Our Team

Harrison Pietor

Harrison is a local who grew up here on the Northern beaches of Sydney. He completed his degree, Bachelor of Applied Science – Physiotherapy, at the University of Sydney, with clinical experience at amongst others, Manly Football Club, Grafton Hospital, Ferndale aged care.

He was drawn to the profession by his own experiences with lower back pain and sports injuries. This has helped him to more deeply understand the patient experience and healing process.

He is from an extensive sporting background and he has participated in Rugby union, Taekwondo, Athletics and calisthenics competitively as well as many other sports recreationally.

Naturally Harrison is passionate about rehabilitation and treating musculoskeletal injuries and has a special interest in sports injuries.

James Meadows

James is a Physiotherapist and ASCA Certified Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach. He utilities a combination of manual therapy and exercise techniques to gain short term alleviation of pain it’s underlying causes.

He has a particular interest in long term rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions, focusing on client centered goals as the primary motivator for his treatment strategy. This means getting back to the things you love in life sooner.

James also has over 5 years experience working with NDIS clients and care providers to establish regular, fun and engaging exercise routines that lead to healthier lifestyles for his clients.

James has been heavily involved in sports physiotherapy, working as a physio for  professional rugby teams, national and olympic level sailors, and high performance surfing athletes.

Outside of work, James enjoys playing rugby, rowing and sweeping surfboats at Mona Vale Surf Club, running and surfing.


Lachlan Melville

Lachlan grew up West of the mountains in Bathurst and graduated from St Stanislaus College. After a gap year playing rugby for Eastern Suburbs Rugby Club in Sydney, Lachlan commenced his Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Charles Sturt University Orange campus.

Lachy moved to Sydney in 2022 to finish his last year of University and Clinical Placements. Lachlan draws from his experience on clinical placement as well as working with sporting teams to diagnose acute and chronic injuries.

When not in the clinic Lachy can be found stuck at the bottom of a ruck, setting up for a long day in the bunker, strolling the leafy streets of Artarmon or cheering for the mighty Cronulla Sharks.

Sarah Markland

Sarah is a proud graduate from the University of Queensland with a degree in Exercise Physiology. With a passion for Sports and an unwavering belief in the transformative power of exercise, she is dedicated herself to exploring the intersection of fitness, health and human potential.

From the sandy courts of the beach volleyball to the precise strokes of tennis and the exhilarating world of horse riding, she finds joy and fulfillment in staying active and embracing the great outdoors.

She believes in the extraordinary ability of exercise to serve as both treatment and catalyst for achieving any goal one sets their mind to. Whether it’s enhancing performance, managing health conditions or simply embracing a vibrant lifestyle, exercise holds the key.


Mark Brakell

Mark is the Clinical Director of Physiotherapy within the clinics, overseeing and reviewing all the assessments, treatments and rehabilitation programs being delivered. Your recovery is a team approach, with everybody helping you achieve the goals you set.


When you become a customer of ours, know that you are part of a team, where all the Physiotherapists are knowledgeable about your injury, your recovery progression and the goals you have set for yourself.

Your care is based upon the world’s best practice standards, with the unique combination of manual hands-on therapy, best in class corrective exercise instruction for muscle activation and progression to performance strength coaching. Our peer review approach of each and every client ensures that you are receiving the best of care and physical therapy.