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Passionate. Experienced. Professional.



Lee is a physiotherapist with extensive clinical experience working with patients across a diverse health spectrum from chronic musculoskeletal injuries to high level sport performance. He has a strong passion for helping people to change their physical experience and movement behaviours with a focus on the emotional and behavioural elements that are critical to sustainable change.


Lee is one of Australia’s most prolific rock climbers and has spent the last two decades establishing some of the hardest climbing routes in the country. He is a highly respected clinician, leading the field in specialised treatment of climbing injuries and performance coaching.

Ben Cossey



Ben is broadly experienced physiotherapist with a strong background in private practice working within the NDIS and WorkCover framework, musculoskeletal post-operative rehabilitation and paediatric conditions.

Ben's gentle and nurturing approach helps men and women reach their health and strength goals. He specialises in helping injured workers return to work and gently assisting elderly patients gain the strength and confidence they need to take on the world!


In Ben's spare time he loves to strength train, play his guitar and take his dog, Patch for a walk. 

Andrea Hah


Exercise Physiologist

Andrea is an accredited exercise physiologist with more than 15 years of experience working in the health and fitness industry. She has a varied background of personal training, aged care, clinical rehabilitation, hydrotherapy, chronic disease and injury treatment.

Andrea is one of Australia’s most accomplished rock climbers and has a background as an elite gymnast, performing at the highest level. She believes a strong, well-moving body is crucial to living a healthy life and believes physical activity should be enjoyable and a celebration of what the body can do. 

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 Jamie is based in our climbing specific Waterloo clinic at 9 Degrees Waterloo.

She has been working as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist in private practice since 2016, previously specialising in the niche field of badminton-specific sporting injuries, with most of it being shoulder, elbow, wrist, lower back, knee and ankle injuries.

A few years ago, Jamie fell in love with the sport of climbing and has since applied her interest of movement analysis and the science of physiotherapy into climbing specific injuries.


Jamie's approach to treatment is to identify and correct inefficient movement patterns by restoring joint movement, improving muscular control, and building strength.

She believes that every active person is an athlete of their own, and the key to maintain that is to know their body and work with it, not against it.



Chris came to physiotherapy following a 10-year medical research career at the universities of Auckland, the Ecole Polytechnique Federal Lausanne (PhD) and Sydney University (Research Fellow). During this time, his interest in sports performance, holistic treatment, and health through active living influenced his lifestyle and subsequent career change to Physiotherapy after he attained a Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Physiotherapy with Distinction.

Chris holistically believes in applying the latest research to help people improve their quality of life. His sporting background, combined with his strong attention to detail, results in Chris helping his patients through all walks of life, live an empowered, pain-free life.

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Kerry has a background of experience as a climbing coach and physiotherapy degree. These experiences have emphasised the importance of being able to carefully listen, try to understand and help patients’ with their injuries and health concerns. Kerry enjoys the process of learning, educating and connecting with patients to help them get the most out of life and achieve their goals by building a resilient body! 


Kerry has recently moved to the Blue Mountains after an extensive time in Germany. In that time Kerry travelled and climbed around Europe. She also developed an interest in riding her bike and completed multiple bike tours and even a (small) segment of the Tour de France!




Andrew has transitioned into clinical physiotherapy following a Master of Physiotherapy, ASCA Level 1 Strength and Conditioning, Bachelor of Exercise Science (Rehabilitation), Honours and PhD in fast bowling biomechanics and lower back injuries in cricket players. This lead into a position at La Trobe University studying both knee pain and hamstring injuries as a Research Fellow.

Having experience with adolescent athletes as a Level 2 Advanced cricket coach and background in strength and conditioning and trail running, Andrew’s main passion is to help improve performance in lower limb sports. 


Since studying physiotherapy however, Andrew has grown a keen interest in assisting those with pain, injury or neurological disorders develop strength and resilience within their bodies to achieve personal goals. He believes no one is too old to get strong, and becoming so is a key part of remaining physically active and improving wellbeing. 



Exercise Physiologist

Kate is an enthusiastic exercise physiologist with special interests in women’s health, chronic pain and how physical activity can impact positively on mental health and wellbeing.

With a personal passion for long distance trail running, Kate understands the importance of incorporating movement and getting into nature in daily life. Combining her previous experience as a children's running coach and her tertiary education, Kate thrives on seeing physical improvements in people of all ages and abilities feel socially connected and stronger through exercise. 

Reception Team


Robyn Fraser


Fiona Longley-Lewis


Move Clinic believes the whole experience from making your appointment to walking out the door should be a pleasant and smooth experience. This is possible with the excellent work and assistance of our Front of house and administration team. 

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