GREG AUNGLE, Physiotherapist
Greg is the Principal Physiotherapist of Shire Sports Physiotherapy and has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) from The University of Sydney. Greg is a Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Physiotherapy Business Australia and Sports Physiotherapy Group. Greg was the Head Physiotherapist to the NRL Cronulla Sharks RLFC in 2014.
Greg has extensive experience in the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries from recreational to elite level including teams such as Cronulla Rugby League Club (Juniors and 1st Division 2001-2006), Newtown Jets Rugby League Club and Cronulla Rugby League Club (Juniors) 2005, St George Rugby League Club (1997-1999) and Canterbury Rugby League Club (1994-1997). Greg has been providing physiotherapy services to De La Salle Rugby League Football Club since 1998.
Greg has a keen interest in the treatment of injuries through dry needling and the relationship between neck pain and headaches.
Greg also has over 20 years in private practice.
Is the current physiotherapist to De La Salle JRLFC fo 2019.
Outside of Physiotherapy Greg enjoys cycling and has previously played squash at State and National level.
Benjamin Tomlinson, Physiotherapist
With a background in the Australian Defence Force, Ben understands the impact that pain and injury can have on life and work, and is dedicated to working collaboratively to set patient centred goals to get you back to the things you love.
Ben completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 2018, after previously working as a rifleman in the Australian Army. Ben also has experience working with sports teams, adding to his experience and interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Along with treating sports injuries,
Ben has a specific interest in reducing chronic pain and improving outcomes for patients with more chronic injuries.
Kevin Yan Xi, Physiotherapist
Alexandra Kookarkin, Exercise Physiologist
Alexandra Kookarkin is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA). Alex has degrees in Exercise Science and Commerce from the University of Wollongong. Alex also has a Masters degree in Human Nutrition from Deakin University, Cert III and IV in Fitness and is an APMA Level 3 Pilates instructor. Alex joined Shire Sports Physiotherapy in 2011.
Alex has a passion for health and fitness; enjoys motivating, having fun and training her clients. Alex’s style of training is not to punish, but teach her clients to enjoy exercise and make it a part of their life. Alex has been a competitive A grade tennis player and swimmer, and completed the Gold Coast Marathon in 2015.
Dr Phil Perry, Podiatrist
Kylie, Brooke and Eleanor Receptionists
Sharon Aungle, Practice Manager