Our team

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Greg O’Riordan
Principal physiotherapist

Greg established Hurstville Physio Plus 18 years ago and having grown up in St George enjoys seeing many familiar faces in the practice. He has 24 years’ experience as a manual physiotherapist in acute sports injuries and general rehabilitation settings. He is passionate about correct posture and effective strengthening to prevent pain and injury whether it relates to sports, work, adolescents or the elderly. His background in Sports Science and personal training compliments his exceptional awareness of body mechanics and exercise programming.

Greg’s belief is that health and fitness is a life-long pursuit with many older people benefiting from his extensive work in Aged Care in the local St George and Sutherland Shire area.

He has treated Academy Award winners, Wimbledon champions, the London Royal Ballet and weekend warriors. He also had the honour of being the first civilian physiotherapist to attend a British Royal Marine Winter deployment to Norway.

He is a keen golfer and snow skier, with a vested interest in local cricket and football.

Kristin Cameron

Kristin has worked across Australia and New Zealand having completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Otago University in New Zealand in 2012. She has developed her skills over a wide range of physiotherapy practices and applies her knowledge and experience to create a highly individualised approach to treatment. Her main areas of interest are acute injury management and rehabilitation, especially of the lower limbs. Coming from a sporting background and having plenty of experience with injuries herself, she enjoys the challenge and reward of getting a patient back to their pre-injury status, whether that’s back on the sports field, back to work or back to full function around the house.

 Outside of work Kristin enjoys going to the beach, working out, playing rugby, watching sport and travelling – especially back to New Zealand to see family.

Carol Leong

Carol completed a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. She has developed a broad skill set through the use of manual therapy techniques, dry needling, hydrotherapy and exercise prescription to effectively achieve client’s goals. She brings her experience from working in several different private clinics, with a special interest in spinal injuries, orthopaedic rehabilitation and women’s health.

Carol enjoys travelling and venturing to different cafes and restaurants. With her love for outdoor activities, she also enjoys the beach, hiking and playing basketball. 


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Simon Xing

Simon has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) from the University of Sydney. He started working for Hurstville Physio Plus in 2016, after working in a wide range of physiotherapy settings including rehabilitation, hydrotherapy and personal training. Since his graduation, Simon has continued to compliment his interest in physiotherapy by pursuing further education in muscle energy and dry needling techniques.

Simon is a keen swimmer, having practiced swimming since a young age. He also has strong interests in fencing, karate, and snowboarding. He enjoys to travel as well as sit back with the latest movie Marvel or DC has to offer.  Simon prides himself in his hands on approach and approachable nature.


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Barbara Kallinosis
Senior physiotherapist

Barbara is a St George local and her professional career in health started over 25 years ago. She has qualifications in physiotherapy, Occupational Health and Safety and Social Ecology.

Her particular interest is in Aged Care physiotherapy and rehabilitation within the local community. She visits many clients in their own homes to help with their rehabilitation; particularly after a stroke and to maintain strength and mobility to support them to continue living independently. In Aged Care facilities she helps clients improve or restore their mobility, and develop strength and confidence to enable continued participation with activities of everyday living.

Barbara has loved living in the St George area for the last 16 years with her daughter and family. Her interests include, cycling, swimming, bushwalking, yoga, reading and live theatre.


Angelique Zappia
Practice manager

Angelique has over 16 year’s of experience in providing exceptional customer service and administrative support in the corporate retail and childcare sector.

She enjoys working as part of a team, is great at organising us all and loves greeting our clients with a smile.

Angelique enjoys cake making and racing around after her two young daughters.


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Sheena O’Riordan
Business manager

Sheena has 29 years’ experience in the healthcare sector where her work has focused on quality improvement, adult education and promoting best practice in primary care.

She has been actively involved in supporting Greg to transition from being a sole practitioner 18 years ago when she moved from England to Australia, to being the thriving multidisciplinary practice it is today.

She balances her work with her own professional career and raising her and Greg’s two boys.


Career Opportunities
Current vacancies:

Physiotherapist – FT or PT needed to join our dynamic team. If you are wanting to accelerate your manual therapy skills to the next level and be mentored by a highly experienced physiotherapist then call Greg for a chat or send us your CV and cover letter to admin@physioplushurstville.com.au.

Part-time experienced massage therapist required to join our team. Please contact Greg 9579 5662 and send your CV and cover letter to admin@physioplushurstville.com.au.

 A variety of positions may become available including Physiotherapist, Exercise Physiologist, Psychologist, Massage Therapist, Clinical Pilates Instructor and Reception. If you are interested in working in a multi-discipline organisation with a focus on excellence in healthcare service, please address all enquiries to

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