Co-Principal of the Practice graduated in 1984. Fiona’s gained her formative experience treating elite sports teams at Sydney University Sports Centre. She opened a clinic in a city gym for 10 years. A strong supporter of continuing professional education, Fiona attends sports updates and conferences on a regular basis. She has also trained in a range of additional streams of physiotherapy such as muscle energy, dry needling, pilates, craniosacral techniques, real time ultrasound and ISM (integrated systems model). ISM is a specialty involving assessment of the whole body to pinpoint the cause of dysfunction and pain. Fiona maintains an interest in sport playing hockey, swimming, cycling and bush walking.
Co-Principal of the Practice graduated in 1986. Denise has a passion for treating neck and back pain and sports injuries. Denise trained in the UK. Since moving to Australia in 1993 she has continued extensive post-grad education to become highly skilled in all the latest evidence based practices including, most recently, dry needling (similar to acupuncture), core stability retraining using Real Time Ultrasound and Pilates training. She has a particular interest in Soccer injuries being an enthusiastic soccer player herself. She also specialises in treating people with Jaw pain and completed the ISM and Thoracic Ring approach this year.
Graduated Sydney University in 1991 and has worked in private practice since 1993. She has expertise in the treatment of complex spinal pain having spent the last 3 years working in a specialist active rehabilitation centre. She trains physiotherapists in a core stability exercise programme designed for the sporting population as well as patients with neck and back pain. Kate has also undergone further training in the treatment of the upper neck and headaches, pelvic stability and ISM Thoracic Ring.
Min Tze ChewPhysiotherapist
Min graduated in 2011 and completed her Master of Physiotherapy in 2013. Min’s experience encompasses two years treating sporting injuries, posture related spinal pain, and pre/post-surgical orthopaedic patients in the Musculoskeletal Outpatients Department at Tan Tock Seng Hospital in Singapore. Min has been working in private practice since she moved to Australia and has particular interest in neck and shoulder conditions. Min is trained in using Real Time Ultrasound to assess and treat muscle dysfunction, and also in the DMA Clinical Pilates (completed level 1 to 4) which she uses to conduct individualized exercise programs for those with pain or as a regular fitness program.
Danielle WilsonMassage Therapist
Danielle has as a Diploma in Massage Therapy. Danielle manages the front desk, always greeting you with a happy smile. She shows stretches and performs massage to complete your treatment under the treating physio’s guidance. This is in addition to your session with the physio. Danielle is also available for ½ hour to 1 ½ hour massage treatments.