Ashlea Mary Cohen
Ashlea Mary Cohen was awarded a Masters in Physiotherapy from Sydney University in 2012, and achieved a Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise & Sport Science/Masters of Nursing) in 2009. She has completed a Graduate Certificate of Sports Physiotherapy in 2015 and is currently undertaking her Masters of Sports Physiotherapy/Masters of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy through La Trobe University with the goal of becoming a Titled Sports Physiotherapist in 2018.
Ashlea Mary has an interest in the prevention and treatment of Musculoskeletal disorders and Sports injuries. Her love of dance and the arts has seen her gain employment as a Physiotherapist with musical theatre and dance productions in Sydney: Les Miserables (2015), Anything Goes (2015), Belgium Dance Company, Sydney Tour (2015), Mark Morris Dance Company (2015), Fiddler on the Roof (2016), We Will Rock You (2016), My Fair Lady (2016, 2017) and Diary of a Wombat (2017). Ashlea worked as the Principal Physiotherapist for Bangarra Dance Theatre in 2016-2017. She is currently the Principal Physiotherapist for Sydney Dance Company.
Sporting athletes will benefit from Ashlea’s clinical reasoning and rehabilitation skills along with dancers profiting from her expertise in conducting Pre Pointe Assessments and Dance Screenings.
Experience the ‘Peak’ treatment by the Director/ Principal Physiotherapist in the clinic.
Kevin Vuong completed his Doctorate program of Physiotherapy at Macquarie University after achieving a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science from the Australian Catholic University in 2013.
Kevin’s passion for sports has seen him work with numerous sporting teams including Western Suburbs Magpies AFL team (2013-2017), Rugby Union Shute Shield (Norths Rugby Union) (2015-2017) and the Cronulla – Sutherland Sharks Harold Matthews and SG Ball Rugby League teams (2018). This involvement has provided him with a greater insight into the importance of injury prevention and management programs for both amateur and semi-professional athletes.
Since a young age, Kevin has had a vision of assisting the community to live a healthy and active lifestyle. He is continually learning to understand the demands of different work environments and sports by actively involving himself in them. Outside the clinic he enjoys calisthenics, running and also taking up the whistle to referee Oz-tag at a local, state and national level.
With his knowledge and expertise in a variety of areas, Kevin is ready and eager to assist all individuals with a hunger and passion to perform at their Peak.
Elissa Petesic was awarded a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Australian Catholic University. She has also obtained a Certificate IV in Matwork and a Diploma in Pilates Studio and Rehabilitation through Polestar Pilates. Prior to studying physiotherapy she completed full time dance training at Ev and Bow where she attained a Certificate IV in Dance.
Elissa’s focus on contemporary dance, classical ballet and completion of the Royal Academy of Dance syllabus, along with her professional performance and dance teaching, has given her a thorough and lived experience of the demands placed on performers at all levels. She has also experienced the benefits of pilates for cross training and rehabilitation and enjoys the precision of refining movement to restore function. Elissa is committed to ongoing professional development having completed courses interstate and internationally.
Elissa also has diverse experience as a physiotherapist within the public health system including a secondment to Outback Australia and experience providing physiotherapy services to remote areas working with the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
Elissa is passionate about client specific rehabilitation and injury prevention for athletes at all stages.