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Harjodh Singh | Physiotherapist

Harjodh (Harj) graduated from the University of Sydney in 2015 with first class honours. He worked locally in a private practice for 3 years before heading overseas to increase his awareness in meditation and yoga practices. Whilst overseas for two years he attended several CME courses with Ramon Ceuvas in Chile, volunteered in India, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia which grew his abilities of working with neurodiverse children. Upon return he worked in Aged Care for two years providing him with a well-rounded view of physiotherapy through the lifespan.

Harj’s love for paediatric care was fostered during his university education and from the therapy sessions on his nephew. His passion for paediatric care strengthened whilst attending CME level I online and the CME level II course in Chile. It is CME therapy that Harj feels most connected to as a therapist and the therapy that he knows achieves the greatest outcomes for children experiencing motor delays.

Harj is also a keen sportsman, spending much of his time mountain biking, bouldering or running. Harj grew up playing competitive sports at a high level which came with the unfortunate incidents of tearing the labrum in his shoulder and the ACL in his knee. He himself has undergone the rehabilitation process of these injuries and understands the patience and persistence needed to overcome them and return to the sporting level gained prior to injury. Harj regularly treats sporting injuries and rehabilitates patients working towards achieving competition goals.


First Class Honours, Physiotherapy, University of Sydney

CME Level 1 and 2 – Paediatric Therapy

APA Level 1 and 2 Sports Physiotherapy

GEMT Level 1 and 2 Dry Needling

Strength and conditioning level 1

Jo Gibson, The Shoulder

PD Warrior

GLAD Program

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Greenway, 2900


0468 612 381

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