Sean Fyfe is the Founder and Director of Performance Physio, Fitness and Sports. He is a leading Sports Physiotherapist, Masters Level Exercise Scientist, Level 2 Strength and Conditioning Coach and Tennis Australia High Performance Tennis Coach. Sean has worked around the world in many different capacities including at the 2012 London Olympics, on the ATP world tour and as a Physiotherapist for London's west End shows including the Lion King, Billy Elliott, Stomp, Rat Pack and Women in White .
He is also an internationally recognised author on sports injuries for his work in Sports Injury Bulletin and a regular contributor to Peak Perofrmance. He has worked as an educator for Tennis Australia in Coach Development and Sport Science, Sports Medicine Australia and The Australian Strength and Conditioning Association.
Sean has also worked in National Roles as both Tennis Australia National Academy Women's Coach and National Academy Strength and Conditioning Coach. In his various roles he has helped players achieve Junior Grand Slam and Junior World Championships, World Youth Cup success as well as many other ITF Junior and National Titles.
He specialises in adolescent and spinal injuries, long term solutions for chronic injuries and sport specific athletic development. One of Sean's main goals is to use his knowledge and experience from elite sport to help all clients achieve their health and fitness goals.
Lauren graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and is a registered member with the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Lauren is an experienced Physiotherapist and successfully worked in private practise in Adelaide across a range of sports and conditions. She has special interests in pilates based rehabilitation, sports injuries, headache management and women's health. Her approach has a strong emphasis on retraining movement patterns and rebuilding specific strength post injury to ensure clients can return to full activity pain free. Lauren is an AFL fan and is loving learning to surf.
Scott de Wever
Scott is an Exercise Physiologist with over 10 years experience in the fitness and rehabilitation industry. Scott's particular interests lie in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, specifically knee rehabilitation after undergoing an ACL reconstruction himself. He also loves athletic development and golf specific physical training. Scott's approach to treatment is injury prevention or prehabilitation 'must come before performance'. Having the ability to train more often with the required intensities is far more important than having the ability to hit the ball 300m occasionally but have no sustanablitiy within your body. Scott treats with the goal to enhance an individiual's understanding of their own body mechanics; believing patient education is the key to long-term indepenedent management of a variety of conditions. Scott is a dedicated clinician and is always seeking new treatment outcomes for patients.
Chris has a Bachelor of Exercise Science, Cert IV in fitness and is a level 2 Tennis Australia Coach. He is a past professional tennis player and has also worked extensively as a strength and conditioning coach on the ATP world tennis tour. Chris has a special interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and helping clients return to full fitness through late stage rehabilitation before return to sport.