Mon–Thurs: 8am –7pm
 Fri: 8am - 6pm; Sat: 8am – 1pm

 586 Lower North East Rd.
 Campbelltown SA 5074


 8368 7444




Our Physios have extensive knowledge of Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Our Physios ensure a thorough biomechanical assessment and work directly with you to ensure an effective structured program for proper rehabilitation. They tailor gym and hydrotherapy programs for functional retraining and strength & conditioning. They currently provide health and rehabilitation services for Rostrevor Old Collegians Football Club in Division 1 Amateurs, Unley Jets Football Club in Divsion 2 Amateurs, East Torrens District Cricket Club playing in the SACA Grade Cricket Competition, Morialta Uniting Netball Club and the Southern Tigers in SA District Basketball.




Wahib Joubeir


Wahib has been a physiotherapist since 2000 and has a Masters in Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy achieved from the University of South Australia in 2003. He is involved with numerous local football, soccer, cricket and basketball community clubs as their Senior Physiotherapist. Wahib is also Clinical Educator for the University of South Australia’s School of Physiotherapy Undergradute and Post-Graduate programs. His areas of interest are in the management of complex pain disorders, biomechanical assessment & management of chronic musculoskeletal presentations, post-surgical rehabilitation of shoulder, hip and knee procedures, and implementation of evidence-based guidelines for improving health outcomes in adolescent and elderly populations.





Alex Flood


Alex has been working in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy since graduating from the University of South Australia in 2010 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. He worked in private practice in Adelaide, and as head physiotherapist for Tango Netball Club and Pembroke Old Scholars Football Club before moving to the United Kingdom in 2013. Since then he has gained a broad range of experience by working in Musculoskeletal/Orthopaedic Outpatient departments of many of London’s major public hospitals as well as in remote areas of Scotland and the Isle of Man. Alex also worked at a high end private clinics in central London before making the move back home to Adelaide in 2017, to further his training with a Masters Degree in Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy.

Alex is passionate about helping people understand the factors involved in their injury or problem, and tailoring an individualised plan towards recovery. His areas of interest are in recurrent and chronic presentations of the lower back, hip, knee and neck, sports rehabilitation, and complex pain disorders. Alex’s focus is to restore pain free function by using hands-on techniques when appropriate, understand and educate, and bring better movement into people’s lives.

After hours Alex loves to learn new skills and try new sports, currently focusing on climbing! He sees his family and friends, and is interested in sustainability and self-sufficiency.





Jack O'Leary



Jack graduated from the University of South Australia in 2015 and spent his first two years of clinical work on the Yorke Peninsula in private practice. In this time Jack was exposed to a wide variety of conditions and presentations and developed a special interest in exercise based rehabilitation and especially how this relates to overcoming chronic conditions and pain. He has a passion for educating patients on why they are in pain and what can be done about it and believes that education is one of the most important roles of a physiotherapist.


Post-surgical rehabilitation has always been a strong area of interest for Jack and getting his patients back doing what they love is a big part of why he is a physio. After recently completing his own rehab he has a new found understanding of what is required to get from the operating room back to the sporting field.


While Jack loves to get people moving and lifting in his hydrotherapy and gym classes he also is able to call upon his dry needling, soft tissue massage and joint manipulation and mobilisation skills to aid in the rehabilitation process. Using a well-rounded and evidence-based approach to his clinical work Jack is able to optimise outcomes for his patients.


In his spare time Jack plays football for the Payneham Norwood Union Football Club and loves to get down south for a surf when he can.