The Team

Al Kosh

Director and Principal Physiotherapist

Area - Musculoskeletal physiotherapy

Education - Sydney University, Beheshti University

Year of graduation - 2000

Main focus - Fitness and weight training related injuries, preventative management

Point of difference - Encouraging exercising around injuries

For - Continuation of training DESPITE the injury

Against - Stopping full training due to injury

John Wunder


Area - Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Sports injuries, Dry needling

Education - Degrees in Exercise and Sport Science and Master Of Physiotherapy (The University of Sydney)

Year of graduation - 2011

Point of difference - Due to my extensive sporting background I have personally experienced many of the injuries and conditions that I treat every day. As a result of this I am able to relate to my patients very closely on a physical and emotional level.

For - Self-motivated rehab – Patients need to want to make themselvesbetter, not just rely on someone else to make them better.

Jac Simmonds


Area: Musculoskeletal physiotherapy

Education: Australian Catholic University

Year of graduation: 2016

Main focus: Sports and fitness related injuries, special interest in shoulder and knee disorders, general population 

Point of difference 

Treating for short and long term results 

Discovering the source of dysfunction and pain and building treatment around this

Exercise prescription aimed at improving relevant dysfunctional areas

In depth management plan 

Aim to maintain highest level of function during and after injury 

5 years experience as a Personal Trainer

For: Active, guided rehabilitation, proactivity from patients, clear diagnosis and plan

Against: Recipe treatments

Elissa Chandler

Massage Therapist

Rhea Smith

Practice Manager