Empowering people to achieve their goals
Physiotherapy has evolved over time. While we still maintain our focus on skilled assessment, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injury, pain and dysfunction; our approach has adapted and grown with the most current research and literature suggesting best practice and evidence based methods.
Effective care depends on obtaining effective results. At CPS we understand that results come from having the most current, evidence based knowledge of how to assess, treat, and perhaps more importantly, prevent injuries. We take the time to understand your problem, not just treat symptoms.
We are currently operating within the MyHealth Medical Centre in Newington, and at our new location in Burwood Plaza, allowing us to work closely with GP's and other allied health professionals such as podiatrists and dietitians. Our clinics continue to service the local community from athletes to the weekend warriors and everyone in between.
MEET THE TEAM
Sam Mahabady | Director B. Hth. Sc. (Human Movement), M. Phty, APAM
Sam graduated from the University of Sydney in 2012. Since graduating from USYD, Sam has worked in a private practice and as a physio for Qantas staff, treating sports related injuries, work-related injuries and post-operative rehabilitation. Sam brings a wealth of experience to the team, utlising the skills he's developed in the different areas of physio he's worked in, to provide the best evidence-based management for your injury.
Sam has experience at the elite level working with the Western Sydney Wanderers FC and the Cronulla Sharks RLFC alongside their respective high performance teams. This passion for quality care has become a hallmark of his approach in treating his patients.
Sam is currently the head physiotherapist for the Sydney Olympic Football Club, overseeing the men's 1st grade team on match day and guiding the juniors and women's rehabilitation and injury prevention programs.
Mitchell Stamatellis | Director B. App. Sc. (Phty), APAM
Mitchell graduated from the University of Sydney in 2013. Mitchell has worked in the private practice since graduating university, treating sports-related and work-related injuries. He has worked with staff at Harbour City Ferries and The Star Casino, along with conducting ergonomic assessments at different companies in the CBD. Mitchell also has a special interest in football (soccer) injuries and played at a semi-professional level in the NSW NPL Mens competition for over 10 years.
Mitchell's experience working as an occupational physiotherapist is invaluable when treating work related injuries. He has a great appreciation for the need to understand the nature of your work and how that can relate to not only your injury but ways in which these can be prevented in the future.
Mitchell is currently the head physiotherapist for the Sydney FC Women's W-League team.
Joey Kwan | Physiotherapist B. Ex. and Nutrition Sc., M. Phty, APAM
Joey graduated from the University of Sydney in 2018, wearing a variety of hats as a practising physiotherapist. Throughout her journey, Joey acquired experience working with a variety of patients nation-wide and internationally. She has treated a multitude of patients and different types of injuries at Physiotherapy and Sport Centres, Westmead and Royal North Shore Hospitals. Her exposure to different care environments produced a foundation for her keen eye in delivering priority care, supervising group care, rehabilitation exercises and providing education for appropriate interventions for optimal recovery to patients of all ages.
Over her tenure, Joey has dedicated her time volunteering in overseas hospitals, ultimately, perpetuating her compassionate and genuine care to the community.
Joey’s experience as a practising physiotherapist is one that is not only centred on improving your health but also enhancing your lifestyle. She greatly devotes herself to understanding the individual under her care, applying a holistic and creative lens on how to improve one’s way of living.
James Combes | Physiotherapist B. Hth. Sc. (Movement Science), M. Phty, APAM
James graduated from the University of Sydney in 2018 and recently joined our team at the beginning of 2020. James ventured into private practice following his graduation, where he worked as a primary practitioner before travelling. James is passionate about physiotherapy, particularly soccer and sports-related injuries, given his history with injury as a semi-professional soccer player.
James is a dedicated, hard-working physiotherapist who prides himself on thorough, evidence-based management and a holistic approach to care. With these values at the core of James' heart as a practitioner, it allows him to understand the patient as a whole, ultimately achieving the best clinical outcomes for his patients.