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Isaac Serhan

Isaac Serhan - Health Space Clinics

Isaac has shared an interest in sports from a young age, having played soccer all his life. His passion for how the body works and returning from injury has allowed him to pursue and dedicate his career to Physiotherapy and helping others with their injuries.

Isaac has successfully completed a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology from the University of New South Wales, followed by a Masters of Physiotherapy from Sydney University. Ever since, Isaac has been offering his services for several years out of a gym in Kensington, where he has helped people with various injuries achieve their goals and return to their desired sport and level of function.

Having previously had knee surgery, Isaac understands the importance of great Physiotherapy and rehabilitation, driving him to help others through the most up to date evidence based practice.

Isaac enjoys keeping fit and healthy across all fronts, and alongside playing soccer enjoys strength training. He has a main interest in the treatment of sporting and chronic injuries. You can book in with Isaac at either the Kings Cross practice or Kingsford practice, to help you regain control.

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