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Bodyfocus Physiotherapy

BODYFOCUS Physiotherapy Clinic Located in Rhodes

If you are looking for a great team of physiotherapists in Rhodes, Concord, Putney, Meadowbank or Newington, then you won’t be disappointed in Bodyfocus Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic.

We have just refurbished our Rhodes Physio clinic location. Our clinic here boasts Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, & Podiatry services. We are a 300m walk from the Rhodes train station, within the Rhodes Shopping Centre.

We have been successfully treating the Rhodes and surrounding communities since 2005, allowing us to become the most trusted and 5 star Google reviewed physiotherapists In Rhodes. 

Our Core Focus is to Eliminate Pain & Restore Optimum Physical Performance In Every Person We Touch.

We also service patients in the Rhodes, Wentworth Point, Concord, Concord West, Meadowbank, Newington, Liberty Grove, Putney and Ryde areas. 

We are conveniently located on level 8 of the Rhodes Shopping Centre, above Reading Cinemas. There is plenty of free parking (up to 3 hours), and our clinic has lift access from the carpark as well as the shopping centre.

Still not sure we are the best physiotherapists in Rhodes, why not give us a call and speak to one of our friendly staff members.

**Attention: All parents

We now offer all children 17 and under free, no-obligation injury assessments as well as 25% discounts for physiotherapy treatments. It’s our little way of taking care of our community. Book your kids assessment online.

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    You can book your physiotherapy appointment online with us here. We now also offer online Physiotherapy Telehealth consultations.

    rupsikha baruah
    rupsikha baruah
    11:26 25 Feb 20
    Friendly staff. Lvl 8 in Rhodes Shopping Centre..accessible via lift. You have to pay..check for discounts.
    Fahad Alotaibi
    Fahad Alotaibi
    00:10 28 Nov 19
    Excellent service with dr Louis. Have really back pain due to having a bad massage previously. So he really... helped.Thanksread more
    Mellissa Admin
    Mellissa Admin
    01:01 11 Sep 19
    I work in the local area and have found Bodyfocus to be amazing and would highly recommend. I had the pleasure of... having Sarah as my physio and she was friendly, knowledgeable and professional. She explained my injuries to me in easy to understand language and was able to get me back on my feet quickly. Every interaction with staff at Bodyfocus has been extremely positive and helpful. Would not go anywhere else now for physio.read more
    Vanessa reinmuth
    Vanessa reinmuth
    06:48 07 Sep 19
    Would recommend this place in a heartbeat! The service and care provided is second to none. In particular, I'd like to... call out Lauren who has been nothing but amazing, supportive and genuinely interested in how I'm progressing. I injured my hip and initially went to a physiotherapist closer to where I live, but my condition didn't get any better, so I decided to come over to Rhodes and give Bodyfocus a try - right after the first session I felt an instant relief. That was a few weeks ago and my mobility has been steadily increasing, while the pain has become so much better. Lauren also motivated me to exercise and I actually enjoy it. Overall, it's just been a fantastic experience.read more
    Yuyan Cai
    Yuyan Cai
    00:43 04 Sep 19
    Highly recommend Sarah. Her attitude and knowledge has made my recovery a quick and easy process. She has a great... understanding of how the body works and teaches you the process to live life to the fullest.Do not hesitate to reach out and connect with this amazing physio!read more
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    Lucy-May Pitt
    Physiotherapist

    Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Charles Sturt University)

    Lucy is a passionate physiotherapist who graduated from Charles Sturt University Albury-Wodonga. Lucy studied ballet from age 11 and has danced both in Australia and in the UK. Lucy has enjoyed a variety of clinical settings, both public and private, encompassing cardiorespiratory, orthopaedics, vestibular/neurological physiotherapy, general musculoskeletal injuries and women’s health, where she found a keen interest in furthering her clinical skills.

    With a 10 year background of full time ballet training, Lucy has gained an in-depth understanding of the demands sport puts on the body and what it takes to become a successful dancer and athlete. Lucy also has a strong interest in sporting injuries and worked as the Head Sports Trainer with an O&M league AFL team in Albury for 2 seasons. Lucy believes that the key to effective rehabilitation and future injury prevention is to empower patients to take control of their own health. 

    Having recently moved to Sydney, Lucy is on the hunt for the best hiking locations! In her spare time, you can find her at the gym, exploring Sydney with friends or  getting stuck in a good book.

    Sabina Bireroglu

    BHlthSc/ MPodMed Podiatrist

    Sabina has completed a Bachelor of Health Science/Mastering in Podiatric Medicine at University of Western Sydney. She has experienced working in different treatment settings including private practice, hospitals and mobile care. One experience in which takes forefront in her experiences is working in Ireland at Merlin Park Hospital.

    She incorporates evidence based treatment plans in all scopes of podiatry including the general and chronic foot, injuries and pain, nail surgery, biomechanics and paediatrics. Outside of the clinic environment Sabina enjoys running, playing netball and playing the violin.

    Dr Louis Darmizin

    Chiropractor

    From early childhood, Louis was exposed to Chiropractic due to his scoliosis and constant back pain. Being only 10 years of age, he was unable to participate in social and sports activities in fear of being in pain. Upon seeing the benefits of Chiropractic for his back, Louis focused his life on helping others achieving a pain free and healthy lifestyle.

    Louis graduated with a Bachelor and Masters of Chiropractic Science from Macquarie University. After practicing in the best clinics in Sydney, he is now the founder of Dynamic Spine Clinic. He is a very passionate and motivated practitioner that makes your problems his own.

    Louis has a extensive knowledge in posture and back related injuries. He combines his treatment with soft tissue therapy, acupuncture, rehabilitation and lifestyle advice. His treatments are individualized to suit each patient in order to achieve the best outcome possible.

    Louis has a passion for soccer, tennis and rugby. He also earned local, regional and state level competition titles as a squad swimmer.

    His goal is to inspire, educate and encourage his patients to reach a happy and enjoyable lifestyle. He believes that Chiropractic care is an essential tool to maintain wellness, improve posture, eliminate pain and stress.

    Sarah D’arcy

    Physiotherapist - General & Women's Health Physiotherapy

    Sarah is a passionate physiotherapist who graduated with distinction from Charles Sturt University, Orange, NSW. Sarah has worked within the public health system and has experience in orthopaedic, fracture clinic, medical, respiratory, musculoskeletal, rehabilitation, hydrotherapy, emergency department, intensive care and women’s health physiotherapy.

    Sarah has an interest in all areas of musculoskeletal physiotherapy and is always looking for opportunities to expand her knowledge to grow as a clinician. Sarah is highly ambitious and applies herself in all areas of work and life. She is driven by her desire to become a go-to physiotherapist by providing the best evidenced-based care to all of her clients to achieve positive outcomes. Sarah enjoys staying active, being outdoors, and socialising. Sarah enjoys new experiences and is always willing to try new things. Sarah believes you can achieve anything if you put your mind to it and are willing to put in the effort.

    Sarah has completed training in comprehensive assessment and treatment of the pelvic floor. This includes complete subjective and objective (including internal examinations) of pelvic floor problems, such as:

    • Bladder and bowel issues
    • Antenatal and postnatal pelvic floor
    • Pregnancy related back pain
    • Pre and postnatal exercise
    • ProlapseTears during child birth

    Sarah consults from our Rhodes clinic.

    WILSON HUI

    APA TITLED MUSCULOSKELETAL PHYSIOTHERAPIST

    Wilson graduated from University of Sydney as a physiotherapist and he has always been keen on learning new things so that he can do what is best for patients. On top of ongoing professional development, he completed a Master in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from University of Melbourne to gain further knowledge.

    Wilson has worked in various private practices in the past and managed a variety of clienteles, from acute musculoskeletal and sports injuries to pre/post-op rehabilitation, and from injury prevention to performance enhancement. He has also done a range of sports coverage as a physiotherapist, such as City2Surf and Sydney Half Marathon etc.

    Wilson has done extensive training and obtained certifications in multiple techniques and areas, below are some examples but not limited to:

    • Dry Needling
    • Mulligan’s Concepts
    • McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy
    • Kinesio Taping
    • Sports Level 1 and 2

    When Wilson is not working and not injured (if injured, rest and doing own rehab), he plays competitive table tennis. He is also a recreational road and trail runner.

    Wilson can speak Cantonese and Mandarin.

    Jay Kasthuriarachchi Senior Physiotherapist

    Grad. Cert. of Sports Physiotherapy (La Trobe University)

    Jay is a relaxed yet attentive and thorough physiotherapist whose passion lies in sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He has worked in private practices in North Sydney and Richmond, as well as doing sports coverage work over a variety of sports including Gridiron, Football (Soccer), Rugby Union, Rugby League, AFL and is currently the lead physiotherapist of the West Tigers SG Ball (Under 18) and Harold Matthews Squads (Under 15). He was recently part of the medical team working at the Goldcoast Commonwealth Games in April 2018.

    Jay is currently completing postgraduate qualifications in Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University as well as attending regular professional development courses. As a result, Jay is extremely knowledgeable and skilful with the ability to lead you to excellent results. He will find out why you cannot perform at your peak and develop a treatment plan that addresses your goals.

    Jay also has had experience playing cricket, having played 1st grade cricket for the North-West Sydney Hurricanes in the Sydney Shires Competition and understands the frustration that “weekend warrior” athletes have with missing out on playing sports due to an injury.

    He has completed advanced training in:

    • Trigger Point Dry Needling Level 1
    • Sports Level 2 (APA)
    • Rocktape Level 1
    • Strength and Conditioning Coach Level 1