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Physiotherapist – Andrew Huynh

Bachelors of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)

Background

Andrew  is the head physio and director of ESPR Therapy & Training. He has a passion for building resilience and strength in his clients to allow them to return to pre-injury activities and achieve their physical goals.

Andrew completed his Bachelors of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. He has worked in both public and private sectors as well as within an elite NPL 1 football club where he was involved in modifying training loads and integrating rehab programs to help athletes return to sport.

Over the years he has developed an interest in strength and conditioning which led him to complete an internship at one of Sydney’s most renowned athlete development gyms – Ethos Performance. From this he learnt to program training blocks to improve the athletes specific movement qualities to enhance their sporting performance.

Andrew has also completed further study in pain science and dry needling which has allowed him to understand the complexity of chronic pain syndromes and ultimately minimise symptoms.

    Special Interests

    • Pain & Injury Rehabilitation programs
    • Strengthening and Conditioning Training Programs
    • Flexibility Programs
    • Cardiovascular Programs
    • Return to Sports Rehabilitation

    Psychologist – Sarah McAneney

    MPsych, PsyBA General

    Background

    Sarah is an experienced psychologist who is passionate about supporting and empowering people to bring about positive change in their lives. Her work is based on the principles of trust, respect and collaboration. She draws on evidence-based therapies, tailored to the strengths, and needs of the individual client. Sarah has worked with clients experiencing a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, stress, grief, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, Complex Trauma, self-esteem, veteran mental health, cross-cultural adjustment, expat relocation, issues affecting LGBTIQ patients.

    Sarah specialises in working with:

    • Trauma– bullying, domestic violence, sexual assault and childhood trauma
    • Perinatal mental health – antenatal, postnatal depression and anxiety, issues around fertility, IVF, and miscarriage

    Dietitian – Claudia Ongko

    B Sc. Food Science and Technology/Nutrition (Hons) (UNSW)
    M Sc. Nutrition and Dietetics (USYD)

    Background

    Claudia is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian. She works with people of all ages with various nutrition needs, such as general healthy eating, intuitive eating, weight management, diabetes, heart health, gastrointestinal health, elderly health, and more.

    Claudia wants to share her expertise in nutrition and help you understand the impact of nutrition on both our physical and mental well-being. She is committed to providing only up-to-date, evidence-based information and advice.

    Claudia works with a “no one size fits all” approach when it comes to nutrition. Claudia understands that every individual is different and unique in their own way. She is here to ensure that you are well-supported through this journey of making informed dietary choices to live a happy and healthful life. Food is a pleasure and it makes us feel good. Claudia provides personalised solutions and guidance to help you find your balance and achieve your goals without struggles.

    In Claudia’s spare time, she enjoys cooking and experimenting with recipes, going on food ventures, taking long walks, and attending gym classes.