Stan Priestley
Titled Sports Physiotherapist
(B.App.Sc. Physiotherapy) MAPA

 

Ed Alarca
Ba. Nursing
M. Physiotherapy

Stan is the Principal Physiotherapist who graduated from Cumberland College of Health Sciences, Sydney University, in 1994. He has worked in private practice for the past 21 years where he has developed an extensive knowledge of:
 
> sports injury prevention and management
> orthopaedic rehabilitation
> treatment of spinal pain and headaches
> occupational rehabilitation
 
Stan is currently working as a Consultant Physiotherapist for the Avoca Beach Rugby Club, and he travelled for 3 years with the NSW Men’s (U/21’s) Hockey Team to National Championships. In 2008 he travelled to Korea with the Australian Taekwondo Team for their pre-Olympic camp and in 2009 he went to the World Taekwondo Championships in Copenhagen.
 
In 2012 Stan gained recognition as a Tilted Sports Physiotherapist after gaining an invitation to study at the Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra.
 
 

 

Ed is a new graduate physiotherapist who has a background of Emergency Nursing, graduating from University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Nursing in 2008. Working in the Emergency Department he has gained several years of experience with triage and treatment of respiratory, cardiac, surgical, orthopaedic, as well as trauma and sporting injuries. Furthering his passion for healthcare he decided to resume his studies, graduating from University of Western Sydney with a Masters of Physiotherapy in 2015.

He has a keen interest in:
 
> Musculoskeletal injury prevention and management
> Orthopaedic rehabilitation
> Sports training and exercise prescription
> CrossFit and strength/conditioning training