widely on these issues at conferences in Australia and abroad, including holding regular clinics in the Pacific Islands. Kate has completed a specialist certificate in Paediatric Orthopaedic Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne.
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2015) B.Phty, M.Phty (Musculoskeletal), FACP
As a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist, Nicola has clinical experience in a variety of healthcare settings both in Australia and overseas. Having completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree in 1992 and Masters of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) in 2009, she successfully completed the 2 year Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy training program in 2015 and was awarded Fellowship of the Australian College of Physiotherapists. Whilst Nicola has an interest in headaches, dizziness and the thoracic spine, her expertise also lies in the treatment of spinal conditions in general. Nicola’s philosophy is to undertake a comprehensive assessment to fully understand the problem and cause of the problem. She uses manual therapy and a ‘hands on approach’ to ensure her clients receive the right diagnosis and treatment directed to their specific dysfunction. In her spare time Nicola is a keen triathlete and skier.
Susanna has over 20 years experience in private practice and, having had 2 children herself, knows the importance of pre and post natal education. She uses this personal experience and her Clinical Pilates and physiotherapy theoretical knowledge to educate women about exercise and strength during and after their pregnancy, including postural and positioning advice for breastfeeding to reduce strain and injury to the neck and thoracic spin. She teaches Clinical Pilates classes to suit all fitness levels for both men and women. A great adjunct to her Clinical Pilates education is the use of Real Time Ultrasound to assess and train the pelvic floor and deep abdominal muscles correctly. She is also a Certified Infant Massage Instructor.
Steve graduated from his Bachelor degree at Sydney University in 1999 and has gained experience working extensively with various sporting teams and private clinics in Australia and the U.K. Steve completed his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 2009, gaining him greater depth of experience in a wide range of elite sporting teams from the Sydney Swans to the Australian Gymnastic Squads. Formerly an elite gymnast and keen footballer himself, Steve thrives on assessing and treating lower limb and pelvic biomechanical injuries and disorders, in order to ensure a quick and sustainable return to sport in all levels of sporting enthusiasts.
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