Meet the team


 

Shaun Williams

Senior Physiotherapist and Director

 

Shaun has a passion for musculoskeletal injury management and prevention. Shaun studied at the University of Sydney where he graduated with first class honours.

Shaun has lengthy experience treating pain and improving function across the lifespan. He is our spine expert and is the man you need to see if you are suffering pelvic pain, back pain, neck pain and or headaches.

Shaun is also the head physiotherapist for Bankstown City Lions Soccer Club, where he manages acute sporting injuries from head to toe. His love for the human body stems from his sporting obsession. Shaun has played high level representative touch football, rugby league and athletics, he is also an avid Cronulla Sharks supporter.

 
 

Caitlin Dunsford

Senior Physiotherapist and Director

Caitlin was born and raised in the hills and graduated from Sydney University with first class honours and The University Medal. Caitlin is our Paediatric expert, and has specialised skills in the assessment of treatment of kids, as well as women’s health conditions. She has attained this experience working alongside specialists and allied health staff both in the public hospital system and privately. Caitlin has spent the last few years of her career honing in her skills in the areas of developmental paediatrics and continence/ pregnancy health.

She has a passion for all things health and fitness, having worked as a personal trainer and health coach prior to physiotherapy. On the weekends, you will find her working out in her community crossfit box or exploring Sydney on foot.

 
 
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Kielan Tobin

Physiotherapist

Kielan has been passionate about sports and fitness from a young age and over the past two years, he has built a strong foundation for a career in Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. 

Before physiotherapy, Kielan completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences at The university of Sydney, in which he majored in Human Movement. This has given him a strong foundation in anatomy and biomechanics. He then went on to study a Masters of Physiotherapy at The University of Sydney. 

Kielan has built on his knowledge and continues to gain invaluable experience through his work at Western Sydney Wanderers. Kielan is a Hills Local and a keen soccer fan.