APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist
Ashlea Mary has an interest in the prevention and treatment of Musculoskeletal disorders and Sports injuries. Her love of dance and the arts has seen her gain employment as a Physiotherapist with musical theatre and dance productions in Sydney: Les Miserables (2015), Anything Goes (2015), Belgium Dance Company, Sydney Tour (2015), Mark Morris Dance Company (2015), Fiddler on the Roof (2016), We Will Rock You (2016), My Fair Lady (2016, 2017), Diary of a Wombat (2017) and Carmen motion picture (2021). Ashlea worked as the Principal Physiotherapist for Bangarra Dance Theatre in 2016-2017. She is currently the Principal Physiotherapist for Sydney Dance Company.
Sporting athletes will benefit from Ashlea’s clinical reasoning and rehabilitation skills along with dancers profiting from her expertise in conducting Pre Pointe Assessments and Dance Screenings.
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Kevin’s passion for sports has seen him work with numerous sporting teams including Western Suburbs Magpies AFL team (2013-2017), Rugby Union Shute Shield (Norths Rugby Union) (2015-2017) and the Cronulla – Sutherland Sharks Harold Matthews and SG Ball Rugby League teams (2018). Currently, he is a game-day physiotherapist to the NRL referees. This has provided him with a greater insight into structuring programs for injury prevention and management, as well as gym-based programs for amateur and semi-professional athletes.
Since a young age, Kevin has had a vision of assisting the community to live a healthy and active lifestyle. He is continually learning to understand the demands of different work environments and sports by actively involving himself in them. Outside the clinic he enjoys sprinting, weightlifting and also taking up the whistle to referee Oz-tag at a local, state and national level.
With his knowledge and expertise in a variety of areas, Kevin is ready and eager to assist all individuals with a hunger and passion to perform at their Peak.
Shannon’s true passion lies in dance. She is an accomplished dancer herself and has been teaching dance in the Sutherland Shire for over 10 years. This experience allows Shannon to have a unique understanding of dance injuries and provides her with the ability to prescribe specific injury management programs, returning her patients to dance at a greater standard than before. Shannon is also passionate about injury prevention which has led her to work with numerous dancers who are keen to improve their performance and prevent an injury. Shannon spent the last two years working in New Zealand where she was involved in presenting injury prevention seminars to the New Zealand Dance Company.
Shannon has also completed further study in the area of Women’s health physiotherapy and is committed to supporting the well-being and fitness of women of all ages, from pregnancy to menopause and beyond. She provides thorough and effective treatment for pregnancy-related issues and post-natal care, pelvic floor dysfunction, continence, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain.
Shannon has also gained qualifications in Clinical Pilates and often likes to incorporate this style of rehabilitation when treating her Women’s Health and Dance patients.
From a young age, she has lived an active lifestyle and fell in love with physiotherapy after regular assessment and maintenance to allow her to perform at her best. Isabella has an interest in the prevention and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries stemming from her passion of dance. She has over 16 years of experience dancing at a high competitive level and has trained in classical, contemporary and jazz dance along with years training in acrobatics.
Isabella has worked as the physiotherapist for the Southern Districts Rugby Club’s Athletic Development Program (2021) and is now keen to help others realise their physical potential and assist them to reach their goals and return to all activities. Outside physiotherapy she enjoys pole fitness, pilates and oztag.
Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist
Robert has an interest in the prevention and treatment of Musculoskeletal disorders and Sports injuries. His love of Rugby (League, Union, Oztag and Touch) resulted in him being a patient of Peak Performance and in turn was eager to join the team.
Robert worked as the Principal Exercise Physiologist for Veritas Executive Health 2020-2021 and constantly trains for athletic performance as a referee for NSW Rugby League. He also has experience working with chronic pain, semi-professional athletic conditioning and sports injury rehabilitation which he puts to good use, both in the clinic and in his training. He is always trying to better himself to provide an ever-growing quality of his work for his patients.
All athletes will benefit from Robert’s personal sporting experience and rehabilitation skills. He is passionate about helping others and seeing them at their peak.
Georgette currently delivers exercise prescriptions at several clinical pilates studios and for Full-time Dance Organisations (Ettingshausens Pro and Brent Street Classical/Contemporary).
Georgette studied and worked alongside respected accredited Exercise Physiologist Donna Oliver, where she Completed her a Diploma in Pilates Movement Therapy Rehabilitation. Working with Donna inspired Georgette to continue her education in a Master’s of Exercise Science and Rehabilitation at University of Wollongong.
In 2014, Georgette Graduated with an Honours in Dance from The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, NYC. She has trained and performed extensively in contemporary dance, modern dance and classical ballet in NYC, UK and Australia. Her greatest achievements have been dancing with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, NYC Theatre, Scottish Dance Theatre, Dundee Rep, UK and Russell Maliphant Company, UK.
Georgette has had an extreme interest in anatomy, movement science and dance specific exercise since living in NYC and the UK for 4 years. Her fascination not only assisted her musculoskeletal issues with hypermobility but enhanced her passion and desires to educate all dancers and non-dancers in how to discover their bodies by applying an anatomical and biomechanical approach, to assist their movement in a pain-free and less fatiguing range.
We are excited to have Georgette join the Peak Team.
She is also a trained classical, contemporary and latin ballroom dancer with over 16 years experience. She began Pilates to build increased strength and flexibility to compliment her dancing but ended up falling in love with all that Pilates had to offer.
Prior to undertaking her pilates training she completed a Bachelor of Business Management in 2020 at the University of Technology Sydney, however, found that her love of pilates took over.
Over the period of her studies, she was mentored and gained an array of knowledge and invaluable experience, which has provided a great foundation for her teaching career. Bianca is passionate about Pilates and improving the wellbeing of people and is excited to work with the Peak Performance Physiotherapy team.