About

Our team is dedicated to looking after all their patients –
providing lifestyle advice and education to help you feel better and stay better

Charlie Haddad, Physiotherapist

Charlie Haddad is a well-respected physiotherapist with over 18 years experience. Since 2005, he has been the owner of Canterbury-Bankstown Physiotherapy and has developed an excellent rapport with doctors and leading specialists around Sydney.

In 2000, Charlie graduated from the University of Sydney with a degree in physiotherapy.  He is skilled in manual therapy where most of his treatment modalities consist of “hands on” techniques. He has a strong emphasis on promoting patient care to allow maximum function for each individual.

Given his keen interests in sport, he has been affiliated with the rehabilitation of a number of elite sports persons and sporting teams. Some of these teams include Sydney Olympic (NSL), Blacktown Premier League, St George Premier League, Sydney Flames (WNBL), Belmore United Soccer Club and Sydney Bulls Rugby League.  As a result, he has a special interest in the treatment of young and developing soccer players, dancers/gymnasts, golfers and triathletes. He also has a passion for working with young athletes whose bodies are developing and changing and providing them with a strength and conditioning program which will allow them to continue to perform at the highest level.

Outside of work, Charlie enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 children.  He is a co-founding member of Mates On A Mission (MOAM), a charitable association helping kids and families with terminal illness. He believes that giving to people less fortunate than himself is a way of showing appreciation for his own healthy life.

Belinda Paris, Physiotherapist

Belinda graduated from the University Of Sydney in 2013 with both a Bachelors degree in Health Science and a Masters degree in Physiotherapy.

After working in various hospitals around Sydney gaining valuable experience Belinda pursued a career in private practise specialising in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Sports was always an area that Belinda enjoyed and this lead her to building a budding sports career working for various soccer clubs such as Sydney Olympic as well as the NSW Athletics and currently the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs.

Belinda is passionate about rehabilitating her patients using a mixture of both manual therapies and tailor-made exercise programs, incorporating both pilates and strength based techniques, to empower and give her patients the tools they need to achieve their desired goals.

Belinda Paris, Physiotherapist

Belinda graduated from the University Of Sydney in 2013 with both a Bachelors degree in Health Science and a Masters degree in Physiotherapy.

After working in various hospitals around Sydney gaining valuable experience Belinda pursued a career in private practise specialising in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Sports was always an area that Belinda enjoyed and this lead her to building a budding sports career working for various soccer clubs such as Sydney Olympic as well as the NSW Athletics and currently the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs.

Belinda is passionate about rehabilitating her patients using a mixture of both manual therapies and tailor-made exercise programs, incorporating both pilates and strength based techniques, to empower and give her patients the tools they need to achieve their desired goals.

Amanda Chidiac, Physiotherapist

Amanda is a passionate and enthusiastic physiotherapist who has a primary focus on impacting and improving one’s quality of life. Having recently graduated from a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University North Sydney, Amanda has worked in private practise with a special interest in sporting and musculoskeletal injuries. She attends various professional development courses in order to further her clinical and practical expertise.

During her course of studies, Amanda has undertaken sports coverage with various junior rugby teams. Outside of the profession, Amanda enjoys keeping fit and exploring the outdoors.

Amanda is apart of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, is a qualified SIRA Work Cover provider and a SMA Sports Trainer Level 1.

Amanda Chidiac, Physiotherapist

Amanda is a passionate and enthusiastic physiotherapist who has a primary focus on impacting and improving one’s quality of life. Having recently graduated from a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University North Sydney, Amanda has worked in private practise with a special interest in sporting and musculoskeletal injuries. She attends various professional development courses in order to further her clinical and practical expertise.

During her course of studies, Amanda has undertaken sports coverage with various junior rugby teams. Outside of the profession, Amanda enjoys keeping fit and exploring the outdoors.

Amanda is apart of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, is a qualified SIRA Work Cover provider and a SMA Sports Trainer Level 1.

Sue Conway, Receptionist

Sue has sat behind the desk at Canterbury-Bankstown Physiotherapy for 21 years – greeting all who walk through the doors in a welcoming and professional manner. She is the practice manager, making and receiving calls, processing and sending accounts, liaising with Insurance companies and doctors, all whilst maintaining a friendly and accommodating environment.

Sue comes from an Insurance background, having spent her early years working for GIO.

Customer service has always been a favourite for Sue.

‘I have always enjoyed coming to work here and have made many wonderful friends along the way. I’m very privileged to work alongside such a caring team of people. Their honest, compassionate, and caring treatment of our patients keeps me motivated and very happy to still work here.’

Sue Conway, Receptionist

Sue has sat behind the desk at Canterbury-Bankstown Physiotherapy for 21 years – greeting all who walk through the doors in a welcoming and professional manner. She is the practice manager, making and receiving calls, processing and sending accounts, liaising with Insurance companies and doctors, all whilst maintaining a friendly and accommodating environment.

Sue comes from an Insurance background, having spent her early years working for GIO.

Customer service has always been a favourite for Sue.

‘I have always enjoyed coming to work here and have made many wonderful friends along the way. I’m very privileged to work alongside such a caring team of people. Their honest, compassionate, and caring treatment of our patients keeps me motivated and very happy to still work here.’