Established since 2001, PHYSIO4ALL has been servicing clients in the North Sydney area for fourteen years.
We can help you – if you need treatment for a specific injury, or if you simply want more from your body.
We are a boutique practice, conveniently located at 90 Arthur St in North Sydney, and open from 7.30am – 6.00pm Monday to Friday, and by appointment on Saturdays.
Introducing the Team
With 25 years of collective Physiotherapy experience from around the world, we have a dedicated team ready to treat you.
Our team has been hand selected for their enthusiasm, professionalism and dedication. These are people who consistently demonstrate that they strive for excellence, so you know you are always in the best hands.
Our Philosophy / Mission Statement
At PHYSIO4ALL, we are dedicated to offering personalised evidence based physiotherapy services. Most importantly, our staff involve themselves in managing the patient as a person, and will endeavor to understand the patients’ injury in the wider context of the body’s ability to move and function normally. PHYSIO4ALL staff are committed to help all patients alleviate pain and enhance their health through evidence based treatment and exercise.PHYSIO4ALL staff will always go the extra mile to ensure that our patient’s needs are taken care of, and that everyone’s experience at PHYSIO4ALL is an exceptional one. Steve Felsher and his associates are committed to ongoing education and professional development to ensure the best possible treatment and health outcomes for their patients.
Let us help you reach your true health potential
Principal & Director
Master of Sports Science (Football Performance)
Member of APA.OHPA.PBA
Cert IV Assessment and workplace training
Steve is our principal physiotherapist, whose impeccable physiotherapy results have earned him the right to work at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, the South African Olympic Soccer team and the Natal Sharks Super 14 Rugby team. Steve is known by his clients as a “stand out” for getting positive results, quickly.
Steve has years of experience consulting to the corporate sector in injury management and prevention. Due to spinal dysfunction and injury at the work place, Steve has designed a number of prevention programs that provide a safe, productive, healthy and enjoyable work environment that delivers a measurable return on investment. Steve is passionate about Player Welfare and is currently Head Physiotherapist at the Manly United Football Club and has a Masters in Sports Science (Football Performance) from Victoria University.
Christian graduated from The University of Technology Sydney with a Bachelor of Management in Sport and Exercise and went on to complete a Master of Physiotherapy at The University of Sydney.
Since graduating, Christian has been working in private practice gaining exposure to a wide range of patients and abilities from the corporate patient through to high level athletes. As a result, he has gained extensive experience in assessing and treating spinal dysfunction, and acute shoulder and lower limb injuries. He takes an active approach to rehab by using this exercise science and Clinical Pilates training.
Christian has a special interest in rehabilitating overuse lower limb running injuries through biomechanical analysis, gait retraining and exercise. He is also currently a club physiotherapist at Manly United Football Club.
Outside of the practice, Christian enjoys going to the gym, recreational running, playing touch football and relaxing on the Northern Beaches.
Front Office Staff
Emily is the full-time practice manager at Physio4All, with over a decade of successful experience in client service. Her positive and caring attitude helps add to the community atmosphere we have here at Physio4ALL. Outside of work, she continues to complete her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science (Counter Terrorism) through Swinburne University.
In her spare time, Emily enjoys a good Netflix binge but can also be found searching for Sydney’s new foodie hotspot.
Angie is a university student – who, like many others at her age, is going through an existential crisis and doesn’t know what she wants to do with her life. She is however, working at Physio4All as a receptionist part time, which provides some consistency to her rapidly changing life plans. Angie works hard to create a welcoming and community environment within our physio studio.
In her spare time Angie likes reading, learning how not to burn all the food she makes and exploring new places.