David Parkinson

Senior Exercise Physiologist
Dave Parkinson - Senior Exercise Physiol
  • Bachelor of Human Movement Science, Southern Cross University  

  • Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology, Australian Catholic University

  • Graduate Diploma of Psychology (current), James Cook University

David's professional development has included over 15 years practise in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, chronic disease management, workers compensation and health and wellbeing exercise programs.


David has also completed a Bachelor of Human Movement Science and a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology and currently the Professional Development Educatorfor Exercise Sport Science Australia (ESSA) Workers Compensation NSW/QLD Roadshow.

David is passionate and professional in his treatment approach, focusing on utilising evidence based practise to match the aspirations, needs and health status of patients with appropriate exercise and health interventions and developing behavioural strategies which promote exercise.

Daniel Chichian

Senior Physiotherapist
  • Bachelor of Health Science, Sydney University

  • Doctor of Physiotherapy, Macquarie University

Daniel has completed a Doctor of Physiotherapy (3-year Master’s Degree) at Macquarie University after completing a Bachelor of Health Science at Sydney University. Daniel’s extensive work experience has given him the opportunity to work with a wide variety of patients, treating all types of sports and musculoskeletal injuries within private practices throughout Sydney.

Daniel’s value of integrity, professionalism, and commitment to excellent patient-centred care along with his passion for manual therapy and evidence-based rehabilitation is second to none. Daniel is motivated to help serve the local community and improve the outcomes and quality of life in every patient who walks through the clinic doors.

Daniel’s passion for sport and the human body extends beyond professional employment as he is also a keen and committed football (soccer) player since the age of 5 as well as practicing what he preaches on exercise and resistance training at the gym.

Gimmi Jayalath

Exercise Physiologist
  • Bachelor of Exercise Physiology, University of New South Wales

  • Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) Exercise Sport Science Australia

As an Exercise Physiologist Gimmi’s professional career has involved working with a diverse range of clients, including musculoskeletal, metabolic, neurological and cardiac rehabilitation patients. Gimmi’s previous experience includes working with Royal North Shore Hospital, Constitution Hill Retirement Village and the University of New South Wales Lifestyle Clinic.


Gimmi has a special passion for using exercise as medicine in the management and prevention of chronic health conditions and also working with soft tissue injury rehabilitation. She is passionate in providing evidence-based care in her treatments, utilising both mobilisation therapy and active rehabilitation in ensuring the best health outcomes for patients.


Gimmi enjoys all things outdoors such as hiking, running and catching up with friends and family for a delicious meal. Gimmi has also played netball for many years and enjoys going to the gym.

Massage Therapist / Physiotherapist Aide
Mizuho Massage Therapist
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy - University of Gunma Paz, Japan 

  • Diploma of Remedial Massage - TAFE, Meadowbank NSW

Mizuho has worked for both Hospital and Aged Care Facilities in Japan as a Physiotherapist for 5 years. Providing treatment in both short and long term care, her goal always being to address patient issues in line with both immediate relief and extended long term care.


Mizuho is currently working as a Remedial Massage Therapist, she is keen to incorporate all her learnings’  to maximise client care and wellbeing always believing that a holistic approach is often best.


Mizuho enjoys outdoor activities including nature walks and playing soccer. She also likes to find time to continue her learning of health and healing with research and attending additional workshops.

Mizuho Suga


Chloe Butler 

Exercise Scientist
  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science, Australian Catholic University  

  • Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology (current) Australian Catholic University

Chloe’s professional development has involved working in private practice clinics along Sydney’s Northern Beaches, predominantly treating sports related and musculoskeletal injuries.


Chloe is currently completing her Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology continuing her learning and development about the treatment and rehabilitation of the human body.


Using evidence-based practice has enhanced her treatment with patients, improving not only their mobility but also their quality of life.