WHO WE ARE
Passionate. Experienced. Professional.
Lee is a qualified physiotherapist with extensive clinical experience working with patients across a diverse health spectrum. 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 also a highly respected clinician, specialising in the treatment and prevention of climbing injuries and performance coaching.
Ben is an experienced physiotherapist with an extensive background in private practice, hospital settings and post-operative rehabilitation.
Ben is passionate about supporting men and women reach their health 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 play his guitar and sing, tend to his garden and take his dog, Patch for a walk.
Andrea is an accredited exercise physiologist with more than a decade of experience working in the health and fitness industry. She has an extensive background in personal training, aged care, clinical rehabilitation, hydrotherapy, chronic disease, disability 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 is passionate about making physical activity enjoyable for her clients.
Sarah is an accredited exercise physiologist with experience in clinical rehabilitation, balance and falls prevention, clinical pilates and working within the NDIS framework for patients with varying disabilities.
Sarah is passionate about the concept of exercise as medicine. She has a special interest in exercise prescription for foot & ankle injuries, knee conditions and lower back pain with a personal interest in tennis and running. Sarah adopts a gentle approach to help clients integrate regular physical activity into their lives, or continue doing the sport they love.
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 choice after he attained a Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Physiotherapy with Distinction.
Chris is passionate about applying the latest research to help people improve their quality of life. His sporting background, combined with his strong attention to detail, means Chris projects his high expectations of function from athletes upon all of his patients. He believes everyone has the ability to live an empowered, pain-free life.
Justine is an established physiotherapist specialising in the areas of rheumatology, chronic pain and rock climbing injuries. Justine has been the Australian National Team Physiotherapist since 2018, working at a state and national competition level in Australia, and internationally at the IFSC Open and Youth World Championships.
Justine is actively involved in the growing indoor climbing community and loves to spend her spare time bouldering at gyms across Sydney. Her passion for climbing also translates to her clinical practice, with specific interest in managing pulley strains, wrist elbow pain and shoulder instability. Justine’s approach employs the latest evidence-based practice, with a strong focus on exercise prescription and load management to keep climbers where they should be – on the wall.
Jayden has completed his Physiotherapy Masters after an undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sports Science. He has a keen interest in sports performance and is a certified Level 1 Strength and Conditioning coach with the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association.
During his studies, Jayden has worked with the Move Clinic as a Personal Trainer for 4 years and has completed internships with the Western Sydney Raptors Rugby Union Junior Team, Academy of Sport Speed and Agility Australia, and the Australian Olympic Canoe/Kayak Slalom Team.
Dannielle has completed her Physiotherapy degree with distinction and is a qualified pilates and fitness instructor.
With a previous degree in psychology, Dannielle possesses a strong personal interest in connecting the mind and body so as to achieve sustainable and enduring lifestyle change. Utilising an individualised and meaningful approach she enjoys helping patients set and achieve goals.
Having her own personal experiences with injuries, Dannielle holds a keen interest in chronic pain and the complexities that present in daily life.
When not in the clinic, Dannielle contributes to current physiotherapy evidence in her role as a research assistant, enjoys running the mountains' trails and hanging out with her dog, Elliott.
Management and Reception Team
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.