If you’re looking for physiotherapy in Rhodes, then look no further. At Bodyfocus Physiotherapy, our physiotherapists provide a well-rounded approach to health and wellness, by providing the very best in injury management, rehabilitation, exercise prescription and education to our clients. No matter what stage of your fitness journey you are in, we can help!
Our key to success is our individualised hands-on approach to both rehabilitation and exercise prescription, to help injured and healthy athletes alike. By the conclusion of your rehabilitation program, you will have the strength needed to safely resume your regular activities, as well as the knowledge of self-rehabilitation techniques to minimise the risks of re-injury.
Our physiotherapists have extensive training and experience in treating athletes from a wide variety of disciplines, including the Rugby, Soccer, Mixed Martial Arts, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, tennis, Crossfit and more. Not an athlete? Well, the good news is you don’t have to be an athlete to benefit from receiving world class injury rehabilitation.
We also love treating anybody who wants to overcome their pain or injury. Building off our broad base of experience, your rehab program will be tailored specifically to you and your individual goals. Our mission is to help restore your prior level of function whether you are post-operative, a weekend-warrior or a professional athlete.
We will treat you as an individual and your experience will be as unique as you are! You will always receive personalized 1 on 1 attention and we guarantee that you will never feel like “just another patient” in a patient-mill.
We will not only service you, but also empower you to continue your therapy independently by providing you with an education on the foundations of rehabilitation. We love nothing more than seeing our patients to the finish line.
You can book your physiotherapy appointment online with us here. We now also offer online Physiotherapy Telehealth consultations.
Our highly trained health professionals use a wide variety of techniques designed to restore function, range of motion, flexibility, resolve injury, alleviate pain, and many other benefits. At Bodyfocus, we pride ourselves in the utilization of many different manual/hands-on skills that we use to treat soft tissue and joint problems, pain, injury, various diseases, and musculoskeletal dysfunctions.
Our elite group of health professionals establish a relationship built on trust with every patient and work with you to find a solution to the challenges you face. Restoration of function is the key objective — to get you back to doing the things you love. Its professional care delivered with personal empathy.
A Bodyfocus Physiotherapist’s goal is to break the cycle of injury to prevent future re-injury. It’s a comprehensive, evidence-based approach. You’ll receive quality one-on-one time with true experts in the musculoskeletal field. Often times it can be a collaborative effort between your Bodyfocus Physiotherapist and other health professionals – they do whatever is necessary to get you on the quickest path to recovery.
They are focused on targeting & eliminating the root cause of your pain or injury, not simply addressing the symptoms. This approach is built on a treatment process developed by industry-leading healthcare professionals and proven through years of evidence-based research. The approach is comprised of direct engagement with injured tissues through mechanical stimuli and manual interventions to initiate tissue re-modelling—turning movement into tissue healing. Movement is health.
Providing physiotherapy in Rhodes since 2005.
Kevin is a detailed yet easy-going individual who enjoys combining his experience working as a physiotherapist and exercise physiologist to treat patients with a combination of manual therapy and exercise medicine. He has had previous experience in private practices in Castle Hill and Parramatta, within the aged care industry as well as providing sports coverage for the Western Sydney Twos Blues. These opportunities have provided him with experience in treating patients from all walks of life, from centenarians to front-rowers.
Kevin has had previous experience in powerlifting and understands the common injuries of the gym-goer. He combines his knowledge of anatomy and exercise programming so that you are able to continue training around the injury instead of taking time off and losing your progress. He is able to assess and analyse your form to implement changes which will aid in reducing pain and improving performance.
Kevin grew up playing plenty of basketball before exploring the sports of bouldering, surfing, snowboarding and boxing. Currently he is focussed on Brazilian jiu jitsu and competes regularly through out the year. He understands the unique nature of the grappling sports and will apply his knowledge and experience to treat your conditions and optimise your performance.
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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 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.
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 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:
Sarah consults from our Rhodes clinic.
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:
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 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 Under 21’s (Jersey Flegg). This opportunity has allowed him to spend time with the NRL squad, assisting with the rehab of their injured 1st grade players. He was also recently part of the medical team working at the GoldCoast Commonwealth Games in April 2018.
Jay has recently completed his postgraduate qualifications in Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. This course allowed him to learn of senior physiotherapists at the GWS Giants, and Rugby Australia, learning their rehab techniques and long term injury prevention strategies. Jay is extremely knowledgeable and skillful 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.
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