Vuko Tomasevic | Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist & Exercise Physiologist
I opened Aspire Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic when I finished my football (soccer that is!) career in 2013 and have been involved in sport for over 25 years. I have completed 2 Masters degrees and am a titled APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist, I am also an Exercise Physiologist, my extensive experience in physiotherapy further added to my on-field experience.
Through study and work experience, I have acquired specialist knowledge and experience on the best therapy techniques available. My experience includes working in reputable world “leading state of the art” rehabilitation clinics in London, Qatar and the Australian Institute of Sport.
I strive to give all patients the best service, which includes, but is not limited to, hands-on treatment, education about how to understand and manage your condition as well as providing a structured rehabilitation plan that helps to achieve your goals. At Aspire Physiotherapy our purpose is to develop and coach you through your own customised home exercise program to further support and improve your well-being.
Vanessa Quach | Physiotherapist
I graduated with the Bachelors of Sport and Exercise Science at UTS and the Master of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. I became a Physiotherapist because I’m passionate about helping others return to the best version of themselves that they can be, whether it’s back to everyday life or back to the sporting field. Growing up, I’ve partaken in a variety of sports such as netball, softball, tag-league and also participated in the regional athletics and cross-country teams.
Within the industry, I would like to be the jack-of-all-trades and understand the many different areas of the body. I enjoy treating a variety of musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy injuries, particularly in relation to the lower back and lower body pathologies. I like to employ both hands-on and exercise-based therapy into my practice.
When I’m not working, I like to travel around. I love travelling overseas and experiencing the different cultures and foods that each country has to offer. I’m a big foodie and I’m always willing to try new things. In my downtime, I really enjoy spending time with my family and friends, listening to music, going on hikes and having a good laugh.
Maja Jovanovic | Physiotherapist
I have always had a passion for helping others no matter what. When I was younger I was always taking my brother to see a physiotherapist, and every time I was always so fascinated by how they know so much about the human body, how they can figure out exactly what the problem is and know how to fix it. I liked learning about health and the human body, and I also liked helping people, so for me there was no other profession that would suit me best than to be a physiotherapist.
All areas of physiotherapy are so interesting to me, there really isn’t one I can say is my favourite. I enjoy working with people and help them get better as well as empower them to have an active involvement to better their health, well-being and quality of life.
I have so many things I do outside of being a physiotherapist, the biggest one probably being sport. I have been playing basketball for 15 years and counting, and I love to play other sports like tennis and soccer in my spare time. I enjoy traveling and exploring new places, design (graphic design), cooking, reading, playing games, watching sport and building/crafting things.