Haberfield Physiotherapy

About Us

Vincent Cagliostro

Physiotherapist

  • Vincent completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) at the University of Sydney in 1996.
  • He has extensive experience working in Australia and the UK in both the public and private sector.
  • He practiced in the UK for 5 years as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, and worked with Fulham Football Club Academy and the English Judo Team.
  • He worked as a Physiotherapist at the Olympic Village, during the Sydney Olympic games.
  • Over the years provided and currently provides Physiotherapy to National and State level athletes as well as weekend warriors.
  • Vincent has extensive experience in acute injury management, fracture management, sporting injuries and post-operative rehabilitation.
  • He has a special interest in treating neck pain and headaches.
  • Vincent has a passion for sports and grew up playing competitive tennis and mediocre soccer.

Tim Tattersall

Physiotherapist

  • Tim has completed a Masters of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Sydney. He also has a Bachelor of Science degree Majoring in Kinesiology from the University of Lethbridge in Canada.
  • He has extensive experience working in Australia and Canada in both the public and private sectors, and extensive experience in various sports including Rugby, AFL, Netball, and Ice Hockey.
  • He currently works with state and grade levels of AFL and Netball in Sydney.
  • Tim has a strong passion for the rehabilitation of the young and experienced athletes through exercise and evidence-based intervention that he has developed through his own experiences in athletics. He has a long-playing career in elite Soccer and has also previously played Ice Hockey and American Football.
  • Being from Western Canada, Tim loves being outdoors, exploring the woods and mountains to enjoy the fresh air and spectacular views.
  • When he is not at work, you can usually find Tim at the beach, the gym, or planning his next trip to gain new experiences and culture.