About your physiotherapist

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Nathan Kemp – Physiotherapist

Physiotherapist for sports, running and back related injuries

Award-winning physiotherapy scholar 

Nathan graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) Honours Class I. He also won the Academic Merit Prize in 2009 as one of the highest performing students in the Faculty of Health Sciences.


Professional physio care from one sports fan to another

He offers physiotherapy assessments and treatment for all sports, injuries and levels – from kids and adults who play for the pure recreational joy, all the way through to participants at national tennis championships, gymnastics competitions and other elite sports.
Having competed at state level athletics, cross country and swimming, and at national surf lifesaving championships beach sprinting, he knows how important sport and exercise is in so many people’s lives.

Nathan’s own love and knowledge of his sport and exercise – along with the sprains, strains, tears and niggles that have come with them – means he provides you with:

  • •  very caring, empathetic sport and running physiotherapist treatments
  • •  a unique perspective when carrying out detailed biomechanical assessments
  • •  an invaluable blend of professional expertise and firsthand athlete experience.


He’s also the thinking back-pain sufferer’s physio
In his Honours research project, Nathan investigated the factors leading to the development of low back pain. He has great a skill at providing accurate diagnosis and effective treatment plans that help patients enjoy long-term recovery – and enormous relief – from their back problems.


It’s always about better, happier and healthier lives


Above everything, Nathan offers each patient a promise to do everything he possibly can to help them get back to enjoying the things they love in life – long-term and pain-free.

Nathan is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and Sports Medicine Australia.


John Tse

Physio for sports, work, elderly and chronic pain


John first knew he wanted to help people get better, and back to the things they enjoy, after suffering several sports injuries as a child.
Earning his Degree in Physiotherapy from Sydney University was also driven by a desire to help his parents, who suffered from degenerative neck and back pain, and repay them for the sacrifices they made to give him opportunities.


A multiskilled (and multilingual) physiotherapist


John has extensive knowledge and clinical experience in treating musculoskeletal, respiratory, neurological conditions, motor accidents and work-related injuries.

Clients enjoy his positive energy, caring nature and ability to make complex concepts easy-to- understand. And, to show the rest of us up, he can do it all in English, Cantonese or Mandarin.


Helping sport lovers and workers rebound from injury


As a mad keen basketball and volleyball player, John’s own on court battle scars include ankle sprains, muscle strains and patellar tendinopathy.

So, he understands the pain and disappointment of being sidelined, as well as the journey required to get back on track, court, field or anywhere else you play and feel your best. He provides sports treatment for:

  • • on-field sports injuries
  • • overuse sports injuries, such as tendinopathy
  • • basketball and volleyball-related injuries.

He also provides assessments and treatments to help clients with work-related injuries achieve their goals, such as:

  • • returning to work
  • • workplace rehab
  • • improving their quality of life
  • • physical function to support daily living.


Learning and sharing (makes for better caring)


John has an insatiable appetite for keeping up with the world’s latest physio research and techniques. This helps him refine his skills, provide the best possible assessments and treatments to his patients, and support other team members.
Outside work, John loves to unleash airballs and spikes in basketball and volleyball clashes with friends, run, bushwalk with his girlfriend, watch anime and play video games FTW at home!

 Peter Varun George – Physiotherapist

Physiotherapist for joints, muscles, bones and nerves


Peter started his career as a chiropractor in small town Canada. Many of his early clients were the firefighter-paramedics who put their bodies under enormous strain every day.

His passion for musculoskeletal medicine and helping people enjoy the best possible quality of life led him to physiotherapy.

Moving to Sydney, he completed his Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney.


Expert treatments for pains in the neck, back and knees


Peter has worked as a physio in private practices, medical clinics and state health programs, treating:

  • • people of all ages
  • • a vast range of injuries and conditions.

As an experienced musculoskeletal and neurological physiotherapist, he has assessed, diagnosed and
treated thousands of patients with:

  • • lower back and neck pain
  • • acute traumatic knee injuries
  • • chronic osteoarthritic knee pain.


Smart rehabilitation usually beats an operation


A firm believer of working in tandem with the remarkable healing capacity of the human body,
Peter’s approach to treatment combines:

  • • exercise and manual therapy
  • • technical knowledge and skills
  • • listening carefully to his patients.

As a result, many patients have been able to avoid surgery, even for serious injuries.

This includes a police recruit who suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon while running. After several months of non-surgical rehabilitation, he passed his police physical exam with flying colours and earned his place on the Force.


Tapping out contact sport injuries


Judo, wrestling and jiu jitsu have been a big part of Peter’s life – be it competing in days gone by, training, or treating the many shoulder and knee injuries that martial artist patients grapple with.

He combines all this experience, knowledge and passion to care for patients recovering from, and eager to, get back to their own sporting infatuations.

In 2020, Peter put his blackbelt in rehab to the ultimate test after sustaining a full-thickness PCL tear and LCL tear during ju-jitsu. Without surgery, he was able (and ecstatic) to return fully to his beloved sport and rec activities.


Continually learning and developing skills


To further enhance his patient experiences and outcomes, Peter also has qualifications in:

  • • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • • Introductory and Advanced Dry Needling
  • • Mulligan Mobilisations (Spinal, Upper Limb, Lower Limb)
  • • Active Release Techniques (Spinal, Upper and Lower Extremity)
  • • Spinal Manipulation Therapy

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