Jerome Murphy

Graduated from the University Hospitals Bradford UK in 1986.

Queens Medical Centre Nottingham 1987

Began private practice in Sydney in 1993 following 3 years clinical experience at RPA and RNS Hospitals Sydney

Established Sydney Physiotherapy in 1993 in Australia Square and developed an interest in sports injuries in particular the knee and the ACL.

Assisted in Physiotherapy in the Rugby World Cups of 1987,1991,1995 and 1999.

Assisted in Physiotherapy in the British Lions Tours of Australia in 1989 and NZ in 1993.

Honorary Physiotherapist for Woollahra Colleagues RFC 1993 to 2017

NSW Sub-districts Physiotherapist

NSW Under 85kg Rugby Championship Thailand

Major Post Graduate Courses

  • Level I Sports Sydney
  • Level 2 Sports Sydney
  • Level 3 Sports AIS Canberra
  • Spinal 1 Sydney
  • Spinal 2 Sydney
  • Spinal 3 Sydney
  • Peripheral 1 Sydney
  • Peripheral 2 Sydney
  • Peripheral 3 Sydney

Post Graduate Diploma in Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy 1993 / 5

Headaches and the Upper Cervical Spine Watson

Muscle Energy Principles

Mckenzie Principles

Mulligans Peripherals

Lower Limb Tendinopathy Malliaras

Rotator Cuff Tendonopathy Prof G Murrell

Assessment and Management of Rotator Cuff Littlewood

Hip Pathologies and Real Time Ultrasound Grimaldi

ACL and the Knee Ian Collier and Greg Craig

Patella Femoral Syndrome McConnell

Knee and Ankle Examination Dr Ken Crichton


Patrick McFadyen

Patrick recently joined Sydney Physiotherapy having completed his masters of Physiotherapy in 2016 at Sydney University (MPhty), preceded by a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science in 2014 (BExSc).

During his clinical placements and graduate year, Patrick gained invaluable experience treating all types of injuries with an emphasis on manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation. He is passionate about helping clients achieve their goals and return them to a fit, active and healthy lifestyle.

Patrick is also a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and has a strong commitment to ongoing personal development to stay up to date with the latest in physiotherapy.

In Patricks spare time you will find him surfing, playing golf or watching live music.

 


Andrew Fletcher

Andrew Fletcher

Andrew completed his Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Canberra in 2010, and worked in a multi-disciplinary pain management centre before completing his Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra in 2013.

Since graduating he has worked in a number of private practices in Canberra and Sydney covering all aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Gaining extensive experience along the way in the management of sports injuries, acute and chronic pain conditions, as well as orthopaedic and post operative rehabilitation.

Andrew has worked as the on-site physiotherapist in occupational health with the Darrel-Lea Chocolate factory; and has been the physio for UNSW State League Football teams.

The bulk of Andrew’s ongoing professional education has been focused on his interest in pain management and its application across all conditions and injuries. Andrew believes strongly in the role of physiotherapy to educate patients to be active and self-managing in their recovery.

Andrew has long since retired from the rugby field, however in his spare time he is still a mildly enthusiastic exerciser. Most recently enjoying playing oz-tag, gym training and social running.