Physio in Sydney City

Looking for a Physio in Sydney City?

  • Quay Health is home to Dr David Aboud Dr Domenic Simeoni, Ms Brittany Taylor, Ms Tenae Leitch both Sydney City Physio’s
  • Quay Health is located on level 6, at 10 Bridge St in the Sydney City CBD (between George St and Pitt St).
  • Our Physiotherapists are available for physiotherapy appointments between 8am – 6pm, Monday to Friday.
  • Allow 30 minutes for your first appointment. This will cost $160.
  • Allow 30 minutes for follow-up appointments. These will cost $110.
  • To make a physiotherapy appointment please call 02 9252 2825 (7am – 7pm, Monday to Friday), or book online.

About Physio 

Physiotherapist’s are healthcare professionals who spend 4-5 years at university learning to assess, diagnose, treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions. Physio’s work to prevent disability and disease through their personally designed treatment sessions and management plans. Physio’s are experts in function and movement and prioritise working in partnership with their patients. They aim to assist in overcoming of movement disorders, which may be present from birth, acquired through injury or accident or are the result of ageing processes and life-changing events.

Physiotherapists can help you recover from injury, reduce pain and stiffness, and increase joint mobility. By listening to your needs and collaborating information gained in you sessions a physiotherapist will formulate an appropriate treatment for your condition, including setting goals and treatment outcomes.

When to see a Physio

Most people visit a Physio after they experience pain in the muscles or joints, or nerve pain.

Examples of what many people have visited our physiotherapist’s includes:

  • Headaches, migraine and jaw pain
  • Sporting injuries
  • Muscle strains and spasms
  • Neck, back, and joint pain, including disc injuries
  • Postural back pain
  • Nerve entrapments such as carpal tunnel and sciatica

If you are unsure if we can help you, feel free to call our clinic reception and request a ‘call back’ from one of the team. We can have a brief discussion with you about your concerns and advise you as to what direction is most suitable.

What to expect at your first appointment

Your first appointment with a Quay Health Physio will be approximately 30-45 minutes in duration. During this time your physio will discuss  your specific reason for the visit, gain information about your complaint and medical history. Any other relevant information such as daily routines of office work, sports and hobbies, which may be contributing to your current symptoms will also be investigated.

Your physio will then carry out a number of specifically designed tests. This testing may include orthopaedic tests, muscle testing, spinal examination, postural assessment, and neurological testing. This will provide important information for future treatment and management choices.

To carry out these tests it is often necessary for you to remove outer layers of clothing, dependant on which body part/s require assessment. You will never have to remove your underwear. Gowns and towelling are always available to cover areas that are not being assessed.

On your first visit  you will usually receive some form of treatment – unless your physiotherapist deems that it’s un-safe to do so.

Return visits are usually 20-30 minutes long and offer treatment & periodic comparative assessments to ensure you are continually progressing towards your goals.

Our Physios:

Dr David Aboud

OSTEOPATH & PHYSIOTHERAPIST – B.APP.SCI (OSTEO), M.OSTEO, D.PHYS
DIRECTOR, QUAY HEALTH SYDNEY

David Aboud Physiotherapist and Osteopath

At Quay Health, our in-house Physiotherapist is practice Principal Dr David Aboud.

As both a Physiotherapist and an Osteopath with over a decade of experience, David presents a unique skill set as a practitioner that combines the vast array of Osteopathic techniques with the evidence based approach of Physiotherapy.

David is a registered practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), Osteopathy Australia (OA), the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and Sports Medicine Australia (SMA).

You can read more about David here.

David is available at Quay Health Monday through Friday. Call 02 9252 2825 to make an appointment. Or book online.

Dr Domenic Simeoni

PHYSIOTHERAPIST –B.EXSCI, D.PHYS
QUAY HEALTH SYDNEY

Growing up in the United States, Domenic completed his Bachelors of Exercise Science at the University of Connecticut. He then pursued further education within the rehabilitation realm, completing a Doctor of Physiotherapy program at the George Washington University in Washington, DC. Utilising his education in both Exercise Science and Physiotherapy, Domenic then spent several years working in outpatient physiotherapy in New York City, treating a wide variety of patients with musculoskeletal and sport related injuries.

Domenic has developed a passion for incorporating a variety of manual and exercise techniques into his approach to treating and preventing injuries in his patients. His approach to rehab is tailored to correcting strength and mobility imbalances around an injury, as well as improving posture and body movement mechanics to help prevent injuries in the future.

Domenic is a registered practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA).

Domenic is available at Quay Health Monday through Friday. Call (02) 9252 2825 to make an appointment. Or book online.

Brittany Taylor

PHYSIOTHERAPIST –
QUAY HEALTH SYDNEY

Growing up in Cronulla as a keen swimmer and waterpolo player Brittany’s passion to study Physio emerged after suffering a number of injuries herself. Brittany completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Australian Catholic University in 2016.

Upon graduating, she has gained a broad experience working in private practice treating sports and musculoskeletal injuries alongside special interests in rehabilitating hand and wrist injuries and conditions associated with pregnancy and postpartum. In addition, Brittany has acquired invaluable knowledge providing acute physio coverage to Scots College Rugby.

When treating patients, Brittany uses a combination of manual therapy and specific therapeutic exercise to reduce pain and correct instabilities. Brittany is a problem solver and enjoys assessing how a client moves as a whole to target and treat the underlying cause of their pain. She also holds qualifications in Dry Needling.

Read more about Brittany Taylor…

Brittany is a registered practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA).

Brittany is available at Quay Health Monday through Friday. Call (02) 9252 2825 to make an appointment. Or book online.

Tenae Leitch

PHYSIOTHERAPIST –
QUAY HEALTH SYDNEY

Tenae completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Australian Catholic University where she gained exposure to Women’s Health Physiotherapy and has since developed extensive experience with pre and postnatal rehabilitation within the private practice setting. Tenae has recently returned from international Physiotherapy work in the UK where she worked in the NHS and with semi-professional Rugby Union. She also has post-graduate professional qualifications in Dry needling, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation, Pilates and Sports Level 1. She currently enjoys working with elite Triathletes and has been the interstate Fremantle Dockers Football Club Sports Trainer.

Tenae is a keen sportswoman herself, having played netball at a national level, AFL internationally and is now currently an active Triathlete. With a large sporting background directing her ambition to become a physiotherapist, Tenae has an acquisition for biomechanics, and commitment to improving a diverse range of clients with a focus on functional assessment and treatment, corrective exercise rehabilitation, and manual therapy.

Read more about Tenae Leitch…

Tenae is a registered practitioner with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA).

Tenae is available at Quay Health Monday through Friday. Call (02) 9252 2825 to make an appointment. Or book online.

Appointment times and fees

Physiotherapy appointments are available between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday. Bookings are essential.

Allow approximately 30  minutes for your first appointment. This will cost $160.
Allow 20-30 minutes for follow-up appointments. These will cost $110.

Payment methods available include cash, VISA, MasterCard and AMEX.

Private health fund rebates are available at the time of payment via HICPAS for those with ‘extras’ cover for Physiotherapy.

How to make a Physio appointment 

If you’re looking for a Physiotherapist in Sydney City CBD, please call our clinic reception team on 02 9252 2825 (7am – 7pm, Monday to Friday) or alternately, you can book online.