• <span>Neck</span>  &amp; back pain
  • <span>Sporting</span> injuries
  • <span>Posture</span> &amp; Ergonomics
  • <span>Work</span> Related Injuries
  • <span>Cast &amp;</span> Fracture Management
  • <span>Pregnancy</span> Support

Our Staff

Matthew Wehbe

Matthew Wehbe is the principle physiotherapist and owner of Five Dock Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre. He qualified with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) from the University of Sydney.

In the past Matthew has worked as a physiotherapist at the NSW Institute of Sports Medicine and he has also worked with various sporting teams over the years including: Sydney United Football Club, APIA Leichardt Tigers Soccer Club, West Harbour Rugby Union Club, Marconi Stallions Soccer Club, and a range of Winter Super League Soccer teams. Matthew was the Head Physiotherapist at Sydney United Football Club in the NSW Premier League from 2004 to 2008 and head Physiotherapist at APIA Leichhardt in 2010.

Matthew is a sports enthusiast who played Rugby Union for 21 years and also played touch football and Oztag for over 10 years. He now enjoys keeping fit and healthy with a varying mix of exercise including swimming, jogging and gym based training including a crossfit style of functional training and weights training.

Matthew enjoys treating all areas of the body, but has a particular interest in treating shoulder injuries, spinal complaints, sports injuries and rehabilitating people after surgery. Matthew is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia, Physiotherapy Business Australia and Sports Physiotherapy Australia.

Brittany Doueihi (currently on Maternity leave)

Brittany Doueihi first joined Five Dock Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre in 2007, initially working as a part time receptionist helping to manage the front desk. Brittany then completed her Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) degree at the University of Sydney in 2010, and made the move to the treatment rooms as a full time physiotherapist.

Brittany has provided physiotherapy sports coverage on match days for the APIA Leichardt Tigers Soccer Club and has also provided sports coverage for the Inner Western Suburbs Netball Association, including State Age representative fixtures. Brittany has a passion for sport having played Netball for over 17 years, as well as Touch Football and Oztag for 9 years.

As well as having a great interest in musculoskeletal and sporting injuries, Brittany enjoys treating dancers, paediatric conditions (Children), and both Women’s Health and Pregnancy-Related Conditions. Brittany is accredited in Clinical Pilates both for individual and group sessions. She is also a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia, and Sports Physiotherapy Australia.

Adrian Tocchet

Adrian Tocchet completed his Masters of Physiotherapy degree at The University of Sydney following an undergraduate degree in Health Sciences. He first became acquainted with our clinic when he presented as a patient following a sports injury. Adrian then joined our team as a Physio Assistant and also helped with weekend sports coverage before completing university and taking on a full time physiotherapy role.

Adrian has an interest in both musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy with a focus on injury prevention, sports specific training and rehabilitation in the gym. He has a clinical interest in ankle instability and gluteal dysfunction, and Adrian enjoys treating neck and back pain. Adrian has experience providing match day sports coverage for the Inner Western Suburbs Netball Association and their Stage Age Representative teams, which he continues to work with this season. Adrian has also provided physiotherapy coverage for various local football and basketball teams. 

Aside from physiotherapy Adrian has a very keen interest in basketball and has both played and coached at a representative level. He also enjoys swimming and gym-based strength training. Adrian is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Association and Sports Physiotherapy Association.

Haley Lowe

Hayley Lowe first joined our physiotherapy team in early 2016. Hayley completed her Masters of Physiotherapy degree at The University of Sydney following an undergraduate degree in Health Sciences.

Hayley enjoys treating and rehabilitating musculoskeletal complaints and sports injuries. She has an interest in treating women’s health and pregnancy related conditions, as well as paediatric conditions (Children). Hayley places a strong emphasis on exercise prescription for long term recovery and future injury prevention.  She is accredited in Clinical Pilates and is available for one-on-one consultations. Her sporting background and Hayley’s own injuries have also influenced her interest in treating and preventing ankle and knee injuries.

Hayley continues to be very active playing soccer, touch football and Oztag and has played Netball for many years. She is also a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia, and Sports Physiotherapy Australia.

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    Phone

    02 9713 2455


     150 Great North Rd

     Five Dock NSW 2046

    Upstairs in Five Dock Medical Centre

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