Simon is a graduate of Australian Catholic University, completing his bachelor degree in Physiotherapy. Prior to private practice, Simon has had experience in the public system in various clinical roles such as, neurological and orthopaedic rehabilitation. Post-operative surgical wards, ICU, cardiopulmonary and musculoskeletal outpatient programs.
Having played competitive Rugby Union and his previous role as sports trainer for Beecroft Rugby Club, Simon has experienced first-hand that pain and injuries are common amongst athletes. His treatment strategies focus on functional assessments, soft tissue techniques, taping and corrective exercise rehabilitation to manage and prevent sporting injuries.
To further his knowledge in 2019 he has begun studying his Masters of High Performance Sport at ACU.
Simon has been fortunate to travel worldwide with multiple top 100 WTA ranked tennis players. In 2017 he travelled to China where he worked alongside Zarina Diyas, Saisai Zheng and Xu-Yifan as their physio at WTA Nanchang and the 13th National Games of China. 2018 saw Simon travel to the USA with Saisai, Zarina and Magda Linette and treat them at the US Open in New York and lead up tournaments throughout the East Coast.
Alongside private practice, Simon has been an injury management provider for the Coles National Distribution Centre and was head physio with Macquarie Dragons Super League side. Since 2018 Simon is the current Head Physiotherapist for the Beecroft Rugby Club.
Simon is a keen triathlete and cyclist, who has achieved multiple podium finishes from sprint distances through to half Ironman. His interest in cycling has developed into a coaching role and he is also trained in bike fitting. Most recently his sporting endeavour is focused on Crossfit and trying to bring his golf handicap down!"
Matthew completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University. He has had an extensive background in sport, having played rugby union at a state and cricket at a representative level. Matthew’s interest in sports has also lead him to coaching roles with The Kings School, which has furthered his interest in strength and conditioning, and musculoskeletal injuries.
Matthew focuses on a thorough patient history and examination to identify the primary cause of the injury. His treatment approach incorporates the use of manual therapies and exercise prescription to optimise movement patterns, aid recovery and prevent recurring injuries.
When it comes to sporting opportunities, Matthew was the Head Physiotherapist for Beecroft Rugby in the 2017 season. Most recently he has worked with multiple Women’s Tennis Players at various tournaments in China and at the French Open.
Kaitlin first developed a keen interest in Women’s Health whilst completing her Honours Project in Breast-cancer related Lymphoedema, for which she presented at the 2018 Australasian Lymphology Association Conference. Particularly, she has a strong desire to help women to manage and treat issues specific to women through their life stages.
Having previously worked in Westmead Hospital, Kaitlin has diverse experience in treating a variety conditions, both in acute and end-stage rehabilitation. She believes in the importance of working in a collaborative team to provide a holistic approach for patients, in order to achieve their individual goals. As a State Tennis player herself, Kaitlin understands the importance of an integrated approach between Sports Medicine and Strength and Conditioning in developing elite athletes. Kaitlin has also had the pleasure of working with Football NSW, elite Rugby League and Union teams. Throughout her time with elite athletes, Kaitlin has also been able to implement individualised rehabilitation programs.