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.
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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.
APAM, MACP, APA Titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist,
M. Sports Physiotherapy, B.App.Sc (Physiotherapy)
Sean is the founder of Healthfix and has set up the integrated services at Healthfix. He continues to provide quality assurance on the clinical outcomes of the team and assist in the management of complex presentations. Sean studied Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney and later completed his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University. His dedication to the profession has been recognised by being a “APA Titled” Sport and Exercise Physiotherapist , a member of the Australian College of Physiotherapists , as well as a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
M. Physio & B. Ex. and Sport Sc.
Caitlan is a passionate Physiotherapist working at our North Sydney Clinic, she’s always looking to get the most out of people, so they can become the best they can be. Caitlan takes great pride in helping people back to life, hobby, sport. Giving individualised programs to give the best evidence-based care that allows clients to reach short-, medium- and long-term goals. Having played a lot of sport growing up she understands the frustration of being on the sidelines and endeavours to get clients back to performing at their best. She completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at ACU before continuing study with Masters of Physiotherapy at Sydney University, now having completed a Masters in Sports Medicine, she is recognised as a Titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist. Caitlan is also Head of Performance for a National Premier League football squad operating as physio and S&C coach, providing exceptional care, limiting injuries to a handful each year. On top of all her sports experience, she’s also highly experienced with musculoskeletal injuries, children and adolescence, and athletes wanting to return to high levels of performance. Caitlan is passionate about knowing that exercise is the foundation for any good rehabilitation program, she enjoys working at Healthfix as she gets work alongside a great integrated team to get the best outcome for clients, with a holistic approach to all. Caitlan is a fit and active person – she played all sports growing up then played soccer over last 13 years until more recently taking up golf, she often incorporates gym sessions to keep her fit and strong for all the sports she loves!
M. Physio & B. Ex. and Sport Sc.
Mali is a qualified Exercise Scientist (Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science) and Physiotherapist (Master of Physiotherapy) who is passionate about people and returning them to doing what they enjoy. He has a particular interest in lower limb injuries, tendinopathies, sports and post-operative rehabilitation.
Samah F Elomari
Exercise Physiology Team
M. Clinical Ex. Phys. & B. Ex. & Sports Sc.
Jonathan is a hard-working Exercise Physiologist at our North Sydney clinic. He takes pride in guiding people to achieve their goals which improves their long-term health, function and performance. Jonathan implements a proactive approach to health combined with his bubbly upbeat personality really helps to motivate people. He strives to guide and educate each person through their unique path from their current position through to achieving and maintaining their long-term goals. He was born in the inner city, however, his family soon moved to Sydney’s Northern Beaches. It’s only natural that he has always had a keen interest in the great outdoors and sport, with a career in allied health being a goal from a young age. After completing a Bachelor of Ex. & Sports Sc. at ACU, Jonathan realised his passion for injury rehabilitation and chronic disease management so decided to peruse a Master of Clinical Ex. Phys. Following his studies, Jonathan immediately began practicing as an Exercise Physiologist gaining valuable experience working with a variety of musculoskeletal, neurological, oncological, cardiometabolic, and mental health conditions. Jonathan believes in setting realistic goals to improve your health and achieve your greatest success. He preaches the Healthfix philosophy regarding the importance of lifestyle change and that there are no short cuts forming habits to maintain on track. Jonathan has a passion for all things outdoors with a particular love for motorcycles, having spent years travelling the country performing stunt shows and winning his respective age class twice in the Australian Trials Championships. Moto trials is a slow speed motorcycle competition where you ride over and around a variety of obstacles requiring balance, skill and concentration. Think a cross between a tough mudder and Ninja Warrior on motorcycles. He also practices what he preaches and you will find him in his break training himself. · Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology, Australian Catholic University· Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science, Australian Catholic University · ESSA Accredited Exercise Physiologist & Sports Scientist · Exercise during Pregnancy and the Post-Partum period workshop (ESSA) · First Aid & CPR
Daniel is a passionate and enthusiastic Exercise Physiologist, who prides himself in maintaining the highest standard of quality care, to guide and educate each individual to improve long- term health, function and performance. He has a deep desire to positively and significantly impact the lives of his clients through establishing individualised rehabilitation programs for optimal health outcomes. Daniel has had a great interest in sport and outdoor activities from a young age, with a career in allied health always the goal. After completing a Bachelor of Human Movement (Sport and Exercise Science) at UTS and thereafter a Master’s of Clinical Exercise Physiology, he immediately began practicing as an Exercise Physiologist, gaining valuable experience working with a diverse range of individuals. He has had opportunities working with the following conditions: musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiometabolic, children and adolescents with special needs, elderly and mental health, as well as working extensively with government frameworks including Medicare and DVA. Throughout the last few years, Daniel has invested time into learning and growing his skillset within higher athletic performance environments. These include internships with the NSWIS and Blacktown City Football Club, both of which provided incredibly insightful and valuable opportunities to learn and develop professionally. These experiences created a passion and desire for complex sporting injuries and various other musculoskeletal pathologies. In his spare time, Daniel has a passion for all things sporting related. He plays Oz-tag, Rugby Union and loves his long distance running and resistance training. Daniel is a big believer in being active and the holistic health benefits that are associated with a balanced lifestyle. Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology, Charles Sturt University · Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science, University of Technology · ESSA Accredited Exercise Physiologist· First Aid & CPR
M. Clinical Ex. Phys. & B. Ex. & Sports Sc.
Piper completed her Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology (EP) and bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science at Deakin University, Melbourne. She has experience in private practise, inpatient/outpatient hospital services, and elite sport. This is where she discovered how exercise can be a powerful tool for the treatment and management of chronic health conditions. EP appealed to Piper as exercise is one of the few clinical treatments that is undisputedly supported by the literature. It is for this reason that she is so enthusiastic about facilitating exercise and passing on her knowledge to clients.