Ed Hollis 

Principal Physiotherapist, Director Tuggeranong & Belconnen

B.Sc.Grad.Dip.Phty, MAPA Sports Physiotherapist, Master of Sports Directorship

Educated at Sydney University Ed moved to Canberra founding Performance Edge Physiotherapy in 1995.

Ed has finished a 5 year sabbatical in the UK working as Head of Medical Services at the Leicester Tigers Rugby Club. He has worked with the Australian Wallabies for the 2019 World Cup and the 2020 Bledisloe Cup series. Ed has had extensive experience working with a number of sporting organisations across various sports both here in Australia and the UK, he is currently enjoying working with the Brumbies Rugby Union team.

He has a keen interest in the management of sporting injuries, particularly sacroiliac joint dysfunction and rehabilitation. Ed remains an important member of our team running regular in-service training and being available for case conferencing and staff mentoring.

Some of the sports organisations Ed has worked with:

  • Tuggeranong Vikings Rugby Union Club

  • Canberra Vikings Rugby Union Team

  • Australian Women’s Football Team

  • Physiotherapist 2000 Olympic Games (Women’s Football)

  • Australian U19’s Women’s Softball Team

  • Australian U20’s Rugby World Cup Team 2006

  • Canberra Raiders Rugby league team 2000 – 2005 & 2013

  • Brumbies Rugby Union 2006 & 2008 – 2010

  • Belconnen Blue Devils Soccer Team – NSW State Soccer League

  • Head Physiotherapist Tottenham Hotspur Football Club (English Premier League)

  • Head Physiotherapist - Australian Wallabies (RWC 2019, Bledisloe 2020)

Dave Wellington

Sports Physiotherapist, Principal Physiotherapist Director Tuggeranong

B.Phty., M.Sports., Musc.Phty

Physiotherapist for the Plus 500 Brumbies, Dave graduated from James Cook University in Townsville in 2008 on a scholarship from Queensland Health and upon returning from playing rugby professionally in Portugal is our head physiotherapist.


His professional interests include treating sports injuries, hydrotherapy and dry needling. He currently plays rugby league, rugby union, touch football and surf lifesaving. Dave has worked with the Canberra Vikings NRC team, the Canberra Olympic Football club, the Canberra Cavalry, the Tuggeranong Vikings Rugby Union Club and the Prime Minister’s XI. Dave is currently the physiotherapist for the Plus 500 Brumbies and the Canberra Vikings NRC team.

Dave holds a Masters Degree in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy from Griffith University on the Gold Coast. Dave has an advanced level of clinical reasoning and has achieved registration as a Titled Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.

Dave has previously worked with:

  • Canberra Vikings National Rugby Union Championship 

  • Prime Minister’s XI 

  • Canberra Olympic FC 

  • Canberra Cavalry Baseball Team 

  • Tuggeranong Vikings Rugby Union Club Queensland Country Rugby Union Team Queensland Outback Barbarians Rugby side

Tim McNally

Sports Physiotherapist

B.Ed., M.Physio., M.Sports.Phty

Tim returns to Performance Edge Physio at the Tuggeranong clinic having previously worked at Belconnen from 2010-2014. Tim graduated from University of Canberra in mid 2010 with a Master of Physiotherapy and has since completed a Masters in Sports physiotherapy at La Trobe University. Tim’s thirst for learning continues with his current part time enrolment in a Master of Strength and Conditioning at Edith Cowan University.

Tim has gained experience working with athletes in Soccer (Canberra Olympic, Woden Valley FC), Rugby League (Canberra Raiders NYC and NRL) and Aussie Rules (Ainslie Football Club) and has developed a keen interest in the management of Hamstring injuries, tendon pain, knee, groin and shoulder complaints. Tim has written and presented content for the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s Sports level 1 courses, evening lectures and the APA’s sports chapters’ national magazine. Outside of work hours, Tim enjoys tutoring students at the University of Canberra, is the Chair of the ACT’s Sports Physiotherapy Committee and tries to work on his mediocre guitar skills.

Jayden Hunter




Jayden is passionate about helping people to return to an active, pain-free lifestyle. His professional interests include managing sporting and musculoskeletal injuries – particularly low back pain, hip pain and tendon injury- as well as dry needling, and strength training.


Jayden has worked with the following organisations:

  • 2021- Present: Head Physiotherapist Tuggeranong Vikings Rugby Union

  • 2020-2021: Assisted Brumbies Senior Men Rugby Union

  • 2021: Coverage Canberra Football National Premier League

Outside of work, Jayden enjoys staying active himself through basketball and gym work, or travelling to the coast and his hometown of Port Macquarie.

Charlotte Martin

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Charlotte completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra in 2019.


Charlotte is passionate about sport-related injuries, upper limb overuse injuries, post-operative rehabilitation, post-partum recovery and exercise prescription. Charlotte is particularly interested and experienced in weightlifting, gymnastics and rock-climbing specific injuries.


Outside of work, Charlotte enjoys weight-training, rock-climbing and horse-riding.

Tuggeranong PEP Admin Team

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Michelle Hollis



Admin Manager



Admin Team

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Admin Team

Sanga Yoon
Sports Physiotherapist

B.Physio., M.Sports.Physio.

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Sanga hails from sunny North Queensland, completing schooling and university in Townsville. Sanga has completed his Master of Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University.

Sanga has an interest in sporting injuries, orthopaedic post-op rehabilitation and general musculoskeletal injuries.