B.Sc.PT Physical Therapy (Canada)
Clinical Pilates Instructor
Corey decided to become a physiotherapist because of his strong interest in the human musculoskeletal system and its biomechanics. He values a thorough assessment for his clients’ musculoskeletal complaints and always endeavours to educate them on their condition.
He has developed a keen interest in lower limb kinetics and their involvement in sport. He enjoys teaching new movement strategies to strengthen injuries as well as provide high quality manual therapy to promote movement.
An avid soccer player himself, he recognises the importance of a quick and optimal recovery, both on and off the field, and always aims to produce the best results for his clients.
MHlthSc (Manip Physio)
APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Ivan completed his undergraduate degree in 1999 at the University of Sydney and postgraduate Masters Degree in Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2005.
He has over 10 years of clinical experience working in various settings, both here and in the UK. This has enabled him to gain extensive skills in the assessment and treatment of a wide range of musculoskeletal and sports injuries.
He has an emphasis on “hands-on” manual therapy, exercise prescription and education. He has a special interest in treating sporting injuries, post-operative rehabilitation, and back and neck pain.
Nicole was a professional ballet dancer (Norwegian National Ballet) and began Pilates training to manage her own injuries. Nicole studied Pilates at Leon & Shaw and graduated in 2001.
Nicole also teaches dance and enjoys helping people improve their posture and becoming pain free through core conditioning.