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Jee Sung (Director, Principal physiotherapist)
Jee’s career spans 20 years in the physiotherapy profession, since graduating from The University of Sydney in 1994. Early in her career, Jee worked in the United States rehabilitating patients with complex injures including, spinal cord, neurology, severe head trauma, amputees, orthopaedics and paediatrics. Jee was also a clinical instructor with the APTA, and responsible for training American students in their final year of study. Upon returning to Sydney, Jee continued her career as a clinical supervisor and specialised in orthopaedic rehabilitation, where she obtained postgraduate certificate in Hydrotherapy from La Trobe University. Jee transitioned into private practice in 2001 focusing on musculoskeletal injuries, headaches, back and neck injuries, sports injuries and post op orthopaedic surgery. She has special interests in managing post op spinal and orthopaedic surgeries, running injuries and the assessment and treatment of TMJ disorders. Jee became principal physiotherapist at Darlinghurst Physiotherapy in 2004 and later appointed Director in 2006.

Anna White (Physiotherapist)
B.Sc (Phty) GradCertClinPhys M.ClinPhys (Continence and Women’s Health)
Anna is a warm and empathetic physiotherapist working in the field of Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health as well as seeing musculoskeletal injuries. She has completed a Masters in Clinical Physiotherapy majoring in Continence and Women’s Health.
Her treatment philosophy is holistic and focuses on empowering her clients to learn about and have control over their symptoms.
Anna enjoys helping women and men through different stages of their life and is experienced at treating a range of conditions involving pelvic health.
She loves seeing her clients as their symptoms improve and they are able to take back all aspects of their life.
When she’s not at work, Anna enjoys skiing, running and spending time with her friends and family.  

Will Thwaite (Physiotherapist)
B.Sc(Psychology), B.Physiotherapy(1st class honours), APAM
Will has recently joined our team after completing his studies at Australian Catholic University in Brisbane. As a former Australian volleyball representative and Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder, Will has great insight into the tolls that being active can have on your body. Will has a particular interest and enjoys treating necks, shoulders, backs and knees. He is enthusiastic about not only treating your injury, but also addressing other factors to get you back to your level of function. Will enjoys playing a wide range of sports including AFL, volleyball, rugby, basketball, cycling and running.

Brett Andrews (Physiotherapist)
M.Phty, B.H.Movt., B.Teach.
Brett graduated from Sydney University with a Masters in Physiotherapy. Previously he completed a degree in Human Movement as well as a degree in Education at the University of Technology Sydney. Combining these skills allows Brett to prescribe exercise effectively for both treatment of injuries and athletic performance.
Since graduating Brett worked as a rehab physiotherapist dealing with post-operative hip, knee and shoulder replacements. Brett has also worked as a sports physiotherapist for a number of local rugby union and soccer teams. He has over 8 years experience in strength and conditioning for athletes from a wide range of sporting backgrounds. Brett has a keen interest all sports having played over 20 years in a local soccer team and is currently training for an ultra marathon.

Ben Hurley (Remedial Massage Therapist)
Dip.Remedial Massage.
Ben trained at Nature Care College and the Australian College of Natural Therapies. He has worked as a masseur for Cirque du Soleil and Circus Oz. Ben uses remedial massage, trigger point release, sports massage, myofascial release, corrective exercises and stretching, Swedish massage and lymphatic drainage.