MEET OUR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
DAVID TRAN (B. HLTHSCI, M. PHYS)
David has a wide range of expertise in different acute and long term injuries and will be able to personalise your rehabilitation and treatment. Anything from sporting injuries, back pain; shoulder injuries; hip, knee and ankle injuries to more complex injuries, he treats them all.
His experience in pilates, weightlifting, and resistance training in addition to having undergone multiple rehabilitation himself (ACL reconstruction, fractures, shoulder dislocations, ankle sprains) has given him the know how to get you better and performing.
ASCA Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach
Sports trainer Level 1
Remedial Massage Therapist
Maria cultivated her tactile skills from experience spanning more than a decade. She has helped many overcome their aches and pain with methodical and refined massage techniques. She is well versed in treating neck, shoulder, back, and hip injuries resulting from a desk-bound lifestyle as well as sporting injuries brought on by muscle weaknesses or overuse. As she is currently completing further study in Exercise Physiology at UNSW there is limited availability for massage appointments.
SUYI CHAN (B. PHYS)
Suyi has been a physiotherapist for nearly a decade and has been practicing martial arts for over 25 years. She loves combining hands-on, exercise and dry-needling treatment techniques in her sessions.
She has a special interest in temporo-mandibular dysfunction (TMD) and has first-hand experience recovering from various injuries (thumb, wrist, neck, shoulder, hip, foot) knee surgery as well as recent non-operative management for her ACL tear.
Guiding those under her care back to higher levels of function with a bit of TLC is her true passion.
Spinal Level 1 (APA)
2nd Degree Black Belt (Shao Chi Chuan)
Assistant Instructor (Sing Ong Tai Chi)
SALLY HARRISON (BSCHONS PHYSIOTHERAPY)
Sally has been working as a Physiotherapist and corrective exercise trainer within the health and fitness industry since 2002. It was her first career as a professional dancer, and subsequent career ending knee surgery, that lead her into the world of corrective exercise and rehab. She has been living and working in Sydney since 2006 and shares her time between treatment and rehab for dancers, and improving movement, strength and independence for a more senior population. Sally has a strong passion for movement based treatment and empowering her clients with the knowledge to treat themselves and be independent in their bodies.
Areas of treatment specialty include;
Hip and pelvis, feet, gait analysis (flow motion model), Cranio sacral therapy and dance (assessments, screenings, high level rehab)
Clinical Pilates instructor & presenter
Personal trainer / Corrective exercise coach