At Lifestyle Physiotherapy our practitioners focus on one patient at a time to ensure you get the most out of each visit. We use evidence based practice to provide accurate diagnosis and then shape individualised plans to suit. Through education and treatment we empower you to have a vibrant life.
Lauren completed an undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sports Science at Sydney University. Here she learnt the fundamentals of human physiology and biomechanics. After working in exercise rehabilitation and workplace injury Lauren completed a Masters of Physiotherapy at Griffith University on the Gold Coast. She has a special interest in sports physiotherapy and utilises a hands-on approach to treatment. Lauren believes education and patient empowerment are key to promoting successful self management.
Lauren has in recent years completed her first Ironman triathlon and in 2018 graduated from LaTrobe University with a Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy. She continues to study a Masters of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy while juggling a young family.
Gen graduated from Sydney University with first class honours. She gained experience in a hospital setting before moving into private practice. Gen feels privileged to have had broad experience with school sporting teams, complex back and pelvic pain and women’s health concerns. She is passionate about helping people and does it with a sense of humour and realistic expectations.
Gen is positive and friendly, she is invested in understanding you, your injury and your goals. Her treatment is focused on an accurate diagnosis, dry needling as required, biofeedback for effective muscle recruitment and exercise prescription.
Davis is a friendly, approachable and motivated practitioner with a professional interest in sports and performance physiotherapy. After completing his undergraduate degree in 2010 majoring in Sport and Exercise Science, Davis went on to attain his Doctor of Physiotherapy from Macquarie University in early 2016. For the past six years Davis has worked across various sporting codes in both medical and performance roles, developing his skills in integrated injury management and performance-based rehabilitation. Davis has worked with a range of Sydney-based AFL and Rugby League clubs, and currently holds a position with the Cronulla Sharks as a Performance Physiotherapist and Rehabilitation Coach.
Davis is a firm believer in hands-on and manual therapy, coupled with an appropriate active rehabilitation program to ensure that his patients have the best chance to achieve their treatment goals in a timely fashion. Davis has a keen interest in sports injury management and prevention, spinal pain management, post-surgical rehabilitation, and managing chronic tendon pain.
In his spare time Davis is a keen surfer and musician, and also loves a hit of golf.
Sarah is one of the most recently qualified members of our team having transitioned from life behind a desk to life as a Remedial Massage Therapist in 2016. She holds her Diploma of Remedial Massage, has been awarded practitioner numbers with a wide span of healthcare providers. She can also incorporate myofascial cupping into your treatment.
Sarah trained with Evolve College (previously the Australian College of Massage) and worked for some time as an Assessor for them, assisting other students with their qualifications.
Sarah will work with your presenting condition as well as other lifestyle factors to gain an understanding of your situation and the approach of massage best suited to you. This may be a deep pressure remedial massage, a massage to work on the release of mental strain and stress, or even a combination of the two. Together we will create a plan, utilising massage, that enables you to get your body and mind to a better place.