Mary Sidhom

  • BSC Physiotherapy, La Trobe University, Australia (Melbourne), 2006
  • BSC Occupational Therapy, La Trobe University, Australia (Melbourne), 2001
  • APHRA registered
  • AHPC certified
Areas of Interest:
  • Musculoskeletal rehabilitation (acute and chronic)
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Clinical Pilates (DMA level 1-4 trained)
  • Ante-natal and post-natal rehabilitation
  • Injury prevention and pain management
Since completion of studies Mary has worked in a variety of settings such as large acute teaching hospitals, rehabilitation centers, private practice, trauma units, obstetrics and oncology wards. This has enabled Mary to treat and rehabilitate patients at different stages of recovery and gain a broad understanding of holistic patient care utilizing the most updated evidence of practice.

Over the years of practice and with ongoing education Mary is able to thoroughly assess, analyze, treat and educate patients tailoring the treatments specifically to their needs.

Some of the commonly seen conditions that Mary treats include:
  • Acute & chronic back pain
  • Neck pain & whiplash injuries
  • ACL & acute knee injuries
  • Ankle sprains
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Management of ante-natal & post-natal related aches & pains and strengthening exercises
Treatment with Mary will generally consist of hands on manual therapy as well as customizing a program to empower patients to full recovery.

Mary enjoys travelling, she was fortunate enough to work in Australia, Shanghai and Singapore. These opportunities have enabled to Mary to work with many prominent surgeons and health professionals. She has been able to build rapport and values her patients, appreciating individuals’ expectations and cultural differences.

Mary believes in treating patients with the highest level of care, empowering them with knowledge. Her goal is to work together with patients providing the best possible recovery outcomes. She loves travelling, reading, focusing on healthy living and precious time with her family.