mcr Our Teams - SquareOne Physio + Pilates + Exercise

Physiotherapy

  • Campbell Hanson

    BPhty, M.Man.Ther., MACP

    Clinical Director /

    APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

    • Mentoring to SquareOne Physios
    • Sports Coverage
    • Consulting second option

    Campbell is the Practice Principal and Clinical Director. He has over 23 years experience working in Private Practice as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. He completed his Physiotherapy degree in New Zealand and has completed a Masters degree in Manual Therapy at The University of Western Australia attaining the title of APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.

    Campbell has a special interest in treating patients with both acute and overuse sporting injuries from the novice exerciser to the experienced athlete. Previously he has been the Head Physiotherapist at Northern Suburbs Rugby Football Club and the Physio to the Australian Junior Wallabies from 2011-2016. Campbell is passionate about exercise and health and fitness and developing a team that can deliver a world class Physiotherapy service to the patients of SquareOne.

    In his spare time Campbell enjoys cycling, mountain biking and spending time with his two children doing various outdoor activities. Campbell has competed in multiple triathlon and ironman events and has competed in the Hawaiian Ironman on three occasions. He is a member of Balmoral Triathlon Club and Manly-Warringah Cycling Club and can often be seen out training around Manly and the Northern Beaches areas.

  • Holly Brasher

    BAppSc (Phty), M. Sports Physio, MACP

    Managing Director / APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

    • Mentoring to SquareOne Physios
    • Board of Directors Australian Physio Association

    Holly is the Practice Principal and Managing Director. She graduated from Sydney University in 2000, has since completed a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy through La Trobe University and is a Titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist.

    Holly has also completed her Women’s health training and is qualified to treat pelvic floor issues, incontinence, pelvic pain and bladder problems. She has a special interest in Clinical Pilates, pre and post natal women, adolescents and hip and lumbopelvic disorders. Holly has held positions at the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) since 2007, including National Chairperson of the Sports and Exercise Group and is now a non-executive director at the APA.

    Holly now spends her week looking after the operations and her great team at SquareOne. Holly has two young children and when she has a spare minute she likes to run, swim, read books and go shopping.

  • Marisol Reyes Fuentes

    B.Physiotherapy, M.MuscPhysio, Certified APPI Equipment PIlates Instructor, MACP

    APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

    • Spinal Conditions
    • Gluteal Tendinopathy Posture/Teenagers Posture
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Marisol is a Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Team Leader at SquareOne Physio. She moved to Australia in 2010 after completing her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Talca, Chile. She Joined SquareOne in 2016 and completed her Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at La Trobe University in 2017. Her physio role has evolved over the years, but her passion for helping clients and the team has only grown. 

    Marisol is the National Chair for the APA Physiotherapy Leadership and Management Group, and a member of the APA National Advisory Council. Marisol is passionate about leadership and team culture, and believes that leadership and management are crucial skills to be developed and nurtured in our profession. Outside of work, you can find her rock climbing, doing aerial yoga and exploring Patagonia.

  • Shaun Clements

    BSc Sports Science, M. Phty. MSc Advanced Physio (Musc), MACP

    APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

    • Tendinopathies
    • Shoulders
    • Spinal Conditions
    • Strength & Conditioning

    Shaun is a Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Pod Leader at SquareOne. Originally from the UK, Shaun completed a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science before graduating with a Pre-registration Masters Physiotherapy degree at the University of Southampton. He later completed a Masters in Advanced Neuromuscular Physiotherapy which included working within the Harlequins Rugby Union club, in a high-performance sports physiotherapy role.

    Shaun enjoys helping people recover from physical injury, by reducing their pain, improving their physical conditioning and invariably their quality of life. Shaun has also worked in both the public and private healthcare setting where he’s been able to apply his clinical skills to help clients achieve their physical goals from simply walking pain free to returning to high level sport. In Shaun’s spare time he enjoys looking after his daughters and when he has time, he likes to run, swim, play soccer and go to the gym.

  • Jennifer Brittain

    BScPT, MBA, Certified GLA:D Physiotherapist, MACP

    APA Gerontological Physiotherapist

    • Frailty & Elderly Rehab
    • Falls and Balance
    • Home Visit

    Jennifer joined SquareOne in 2017 and has a special interest in the health and welfare of older adults. She can often be found on the road, bringing the rehabilitation of clients to the privacy of their own homes.

    She earned her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from McGill University, Canada in 1998, and has worked across all private and public health settings since then. Jennifer is passionate about the importance of an individualised approach to rehabilitation and exercise to optimise physical and mental well-being.

    Jennifer is a qualified Yoga teacher and was recently granted the title of APA Gerontology Physiotherapist. When not at work, she can be found chasing her three kids or escaping to the ocean for a swim and loves to curl up with a good book.

  • Daniel Evans

    B Phty (Physio), M Phty (Sports), MACP

    APA Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist

    • Musculoskeletal Injuries
    • Feet & Ankles
    • Necks
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Daniel completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from ACU in 2014.  Daniel later completed a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland in 2021 to further his knowledge and skills to achieve the best outcomes for his patients. He has experience working with athletes from grassroots through to elite level having experience working at National Championship events with NSW Gymnastics, NSW U21 Men’s Hockey, NSW Men’s and Mixed Netball and the PacificAus Netball team. 

    Daniel adopts an evidence-based approach to physiotherapy with an emphasis on a thorough assessment, tailored manual therapy to alleviate symptoms and exercise-based rehabilitation to have his clients performing at their best. Outside the clinic, Daniel enjoys running with his dog Digby to keep fit, a good cup of coffee and a good book and is always happy to give or receive recommendations.

  • Nathan Sculthorpe

    B.Physio, B.Arts, M.Sports&Ex.Phty, MACP

    APA Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist

    • Sports Injuries - rugby/ triathlon/water sports
    • Lower Limbs - Biomechanics
    • Strength & Conditioning

    Nathan is a titled Sports and Exercise physiotherapist with over 13 years of clinical expertise, with an interest in hip and knee treatments to best help a range of clients from amateur to elite athletes. He has been part of the SquareOne team for over 6 years looking after our clients and mentoring our new graduates. 

    Nathan’s professional journey has spanned across various sports, encompassing contact, field, endurance, and snow sports. He works with those who are injured at work or on the sporting field, or who are seeking ways to improve their performance. Currently, he serves as a physiotherapy provider for the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia, traveling and providing essential care to athletes in the Snowboard Cross team.

  • Emma Horning

    B.Ex.Sc, M.Physiotherapy, APAM, Certified Polestar Rehab Practitioner and Mentor

    Physiotherapist

    • Dancers/Gymnasts
    • Gluteal Tendinopathy
    • Kids & Adolescents
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Emma completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at Australian Catholic University before successfully completing her Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. Emma holds a Diploma of Professional Pilates Instruction through Polestar Pilates and is also a Mentor for both the Polestar Mat and Studio teacher-training courses. 

    Emma trained extensively in a range of dance styles up to an advanced level, including completing her Advanced Ballet Exam through the Royal Academy of Dance. Emma is a fully qualified and registered Ballet teacher with the Royal Academy of Dance and a mentor for their teacher-training program. At SquareOne Emma loves sharing her passion for pilates with her clients and facilitating their rehabilitation journey. During her extensive years of pilates instruction, Emma has also worked with a wide range of clientele including elite athletes, dancers and children. When not in the clinic, Emma enjoys going to yoga, walking with her dog, and eating out with friends and family.

  • Mitchell Lockley

    BHM, MPhysio, APAM, Certified GLA:D Physiotherapist

    Physiotherapist

    • Sports Injuries – rugby/ running/golf
    • Tendinopathies
    • Strength & Conditioning

    Mitchell Lockley is a senior physiotherapist and pod leader at SquareOne Physiotherapy. He holds a Master’s in Physiotherapy from the University of Technology Sydney and is finalising his Master’s in Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. Specialising in sports-related injuries, particularly of the lower body with a special interest in knee’s, ankles and muscle and tendon injuries.

    Mitchell integrates his background in personal training and strength conditioning into his practice. He focuses on a combination of education, hands-on treatment, and personalised exercise-based rehabilitation. Mitchell also serves as the head physiotherapist at the North Rugby Club, applying his extensive knowledge and experience to help players achieve optimal physical health and performance.

  • Jenny Doyle

    BSc. Spt Sci, MSc Physiotherapy, Certified Clinical Pilates Instructor

    Physiotherapist

    • Pre/Postnatal Exercise
    • Pilates/Exercise Rehab
    • Real Time Ultrasound

    Jenny completed her undergraduate degree in Sports & Exercise Science before successfully obtaining a Masters in Physiotherapy, both qualifications were gained in the UK. She is a highly motivated, ambitious and hard-working Physiotherapist with extensive experience in clinical exercise and rehabilitation.

    Great communication and empathy help Jenny with her passion of rehabilitating and empowering patients to achieve their goals using exercise, movement and Pilates. Having three young children has given her a special interest in working with pre and post-natal patients. Other special interests include chronic pain management.

    Having played Rugby for Wales, she understands and appreciates the requirements of high-level athletes and the role of pre-hab and rehab for injury. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her young family, coach netball, and ocean swim.

  • Kaitlyn Cummins

    B.Ex&SpSc., M.Physiotherapy, APAM, Certified Polestar Rehab Practitioner

    Physiotherapist

    • Sporting Injuries
    • Lower Limb Pain
    • Elbow, Shoulder, Back Pain
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Kaitlyn has a degree in Exercise and Sports Science and her Masters in Physiotherapy. She has also completed her Clinical Pilates training through Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation course in Sydney and has been instructing Pilates for over 6 years. Kaitlyn brings both a professional and fun approach to SquareOne Physiotherapy and is passionate about treating all musculoskeletal injuries. She is committed to delivering integrated, patient-focused rehabilitation whilst ensuring to empower her clients to achieve the most optimal treatment outcomes.

    Kaitlyn has a particular interest in tailored exercise-based therapy focusing on enhancing body awareness to improve function, long-term health and injury prevention. Kaitlyn enjoys seeing both chronic and acute musculoskeletal injuries with key focuses being back pain and lower limb injuries. Kaitlyn also has experience with Rugby 7s and is passionate in acute injury rehab and managing sporting injuries. When Kaitlyn isn’t in the clinic, she can be found enjoying the outdoors either camping, hiking, playing various sports and going to the gym.

  • Emma Attard

    B Pub Hlth, B Hlth Sci, M Physiotherapy, APAM, Certified Polestar Rehab Practitioner

    Physiotherapist

    • Bladder Disorders
    • Back/Neck/Hip Pain
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Emma is a Women’s Health Physio, Clinical Pilates Instructor and mum to a very busy little boy. Emma completed her Master of Physiotherapy at The University of Technology Sydney after completing degrees at both The University of Sydney and The University of Wollongong. Whilst Emma works with women right across the lifespan, she especially enjoys working with the pre and postnatal population, taking women right through their pregnancy journey and assisting in recovery from birth.

    Emma can help in the management of incontinence, urinary urgency, pelvic floor dysfunction, pre and postnatal care (including abdominal muscle separation and exercise prescription) and pre and post-menopausal care. Outside of work Emma enjoys attending Pilates and Kickboxing classes and spending time in the sun with her family and friends.

  • Jackson Harding

    M.Physiotherapy, B.Sc, APAM, Certified GLA:D Physiotherapist

    Physiotherapist

    • Field Sports Injuries - AFL/Rugby
    • Running & Lower Limb Injuries
    • Surfing & Mountain Sport Injuries
    • Strength & Conditioning

    Jackson completed his Masters in Physiotherapy at Sydney University after relocating from Melbourne where he completed a Bachelor of Science majoring in Anatomy and Physiology. Jackson is also currently studying his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy and High Performance. Jackson is an ASCA Strength and Conditioning Level 2 Coach and has completed his Diploma of Remedial Massage. His caseload includes acute and chronic injuries with a key focus on contact-sport, running and lower limb injuries. He aims to get patients back on the field, in the mountains or in the surf and create a routine to prevent future injuries, with an emphasis on becoming stronger and more coordinated with all movements to improve your overall performance. 

    Jackson works as Lead Physio for the Manly Wolves Men’s AFL Program and has worked previously with Norths Rugby, Manly United FC WPL and NPL team and has supported the World Surf League Sydney Surf Pro as their event physio in Manly 2020. Before his Masters, Jackson worked in Whistler as a Freestyle Ski Instructor and Downhill Mountain Bike Instructor. 

    When not at work you’ll find him out in the surf in the early mornings or on his days off mountain biking/hiking with his fiancé and baby girl or planning their next ski trip.

  • Amy Clements

    BAppSc (Phty), M. Public Health, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Spinal Conditions
    • Women's Health
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Amy is a warm and friendly Women’s Health Physiotherapist with a passion for helping women to achieve their best quality of life through all of their life stages. Amy completed her undergraduate Physiotherapy degree through the University of Sydney, and has gone on to achieve a Masters of Public Health, also at Sydney University.

    Amy has 3 young children, and since starting her family, has transferred her extensive experience in managing musculoskeletal and sports injuries, into pelvic health. Amy is trained in Clinical Pilates and has been teaching classes and integrating clinical exercise techniques into her patient management for more than a decade.

    Amy enjoys helping women with all areas of pelvic health including, pre-and post-natal care, incontinence management, pelvic floor issues, bladder problems, pelvic pain and other musculoskeletal conditions.

  • Lauren Fornasaro

    B.Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Acute Injury Management
    • Musculoskeletal
    • Rowing Injuries/Rehab
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Lauren completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Australian Catholic University and is currently completing her Masters of Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy. She enjoys treating sporting injuries and assisting athletes of all levels to achieve their goals.

    As an ex State and National champion rower, Lauren has a particular interest in rowing related injuries with first hand experience in high performance injury prevention, treatment and management. She is a current Rowing Australia Physiotherapy Provider and has gained further experience working with underage Rowing Australia teams and local school athletes.

    Lauren has extensive knowledge and experience in assessment and rehabilitation of acute, contact sporting injuries through her role as the Northern Suburbs Colts physiotherapist. When not at work or on the side of the rugby field, you can find Lauren enjoying a coffee, walking her dog Willow or spending time with family and friends.

  • Justin Lowe

    BExPhys(Hons), DPhty, APAM, Certified GLA:D Physiotherapist

    Physiotherapist

    • Sports Injuries
    • Musculoskeletal
    • Orthopaedic

    Justin completed his undergraduate degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of New England in 2014 before going on to complete a Doctor of Physiotherapy degree at Macquarie University. Having previously worked as an Exercise Physiologist in both a community and rehab hospital setting, Justin brings with him experience and knowledge in treating a variety of musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, and medical conditions.

    More recently, Justin has enjoyed completing a physiotherapy internship with the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles as well as working as a part of the physio team with Northern Suburbs Rugby Union in the Shute Shield. These experiences along with Justin’s own involvement playing rugby union and soccer, combined with a passion for strength and conditioning and treating musculoskeletal injuries, will help you get back to doing what you love most.

  • Lucy Hobson

    B.Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Sports Injuries
    • Orthopaedic
    • Ankle/Knee/Shoulder Pain
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Lucy graduated from Charles Sturt University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Since graduating, she has worked in a private practice setting treating a range of musculoskeletal conditions, and teaching clinical exercise. Lucy is currently the physiotherapist for the Northern Suburbs Women’s rugby 7’s team, and has also gained valuable experience working as team physiotherapist for Seaforth Women’s Premier League Football and the Newport Kinghorn Surf Racing Academy.

    Lucy loves treating all musculoskeletal conditions, and has a particular interest in shoulder, knee and ankle pain, and post-operative rehabilitation. Lucy is heavily involved in the local triathlon community, having competed in triathlons from a young age, and enjoys treating triathletes and endurance athletes of all levels. She is extremely passionate and dedicated to helping her clients achieve their rehabilitation goals through manual therapy (including dry needling) and exercise rehabilitation. When not at work, you will find Lucy training for her next triathlon, at the beach reading, or planning her next trip.

  • Lauren Martin

    MPhysiotherapy, MSportSc, BAppSc(Ex&SportSc), APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Spinal - neck through to lower back
    • Injury prevention
    • Exercise
    • Adolescents and children
    • TMJ

    Lauren has completed both a Degree in Exercise Science and a Masters in Physiotherapy, making her a dual-qualified Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist.

    Lauren has a love for learning and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to SquareOne and has worked in private practice on the upper North Shore as well as in the public health setting.

    Lauren looks at the whole person to inform her evidence-based practice and outcomes for her patients and has a strong interest in the human body, exercise, movement.

    With a considerate and approachable manner, she has been known to “treat the whole family”, her current record is 3 generations.
    When not in the clinic you can find Lauren spending time outdoors and being active with her many sisters, family and friends.

  • Katie Holgate

    BAppSc (Phty), Certified Polestar Rehab Practitioner, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Clinical exercise and Pilates

    Katie has a degree in Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) from the University of Sydney and has worked in many Tertiary Hospitals throughout Sydney. She has also completed her Clinical Pilates training through Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation course and has been teaching Clinical Pilates group classes for many years in the Eastern suburbs.
    Katie enjoys all aspects of her work as a physiotherapist, especially helping people improve their health and wellbeing through movement. When not teaching at SquareOne, her other specialty is Cardiac rehabilitation which she is very passionate about.

    Outside of work, Katie is spending time with her young daughter and family. She also enjoys running, pilates and touch football.

  • Alex Barnes

    B.Health Sci, M.Physiotherapy, APPI Pilates Instructor, APAM, Certified GLA:D Physiotherapist

    Physiotherapist

    • Post-operative rehab
    • Acute lower limb injuries
    • OA management

    Alex spent most of her childhood by the beach in Byron Bay and later moved to Sydney to study, completing a Bachelor of Health Science (Movement Science) followed by a Master of Physio at the University of Sydney. As a teenager, Alex competed in Surf Life Saving and later transitioned to triathlon and middle-distance running.

    Now Alex has a keen interest in Pilates in her personal life and has since completed her APPI Equipment and Mat work Pilates training. Alex enjoys treating lower limb and tendon injuries, and is a GLA:D trained (knee and hip osteoarthritis) physiotherapist. In her spare time, you can find her by the water, out for a run, or in search of the best sunny spots in Sydney.

  • Reuben Caley

    B.Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Rehab planning
    • Sporting injuries
    • Lower limb tendinopathies
    • Running injuries

    Reuben completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra, and has recently moved to Sydney to join the SquareOne Team. He has provided treatment and competition services for ACT Athletics throughout Canberra and nationally.

    Areas of special interest include rehabilitation, running technique analysis and management of sporting and running related injuries and tendinopathies. Prior to studying physiotherapy, Reuben was a competitive distance runner, and has a wealth of knowledge of running related injuries and sports performance. He has regularly led running training groups throughout the year, and is a big advocate for strength and conditioning for endurance based athletes.

    Outside of work you’ll find him surfing, doing some yoga, or out on the trails running somewhere.

  • Genevieve Fogarty

    B Hlth, Dip.ExSc, D Phty, APPI Pilates Instructor, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Musculoskeletal injuries
    • Sports injuries
    • Orthopaedic prehab and rehab
    • Clinical exercise and Pilates

    Gen has completed a Bachelor of Health and Doctor of Physiotherapy at Macquarie University. While studying she also undertook her Clinical Pilates training with APPI and was teaching Pilates throughout her studies. Gen has physiotherapy experience across a number of different settings; working with the Swifts Academy, Manly-Warringah Netball Association in sports physiotherapy as well as working at Prince of Wales Private Hospital in post-operative care.

    Gen is a passionate physiotherapist who brings a calm yet fun approach to clinical practice. Gen enjoys treating a number of musculoskeletal injuries and working with individuals to return to the lifestyles and activities that they love. Prior to completing her Physiotherapy degree Gen lived in Whistler, Canada for many years where she enjoyed the outdoor mountain lifestyle skiing, mountain biking and hiking. During this time she also completed a Dip. Exercise Science. In her spare time you’ll find Gen jumping into a Pilates class or an outdoor activity followed by a dip in the ocean and a coffee.

  • Natalie Taylor

    B.Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Orthopaedic rehab
    • Musculoskeletal injuries
    • Sport injuries
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Natalie is a dedicated physiotherapist who is committed to resolving a client’s injury and enhancing both their quality of life and sporting performance. Possessing an empathetic approach and keen attention to detail, she ensures that each client’s individual needs are thoroughly met.

    Natalie completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University and has undergone her Clinical Pilates training through the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. Prior to her degree, Natalie trained as a professional ballet dancer in Germany at the Hamburg Ballet School and performed across Switzerland, Germany, New Zealand and Australia. This led to Natalie having a specific interest in sports, dance related and lower limb injuries, with a focus on exercise-based rehabilitation through Pilates. Beyond the clinic, Natalie enjoys getting outdoors and going for morning runs and swims and recently completed a marathon.

  • Genevieve McManamey

    B.Phty, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Runners/athletics, gymnasts, dancers
    • Knees, ankles and feet
    • Back pain
    • Postoperative

    Gen completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University as the highest academic achiever in her graduating cohort and recipient of the University Medal. While studying Gen completed physio internships with Athletics NSW and Sydney FC Senior Academy. Gen is currently completing her APPI clinical pilates certification and brings with her over 15 years experience in practicing pilates as well as teaching gymnastics and dancing to women and children from 5 to 70+ years of age.

    Having represented Australia in Rhythmic Gymnastics and from her 20+ years of experience in dancing and Physical Culture (“Physie”), Gen has a particular interest in sporting and dance related injuries, lower limb injuries, spinal conditions and pilates-based rehab. She is particularly passionate about delivering highly personalised and tailored exercise-based rehab to ensure every patient achieves their goals. Outside of the clinic you will find Gen at Physie, a pilates class, or walking her cavoodle Lionel at Balmoral.

  • Megan Dunphy

    MPhtySt, BScN, Certified Polestar Rehab Practitioner, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Exercise Rehab and Pilates
    • Lower back and neck injuries/rehab
    • Postural correction/corrective exercise

    Megan started her career as a Registered Nurse, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, before completing her Master of Physiotherapy Studies at the University of Queensland. Megan went on to complete a Diploma of Polestar Pilates Studio and Rehabilitation Method, and has been teaching Pilates for over 10 years.

    Megan is committed to continuing her professional development, and has done additional training in Women’s Health, Corrective Exercise, Holistic Health, Pelvic Stability, and Strength and Conditioning. With a focus on end results and injury prevention, Megan enjoys identifying and correcting biomechanical deficits to help her clients improve their strength, mobility, and function.

    Originally from Canada, Megan has a background in downhill ski racing, climbing, hiking and mountain biking. She is very passionate about maintaining an active lifestyle. In her spare time, she enjoys going to the gym, being active outdoors, and taking care of her young daughter

  • Dan Hiep

    B.App.Sc (Phty), APAM, Certified GLA:D Physiotherapist

    Physiotherapist

    • Lower back pain
    • Sports and Gym related injuries
    • Strength and Conditioning
    • Knees

    Daniel grew up in Mudgee, NSW and completed his undergraduate physiotherapy degree at the University of Sydney. Daniel is entering his 10th year as physiotherapist having worked in private practices across the Inner West and the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney before spending 3 years working in the UK as a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist within general practices.

    Daniel has a special interest in all sporting related injuries, having sustained his fair share of injuries during his rugby playing days for Northern Suburbs Rugby Club. Since transitioning from rugby to recreational running, Daniel has developed a keen interest in running related injuries. Daniel also enjoys treating post operative injuries of the knee and ankle and low back pain. Whenever Daniel is not travelling or enjoying time with family and friends you can find him at the beach, running or in the gym.

  • Ava Loiskandl

    BSc Kin, M Phty APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Women's Health
    • Return to Exercise
    • Pilates
    • Running-related injuries
    • Persistent back pain

    Ava grew up in Canada participating in any sport she could get her hands on. Her extensive sport and exercise background eventually led her down to Australia where she completed her Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney, following her completion of a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Dalhousie University. She has also completed specialized training in Women’s Pelvic Health, Clinical Mat and Equipement Pilates, and Dry Needling.

    Throughout her career Ava has found a passion for empowering individuals on their journey to recovery and success. She takes an individualized approach in making sure goals are met while helping her patients to move better and with greater confidence. In addition, she believes in empowering individuals with self management tools and education to better understand how their body functions and how we cope with injuries. Ava now calls Sydney home having fallen in love with the city’s endless natural beauty and far superior coffee culture. Outside of work, she can be found taking a dip in the ocean, going to the gym, or puttering in her garden.

  • Lisa Studach

    B.App.Sci (Phys) (Hon 1), MIPH, APAM, Certified Polestar Rehab Practitioner

    Physiotherapist

    • Sports injuries
    • Musculoskeletal injuries
    • Dry Needling
    • Paediatrics/Teens

    Lisa holds a Bachelor in Applied Science (Physio) with first class Honours and a Masters of International Public Health both from the University of Sydney. In 2018 she completed the Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation Diploma.

    Lisa has a keen interest in treating and rehabbing sporting and musculoskeletal injuries and has worked in Europe, the USA and Australia. Her passion are endurance sports and she has been fortunate enough to work with multiple Olympians.

    Lisa recently returned from living in Switzerland (where she grew up) with her husband and two young children. Besides Pilates she loves to run and cycle.

  • Chelsea Andrejic

    B.Ex&SpSc., M.Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Dancers/Gymnasts
    • Tendinopathies
    • Acute Injury Management
    • Lower Limbs

    Chelsea completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at Australian Catholic University (ACU) before successfully completing her Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Alongside her studies, she has also completed her Clinical Pilates courses with APPI.

    Before studying, Chelsea performed professionally as a Soloist with the Slovak National Ballet in Slovakia for nine years and has been teaching Ballet and Pilates alongside her studies for the past five years.

    Chelsea enjoys treating all sports and musculoskeletal conditions but is particularly interested in dance-related injuries, pre-pointe assessments, injury prevention and rehabilitation.

    In her spare time, you might find Chelsea teaching some ballet classes, walking her two dogs with her partner or taking a Pilates class.

  • Bridgetta Quinn

    BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Women's Health
    • Pre/Postnatal Rehabilitation
    • Exercise and Pilates
    • Point-of-Care Ultrasound

    Bridgetta graduated in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Physiotherapy. Since then she has worked within the NHS and private practice in the UK, before moving to Sydney. She has gained extensive experience with roles in many diverse settings, including specialist inpatient rehabilitation units and musculoskeletal outpatient settings. Since 2021, Bridgetta has specialised in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy, with expertise in treating a range of conditions. These include pelvic floor dysfunction, bladder or bowel incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, antenatal lumbopelvic pain, and post-natal rehabilitation including rectus abdominis diastasis. Bridgetta is a caring and friendly physiotherapist who is passionate about patient education, empowerment, and exercise. She is committed to continuing to deliver quality care and has completed several Pelvic Health Physiotherapy courses, including a Postgraduate module in Working as an Advanced Postnatal Pelvic Health Practitioner. Outside of work, Bridgetta enjoys playing football, long beach walks with friends, running and searching for Sydney’s top coffee shops!

Massage

  • Del Woodhead

    Remedial Massage Therapist

    Del graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor of Therapeutic and Sport Massage from the Southern Institute of Technology in NZ. Since arriving in Sydney he has also gained an Australian Diploma of Remedial Massage. His sporting background comes from indoor and outdoor cricket, having represented at both provincial and domestic levels in New Zealand and in 2004 he was selected for the Tasmanian state squad.

    Del’s interest in sport massage comes from having worked with the Southland Stags rugby team and as an in-event therapist for 2 years at the Pioneer International mountain biking event in NZ. Del is passionate about working with people from all backgrounds and combines massage techniques such as sports, deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and now offers dry needling as an integrated treatment. Del believes in a client centred approach to help each person achieve health and well-being goals. Outside of Massage Del enjoys being an amateur chef, enjoying the outdoors, and discovering new destinations.

Clinical Exercise

  • Karlyn Simms

    Clinical Exercise Coordinator

    • Bridgepoint
    • Balgowlah

    Karlyn has spent 7 years overseas as a professional dancer and dance captain performing in stage shows and on cruise ships, training extensively in a range of dance styles up to advanced level completing her Diploma in Musical Theatre.

    Karlyn is a qualified Reformer and Barre Instructor and also holds a Cert 3 and 4 in Fitness/ Personal Training. During her extensive years of dancing and instructing as a teacher, Karlyn has also worked in numerous managing roles in the fitness and retail industry.
    When Karlyn isn’t at work she enjoys traveling and working out ( Pilates obsessed).

Administration

  • Tracy Kent-Jones

    BSc hons, M.PHC

    Business Manager

    • Bridgepoint
    • Balgowlah

    After a career in the IT industry that had her travelling the world, Tracy moved into healthcare several years ago. Her position as the Practice and Operations Manager at SquareOne follows a busy role at a local GP practice. Tracy is a NSW Justice of the Peace and has recently completed a Master of Primary Healthcare Management at UTS. Her spare time is spent with her family, including a very spoilt Labrador and pursuing her passion for cooking.

  • Maddie Hill

    Practice Manager

    • Mosman

    Maddie is originally from NZ & now calls Sydney home after nearly 5 years. She has been with Square One since 2022 and brings a wealth of knowledge of the healthcare industry including a nursing degree (though not currently registered).

    Maddie loves to spend her time with friends and family & you will find her most weekends visiting Sydney’s stunning northern beaches!

  • Fiorella Bonfiglioli

    Marketing Coordinator

    • Balgowlah

    Fiorella is a dedicated marketing professional with a passion for her craft. She has collaborated with over 50 brands across various industries and countries, utilising her creativity to craft engaging campaigns that resonate with their audiences.

    Outside of her professional endeavours, Fiorella leads an active lifestyle. When she’s not working, you’ll often find her enjoying quality family time, whether soaking in the beauty of nature at the beach or exploring scenic trails on hikes. Additionally, she’s an enthusiastic Purple Belt Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) practitioner and can frequently be found lifting weights at the gym, fueling her passion for fitness and personal growth.

    Fiorella holds a Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and a Graduate Diploma in Innovation & Entrepreneurship.

  • Kate Donnan

    Practice Manager

    • Balgowlah

    Kate has spent many years in the healthcare industry, primarily helping Orthopaedic surgeons run their practices. She lived in Singapore for five years and worked in a creative agency where she helped many businesses with their branding and website designs.

    Her spare time is spent driving her three children all over Sydney to their varied sporting and social events.

Physiotherapy

  • Campbell Hanson

    BPhty, M.Man.Ther., MACP

    Clinical Director /

    APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

    • Mentoring to SquareOne Physios
    • Sports Coverage
    • Consulting second option

    Campbell is the Practice Principal and Clinical Director. He has over 23 years experience working in Private Practice as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. He completed his Physiotherapy degree in New Zealand and has completed a Masters degree in Manual Therapy at The University of Western Australia attaining the title of APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.

    Campbell has a special interest in treating patients with both acute and overuse sporting injuries from the novice exerciser to the experienced athlete. Previously he has been the Head Physiotherapist at Northern Suburbs Rugby Football Club and the Physio to the Australian Junior Wallabies from 2011-2016. Campbell is passionate about exercise and health and fitness and developing a team that can deliver a world class Physiotherapy service to the patients of SquareOne.

    In his spare time Campbell enjoys cycling, mountain biking and spending time with his two children doing various outdoor activities. Campbell has competed in multiple triathlon and ironman events and has competed in the Hawaiian Ironman on three occasions. He is a member of Balmoral Triathlon Club and Manly-Warringah Cycling Club and can often be seen out training around Manly and the Northern Beaches areas.

  • Holly Brasher

    BAppSc (Phty), M. Sports Physio, MACP

    Managing Director / APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

    • Mentoring to SquareOne Physios
    • Board of Directors Australian Physio Association

    Holly is the Practice Principal and Managing Director. She graduated from Sydney University in 2000, has since completed a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy through La Trobe University and is a Titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist.

    Holly has also completed her Women’s health training and is qualified to treat pelvic floor issues, incontinence, pelvic pain and bladder problems. She has a special interest in Clinical Pilates, pre and post natal women, adolescents and hip and lumbopelvic disorders. Holly has held positions at the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) since 2007, including National Chairperson of the Sports and Exercise Group and is now a non-executive director at the APA.

    Holly now spends her week looking after the operations and her great team at SquareOne. Holly has two young children and when she has a spare minute she likes to run, swim, read books and go shopping.

  • Marisol Reyes Fuentes

    B.Physiotherapy, M.MuscPhysio, Certified APPI Equipment PIlates Instructor, MACP

    APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

    • Spinal Conditions
    • Gluteal Tendinopathy Posture/Teenagers Posture
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Marisol is a Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Team Leader at SquareOne Physio. She moved to Australia in 2010 after completing her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Talca, Chile. She Joined SquareOne in 2016 and completed her Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at La Trobe University in 2017. Her physio role has evolved over the years, but her passion for helping clients and the team has only grown. 

    Marisol is the National Chair for the APA Physiotherapy Leadership and Management Group, and a member of the APA National Advisory Council. Marisol is passionate about leadership and team culture, and believes that leadership and management are crucial skills to be developed and nurtured in our profession. Outside of work, you can find her rock climbing, doing aerial yoga and exploring Patagonia.

  • Shaun Clements

    BSc Sports Science, M. Phty. MSc Advanced Physio (Musc), MACP

    APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

    • Tendinopathies
    • Shoulders
    • Spinal Conditions
    • Strength & Conditioning

    Shaun is a Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Pod Leader at SquareOne. Originally from the UK, Shaun completed a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science before graduating with a Pre-registration Masters Physiotherapy degree at the University of Southampton. He later completed a Masters in Advanced Neuromuscular Physiotherapy which included working within the Harlequins Rugby Union club, in a high-performance sports physiotherapy role.

    Shaun enjoys helping people recover from physical injury, by reducing their pain, improving their physical conditioning and invariably their quality of life. Shaun has also worked in both the public and private healthcare setting where he’s been able to apply his clinical skills to help clients achieve their physical goals from simply walking pain free to returning to high level sport. In Shaun’s spare time he enjoys looking after his daughters and when he has time, he likes to run, swim, play soccer and go to the gym.

  • Daniel Evans

    B Phty (Physio), M Phty (Sports), MACP

    APA Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist

    • Musculoskeletal Injuries
    • Feet & Ankles
    • Necks
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Daniel completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from ACU in 2014.  Daniel later completed a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland in 2021 to further his knowledge and skills to achieve the best outcomes for his patients. He has experience working with athletes from grassroots through to elite level having experience working at National Championship events with NSW Gymnastics, NSW U21 Men’s Hockey, NSW Men’s and Mixed Netball and the PacificAus Netball team. 

    Daniel adopts an evidence-based approach to physiotherapy with an emphasis on a thorough assessment, tailored manual therapy to alleviate symptoms and exercise-based rehabilitation to have his clients performing at their best. Outside the clinic, Daniel enjoys running with his dog Digby to keep fit, a good cup of coffee and a good book and is always happy to give or receive recommendations.

  • Mitchell Lockley

    BHM, MPhysio, APAM, Certified GLA:D Physiotherapist

    Physiotherapist

    • Sports Injuries – rugby/ running/golf
    • Tendinopathies
    • Strength & Conditioning

    Mitchell Lockley is a senior physiotherapist and pod leader at SquareOne Physiotherapy. He holds a Master’s in Physiotherapy from the University of Technology Sydney and is finalising his Master’s in Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy at La Trobe University. Specialising in sports-related injuries, particularly of the lower body with a special interest in knee’s, ankles and muscle and tendon injuries.

    Mitchell integrates his background in personal training and strength conditioning into his practice. He focuses on a combination of education, hands-on treatment, and personalised exercise-based rehabilitation. Mitchell also serves as the head physiotherapist at the North Rugby Club, applying his extensive knowledge and experience to help players achieve optimal physical health and performance.

  • Kaitlyn Cummins

    B.Ex&SpSc., M.Physiotherapy, APAM, Certified Polestar Rehab Practitioner

    Physiotherapist

    • Sporting Injuries
    • Lower Limb Pain
    • Elbow, Shoulder, Back Pain
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Kaitlyn has a degree in Exercise and Sports Science and her Masters in Physiotherapy. She has also completed her Clinical Pilates training through Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation course in Sydney and has been instructing Pilates for over 6 years. Kaitlyn brings both a professional and fun approach to SquareOne Physiotherapy and is passionate about treating all musculoskeletal injuries. She is committed to delivering integrated, patient-focused rehabilitation whilst ensuring to empower her clients to achieve the most optimal treatment outcomes.

    Kaitlyn has a particular interest in tailored exercise-based therapy focusing on enhancing body awareness to improve function, long-term health and injury prevention. Kaitlyn enjoys seeing both chronic and acute musculoskeletal injuries with key focuses being back pain and lower limb injuries. Kaitlyn also has experience with Rugby 7s and is passionate in acute injury rehab and managing sporting injuries. When Kaitlyn isn’t in the clinic, she can be found enjoying the outdoors either camping, hiking, playing various sports and going to the gym.

  • Emma Attard

    B Pub Hlth, B Hlth Sci, M Physiotherapy, APAM, Certified Polestar Rehab Practitioner

    Physiotherapist

    • Bladder Disorders
    • Back/Neck/Hip Pain
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Emma is a Women’s Health Physio, Clinical Pilates Instructor and mum to a very busy little boy. Emma completed her Master of Physiotherapy at The University of Technology Sydney after completing degrees at both The University of Sydney and The University of Wollongong. Whilst Emma works with women right across the lifespan, she especially enjoys working with the pre and postnatal population, taking women right through their pregnancy journey and assisting in recovery from birth.

    Emma can help in the management of incontinence, urinary urgency, pelvic floor dysfunction, pre and postnatal care (including abdominal muscle separation and exercise prescription) and pre and post-menopausal care. Outside of work Emma enjoys attending Pilates and Kickboxing classes and spending time in the sun with her family and friends.

  • Jackson Harding

    M.Physiotherapy, B.Sc, APAM, Certified GLA:D Physiotherapist

    Physiotherapist

    • Field Sports Injuries - AFL/Rugby
    • Running & Lower Limb Injuries
    • Surfing & Mountain Sport Injuries
    • Strength & Conditioning

    Jackson completed his Masters in Physiotherapy at Sydney University after relocating from Melbourne where he completed a Bachelor of Science majoring in Anatomy and Physiology. Jackson is also currently studying his Masters in Sports Physiotherapy and High Performance. Jackson is an ASCA Strength and Conditioning Level 2 Coach and has completed his Diploma of Remedial Massage. His caseload includes acute and chronic injuries with a key focus on contact-sport, running and lower limb injuries. He aims to get patients back on the field, in the mountains or in the surf and create a routine to prevent future injuries, with an emphasis on becoming stronger and more coordinated with all movements to improve your overall performance. 

    Jackson works as Lead Physio for the Manly Wolves Men’s AFL Program and has worked previously with Norths Rugby, Manly United FC WPL and NPL team and has supported the World Surf League Sydney Surf Pro as their event physio in Manly 2020. Before his Masters, Jackson worked in Whistler as a Freestyle Ski Instructor and Downhill Mountain Bike Instructor. 

    When not at work you’ll find him out in the surf in the early mornings or on his days off mountain biking/hiking with his fiancé and baby girl or planning their next ski trip.

  • Lauren Fornasaro

    B.Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Acute Injury Management
    • Musculoskeletal
    • Rowing Injuries/Rehab
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Lauren completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Australian Catholic University and is currently completing her Masters of Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy. She enjoys treating sporting injuries and assisting athletes of all levels to achieve their goals.

    As an ex State and National champion rower, Lauren has a particular interest in rowing related injuries with first hand experience in high performance injury prevention, treatment and management. She is a current Rowing Australia Physiotherapy Provider and has gained further experience working with underage Rowing Australia teams and local school athletes.

    Lauren has extensive knowledge and experience in assessment and rehabilitation of acute, contact sporting injuries through her role as the Northern Suburbs Colts physiotherapist. When not at work or on the side of the rugby field, you can find Lauren enjoying a coffee, walking her dog Willow or spending time with family and friends.

  • Justin Lowe

    BExPhys(Hons), DPhty, APAM, Certified GLA:D Physiotherapist

    Physiotherapist

    • Sports Injuries
    • Musculoskeletal
    • Orthopaedic

    Justin completed his undergraduate degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of New England in 2014 before going on to complete a Doctor of Physiotherapy degree at Macquarie University. Having previously worked as an Exercise Physiologist in both a community and rehab hospital setting, Justin brings with him experience and knowledge in treating a variety of musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, and medical conditions.

    More recently, Justin has enjoyed completing a physiotherapy internship with the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles as well as working as a part of the physio team with Northern Suburbs Rugby Union in the Shute Shield. These experiences along with Justin’s own involvement playing rugby union and soccer, combined with a passion for strength and conditioning and treating musculoskeletal injuries, will help you get back to doing what you love most.

  • Lucy Hobson

    B.Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Sports Injuries
    • Orthopaedic
    • Ankle/Knee/Shoulder Pain
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Lucy graduated from Charles Sturt University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Since graduating, she has worked in a private practice setting treating a range of musculoskeletal conditions, and teaching clinical exercise. Lucy is currently the physiotherapist for the Northern Suburbs Women’s rugby 7’s team, and has also gained valuable experience working as team physiotherapist for Seaforth Women’s Premier League Football and the Newport Kinghorn Surf Racing Academy.

    Lucy loves treating all musculoskeletal conditions, and has a particular interest in shoulder, knee and ankle pain, and post-operative rehabilitation. Lucy is heavily involved in the local triathlon community, having competed in triathlons from a young age, and enjoys treating triathletes and endurance athletes of all levels. She is extremely passionate and dedicated to helping her clients achieve their rehabilitation goals through manual therapy (including dry needling) and exercise rehabilitation. When not at work, you will find Lucy training for her next triathlon, at the beach reading, or planning her next trip.

  • Lauren Martin

    MPhysiotherapy, MSportSc, BAppSc(Ex&SportSc), APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Spinal - neck through to lower back
    • Injury prevention
    • Exercise
    • Adolescents and children
    • TMJ

    Lauren has completed both a Degree in Exercise Science and a Masters in Physiotherapy, making her a dual-qualified Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist.

    Lauren has a love for learning and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to SquareOne and has worked in private practice on the upper North Shore as well as in the public health setting.

    Lauren looks at the whole person to inform her evidence-based practice and outcomes for her patients and has a strong interest in the human body, exercise, movement.

    With a considerate and approachable manner, she has been known to “treat the whole family”, her current record is 3 generations.
    When not in the clinic you can find Lauren spending time outdoors and being active with her many sisters, family and friends.

  • Katie Holgate

    BAppSc (Phty), Certified Polestar Rehab Practitioner, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Clinical exercise and Pilates

    Katie has a degree in Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) from the University of Sydney and has worked in many Tertiary Hospitals throughout Sydney. She has also completed her Clinical Pilates training through Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation course and has been teaching Clinical Pilates group classes for many years in the Eastern suburbs.
    Katie enjoys all aspects of her work as a physiotherapist, especially helping people improve their health and wellbeing through movement. When not teaching at SquareOne, her other specialty is Cardiac rehabilitation which she is very passionate about.

    Outside of work, Katie is spending time with her young daughter and family. She also enjoys running, pilates and touch football.

  • Alex Barnes

    B.Health Sci, M.Physiotherapy, APPI Pilates Instructor, APAM, Certified GLA:D Physiotherapist

    Physiotherapist

    • Post-operative rehab
    • Acute lower limb injuries
    • OA management

    Alex spent most of her childhood by the beach in Byron Bay and later moved to Sydney to study, completing a Bachelor of Health Science (Movement Science) followed by a Master of Physio at the University of Sydney. As a teenager, Alex competed in Surf Life Saving and later transitioned to triathlon and middle-distance running.

    Now Alex has a keen interest in Pilates in her personal life and has since completed her APPI Equipment and Mat work Pilates training. Alex enjoys treating lower limb and tendon injuries, and is a GLA:D trained (knee and hip osteoarthritis) physiotherapist. In her spare time, you can find her by the water, out for a run, or in search of the best sunny spots in Sydney.

  • Reuben Caley

    B.Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Rehab planning
    • Sporting injuries
    • Lower limb tendinopathies
    • Running injuries

    Reuben completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra, and has recently moved to Sydney to join the SquareOne Team. He has provided treatment and competition services for ACT Athletics throughout Canberra and nationally.

    Areas of special interest include rehabilitation, running technique analysis and management of sporting and running related injuries and tendinopathies. Prior to studying physiotherapy, Reuben was a competitive distance runner, and has a wealth of knowledge of running related injuries and sports performance. He has regularly led running training groups throughout the year, and is a big advocate for strength and conditioning for endurance based athletes.

    Outside of work you’ll find him surfing, doing some yoga, or out on the trails running somewhere.

  • Genevieve Fogarty

    B Hlth, Dip.ExSc, D Phty, APPI Pilates Instructor, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Musculoskeletal injuries
    • Sports injuries
    • Orthopaedic prehab and rehab
    • Clinical exercise and Pilates

    Gen has completed a Bachelor of Health and Doctor of Physiotherapy at Macquarie University. While studying she also undertook her Clinical Pilates training with APPI and was teaching Pilates throughout her studies. Gen has physiotherapy experience across a number of different settings; working with the Swifts Academy, Manly-Warringah Netball Association in sports physiotherapy as well as working at Prince of Wales Private Hospital in post-operative care.

    Gen is a passionate physiotherapist who brings a calm yet fun approach to clinical practice. Gen enjoys treating a number of musculoskeletal injuries and working with individuals to return to the lifestyles and activities that they love. Prior to completing her Physiotherapy degree Gen lived in Whistler, Canada for many years where she enjoyed the outdoor mountain lifestyle skiing, mountain biking and hiking. During this time she also completed a Dip. Exercise Science. In her spare time you’ll find Gen jumping into a Pilates class or an outdoor activity followed by a dip in the ocean and a coffee.

  • Natalie Taylor

    B.Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Orthopaedic rehab
    • Musculoskeletal injuries
    • Sport injuries
    • Clinical Exercise & Pilates

    Natalie is a dedicated physiotherapist who is committed to resolving a client’s injury and enhancing both their quality of life and sporting performance. Possessing an empathetic approach and keen attention to detail, she ensures that each client’s individual needs are thoroughly met.

    Natalie completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University and has undergone her Clinical Pilates training through the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. Prior to her degree, Natalie trained as a professional ballet dancer in Germany at the Hamburg Ballet School and performed across Switzerland, Germany, New Zealand and Australia. This led to Natalie having a specific interest in sports, dance related and lower limb injuries, with a focus on exercise-based rehabilitation through Pilates. Beyond the clinic, Natalie enjoys getting outdoors and going for morning runs and swims and recently completed a marathon.

  • Genevieve McManamey

    B.Phty, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Runners/athletics, gymnasts, dancers
    • Knees, ankles and feet
    • Back pain
    • Postoperative

    Gen completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University as the highest academic achiever in her graduating cohort and recipient of the University Medal. While studying Gen completed physio internships with Athletics NSW and Sydney FC Senior Academy. Gen is currently completing her APPI clinical pilates certification and brings with her over 15 years experience in practicing pilates as well as teaching gymnastics and dancing to women and children from 5 to 70+ years of age.

    Having represented Australia in Rhythmic Gymnastics and from her 20+ years of experience in dancing and Physical Culture (“Physie”), Gen has a particular interest in sporting and dance related injuries, lower limb injuries, spinal conditions and pilates-based rehab. She is particularly passionate about delivering highly personalised and tailored exercise-based rehab to ensure every patient achieves their goals. Outside of the clinic you will find Gen at Physie, a pilates class, or walking her cavoodle Lionel at Balmoral.

  • Dan Hiep

    B.App.Sc (Phty), APAM, Certified GLA:D Physiotherapist

    Physiotherapist

    • Lower back pain
    • Sports and Gym related injuries
    • Strength and Conditioning
    • Knees

    Daniel grew up in Mudgee, NSW and completed his undergraduate physiotherapy degree at the University of Sydney. Daniel is entering his 10th year as physiotherapist having worked in private practices across the Inner West and the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney before spending 3 years working in the UK as a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist within general practices.

    Daniel has a special interest in all sporting related injuries, having sustained his fair share of injuries during his rugby playing days for Northern Suburbs Rugby Club. Since transitioning from rugby to recreational running, Daniel has developed a keen interest in running related injuries. Daniel also enjoys treating post operative injuries of the knee and ankle and low back pain. Whenever Daniel is not travelling or enjoying time with family and friends you can find him at the beach, running or in the gym.

  • Ava Loiskandl

    BSc Kin, M Phty APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Women's Health
    • Return to Exercise
    • Pilates
    • Running-related injuries
    • Persistent back pain

    Ava grew up in Canada participating in any sport she could get her hands on. Her extensive sport and exercise background eventually led her down to Australia where she completed her Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney, following her completion of a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Dalhousie University. She has also completed specialized training in Women’s Pelvic Health, Clinical Mat and Equipement Pilates, and Dry Needling.

    Throughout her career Ava has found a passion for empowering individuals on their journey to recovery and success. She takes an individualized approach in making sure goals are met while helping her patients to move better and with greater confidence. In addition, she believes in empowering individuals with self management tools and education to better understand how their body functions and how we cope with injuries. Ava now calls Sydney home having fallen in love with the city’s endless natural beauty and far superior coffee culture. Outside of work, she can be found taking a dip in the ocean, going to the gym, or puttering in her garden.

  • Chelsea Andrejic

    B.Ex&SpSc., M.Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Dancers/Gymnasts
    • Tendinopathies
    • Acute Injury Management
    • Lower Limbs

    Chelsea completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at Australian Catholic University (ACU) before successfully completing her Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Alongside her studies, she has also completed her Clinical Pilates courses with APPI.

    Before studying, Chelsea performed professionally as a Soloist with the Slovak National Ballet in Slovakia for nine years and has been teaching Ballet and Pilates alongside her studies for the past five years.

    Chelsea enjoys treating all sports and musculoskeletal conditions but is particularly interested in dance-related injuries, pre-pointe assessments, injury prevention and rehabilitation.

    In her spare time, you might find Chelsea teaching some ballet classes, walking her two dogs with her partner or taking a Pilates class.

  • Bridgetta Quinn

    BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, APAM

    Physiotherapist

    • Women's Health
    • Pre/Postnatal Rehabilitation
    • Exercise and Pilates
    • Point-of-Care Ultrasound

    Bridgetta graduated in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Physiotherapy. Since then she has worked within the NHS and private practice in the UK, before moving to Sydney. She has gained extensive experience with roles in many diverse settings, including specialist inpatient rehabilitation units and musculoskeletal outpatient settings. Since 2021, Bridgetta has specialised in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy, with expertise in treating a range of conditions. These include pelvic floor dysfunction, bladder or bowel incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, antenatal lumbopelvic pain, and post-natal rehabilitation including rectus abdominis diastasis. Bridgetta is a caring and friendly physiotherapist who is passionate about patient education, empowerment, and exercise. She is committed to continuing to deliver quality care and has completed several Pelvic Health Physiotherapy courses, including a Postgraduate module in Working as an Advanced Postnatal Pelvic Health Practitioner. Outside of work, Bridgetta enjoys playing football, long beach walks with friends, running and searching for Sydney’s top coffee shops!

Massage

  • Del Woodhead

    Remedial Massage Therapist

    Del graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor of Therapeutic and Sport Massage from the Southern Institute of Technology in NZ. Since arriving in Sydney he has also gained an Australian Diploma of Remedial Massage. His sporting background comes from indoor and outdoor cricket, having represented at both provincial and domestic levels in New Zealand and in 2004 he was selected for the Tasmanian state squad.

    Del’s interest in sport massage comes from having worked with the Southland Stags rugby team and as an in-event therapist for 2 years at the Pioneer International mountain biking event in NZ. Del is passionate about working with people from all backgrounds and combines massage techniques such as sports, deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and now offers dry needling as an integrated treatment. Del believes in a client centred approach to help each person achieve health and well-being goals. Outside of Massage Del enjoys being an amateur chef, enjoying the outdoors, and discovering new destinations.

Clinical Exercise

  • Karlyn Simms

    Clinical Exercise Coordinator

    • Bridgepoint
    • Balgowlah

    Karlyn has spent 7 years overseas as a professional dancer and dance captain performing in stage shows and on cruise ships, training extensively in a range of dance styles up to advanced level completing her Diploma in Musical Theatre.

    Karlyn is a qualified Reformer and Barre Instructor and also holds a Cert 3 and 4 in Fitness/ Personal Training. During her extensive years of dancing and instructing as a teacher, Karlyn has also worked in numerous managing roles in the fitness and retail industry.
    When Karlyn isn’t at work she enjoys traveling and working out ( Pilates obsessed).

Administration

  • Maddie Hill

    Practice Manager

    • Mosman

    Maddie is originally from NZ & now calls Sydney home after nearly 5 years. She has been with Square One since 2022 and brings a wealth of knowledge of the healthcare industry including a nursing degree (though not currently registered).

    Maddie loves to spend her time with friends and family & you will find her most weekends visiting Sydney’s stunning northern beaches!

  • Fiorella Bonfiglioli

    Marketing Coordinator

    • Balgowlah

    Fiorella is a dedicated marketing professional with a passion for her craft. She has collaborated with over 50 brands across various industries and countries, utilising her creativity to craft engaging campaigns that resonate with their audiences.

    Outside of her professional endeavours, Fiorella leads an active lifestyle. When she’s not working, you’ll often find her enjoying quality family time, whether soaking in the beauty of nature at the beach or exploring scenic trails on hikes. Additionally, she’s an enthusiastic Purple Belt Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) practitioner and can frequently be found lifting weights at the gym, fueling her passion for fitness and personal growth.

    Fiorella holds a Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and a Graduate Diploma in Innovation & Entrepreneurship.