Proudly serving quality physiotherapy and sports physiotherapy in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, including Bondi Beach, Bellevue Hill, Rose Bay, Double Bay, Edgecliff, Darlinghurst, Surry Hills, Randwick, Bronte, Clovelly, Coogee and other surrounding suburbs.

At Physio K, we have a simple but fundamental philosophy; that prevention is better than cure.

As active people, we all love to feel good and enjoy a full life, but when injury occurs, the pain can be unbearable.

Sometimes, pain may develop and the root cause is not immediately evident.

This is when Physio K can help.

Our mission is to get you back into action as soon as possible.

We provide elite level treatment in a professional and welcoming environment. We tailor all physio treatments to your individual needs. To do this, we delve deep during the diagnosis phase to ensure we get to the root cause of the pain. We use clinical reasoning to assess the symptoms and diagnose the cause.

We then adopt the most appropriate and innovative treatment to help you recover and get back into action as soon as possible.


Meet The Team


Senior Physiotherapist

Kenny is a passionate, driven Physiotherapist with over 13 years’ experience as an independent Practitioner across Physiotherapy, Manual therapy and Sports Rehabilitation. He has worked in a number of private practices and has since concentrated on musculoskeletal problems and sport injuries. Kenny believes in holistic physiotherapy and is passionate about identifying and addressing the underlying cause of your pain rather than just treating the symptoms. He has particular interests and expertise within low back pain, neck pain and headaches, core stability and sports injuries.



Anthony is an energetic, and motivated therapist with a diverse sporting background. He has been working with and around athletes for the majority of his career which includes involvement with several different semi-professional rugby league and football clubs. His primary interests lie within the musculoskeletal field of practice with a strong focus on manual therapy and prescriptive exercise rehabilitation. He also has a keen interest in acute injuries, post-op rehab, lower back and neck pain and hip dysfunction resulting from posture and occupational related injuries. ​



Jerome completed his training at the British School of Osteopathy in London in 2012 and came to Australia in 2014, working in private practices in both Canberra and Sydney. His expertise lies in treating a broad range of painful conditions, from common aches and pains to orthopaedic injuries and everything in-between.

Jerome has worked extensively with men’s and women’s ACT Premier League soccer and has developed a strong interest in the osteopathic treatment of sports and performance injuries.