Stephanie Tang – Active Physiotherapy
Stephanie is a physiotherapist with 21 years of experience in diagnosing, treating and prescribing holistic strategies for her patients. Whether this involves injury management & prevention, pain reduction or performance optimisation, she has succeeded in providing valuable and meaningful results.
A true student of her craft she has trained with Health Care Leaders in Australia and abroad to increase her expertise in the areas of:
- Assessment and treatment via the ‘Connect Therapy and Thoracic Ring Approach’ as founded by Dr L.J. Lee
- Advanced Manual Therapy Techniques to the Pelvis/ Ribs/ Spine
- Management of patients undergoing Prolotherapy and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy particularly for Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
- Visceral Mobilisation
- GEMt Dry Needling
- APPI Clinical Pilates (Mat and Equipment) and Barre based Exercises
- RTUS for abdominal/ pelvic floor muscles assessment and retraining
Stephanie is a big advocate of movement/task analysis which enables her to identify the root of one’s problem rather than just practising symptomatic treatment. Via the ’Connect Therapy and the Thoracic Ring Approach’, which is an assessment method that involves identification of drivers (body regions) that are the primary cause of one’s problem. This coupled with treatment of one’s immediate region of complain, allows for more effective and long-lasting outcomes.
Stephanie is a strong believer of “Body Management” that takes into account all body systems including joints, muscles, fascial, visceral and neural systems, that can have an impact on efficiency and performance.
Stephanie is also a believer of an active management approach. She is an accredited APPI Pilates instructor and is experienced in running mat and equipment based pilates classes.
Personally, she enjoys participating in Barre and pilates classes for dynamic mobility( mat and reformer based) and TrX classes for her own body management, which also gives her good insight on exercise techniques and body movement. She enjoys the outdoors and loves snowboarding, stand up paddle boarding and hiking. She is a keen basketball and soccer fan as well.
Tamlyn Edwards – Active Physiotherapy
Having been active and played organised sports for many years, Tamlyn has had her fair share of injuries. After her initial studies in Human Kinetics in Canada, Tamlyn completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney.
Tamlyn has worked with a wide variety of populations and conditions, such as chronic pain, work injuries, and sedentary lifestyle injuries. She has also provided sports coverage for junior and senior rugby union teams and ultra-marathons, earning experience in acute sporting injuries and working with weekend warriors.
Tamlyn strongly believes in using a combination of manual techniques with exercise rehabilitation, to empower her clients, help achieve their goals, and to prevent future injuries. As a runner herself, Tamlyn has a particular interest in running related injuries.
In her spare time, you can find Tamlyn exploring new areas to hike and surf, running, and being with her friends and family.
Will Cole – Active Physiotherapy
As a keen footballer, Will knows what it takes to diagnose and rehabilitate injuries. From simple corks to more complex neck and back pain, Will can do it all. Having graduated from Macquarie University, Will has worked for various Rugby and Football Clubs performing on field injury management. Will plays football at a high level on weekend for his club. Will is also a Pilates instructor and uses this knowledge to re-train his clients with the most effective exercises, tailored just for them.
Andrea Pantoja – Active Physiotherapy
Dr. John Panagopoulos – Active Physiotherapy
Having graduated from the University of Sydney, John has been a practising physiotherapist for over 24 years, working in Australia and abroad. He also has a Bachelor of Medical Science, majoring in Anatomy. These complementary degrees serve to strengthen his knowledge of normal and pathological anatomy and physiology.
Martyn Morris – Active Physiotherapy Newtown
Martyn is the co-Director of Active Physiotherapy Newtown. He has over 14 years of experience as a physiotherapist and is particularly practised in helping clients with jaw pain/TMJ, headaches, hip and lower back pain. He is the go-to-guy for more complex cases when all else has failed. He is also proficient in the use of some more specialised forms of treatment, such as craniosacral therapy and dry needling.
Kathryn Cowen – Active Physiotherapy
Kathryn is a highly experienced physiotherapist who enjoys working with her patients to understand not only what is driving their pain or dysfunction, but also to understand the whole person, their lifestyle and interests. This ensures she is delivering a bespoke treatment to each patient, based on their individual needs.
Adrian Jollow – Active Physiotherapy
Adrian is a hand therapist with a keen interest in dealing with traumatic hand injury. He works closely with surgeons and patients to provide the best outcome. As a hand therapist, he cares about that bent and swollen finger, the mum with a sore wrist, those tingling fingers, that sensitive scar, that broken wrist, the painful elbow, the arthritic thumb and all conditions affecting the hand, wrist, forearm and elbow.
Jonathon Tan – Active Physiotherapy
Jonathon’s special interest is around lower limb mechanics and injury, helping people return to their optimal function. He works cohesively with clients, listening to their needs and devising a rehabilitation plan specifically tailored to their aims and goals.