Fady graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2003.
Fady has been involved in providing sports coverage for both rugby league and union for a
number of years. He has a special interest in the management of sports injuries including
prevention and rehabilitation. He has completed level 1 and 2 sports physiotherapy, dry
needling, and knee and hip pain in sport courses.
Fady worked for two years in a rehabilitation hospital helping patients following their total
knee and hip replacements to get to maximum function. He was responsible for the
outpatient clinic in the hospital for one year.
Fady has also taken an interest in the diagnosis and management of a variety of conditions
including shoulder instability, lumbopelvic dysfunction, Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) and
Fady has been working full-time at Pro-fit Physio & Allied Health Centre since 2010 providing
the highest quality care for all patients.
Fady is committed to expanding his knowledge regularly through continued professional
Fady is a Professional Member of The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA).