Registered Physiotherapist, Physiotherapist Board of Australia
Bachelor of Applied Health (Physiotherapy) (Sydney Uni)
Antonio graduated from the University of Sydney with Bachelor of Applied Health in Physiotherapy. Since graduating, he has had the chance to work with multiple sporting teams, providing strapping and treatment on and off field. His experience also reaches over to nursing homes where he was actively involved in rehabilitation of elderly residents to improve quality of life.
During his time in clinic, he’s had the privilege of treating a wide range of disorders including sporting injuries, postural dysfunctions, complex neck and back pain, tendonitis, post-operative rehabilitation and occupational injuries. His interests lie in basketball, tennis, golf and rugby related injuries and pre/post-operative knee surgeries.
Antonio is a member of Australia Physiotherapy Association (APA), Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia (MPA) and Sports Physiotherapy Australia (SPA).
Antonio consults on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays.
Registered Physiotherapist, Physiotherapy Board of Australia
PhD Candidate (Physiotherapy)(UTS), Doctor of Physiotherapy (Macquarie University), BMedSc (Hons.) (UNSW)
Paul completed an undergraduate in Medical Science (UNSW), specialising in physiology. He went on to complete an honors project investigating a novel treatment for stroke rehabilitation. Paul later developed an interest in understanding dysfunctional movement patterns and musculoskeletal injuries which drew him to complete a Doctor of Physiotherapy course at Macquarie University. Paul is currently balancing both his work as a Physiotherapist and research at University of Technology Sydney. His current research topic is looking at people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or otherwise known as Motor Neuron Disease.
In the clinic, Paul's interest lies in treating shoulder conditions. Despite this, he enjoys providing the best up-to-date evidence-based practice and tailored exercise programs to rehabilitate and treat common and complex shoulder conditions.
Paul is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)