Our Physiotherapy staff are all members of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and we have special interests in Sports, Post-Operative and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, with a strong emphasis in ongoing professional education and development.
Kristin Haigh has had over 25 years physiotherapy experience and has completed her Level 3 Australian Physiotherapy Association Sports Physiotherapy Course at the AIS in Canberra. She is committed to ongoing Education and Research.
Most recently she has been involved in a Research Study at St. Vincent’s Private Clinic in Sydney with Professor Martin Sullivan (Foot and Ankle Surgeon) and his colleagues.
She has studied DMA Clinical Pilates for Physiotherapists and applies this knowledge to her assessments and treatment plans.
Her special interests are Post-Operative and Sports / Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation.
Sophie McGovern has worked for many years as a musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapist, and also teaches group and private Pilates classes. She has completed a Masters in Physiotherapy from the UK, as well as BSc in Sport and Exercise Science.
Utilising advanced manual therapy skills, including Dry Needling, Advanced Pilates, KinesioTaping and Sport Massage, Sophie's main areas of practice are in Back pain, Sciatica and Neck pain including Cervicogenic Headaches.
She has also extensive training in the treatment and diagnosis of the Sacroiliac Joint (SI Jt) and Pelvis area.
Georgie graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Australian Catholic University. She has completed post-graduate studies in DMA Clinical Pilates, Sports Physiotherapy Level One and has worked with the Sydney Swans as Head Trainer.
She places a strong emphasis on exercise therapy and also uses Dry Needling to complement her excellent manual skills, in treating back and neck pain. To further increase her knowledge in the assessment and treatment of Cervical and Thoracic dysfunction, Georgie has attended the Complete Upper Quadrant Course held by the Australian Specialist Physiotherapy Education.
In November, Georgie will be attending a 4-day course with Dr. L-J Lee - The Sports Thorax - ConnectTherapy™ & the Thoracic Ring Approach™.
Bron Cheung is a musculoskeletal, sports, and hand physiotherapist who graduated from the University of Sydney. He has completed post graduate studies in Sports Physiotherapy Level One and Two, Sports Physiotherapy Elbow, Hand and Wrist Injuries Course, and Dr Dean Watson’s Headache Level One.
He has recently returned home after five years abroad, where he focused on outdoor and winter sports injuries. He also undertook training and accumulated extensive experience in conditions relating to the hand and wrist with London’s best upper limb consultants in the care of acute trauma and post-operative patients at The King’s College Hospital.
In addition to the upper limb, Bron has a particular interest in low back, hip, knee and ankle dysfunctions. He is a strong believer that biomechanics play a major role in sports, work, and postural injuries and hope to build an informative picture of your strengths and weaknesses in order to prevent your injuries from reoccurring.
When Bron isn’t in clinic helping you get back on your feet, you can usually find him out amongst the mountains photographing, hiking, climbing, or snowboarding.
Nic Andrews is our Physiotherapy Assistant and is currently in his 2nd year of Bachelor of Physiotherapy at ACU. He has previously studied Exercise and Sport Science at UNSW.
Nic is heavily involved in sport, playing rugby union for Randwick Football Club and hopes to learn as much as he can to one day work in a Private Practice.
Nell has over 20 years of experience teaching Pilates and is committed to ongoing education and teaching. As the former owner of Fluid Form Pilates she has a passion for functional movement and rehabilitation through exercise .
This style of Pilates helps patients & clients decrease their pain cycles through intelligent movement practice, specific breathing techniques and most importantly education. Nell believes that teaching clients about their body and how they use it, is an important part of the rehabilitation and prevention process. She specialises in injury rehabilitation, functional movement and elite athlete conditioning. Her motto is “Movement is my medicine” and is well known for her enthusiasm, dedication and care of clients.