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Paul Monaro

B. Appl. Sc (Phty) CCHS, 1986

Grad Dip Appl Sc (Manip Physio) University of Sydney, 1990

Grad Dip Appl Sc (Sports Physio) University of Sydney, 1995

Qualified Clinical Pilates practitioner, DMA, 2003

Certificate in Trigger Point Dry Needling, GEMt, 2008

FMS Level 1 Certified

About Paul

Physiotherapist to:

  • Briars Hockey Club

  • Concord Burwood United Rugby League

  • S.D. Dance Studio

  • Concord United Rugby League

  • West Harbour Rugby Union

  • NSW U19 Rugby Union

  • NSW Country U21 Rugby Union

  • Consultant to Productivity Bootcamp, Construction Traineeship - Back injury prevention (current)

Professional Memberships:

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association

  • Sports Physiotherapy Australia

  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia

  • Sports Medicine Australia

Paul is a Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with 30 years experience, and has been running Concord Sport & Spine Physiotherapy for 25 years. He has worked with rugby union, rugby league & hockey teams, and has extensive experience in treating all types of spinal, muscular & joint injuries. He has wide-ranging & up to date knowledge in all areas of physiotherapy. In total, he spent six years at university to obtain his physiotherapy degree and two post-graduate diplomas – in Sport and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. He continues to learn, attending weekend continuing education courses several times per year. He is a prolific reader, and scans the world’s top sporting and medical journals monthly, to keep up to date & well informed. For more information on Paul's experience, click here

Special Interests: Paul’s main sporting interests are Rugby League, Rugby Union, hockey, football, & cricket. He also enjoys playing grade hockey, jogging, kayaking, making furniture, playing the guitar, & following the St George Illawarra Dragons which he has done for over 40 years.

Professional Interests:

Paul has a special interest in back & neck pain, sporting knee injuries, & shoulder pain. He is currently undertaking research into management of acute and chronic low back pain, low back pain in construction workers, and patellofemoral (knee-cap) disorders, particularly in the area of instability (subluxations and dislocations). He does extensive continuing education & reading, keeping up to date with the latest research & methods. He writes regular literature reviews, and information newsletters for the medical profession & for his patients (see “Resource Library”).

​Professional Memberships:

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association

  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia

Claudia Aliberti

B. Sc. (UNSW)
Post. Grad. Dip. Phty. (CCHS)

Grad. Dip. Manip. Physio. (University of Sydney)

Claudia Aliberti is a Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with postgraduate qualifications, who has worked in various health settings, mostly in private practice.

After completing postgraduate qualifications in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Claudia founded two Physiotherapy practices (in Annandale and Sydney CBD). Claudia’s extensive experience (over twenty years) and skills, as well as her dedication to achieve the best possible outcomes in injury management and recovery, saw the expansion of both practices prior to sale of the business to pursue other interests, including working as a Physiotherapy Consultant, tutoring in Physiotherapy, and volunteering. Claudia has served as a volunteer committee member for Musculoskeletal interest groups in the Australian Physiotherapy Association collaborating to enhance professional development and excellence in practice.

Paul Monaro was Claudia’s colleague at the Annandale practice as he established his own practice at Concord. They are both dedicated, highly qualified, health professionals who collaborate well to ensure positive outcomes in complex cases. Recently, Claudia has worked as an Injury Management Advisor in motor accident trauma, facilitating and enhancing health and recovery outcomes.

Professional Interests:

Claudia has a special interest, and extensive expertise, in:

  • Neck pain and neck-related headaches

  • Whiplash

  • Back pain (acute and chronic)

  • Sports (including dance) injuries.

  • Neural and referred pain syndromes

  • Preventative health measures

About Claudia

Jeremy White

Bachelor of Business - University of Technology, 1986

Diploma of Remedial Massage - NSW School of Massage, 1997

About Jeremy

​Professional Memberships:

  • Australian Traditional Medicine Society

Jeremy is a diploma qualified remedial massage therapist with 16 years experience. He began studying massage as a tool to alleviate pain and improve mobility. Through his skills and experience he now also assists his clients with enhanced relaxation, improved circulation, better muscle balance, and assisting tissue repair and cellular recovery after injury.  He has also come to appreciate the benefits of massage for such conditions as headaches, stress, fatigue and depression. Jeremy takes pride in his ability to structure his massages to suit each individual's needs.

Special Interests: Jeremy's main sporting interests are Rugby League, Cricket, Squash and Tennis. He also enjoys playing cricket, cycling, painting houses, designing travel itineraries, playing the congos, and following the Sydney Roosters which he has done for the past 42 years.

Professional Interests:

Jeremy has a particular interest in sports and remedial massage to assist athletes and workers to recover from injury and persistent pain. His techniques also include relaxation massage, deep tissue bodywork, lymphatic drainage, trigger point therapy, acupressure therapy and reflexology.

Concord Sport & Spine Physiotherapy
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