Welcome to My Mobile Physio and thanks for dropping by.
Chances are you’re here because of one of these reasons:
- You want to get pain relief FAST (like yesterday FAST)
- You have an ongoing issue that hasn’t resolved and you want to get on top of it permanently
- You’re concerned about a problem developing and want to nip it in the bud before it affects your quality of life
No matter what the reason, you are our priority and we are committed to helping you get better, and stay that way.
Because we are new friends we would love to get this relationship off on the right foot by giving you the opportunity to have an expert initial consultation at a 50% discounted rate, so that you can see for yourself why we are so passionate about helping our patients.
It’s our way of helping you to achieve better health.
In the initial consult we will:
- Identify what is going on for you and what the source of the problem is
- Provide you with treatment to get you moving in the right direction immediately
- Create a tailored solution to help you get the results that you want personally.
Click here to book an appointment or simply call us on 1300 791 249 to speak with our friendly team and to start your journey to better health. You’ll be glad you did.
We are excited to begin this journey with you.
*Please note this offer is available to new patients only. You must mention this offer when booking your appointment in order to redeem.
My Mobile Physio Team:
Bosco traveled from his hometown, Hong Kong, to Sydney in for his Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy at The University of Sydney.
During his training, Bosco has spent time in different hospitals and clinics across Sydney, gaining clinical experiences and providing quality services for his patients. He has managed a wide variety of patients with different clinical needs, such as musculoskeletal (e.g., lower back pain, arthritis, and muscle atrophy), neurological (e.g., Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and Post-stroke), and respiratory (e.g., COPD and pulmonary oedema) conditions.
Apart from his study, he also volunteered in an elderly center in his spare time during uni, providing exercise therapy for older adults with Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, and worked as a sports trainer to provide a safe and active environment for his clients to achieve their fitness goals.
Bosco believes that active listening is the key to understand his client’s situations and their clinical needs. He understands that everyone has their own experience with health and illness, and everyone’s health beliefs should be respected and valued. That is why he likes to listen and know more about his patients before providing them with a therapy plan that is tailored to their individual goals and expectations.
Outside of work, Bosco enjoys playing volleyball with a team of mates. Besides being a player, he also acts as the team physiotherapist when the occasional jarred thumb and twisted ankle happens!
Cherry graduated from the University of Sydney with a Masters of Physiotherapy. She has had clinical experience in the acute hospital, neurological rehabilitation and outpatient musculoskeletal setting. Cherry also had work experience in a private practice, gaining familiarity with working with people who have acute or chronic pain, workplace injuries, motor accident injuries and neurological rehabilitation.
Cherry loves to provide a patient centred approach and assist her patients to reach their goals! She will combine her knowledge, patient’s wants and evidence based practice to help with guiding the treatment. She believes in an active and progressive approach and uses her manual therapy skills to assist recovery. Exercises are individually-tailored to help with alleviating her patient’s pain, restore their movement and improve their performance so that her patients are reaching their goals. As for Cherry, one of her goals is to have her patients content and benefit from each session!
Outside of work, Cherry enjoys spending time with friends and family, being in the outdoors and exploring new places. Cherry also plays oztag every week and tries to fit in at least one hike/coastal walk per month!
Brian joins the MMP team all the way from Galway in the west of Ireland! Having made the move to sunny Sydney in April 2019, he has been working with MMP since August and has been loving everything the mobile physio life has to offer. After graduating from the University of Limerick, Brian spent several years working in a large acute hospital gaining a broad range of experience in many areas including orthopaedics, musculoskeletal, neurology, respiratory, plastics and cardiothoracics to name a few. He also has experience working with sports teams both on and off the pitch and has a keen interest in prehab and injury prevention.
Brian believes in taking an active approach in his management of patients and optimising movement, strength and function are always the mainstay of his treatment plans. He is a firm believer in practicing what he preaches and has a keen interest in strength and conditioning and is an avid gym-goer!
Brian is passionate about maintaining wellness across the lifespan and incorporates this into his daily work – whether it is helping someone recover from a surgery, a sports injury, an illness or a fall; he is always ready and willing to help his clients achieve their goals. Outside of work, Brian is a real travel junkie and loves visiting different countries and experiencing what they have to offer. He also plays tag rugby, tennis and has recently taken up surfing (although is very much in the beginner bracket!).
Jody came all the way from Hong Kong and studied in Sydney. She graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor degree in Physiotherapy. Through her clinical experience, Jody significantly broadened her skills in different clinical settings, for example treating patients with various musculoskeletal and neurological conditions in an outpatient rehabilitation unit and patients with cardiorespiratory conditions in ICU.
When Jody was young, she wanted to be a physiotherapist because her family members were constantly getting injured! This inspired her to study physiotherapy in order to treat her family members and patients experiencing similar problems. Jody is passionate about listening to her patients’ stories and helping them to achieve their goals. After a deep conversation, she will use her anatomy and physiotherapy knowledge to tailor make a successful treatment plan to address their problems and improve their quality of life.
With a background in Yoga and Pilates, Jody loves to share her favorite positions and movements with her patient through individualized exercise prescription. Jody feels Yoga and Pilates are fantastic exercises to relieve psychological distress and build up physical strength.
Daniel graduated from the University of South Australia with a Masters of Physiotherapy. His passion is helping people to realise their potential and helping them achieve it. Daniel started off his career completing a Bachelor of Psychology at the University of New South Wales and has experience working in the mental health field. As such, he is committed to approaching problems by working with both the body and mind to get the best outcomes.
His fields of interest are in musculoskeletal, geriatric rehabilitation, and chronic pain management. Daniel is a caring and empathetic listener who is passionate about meeting new people and understanding their culture and background. He believes in empowering patients with knowledge and helping them tailor their rehabilitation to suit their functional goals.
Daniel has been active with sports from a young age ranging from tennis, swimming, cycling, hiking, and recently yoga. He has a can-do attitude and brings all his experience, knowledge, and energy to every appointment.
Hayley joins the My Mobile Physio team all the way from Cambridge in England, and brings her super friendly and caring nature with her. Having received her training in London where she graduated in 2009, she has gained experience in a wide range of areas including musculoskeletal and workplace injuries, spinal and chronic pain, neurological rehabilitation, geriatric care, and respiratory. Having worked in a rehabilitation hospital recently, Hayley is so excited to be able to treat people in their own home where she can help people in their own environment rather than attempting to replicate it.
Hayley has also been teaching Pilates since 2014. It has helped her clients in the restoration of functional movement patterns and posture correction in order to return to doing the things they love.
Hayley is a determined and passionate physiotherapist who likes to help people understand the cause of a problem in order to help prevent recurrence, rather than merely relieving current symptoms. She loves making people smile and wants people to have fun while they recover.
When not at work, Hayley enjoys coastal and bush walks, especially with her puppy! She enjoys keeping fit, swimming and dance, and has also become a regular at MMP Monday Bootcamp!
Lyndsey graduated in 2004 with an Honours Degree in Physiotherapy from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland. She completed 3 years working with the National Health Service, rotating into various musculoskeletal, respiratory and neurological clinical areas, receiving early promotion to Senior Physiotherapist in 2006.
In 2007 Lyndsey decided to take the big leap and move to sunny Sydney. Falling immediately in love with the Australian way of life she commenced work with St Luke’s Hospital in 2008. Here she was an integral part of the physiotherapy team for 6 years, and enjoyed providing physiotherapy rehabilitation to a wide variety of patients ranging from professional sportsmen to elderly stroke victims. After 8 years of extensive experience working in the health industry and managing a variety of patients including musculoskeletal, respiratory and neurological conditions, Lyndsey made the successful career transition to owning and running a mobile physiotherapy business.
Lyndsey would describe herself as a dynamic and highly motivated individual who has a passion for helping the entire community access physiotherapy services and live the highest quality of life possible. In addition, she prides herself on providing a flexible and enriching work place for all her team members. With a Scottish sense of humour and cheery disposition she aims to take this into every work day and each patient treatment!
Rebecca graduated from the Auckland University of Technology in 2010 with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy). Since then she has gained experience working in both Australia and New Zealand. This has been across different clinical settings both privately and publicly working in the rehabilitation of both neurological and musculoskeletal conditions.
Throughout her life Rebecca has been involved on and off the field with a number of sporting teams and across many codes. This and some first-hand experience at more than her share of sporting injuries makes her very passionate about helping overs to overcome pain, dysfunction and limitation both acute and chronically.
Rebecca believes in a comprehensive approach, looking at the whole person to get the bigger picture. She thrives off the use of exercise based rehabilitation to motivate and assist people in their recovery and improve their lifestyle.
Since graduating from Sydney University with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy, Jo’s career has been exciting, varied, challenging and rewarding. From early days as a new graduate in the Public Hospital system to 10 years in Private Practice, to a further 15 years in the Private Hospital system. Jo has seen it all!
Her experience is vast and includes orthopaedics, musculoskeletal, sporting rehabilitation, neurological rehab and Women’s Health; both antenatal and postnatal, have been at the forefront of her career to date. Jo believes that maintenance of physical health is the principal foundation through all stages of life and is passionate about working with clients to overcome pain, injury or impairment so they may be in the best physical shape possible. Jo decided in 2017 that it was time for a new career direction and the My Mobile Physio Team were absolutely thrilled to welcome this vibrant and energetic mentor.
Working with the fabulous team at My Mobile Physio enables Jo to utilise and share her clinical skills, experience and knowledge to provide the highest level of physiotherapy care to her clients in their home. She cares deeply about keeping the population strong, independent and living life to the fullest. Jo lives and breathes her profession. She is a runner, an ocean swimmer, a Bikram yoga devotee, a surf club member of her beloved Coogee Beach and a Mum to 3 busy teens. Life is full…and that’s the way she likes it!