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Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Australian Catholic University

Available at North Sydney.

General and Sports Physiotherapy.

Speaks English and Greek.

"Each person's goal is their whole world and helping them achieve that goal means the world to me."

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Why did Stathis become a physiotherapist?

Stathis has a strong passion for helping people in any way possible and to assist them in achieving their goals, whether that’s to become pain free or to run a marathon.

Stathis' treatment style

Stathis has a strong focus on injury rehabilitation and pain management. Stathis aims to equip his patients with the knowledge and skills to partake in their own management and prevention of injury. He is well versed in manual therapy techniques involving muscle release and mobilisation techniques to help relieve your pain and move better. He takes great pride in guiding his patients to return to sport/gym following an injury. He also enjoys postural retraining and dry needling the lower limb. 


Conditions I'm passionate about treating:

  • Lower back and neck pain

  • Complex knee and shoulder conditions 

  • Gym and sporting injuries

  • Age related health conditions


Key experiences

  • Physiotherapist at Infinite Health for 5 years.

  • Aged care and disability physiotherapist.

  • Dulwich Hill Football Club - where Stathis diagnosed and treated acute sporting injuries, and provided on field injury management.



  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Australian Catholic University (ACU).

  • Dry Needling Physiotherapy Level 1

  • Spinal Physiotherapy Part A (Cervical)

  • The Jenny McConnell approach to problematic shoulders.

Stathis' sports and common injuries he sees in it:

Water polo, swimming and touch football - neck/back pain, ankle sprains, knee and shoulder conditions.

Which sporting legends does Stathis look up to?

LeBron James

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