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Mother and Daughter

"I know you’ll be kind, clever and bold. And the bigger your heart, the more it will hold. 

When nights are black and days are grey, you’ll be brave and bright so no shadows can stay.

You can become anybody that you’d like to be.

And then I’ll look at you and you’ll look at me,  and I’ll love you, whoever you’ve grown up to be"

- Emily Winfield Martin

About Us

Hello! My name is Mitch. I’m a Sydney based physiotherapist trained in paediatrics. I’m blessed to have had a childhood filled with physical activity, sport and outdoor family adventures. I truly value these experiences and so I chose to work with children so that I can help provide them with the same opportunities (regardless of their condition or disability!).


We believe in family centred care. This means participating in activities which are unique and meaningful to each patient and their family. Personally, I value a curious mind, a kind heart and a grateful attitude; I integrate these qualities into appointments to help children continue to live healthy, meaningful lives. 

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Click below to read some of my highlights and achievements. Registered AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) and APA (Australian Physiotherapy Association) member; NSW Aquatic Physiotherapy Committee member Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Canberra, Graduate Certificate in Human Movement Science with Dean’s Commendations from the University of Canberra, Bachelor of Medical Science with Distinctions from the University of New South Wales Trained new graduate physiotherapists, physiotherapy students from UTS and UC, and allied health assistants from CIT. Completed clinical placements in both private practices (musculoskeletal, sports and neurology), and hospitals (ED, ICU, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, mental health, medical and orthopaedic wards) Previously won a bronze medal at the Australian Gymnastics Championships, a bronze medal at the Australian Diving Championships and a bronze medal at the Australian Kickboxing Championships; also competed at the NSW Triathlon Championships, played representative rugby and was once the state Nippers Champion (woah!). Completed an internship at UNSW designing a new course for the School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences, explaining the biochemical and physiological processes by which carbon atoms (found in the food we eat) get into our body, how they are stored and how they get back out (ie, how we lose weight).​ A regular blood donor, and a passionate Movember participant each year Was in Angelina Jolie's 2014 film Unbroken!

We look forward to working with all children, helping them to

achieve their goals and live healthy, meaningful lives.

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