Jee Sung (Physiotherapist)
B.App.Sc(Phty).Since graduating from the University of Sydney in 1994, Jee has been rehabilitating people in Australia and the USA, and has been heavily involved in teaching Physiotherapy students. Jee has Post-Graduate qualifications in Aquatic Physiotherapy and her main interests are in Orthopaedics, Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.
Craig Parker (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist)
B.Phty (Otago), Pg.Dip.HSc.(Musculo.Phty), Cred.M.D.T.(McKenzie).Craig graduated from the University of Otago in 2000 and has worked at numerous private practices both in New Zealand and overseas. He has worked with rugby and touch rugby teams and also taught as a clinical educator at the Auckland University of Technology. Craig is also a Credentialed McKenzie therapist. After completing his Post-Graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2010, Craig made the move to Sydney. "My time in Sydney has been great. I have the great privilege of working with a fun, professional and experienced team at Darlinghurst Physiotherapy. I really enjoy all that the Darlinghurst and Surry Hills area have to offer and in particular the diverse and interesting clientele that we attract into the clinic - an absolute pleasure to work with!" Recently he placed second in the NZ Yoga Championships and will represent NZ at the 2012 World Yoga Championships in LA.
Clinton Good (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist)
B.H.Sc.(Phty), Pg.Dip.H.Sc. (Musculo.Phty)Clint is a Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who graduated from Auckland University of Technology in 2003 with a Bachelor of Health Science. He has a special interest in the management of long-term pain problems and all sporting injuries. He completed a Post-Graduate Diploma of Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2009 and is currently studying a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy. Although his approach to management is strongly ‘hands on’ he believes that patients should be empowered to manage their problem independently. Exercise prescription and education is very important in this regard. He enjoys integrating novel management approaches into his treatment and is interested in the use of manipulative therapy. Clint is physiotherapist to the Sydney Convicts rugby team and has worked extensively with high-level rugby league teams in New Zealand. In his spare time he enjoys weight training and watching rugby-union.
Brett Andrews (Physiotherapist)
M.Phty, B.H.Movt., B.Teach.Brett graduated from Sydney University with a Masters in Physiotherapy. Previously he completed a degree in Human Movement as well as a degree in Education at the University of Technology Sydney. Combining these skills allows Brett to prescribe exercise effectively for both treatment of injuries and athletic performance.
Since graduating Brett worked as a rehab physiotherapist dealing with post-operative hip, knee and shoulder replacements. Brett has also worked as a sports physiotherapist for a number of local rugby union and soccer teams. He has over 8 years experience in strength and conditioning for athletes from a wide range of sporting backgrounds. Brett has a keen interest all sports having played over 20 years in a local soccer team and is currently training for an ultra marathon.
Anna White (Physiotherapist)
B.Sc.(Physiotherapy)Anna completed her physiotherapy degree at Curtin University of Technology in Perth. Since graduating, she's been working in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in private practice in Cottesloe, and has just made the move to Sydney and Darlinghurst Physiotherapy. Anna has completed courses in dry needling and sports physiotherapy, as well as being a qualified Pilates instructor. Her clinical interests are neck and back pain as well as sports injuries. Anna hopes to continue studying towards achieving a Post Graduate degree as well as working overseas.
Ben Hurley (Remedial Massage Therapist)
Dip.Remedial Massage.Ben trained at Nature Care College and the Australian College of Natural Therapies. He has worked as a masseur for Cirque du Soleil and Circus Oz. Ben uses remedial massage, trigger point release, sports massage, myofascial release, corrective exercises and stretching, Swedish massage and lymphatic drainage.