About The Move Clinic
We’re focused on you achieving positive long-term health outcomes through physical activity. With our help, you control the process of reducing or preventing injury, chronic disease or pain. We use a powerful combination of education, manual therapy and physical exercises in individual and group settings to improve your health condition and reduce your pain. Our consultations aim to empower you with the knowledge, lifestyle strategies and movement techniques to self-manage your health.
We believe prevention is better than cure, and physical conditioning for sport performance and daily life is crucial.
What Sets Move Clinic Apart
From the moment you walk in our doors, you’ll notice that we are different. Coming to Move Clinic is a unique experience for many reasons.
We treat more than symptoms
At Move Clinic, our goal is to fix your problem, not simply treat your symptoms. We work to determine the underlying cause of your condition. For example, if you come to us with neck pain, we won’t just look at your neck. We’ll look at the rest of your body to help you understand what is going on, and why. We’ll then develop a treatment plan that will not only help with your recovery, but will also reduce the likelihood of the condition or injury reoccurring.
We’re not just Physios
At Move Clinic, we are a team of Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists and Personal Trainers. We have also partnered with an Accredited Practising Dietician who works here every week. We understand that sometimes our clients require an integrated approach to reach their goals or treat their condition. We use the skills of our whole team to develop strategies to help you achieve the best possible outcomes for your health.
We understand what it takes to be the best
Move Clinic is owned and run by two of Australia’s top athletes. Lee and Andrea have dedicated years of effort to their sport and their professions alike. They understand what it takes to get the best results from your body.
Meet The Team
Lee is a broadly experienced Physiotherapist with a history of working with patients across an extremely diverse health spectrum. He has a strong passion for helping people to change their physical experience and movement behaviours. His assessment and treatment methods are firmly grounded in the biomechanical details of human movement, while also having a strong focus on the emotional and behavioural elements that are critical to long-term sustainable change.
Lee’s interest in the human body and improving movement performance began as a teenager when he dedicated many hours to researching different training methods to help his rock climbing. He applied his knowledge to his climbing and has since spent the majority of the last two decades among the top climbers in Australia, establishing many of the country’s hardest and most adventurous climbs.
Dr Chris Flowers
Chris came to physiotherapy following a 10-year medical research career at the universities of Auckland, the Ecole Polytechnique Federal Lausanne (PhD) and Sydney University (Research Fellow). During this time, his interest in sports performance, holistic treatment, and health through active living influenced his lifestyle and subsequent career choice after he attained a Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Physiotherapy with Distinction.
Chris is passionate about applying the latest research to help people improve their quality of life. His sporting background, combined with his strong attention to detail, means Chris projects his high expectations of function from athletes upon all of his patients. He believes everyone has the right to live an empowered, pain-free life.
Having a strong interest in health and fitness from a young age, Liz has been involved in numerous sports & outdoor pursuits.
Understanding the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and efficient movement patterns, Liz has pursued a career in Physiotherapy, with a personal focus on ‘prevention as cure’.
Liz has worked in both acute and rehabilitation hospitals, as well as specialist private practice Physiotherapy settings for the spine and pelvis. Liz uses a whole body approach to assess movement, and manual therapy (MET, neural, cranial & visceral release) & strength and conditioning to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal dysfunction.
Ben‘s persistent and diligent approach to life has provided him with a strong skillset in his career as a physiotherapist and personal sports.
Ben graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Physiotherapy and has strong experience working within private practice and hospital settings for post-operative rehabilitation and hydrotherapy. He has grown a love for assisting sports men and women in reaching their training and performances goals, helping injured workers get back on the job or gently assisting the elderly patient gain the strength and confidence they need to take on the world!
Having been one of Australia’s strongest rock climbers for more than 20 years, Ben understands the nuances of balancing injuries and optimising performance. With a special interest in upper limbs from a background in climbing and tree-lopping Ben is keen to help every kind of person reach every kind of goal!
Our Exercise Physiologists
Andrea has been working in the health and fitness industry for over 10 years. She has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science), a Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology and is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA). She has extensive experience in personal training, aged care, clinical rehabilitation, hydrotherapy, chronic disease, disability and injury treatment.
Andrea has a background as an elite gymnast and is currently one of Australia’s best rock climbers. She believes a strong, well-moving body is crucial to living a healthy life and is passionate about making exercise an enjoyable experience for all her clients.
Sarah is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, having completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Sport and Exercise Science) and a Masters of Exercise Physiology in 2015. Since graduation, Sarah has built skills in clinical rehabilitation, balance and falls prevention, clinical Pilates and working within the NDIS framework for patients with varying disabilities.
Sarah is passionate about the concept of exercise as medicine. She has a special interest in exercise prescription for foot/ankle injuries, knee conditions, lower back pain, shoulder injuries and postural imbalances. With a patient and caring approach, Sarah loves helping clients integrate regular physical activity into their lives, or helping them continue to do the sport they love.
Sarah has a personal background in tennis, having played in tournaments around NSW, and has more recently discovered a passion for running. On an artistic note, Sarah explores the Blue Mountains from behind a camera lens and takes photos with a Canon 600D.
Our Personal Trainers
Jayden is a certified Level 1 Strength and Conditioning coach with the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association. He has completed his Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science and is currently studying a Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Technology Sydney.
Jayden has a keen interest in working alongside athletes and has completed internships with the Western Sydney Raptors Rugby Union Junior Team, Academy of Sport Speed and Agility Australia and the Australian Olympic Canoe/Kayak Slalom Team.
Jayden has a background of team sports, running, climbing and recently has been pursuing barbell sports such as Powerlifting and Weightlifting. His aim is to show people how to incorporate strength training into their sport and lifestyle.
Our Front Office Coordinators
Our clients will be greeted by our Front Office Coordination team of Caitlin Perkins, Dannielle Ryan and Natasha Hunt. Both Dannielle and Natasha are currently studying Physiotherapy. Dannielle is a qualified Pilates Instructor. Caitlin has a background in law. Natasha volunteers with WIRES Australian Wildlife Rescue Organisation to rehabilitate injured wildlife, in her spare time. Each enjoy working in an environment that is filled with positive energy and that motivates people to take control of their health through movement. They each enjoy fitness outside of study and work, with keen interests particularly in running and pilates.