Tim Keeley - Principal Physiotherapist at Physio Fitness in Bondi Junction

Tim Keeley

B.Phty, Cred.MDT, APAM

Principal Physiotherapist | Director

McKenzie Credentialled Physiotherapist

E: timkeeley@physiofitness.com.au

Tim Keeley is a Physiotherapist from New Zealand with over 25 years experience in Physiotherapy and the Fitness Industries. He is the Principal Physiotherapist and Director of Physio Fitness, a rehabilitation expert, clinical educator and convention presenter. He is a NSW registered Physiotherapist, internationally credentialed Mckenzie spinal Physiotherapist and member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

He specialises in sports, fitness and training injuries, corrective exercise rehabilitation programs and strengthening for lower back pain and lumbar disc injuries, shoulder pain + surgery, rotator cuff injuries, frozen shoulder, knee pain, patello-femoral pain and ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction surgery.

Tim has two young kids and is a keen skier and triathlete, competing in the Noosa and 70.3 Ironman Triathlons in Australia.


He graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago, New Zealand in 1997. He then completed the 4-stage McKenzie Course and Credentialling examination to become an internationally credentialed McKenzie Therapist. Tim began his Physiotherapy career at the Christchurch Park Physiotherapy Clinic, located in the Christchurch Rugby Football Club grounds in Christchurch, New Zealand. He was the Senior Rugby Team Physiotherapist for 2 years from 1998 to 1999. Tim then moved to London in 2000 and became the Senior Physiotherapist for Sona Positive Health (now integrated into Nuffield Proactive), operating an on-site Physiotherapy clinic inside the corporate health club of Deutsche Bank AG in the City of London. During this time he has undertaken an extensive amount of continual post-graduate professional development.

Tim then settled in Sydney in Australia in 2004 to become the Senior Physiotherapist and Clinical Mentor/Educator at Get Active Physiotherapy in St Leonards. During this time Tim has been a highly acclaimed presenter at 6 international FILEX conventions, educating the fitness industry on corrective exercise programming and injury prevention. He has also lectured on the Certificate 3 Fitness and 4 Master Trainer courses at the Australian Institute of Fitness, has written for Fitness First magazine and has appeared on Sunrise on Channel 7. Tim started Physio Fitness Australia (re-branding the Get Active Physiotherapy clinics), and opened the clinic in Bondi Junction in 2009 as the central reception clinic.

Tim also runs physiorehab.com, which hosts the most effective Physio exercises, professional courses, educational videos + structured rehabilitation programs for injuries, surgery, strengthening + mobility. He also is a regular video creator and is uploading new content every week to his growing You Tube channel.


 Back, neck and shoulder pain
 Lumbar spine disc injuries
 Rotator cuff impingement injuries and tendinopathy
 ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction surgery rehabilitation
 Shoulder surgery + frozen shoulder rehabilitation
 Knee injuries and knee surgery rehab
 Sports, fitness and training Injuries
 Kinesio taping
 Dry needling
 Corrective exercise rehabilitation programs
 Muscle re-activation and balancing
 McKenzie spinal therapy
 Core stability and posture correction
 Biomechanical gait analysis
 Custom-made foot orthotics