You're Unique

Here at Unique, we treat you, rather than just a diagnosis or body part. Our motto is “What would you do?” It is a question we’ll ask. We need to know, if you are as fit as you could hope to be, what would you do? Your answer will become your goal. Our goal will then be - to customize a unique treatment and training plan for your whole body, so you can do what you want in the future.

This approach goes beyond the routines we’ve witnessed elsewhere. It’s why we call ourselves Unique. Here – it’s not just about understanding and treating the unique combination of reasons why you are not feeling 100% today. It’s about finding your true source of motivation, and working together on a unique plan for your whole body - so you can not just get out of pain, but go do what you really want. That’s why we work here.

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Our Unique Team

Meet our talented, friendly and expert team

Eduarda Bota photo Eduarda Bota

Clinical Coordinator and Senior Physiotherapist

Speaks Spanish and Portuguese

 

Eduarda (or Duda) has a professional interest in musculoskeletal conditions, women’s health, post-operative rehabilitation and chronic pain.

Duda is our Clinical Coordinator and has been a Physiotherapist for the past 15 years. Eduarda’s vast qualifications include certificates in Manual Therapy, Mulligan, Maitland and Myofascial techniques in Portugal, Spain and Australia. She’s actively involved in the physio field, educating and running professional development workshops for physiotherapists. Her experience with FC Barcelona Football Club (Spain) has also driven her passion for manual therapy and sports rehabilitation.

Duda’s passion is working with spinal injuries, neck pain, back pain and headaches. She also has a special interest in women’s health, pregnancy and post-natal physiotherapy and is skilled in shockwave therapy.

Outside of work, she loves reading a good book, running and trying different types of gastronomic experiences.

‘I work with my patients to help them make a positive change in their life. It’s my goal to help them and guide them in the treatment and management of injury and pain. I like to work side by side and help my patients achieving their goals, no matter their starting point.’ – Eduarda B.

Eugene Chan photo Eugene Chan

Physiotherapist

Speaks Cantonese and Mandarin

 
Eugene completed a Master of Physiotherapy degree at University of Sydney and also has accreditation in Dry Needling and has done further studies for running and shoulder injuries.
Eugene also has experience working with a rugby team in Shute Shield competition as sports coverage and has experience in taping and treating acute injuries. Eugene has broad experiences for all musculoskeletal injuries, with particular interests for upper limb and running injuries.

Eugene believes that exercises in conjunction with manual therapy is crucial to a patient’s recovery, but it is also important to take a holistic approach, where the patient’s own goal, needs and barriers to recovery are taken into consideration. Eugene believes every rehabilitation programs should be tailer made to achieve the patient’s desired results.

Outside of the clinic, you can find Eugene paddling on Parramatta River, trying to improve his parkrun PB and exploring different suburbs for food in Sydney.

‘Success is the sum of consistent efforts, repeated day in and day out.’ – Eugene C.

Jack Mo photo Jack Mo

Physiotherapist

Speaks Cantonese

 
Jack has completed a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology at the University of New South Wales and a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. Jack has been a health professional for over five years, helping patients with work injuries and chronic health conditions. He is dedicated in finding the right approach for each patient and helping them reach their individual goals.

Outside of work, Jack has a keen interest in combat sports and martial arts, regularly competing in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Having his own share of injuries over the years, he understands how injuries can affect a person and the physical and mental challenges of getting back to where you want to be. Outside of the gym, he enjoys geeking out over the latest Star Wars series and catching up with friends and family.

‘Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do’ – Mark Twain

Amy Humphreys photo Amy Humphreys

Physiotherapist

 

Amy is from the UK and there, completed a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Therapy as well as a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy. Our Physiotherapist Amy specialises primarily in neurological conditions (NDIS) and women’s health, pregnancy and post-natal. Her only request is that you bring in the baby!😀 She has previously worked within critical care, acute and rehabilitative stroke wards. In addition to this, Amy has previously worked within a professional rugby team, Wasps, back in the UK!

Amy understands how injury or a condition can affect every aspect of daily life and how frustrating the recovery and rehabilitative process can be. She enjoys using a combination of manual techniques, alongside exercise rehabilitation, each individualised for each patient, therefore achieving the best results. Amy prides herself on making rehabilitation enjoyable and understands that empowering her clients with confidence in themselves is key.

Outside of work, you will find Amy at the gym, watching sunrise/sunset, exploring Sydney or on Facetime to her family back in the UK.

‘Sometimes to get moving again it can be very painful, but if you stop moving you’ll get stuck.’ – Amy H.

Sabrina Tam photo Sabrina Tam

Physiotherapist

Speaks Cantonese

 
Sabrina (or Sabby) completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at Western Sydney University. She has a professional interest in exercise-based rehabilitation for musculoskeletal conditions, post-operative rehabilitation (particularly knees) and women’s health and incontinence.

Sabby likes to incorporate both manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation to improve her clients’ function and maximise their health and quality of life. She is also a strong believer in education and empowering her clients with the knowledge and skills to self-manage their condition in the long-term. Sabby understands how different the story surrounding every clients’ condition or injury can be. Therefore, she is committed to approaching each case holistically and working alongside her clients to achieve their specific goals.

Outside of the clinic you can find Sabby out on the tennis courts throughout the year or watching the tennis in person during the Australian Summer of Tennis.

‘I have a passion for playing tennis so an active lifestyle means a great deal to me. It’s my goal to enable my clients to return to function and their own active lifestyle so that they can participate in what they want to do.’ – Sabrina T.

Victoria Jackson photo Victoria Jackson

Physiotherapist

 

Victoria is passionate about treating upper and lower limb musculoskeletal injuries and return to sports rehabilitation. She has a specialist interest in women’s health, pregnancy and post-natal Physiotherapy . She is from the UK where she completed her Bachelor’s Degree with Honours in Physiotherapy.

Victoria incorporates individualised exercise programs with manual techniques and likes to take a holistic approach to supporting clients to achieve their goals. She understands that each injury and condition is unique and multifactorial and she is dedicated to finding the right approach for each individual.

When she’s not in the clinic you will find her at the beach, trying a new café or training in the CrossFit gym.

“Physiotherapy is not just about treating the symptoms, it’s about restoring hope, improving quality of life and together rewriting what is possible for you.” – Victoria J.

Karmen Pak photo Karmen Pak

Accredited Practising Dietitian, Bsc (Nutrition & Metabolism), MNutrDiet

Speaks Cantonese and Mandarin

 

Karmen is a gentle and compassionate accredited practising dietitian who believes that good nutrition is the key to living a healthier and fuller life. She has extensive experience working in weight management and leverages multiple evidence-based strategies in her practice to treat chronic disease, overweight and obesity. She feels most passionate helping her clients gain back control of their eating habits and break away from the endless restrictive diet cycle.

Karmen likes to take a holistic approach to her practice and is skilled in using psychology and counselling techniques to drive long-term behaviour change and sustainable healthy practices.

Karmen also speaks fluent Cantonese and is a casual Mandarin speaker, giving her the ability to work with clients from non-English speaking backgrounds.

Quinton Truong photo Quinton Truong

Physiotherapist

Speaks Vietnamese

 
Quinton has completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Western Sydney University. He has a professional interest in treating musculoskeletal injuries, chronic pain, individuals who have a disability and are covered through the NDIS scheme and sporting injuries.

Quinton understands how every patient’s experience of an injury is unique and hence he likes to work collaboratively with patients to find treatment options that suit their individual needs and goals. He believes that a combination of manual therapy and exercise is essential for rehabilitation. Quinton is a firm supporter of educating and empowering patients with the skills and knowledge to be self-sufficient in managing their condition in the long-term. Hence, Quinton believes that treating the whole person, considering their physical, mental, emotional and social health is necessary for the best health outcomes.

Outside of the clinic, Quinton can be most likely found hanging upside down off the walls of rock climbing gyms or picking up heavy weights. When he’s not training, he’s catching up with his friends and family, usually over a nice large meal.

‘On the journey to recovery, it does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop’ – Quinton T.

Katy Luk photo Katy Luk

Senior Physiotherapist

Speaks Cantonese and Mandarin

 

Katy has been practising physiotherapy for over 20 years. Her extensive clinical experience helps her tackle complex as well as acute musculoskeletal conditions, including post-operative rehabilitation and spinal rehabilitation of injuries such as whiplash. Katy also has interest in cervicogenic headache treatment and back/neck pain with nerve compromise treatment through expert use of traction techniques.

Katy also loves helping women with specific women’s health issues get back to enjoying life.

“Too many people are suffering in silence, believing the diagnosed condition has the final say on their physical capacities. The physical diagnosis is only part of the story – by understanding your conditions, knowing the do’s and don’ts, doing the right exercises at the right time, these will empower you to live a better life.“ – Katy L.

Sissi Chao photo Sissi Chao

Exercise Physiologist

Sissi is an ESSA-accredited exercise physiologist who graduated from The University of Sydney. She brings valuable clinical experience to the table, having worked with a diverse range of individuals, including athletes, those with chronic conditions and disabilities, and individuals on their path to recovery from injuries.

As a practitioner, her top priority is her clients’ safety and well-being. She takes great care in delivering evidence-based treatment, utilising her knowledge and skills to support individuals in improving their health and overall well-being.

She’s a big fan of dancing and exploring various dance styles (such as ballet, Latin, jazz, and hip-hop), providing her with an ongoing journey of self-expression, creativity, and continuous growth. She looks forward to exploring choreographies and sharing the transformative magic of dance with others along the way.