Meet the Team
> from professional athletes to weekend warriors;
> from injury recovery to arthritis prevention
> paediatric and adolescent sports injuries;
> from post-surgery patients and others who have experienced life-altering events
We’ll help you to reach your own personal level of ‘optimum health’ – unique to your body. Our team are highly professional with years of experience, solving a range of physical ailments and issues.
ASCA Strength & Conditioning coach
Bach Physiotherapy, MAPA, SPA
Andrew Ilieff is a highly skilled physiotherapist. You can be assured that when you see Andrew, your complaint will be thoroughly assessed, and he will use the most appropriate and up to date techniques to treat your problem. Andrew’s treatment will always be governed by research. He is constantly analysing the results of the most recent clinical trials so that you can receive the most up to date treatment, helping you to get better sooner. Andrew only ever uses evidenced based and clinically proven treatment techniques. Andrew is also a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
Andrew is very time aware and prides himself on seeing his patients on time. With a history of treating and servicing busy professionals in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, he respects your time and does his best not to keep you waiting. Andrew is qualified strength & conditioning coach and not only works with clients on their journey to recovery but facilities many elite athletes on their sporting journey.
15 years combined study & clinical experience in physiotherapy
Worked with both the elite athlete & ‘weekend warrior’
Had great success in treating:
– Sporting injuries
– Overuse running, cycling & swimming injuries
– Post operative shoulders, hips, knees and ankles
– Complex neck & back cases.
– Headaches, migraines, TMJ and Jaw issues
– Paediatric Sports Physiotherapy cases
Andrew also lecture’s Musculoskeletal treatment and assessment at the University of Technology Sydney for their Master of Physiotherapy Course and is co-host of the Hybrid Therapist Podcast!
From Andrew you can expect:
A good listener, great customer service and follow up, time spent in the assessment phase, plenty of ‘hands on’ physio, exercise and a solution to your problem.
ASCA Strength & Conditioning Coach
Sports Trainer Level 1
Master of Physiotherapy, BSc (Anatomy & Histology)
In 2018 Joel suffered a complete ACL tear in his right knee. After a reconstruction surgery he took on the challenge of mastering his own rehab in conjunction with Andrew Ilieff, and now completely understands what is required from both a patient and therapist in order to have a successful and holistic approach to returning from injury.
Joel has a strong background in human anatomy and a passion for musculoskeletal and sports related injuries, and particularly enjoys working with young athletes. Joel has over 7 years’ experience coaching gymnastics at both Ascham and Kincoppal School, with a focus on coordination, strength and balance.
Joel has 7 years combined study and has gained experience and developed skills across a broad range of areas including sports, orthopaedic rehabilitation, neurological rehabilitation, geriatrics, paediatrics and cardiopulmonary. Joel uses a combination of exercise therapy, manual techniques and evidence-based practice to help his clients return to optimal health and to prevent further injuries.
From Joel you can expect:
High energy, a constant smile, the perfect balance of hands on treatment and exercise prescription, and finally, through personal experience, an understanding of what it takes to get the results you want.
Doctor of Physiotherapy – Melbourne University
B. Ex Sc – Wollongong University
I began studying a Bachelor of Exercise Science at the University of Wollongong, while working as a personal trainer and coach at a local gym. After graduating, I moved on to study the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at the University of Melbourne while working as personal trainer. The combination of a B. ExSc and years of experience in the fitness industry helped to focus my interest on exercise and movement rehabilitation, and this is still a focus of mine today.
Having the opportunity to positively impact people’s lives, and to enable them to continue to do what makes them happy, is the reason I am a physiotherapist. I am committed to utilising the latest evidence to getting you back to doing what you love to do and optimising your rehabilitation to achieve your goals.