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Physiotherapy

Whether you’re a high-level sports person or have suffered from something as simple as a sprained ankle, Sports Focus Physiotherapy has experience in treating strains and sprains, work injuries, sports injuries – in fact, the full range of musculoskeletal ailments.

Vivian Yung graduated from the University of Sydney with first class honours in 2010. She has worked in the Royal North Shore Hospital’s outpatient and orthopaedic departments and private practices before joining Sports Focus Physiotherapy in 2012. Recently, Vivian has undertaken further studies with the Australian Physiotherapy Association in the area of Women’s Pelvic Health and is using this advancement in her knowledge to supplement her Pilates rehabilitation and exercise to help Women through Pregnancy aches and pains and post-natal recovery.

She also has a special interest in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, in particular neck and back pain, running and gait analysis. Her evidence-based physiotherapy research led her to her honours research on low back pain and patient satisfaction. In 2011, she presented her research paper at the International Congress of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy in Amsterdam.

Outside of work, Vivian enjoys time with her young family, going outdoors, camping and playing sports. She represented Australia in four World Kendo Championships, achieving 3rd place in team event in 2018 and a top 16 individual result in 2009 and 2012. She was also a NSW state representative in table tennis and was invited to compete at the Sydney 2000 Olympic selection trial.

Vivian Yung graduated from the University of Sydney with first class honours in 2010. She has wor... Read More

Ben has been a physiotherapist for over 20 years and has worked with elite winter snow sport athletes over this period whom he loves helping prepare to achieve their goals in skiing and snowboarding. Ben has been a NSW Institute of Sport preferred service provider 2000-19, Australian Paralympic Team Physiotherapist 1997-2004 and is a National Alpine Classifier with the Australian Paralympic Committee. He is an International Para Alpine and Para Snowboarder Classifier. Ben has also been an Olympic Winter Institute Australia physiotherapist. Ben is located at our Northbridge Physiotherapy and Willoughby Physiotherapy locations.

In addition to his love for snow sports, Ben loves diagnosing running injuries and picking apart running styles. He particularly enjoys the personal side of physiotherapy – “I love that I get to learn something from all my patients. Everyone is an expert at something and I am inquisitive and full of questions.” When not hitting the slopes himself in his spare time, Ben is also an avid rugby fan, supporting the Waratahs and attending games at every opportunity.

Ben has been a physiotherapist for over 20 years and has worked with elite winter snow sport athl... Read More

Matthew graduated from the University of Sydney in 2015 with a Masters of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Health Science (majoring in movement sciences). His interest in physiotherapy emerged while assessing human movement and diagnosing muscle imbalances and acute injuries. Matt’s true passion is transitioning his client’s painful injuries into robust rehabilitation programs and getting them back to the things they love.

Matt is currently the head of physiotherapy at the North Shore Mariners FC. He also with a Football Federation Australian physiotherapist with the “Future Matildas” squad. He has been the team physio for the Sydney Blue Sox in the Australian Baseball League, Marconi Stallions FC and Hakoah FC in the National Premier League, and was involved with Norths Rugby in the Shute Shield and various other school and club sport.

Since graduating Matt has commenced the pathway to become a specialist sports physiotherapist. He has completed various other qualifications such as the NeckSafe spinal safety program. A new interesting addition to his clinical work is the use of blood flow restriction or blood occlusion training – get in contact to see how this device may assist your return to sport.

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