Our Team

Peter Sharp

B.App.Sc (Physio) M.Hlth.Sc (Manip.Physio)

Peter Sharp graduated as a Physiotherapist from Cumberland College of Health Sciences, the University of Sydney in 1993. He completed his Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2000. He has worked in a number of hospitals and private practices in the past 17 years and has owned St Leonards Physiotherapy since 2007. He is passionate about chronic back pain and helping people to break out of the vicious cycle of pain and disability.

Sally Hodge

B.App.Sc (Physio) Grad.Dip (Manip.Physio)
Sally is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist with over 20 years experience and a long-term member of the team at St Leonards Physiotherapy. She graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) then returned to Sydney University to complete postgraduate qualifications in spinal manipulation and musculoskeletal therapy. Sally specialises in the treatment of sports injuries, back and neck pain.  She is very fond of the elderly and enjoys working closely with them and provides home visits for those less mobile.

Michael Butters

M.Sc (Physiotherapy) M.Sc (OH&S) B.Sc (Exercise Science)
Michael graduated from Sydney University with a Masters of Physiotherapy after previously completing a Masters of Occupational Health and Safety and Bachelor of Exercise Science at the University of Wollongong. Michael has lectured and tutored in fields of exercise physiology and anatomy for over 10 years at the University of Wollongong, University of Western Sydney and most recently with Australian Catholic University. Michael has also worked extensively as a personal trainer and an exercise physiologist in Australia and London.

Chris Andreano

M.Physio (Physio) B.Sc (Exercise Sc) G.Dip.Sc (Exercise Rehab)
Chris’s lifelong appetite for sport and exercise led him into a Bachelor of Science at the University of Wollongong, majoring in Exercise Science and Rehabilitation before graduating at the end of 2014 with a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney. He has also worked as a physiotherapist in the public hospital sector in a wide range of medical areas, including orthopaedics, neurological, surgical and outpatients.
Chris uses his combined exercise science and physiotherapy experience to effectively treat and prevent sporting injuries, manage persistent pain conditions and maximise performance. Chris is also driven to transition the rehabilitation process from the clinic to the gym setting, where he can facilitate higher levels of physical conditioning and assist patients to manage musculoskeletal issues long-term.

Jan Redman - Paediatric Physiotherapist

Jan Redman

B.App.Sc (Physio)
Jan Redman is an experienced paediatric physiotherapist and works with children of all age groups, from neonates to adolescents up to 16 years. She has had extensive experience in the public hospital system and recently moved into private practice.  Jan has a special interest in children with Connective Tissue Disorders and Developmental Hip Dysplasia. Jan provides clinical education services for nurses, midwives, allied health and medical professionals and was previously a National Paediatric Group Representative on the National Advisory Council in the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Jan is a member of the NSW Paediatric Physiotherapy Neonatal Group and is an accredited assessor of the General Movements Assessment for premature babies and neonates.

Jan provides home visits, group therapy for developmental co-ordination disorder and aqua therapy.

Requel Trevillion

B.App.Sc (Physio)
Requel is a very experienced physiotherapist, specialising in treating adults and adolescents with musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. She has a special interest in treating postural and hypermobility problems. She runs small group exercise classes at the practice, to cater for children between the ages of 5 and 14.

Angus Tadman Physiotherapist

Angus Tadman

B.App.Sc (Physiotherapy) Hons Class 1

Angus graduated from The University of Sydney with first class honours in 2012 and immediately started work as a physiotherapist treating musculoskeletal and sports injuries. He was the physiotherapist for the Penrith Panthers Rugby League development squads from 2012-2013, and the Warringah Rugby Club colts from 2013-2015 which honed his skills in managing sports injuries effectively. During and since this time, Angus has had extensive experience treating a wide range of conditions for people of all ages. He has a strong understanding of the biomechanics of human movement and sporting performance which allows him to get to the root cause of your complaint. Angus’ passion is to help people get moving and providing them with the tools to stay in control long term.