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Meet Our Team

Jessica Goodwin (Director)

Sports Therapy / Remedial Exercise / Pilates

Jessica is a UK trained Sports Therapist and Registered Australian Massage and Exercise Therapist. After completing her studies in 2005 she operated her own clinic treating the London and Kent Fire Brigade as well as many elite athletes and chronic pain sufferers. In 2007 she was awarded a full scholarship with British Heart Foundation and completed her studies in Cardiac Rehabilitation. Jessica moved to Australia in 2009 and continued her studies in Remedial Massage, Sports Therapy and Polestar Pilates.

Jessica worked in a local St George Physiotherapy clinic and built a strong following. Whilst on maternity leave Jessica worked from home “just to see a few patients”, soon the practice was booked out with a long wait list. Her success lead to the inception of Sydney Sports Therapy in 2016.

Jessica is exceptionally skilled at identifying and correcting movement dysfunctions. Her treatment includes, identifying movement dysfunction, treating muscular restriction, improving muscular balance, increasing strength and stability and educating patients in self care. Jessica is able to apply her skills to all levels. Her patient list includes high level athletes, health and medical professionals and chronic pain sufferers.

Lana Ceic

Physiotherapy / Womens Health / Remedial Exercise/ Pilates 

Lana graduated from the University of Sydney with a Masters of Physiotherapy in 2012, after completing a Bachelors degree in Exercise Science. She has spent this time refining her skills and broadening her knowledge through a wide range of courses and seminars in particular: Womens Health Physio courses and The Thoracic Ring Approach.

Her special interests include: treatment of the thorax/ ribs, neck, lower back and pelvis, sports and CrossFit injuries, Pilates, pregnancy/postpartum related pain and Womens Health concerns including: bladder and bowel (incontinence, overactive bladder/urgency, constipation) and pelvic organ prolapse.

Prior to being a Physiotherapist Lana had been in the health & fitness industry for over 10 years: She has been a Personal Trainer, Massage Therapist, Pilates Instructor and Exercise Scientist. Over the years Lana has gained invaluable manual therapy, exercise & assessment skills, continuously adding to her already broad skillset. She has worked with all types of patients including elite athletes, children and teens, elderly, and the general population. She has focused her workload on exercise rehabilitation and Pilates offering a unique set of treatments through specialised exercise programming and motor control retraining.

Jane Mehyo

Remedial Massage / Functional Training / Pilates Reformer

Jane is a Polestar qualified Pilates Instructor and Remedial Massage Therapist. Jane began her career working as a Physiotherapy Assistant teaching patients rehabilitation exercises and Pilates, and has since developed her skills to be a highly skilled therapist. Her passion is to help people to move freely and without pain. She has a special interest in pre and post natal pilates as well as general strength and conditioning. Due to her qualifications in Remedial Massage she has a wonderful feel for the body and is able to adapt exercises for patients to create balance and stability.

Janes massage techniques can be adapted to suit the patients individual needs. Whether you are wanting a relaxing experience or to have a deep tissue massage you will not be disappointed.

Antony Lo

Antony Lo

Physiotherapy 

Antony has been studying and working in Physiotherapy since 1993. During this time, he has earned his degree in Physiotherapy, a Masters in Physiotherapy and took part in the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Specialisation training program – the highest form of training a physiotherapist can take in Australia.

Antony can help you in a number of ways – his unique skill set and approach allows him to help those in pain – from those with acute injuries to those with long-term chronic pain – and those who are interested in enhancing their performance for sport, work or recreation. He mainly uses exercise, manual therapy, dry needling and various other techniques to help his clients. A big emphasis is placed on teaching you about your condition, what to do about it and how to help yourself.

Toni Ralph

Physiotherapy

With over 20 years experience as a physiotherapist, her resume reflects her hard work & dedication; From owning a private practice to working with the St George Dragons NRL team! Toni has also had a leading role in researching treatment for lower back pain at Sydney Uni as well sitting on the NSW Australian Physiotherapy Association board

Hubert Huynh

Hubert Huynh

APA Titled Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapist

Qualifications:
Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) – University of Sydney
Masters in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy – Griffith University

Special Interests:
Persistent/ Chronic pain management
Sporting injuries, performance and injury minimisation
Headaches, dizziness and jaw pain

Having worked across multiple physiotherapy settings including trauma hospitals, specialised foot and ankle clinics and mentored by Australia’s leading clinicians, Hubert brings a comprehensive and individualised approach to physiotherapy.

He enjoys the challenge of solving your hard to treat conditions and has continued to learn, update his knowledge and stay on top of emerging research in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy. In sports, Hubert has provided physiotherapy coverage to events including the Athletics Australia National titles, City2Surf, Pan Pacific Masters Games and Tennis Australia Wheelchair events.

Having grown up around sports including tennis, soccer, martial arts and swimming, Hubert has in recent years found his calling in Dragon Boat racing winning National titles in the past 3 years and competing at World Championships with CYL Dragon Boat club. Outside of all this, Hubert also enjoys trekking the great outdoors, obstacle races and hopes to provide his skills to lesser developed countries through medical volunteering groups.