Stuart Turner – Physiotherapist
Stuart has been working as a physiotherapist since graduating from Sydney University in 2005.
Stuart has a passion for working with athletes and sports injuries and has worked as a physiotherapist with athletes from the junior and amateur level right through to the elite and professional level. Some of the elite teams that Stuart has worked with include: Sydney FC First grade and Youth League, Central Coast Mariners National Youth League, NSWIS Football teams and the Australian U23 Softball team.
Stuart currently has an active role in teaching and mentoring physiotherapists as they begin their careers.
Laura Ashwell – Physiotherapist
Laura is a UK trained Physiotherapist with a wide variety of experience working in both the UK and New Zealand before moving to Sydney.
Robert Ong – Physiotherapist
Rob graduated with first class honours from the University of Sydney. As a student, he spent most of his free time working with the Balmain Tigers AFL team. Since graduating, he has spent time at Westmead Rehabilitation Hospital before following his passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy into private practice.
Due to his own personal experiences with long-term neck and back pain, Rob has a passion for helping individuals with chronic and persistent pain conditions. Robert understands the burden and disability that can arise from such conditions, which has led him to his training in clinical pilates for the management of persistent pain. His history as a competitive tennis player and rock climber has also provided him the experience to create pilates programs for athletes as well.
Rob focuses mostly on rock climbing as his main sport, and has a keen interest in the treatment and management of rock climbing and hand/wrist injuries. He also enjoys working with children and teenagers as it allows him to let his inner child out.
Rob also enjoys various forms of exercise, ranging from yoga and pilates to rock climbing and even weight lifting.
When he’s not working, you can normally find Rob rock climbing or buying plants (another little obsession of his).
Emilia Josef – Physiotherapist
Emilia graduated with a Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney. Throughout her years of study, Emilia spent her time working in private and public hospitals and spent time as a student representative for the Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health committee at the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
Seeing family member’s pregnancy journeys, Emilia grew a special interest in women’s health and musculoskeletal conditions. She is currently completing her Level 1 course in Women’s Health through the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
Outside of work, Emilia enjoys playing Tennis, baking and spending time with her family and friends.