Jess opened Peak in 2009 aiming to provide the local community with a comprehensive health service where the focus remains on the client and serving their needs. Jess has a passion for returning clients to full health combined with extensive experience in injury and postural rehabilitation enabling her to provide the best treatment program for each individual depending on their needs. Jess regularly holds public educational seminars on common areas of injury aiming to prevent problems before they occur. In her spare time she is a self confessed fitness and health nut – an avid CrossFitter and running geek (just ask her a running question and see how excited she gets). Jess has completed her CrossFit Level 1 trainer certification, and provided on site support to athletes at the 2012 & 2013 CrossFit Games Australian Regional, and in her ‘spare time’ is completing a Masters in Human Nutrition, and audits courses for accreditation with the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
Jess is available on Wednesdays & Fridays at Surry Hills and on Mondays & Wednesdays for Telehealth.
Colm graduated from Ulster University (Northern Ireland) with an Honours Degree in Physiotherapy. He then went on to complete a Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine at Ulster University.
Colm is currently working through his UK physiotherapy in sport accreditation and his EXOS performance specialist accreditation. He has also obtained a qualification in dry needling.
Colm has joined us from one of the leading private practice clinics in Northern Ireland where he was acting as lead physiotherapist. Prior to entering private practice, Colm worked for several years in the National Health Service in the UK which gave him a broad range of experience across pre and post-operative, musculoskeletal, community and aged physiotherapy.
Colm has worked with many high level Gaelic football, soccer and rugby teams in Ireland and the UK. He has a huge interest in long term athletic development and injury reduction and the incorporation of strength and conditioning into rehabilitation. Colm is passionate about rehabilitation of lower limb injuries, his Masters dissertation piece on Hip and Groin pain was selected, published and presented at the ‘Return to Play’, First World Congress in Sports Physical Therapy in Switzerland.
In his spare time Colm plays Gaelic football for Cormac McAnallens GFC and has a huge interest in all sports.
Colm is available on Monday & Thursday mornings at our Surry Hills clinic. He is also available Tuesday & Thursday afternoons as well as Saturday mornings.
Emily graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). Since then, she has developed a keen interest in the treatment and management of neck and back problems. She has focused her continued training on these topics, primarily through involvement in APA accredited cervical spine training.
In her practice, she integrates hands-on manual therapy with a graded exercise program which focuses on the client’s goals. Emily is a highly motivated physiotherapist who keeps up to date with current and emerging musculoskeletal research to ensure her clients are provided with evidence based information and therapy.
Emily grew up in the rural town of Mudgee, where her passion for the great outdoors began. She loves all things adrenaline and adventure related: including rock climbing, caving and water skiing.
Emily is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays at our Surry Hills clinic and on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays for Telehealth.
Originally from Melbourne, Monique made the move to Sydney to follow her dream of becoming a physiotherapist, and recently graduated from ACU with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
Growing up, Monique played every sport possible, from netball to slalom kayaking and was even the goal keeper in the men’s hockey team! So she knows what it’s like to be injured and the importance of the rehab process that follows.
Monique’s approach is a mixture of a hands-on and with a detailed exercise program to help compliment it. She likes to keep up to date with all things health, fitness and strength and conditioning related and you will often find her completing courses and studying to keep her knowledge up to date.
Monique is also a qualified personal trainer and pilates instructor, as well as a keen AFL footballer. On the weekends you can find her playing football, watching football or even trying to teach her cat new tricks.
Monique is available on Mondays between 4:00pm – 7:00pm.
Katie completed her Diploma of Remedial Massage at the NSW School of Massage with over 280 hours in clinical massage practice. She has since gained professional experience at the International Wellness Resort, Medical Spa and Chiropractic clinic. She has a full comprehension of advanced massage techniques for relieving muscle problems effectively and recently received a qualification in care for Pregnancy, Deep Tissue, Rehabilitation and Lymphatic Drainage massage. Katie says, “My first client is my mother; she inspires me to treat everyone as family.”
Katie is available on Wednesdays 1pm-4:30pm.
Rodolfo completed his Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy at Randwick Tafe in July 2018. This course furthered his knowledge of human anatomy and its physiology, sparking an interest in the human structure and the way it functions. Through his experience at the Intuition Massage Clinic and observations gained from a keen study of the human body, Rodolfo is able to tailor his treatments and techniques for each client. He soon plans to pursue a Bachelor degree in Health Science, majoring in human structure and function. In his spare time, Rodolfo enjoys travelling, reading, exercising and meditation.
Rodolfo is available on Wednesday & Thursday afternoons.
After working as a Fitness trainer for over 10 years Robert’s natural progression was to complete his Diploma of Remedial Massage. Rob is a skilled practitioner providing a firm and effective massage, with a particular interest in Trigger Point therapy. He is passionate about the results and benefits of massage, tailoring your massage to your requirements.
Rob is available on Saturdays from 9am-2:00pm & Sundays from 10am-1:00pm.
Duncan has over 9 years of experience in the clinical massage industry where he has gained a broad range of insights from working alongside chiropractors, dietitians, gym instructors, acupuncturists and now physios.
Duncan has assisted all kinds of clients; athletes, clients recovering from surgery, general injuries and workers with repetitive strain injuries. He specialises in Sports Massage and Remedial Massage, including deep tissue, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release.
Duncan is passionate about the health benefits of massage. His passion was ignited in 2009 when he received Remedial Massage for his neck, shoulder and lower back injuries that he had developed through repetitive work and exercise. Inspired by the results, he began to train and work as a massage therapist in 2011.
Since then, he has completed professional qualifications and continue to extend his expertise through different practices, seminars and workshops. With his top level massage skills and friendly easy to approach personality Duncan is a therapist guaranteed to get results. He is available on Sundays.
Imogen has over 7 years experience in massage therapy and delivers a good strong handed massage. She specialises in releasing neck and shoulder tension but loves tackling whatever problematic body parts you can throw her way. She is also a qualified dry needler and uses this as part of her massage sessions when indicated. Imogen is currently completing her Bachelor of Sports and Exercise Science and plans to continue on to do her Masters of Physiotherapy. Outside the treatment room, Imogen enjoys hiking, gardening, reading, arts and crafts.
Nonthaya is available on Tuesdays between 10am – 5pm
As well as being a skilled manual therapist, Mohamad is also an accredited exercise physiologist, and brings his knowledge of anatomy and bio-mechanics to his treatments to provide not only a top notch massage, but a comprehensive service.
Mohamad is available on Saturdays.
Chiara grew up in Italy near Lake Como and Milan. I have always been very active – between the mountains and sporting activities, but basketball was my muse since I was 8 years old. In 2009 I completed in Milan my Sport and Fitness Bachelor’s Degree and worked in the fitness rehab industry for 3 years. In 2011 I was studying osteopathy but then I decided to move to Australia in 2013. I obtained my Certificate III and IV in Fitness in 2017, then I started studying Remedial Massage Therapy and got my Cert IV in 2018 and Diploma in 2019.
My favourite quote is: nothing great in the world has ever been accomplished without passion.
Chiara is available on Wednesdays, Fridays & Sundays.
Glenn has over 5 years experience as a personal trainer and remedial massage therapist, with additional certifications in Active Release Techniques, Cupping, and Dry Needling. He is also currently completing his masters degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney.
Glenn’s broad spectrum of experience allows him to take a wholistic approach to treatment. He has a keen interests in sports, having previously competed as a sprinter for Hong Kong, and currently enjoys training in both weightlifting and triathlon.
Glenn is available on Thursdays and Sundays.
Please note: for the time being, private health insurance claims will be delayed by approximately three weeks because Glenn is new to our clinic.
Grace is the friendly voice on the phone, and is more than happy to assist you with any enquiries you might have regarding our services. She is currently completing a Fine Arts Bachelor Degree at The National Art School. Grace also has an interest in design and architecture. When not at the front desk of our Surry Hills clinic you can find Grace at the beach.
Vivi is one of the friendly faces you will see and speak to at reception. She is helpful when trying to find the right practitioner to suit your needs, and happy to try and answer any questions you may have. When Vivi isn’t running around the two clinics she is out stringing up her bow and shooting an arrow on the archery field, hiking or pursuing her interest in design.