Our Team / Practitioners

Petros Vournelis

B.Sc.,(1995) M.Chiro(1997) dip. Health Science (1992),

Petros has over 23 years’ experience as a practitioner having completed a Bachelor of Science degree, Master of Chiropractic and an associate diploma in health science (massage). He is also registered as an Osteopath.

Petros integrates various techniques when treating his patients. He has a strong rehab aspect in his clinic which has him prescribing exercises to prolong the effects of his treatment. He believes that rehabilitation and exercise should follow the return of normal movement patterns and not before.

Petros has a special interest in postural, structural and movement pattern assessment especially in performers and ametur runners. His assessment of movement and then correction through awareness, treatment and rehab allows the patient to achieve movement efficiency and their full potential.

Petros is a keen supporter of musical theatre, professional and ametur dance and is a commited long distance runner, cyclist and swimmer.

Dr Anton Gillezeau

Anton brings over 30 years of Chiropractic clinical experience to the Sydney Osteopathy and Chiropractic Centre having set up and run successful practices in Sydney, Central London and the Northern Beaches over that time. 

With a B.Sc. from UNSW and a Graduate Diploma in Chiropractic Anton is a caring, focused and thorough practitioner, ensuring that clients enjoy the best possible experience as they move towards their health and wellness goals.

Raymond Smith

As human health is complex, Raymond offers a holistic, patient oriented approach to his treatments
His passion commenced in the area of health and fitness, which led to him completing his first degree in Sports Science at UNSW. He furthered his studies with Sports Medicine, Sports rehabilitation and a Masters in Chiropractic in1996.
He is a member of Sports Medicine Australia, American college of Sports Medicine, The National Strength and Conditioning Association and the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association.

In other work experience Raymond has lectured at various colleges in Australia including Osteopathic techniques at UWS in Sydney. Has taught Aerobics Yoga and Trained staff for Gyms in the USA and Mexico.
Raymond uses a multimodal approach to restore function and improve health based on decades of clinical and life experience.

His tool-bag includes education, Chiropractic, Osteopathic and soft tissue techniques, exercise rehabilitation, dry needling and acupuncture
He treats chronic problems such as TMJ, headaches, tennis elbow and problematic hands and hips.
Having a keen interest in sports, he treats many overload injuries commonly attributed to running, the gym and water related sports.

Raymond’s current interests include exercise, water sports, skiing and Latin dancing. He is also fluent in Spanish.

Amaury Cork
Massage Therapist

Amaury has 15 years experience in remedial massage therapy. He has worked alongside different practitioners and has developed his own massage style. He has set up practices in Australia, Hungary and Norway. The focus of remedial massage as a manual therapy is to help the body to heal itself as well as helping re-program the nervous system with sensory disruption. Massage also helps relieve anxiety and emotional distress associated with pain and chronic pain. Using a wide range of techniques, Amaury tailors the massage to the client’s needs so the massage have an effect on the general well-being as well as a focus at the client’ specific musculoskeletal issues.