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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.

With over 28 years of Professional Physiotherapy experience, Andrew Hughes was amongst the first group of Physiotherapists to attain the title “Sports Physiotherapist” in Australia. In 1992, Andrew became the founding Director and owner of Sports Focus Physiotherapy through their first practice in Liverpool, NSW. He still treats patients at our Liverpool Physiotherapy location as well as Wynyard Physiotherapy.

Andrew has had numerous team appointments throughout his distinguished career, including The Australian Men’s Volleyball Team, Football Federation Australia (FFA), Australian Beach Socceroos Team, NSW Cricket Team, NSW Hockey team, NSW Soccer Team, NSL soccer champions – Marconi Stallions and consultant appointments to Australian Triathlon and the NSW Institute of Sport. Andrew is currently Team Physiotherapist for the Hakoah, Sydney City East Football Club in the NSW Premier League 1.

Andrew has been appointed as a Sports Physiotherapist to numerous Australian Teams competing at major world sporting events including the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, 1995 World University Games, numerous World Volleyball Championships and World Cups, 2013 and 2017 Maccabiah Games.

Andrew lectures nationally and internationally on Sports Medicine related topics and is a successful inventor of Orthopaedic Bracing Technologies.

Outside of work, Andrew continues to be a Sports Tragic but enjoys spending adventurous time with his 3 boys as well as playing guitar and competing in Masters Soccer events.

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Chris is experienced in all Physiotherapy treatable conditions and has special interest in sports related injuries, striving for excellent outcomes with optimal recovery times.

He gained his Bachelor of Health Sciences from Sydney University graduating with a Masters of Physiotherapy.

In addition, Chris has special interest in lower back and neck pain presentations and is passionate about getting the best outcome for his clients.

He treats with a strong focus on manual therapy techniques in the rehabilitation process as the client builds toward independence and self-management in their treatment. Additionally, Chris has post graduate training in dry needling.

Chris is an enthusiastic member of our Physio team and continues to work with Sydney Grammar Rugby and Basketball teams and previously with Marconi Stallions Football club. He skilfully designs rehabilitation programs as well as strength and conditioning programs for athletes and casual gym goers targeting effective and return to full function.

In his own time, Chris enjoys a range of sports including Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Surfing, Running and lifting weights.

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Kate graduated from the University of Sydney in 2001 with first class honours. She has worked in musculoskeletal physiotherapy since 2002 with extensive private practice experience in Sydney and London.

Part of her practice experience involved working with national rugby league teams. Kate has a special clinical interest in spinal dysfunction (especially necks) as well as treating running injuries.

Kate often uses dry needling as well as some traditional acupuncture to compliment her very hands on treatments. She is a firm believer that a physio’s manual therapy work is extremely valuable in a patients recovery.

In 2016 Kate completed her APPI Pilates for Physiotherapists training and enjoys using Pilates training to assist rehabilitating her patients. She works part-time and is also full-time mum to 3 kids.

Her personal interests include a love of long distance running, snow-skiing and travelling.

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