Aylene FinePhysiotherapist and Practice Owner
Aylene qualified in 1997 from the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. She later completed a post graduate course in Orthopedic Manipulative Therapy. Over the years, she has completed numerous physiotherapy courses to further her education and clinical skills. She has worked in private practice in South Africa, the UK and Australia. Aylene has a special interest in treating neck and back pain, and enjoys treating sports injuries.
Nicky McLellanPhysiotherapist and Practice Owner
Nicky qualified in South Africa in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. She later completed a course in Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy. She has worked in private practice in South Africa, England and Australia, and has undertaken many courses to further her knowledge and improve her clinical skills. She has a special interest in treating necks and backs, and having completed over 30 marathons, she is very passionate about running injuries!
Harris initially completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage Therapy ( 2007) followed by a Bachelor of Applied Science (Sports and Exercise Science) (2011). He took a liking to hands-on therapy coupled with exercise rehabilitation, so he completed a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Rehabilitation) (2013). Harris finally achieved his true calling when he completed his Doctor of Physiotherapy at Macquarie university (2017). Harris has previously worked in Aged Care and in Hospital settings, as well as in sport rehabilitation with elite and sub elite sporting teams. He is passionate about all sports but is best known for his love of football.
Sharon completed a Bachelor of Science degree in exercise physiology at Simon Fraser University (Canada) in 2009 and completed a Master of Physiotherapy at The University of Sydney in 2017. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Through the course of her career she has worked with people that have chronic pain or illness, acute injuries, neurological disorders, and surgical procedures. As a movement specialist she analyses the way people compensate when they perform meaningful activities and helps to break down tasks into manageable parts. She is passionate about providing ways to relieve symptoms of pain and discomfort so that patients can return to their hobbies and life. Her own hobbies include playing volleyball, paddle boarding, and hiking.
Monique BrigattiPractice Manager
Monique grew up in a small town in WA called Leeman where her passion for sports began. This included 13 years of netball coaching, some tennis, badminton, cricket and football. Her greatest sports achievement was in Fencing (Foil). She was placed 14th in the state after 4 years until injury retired her to non-contact sports. Monique is a keen gardener, loves her animals, reading and cares for people. She holds a current First Aid Certificate. Monique has been in the Hospitality industry for 24 years including office management and reception.
Cecilia came to Australia from Europe and now calls Sydney home. After working for 15 years in the software business she changed professions and worked 3 years as a medical receptionist in a large hospital in Paris. She has lived in five countries and is fluent in six languages (English, French, Greek, Japanese, Hungarian and Romanian). She is interested in different cultures and loves books, art, animals and nature.
Maxine has lived in Eastgardens for the last 27 years, where she and her husband raised and educated their three children in the local area. She has a wealth of knowledge and experience communicating with clients in the IT industry, having worked as a programmer for 14 years and then as a sales consultant for 10 years. She has recently joined our Maroubra road physiotherapy practice to balance her lifestyle and social interaction with members of the community. She enjoys oil painting and singing, and keeps fit by swimming and power walking.