Tom Hol

Senior Physiotherapist + Clinic Owner

Tom brings a fresh approach to business ownership, focusing on keeping his staff happy.  He does this partly because he knows it keeps his clients happy, and partly because he gets real pleasure out of making sure his team are stimulated and progressing in whatever area of the business interests them.

Tom has always put his whole self into what he is passionate about, and is one of those fortunate people whose passion, and work, are one and the same. An almost 10-year career as a chef saw him running a well-known hatted restaurant in Potts Point, appearing on the TV show, Iron Chef, and working with some of Sydney’s most respected and innovative Executive Chefs.  However, when his passion for human movement and mobility took over, Tom orchestrated a career change and retrained as a physiotherapist.

Graduating from Australian Catholic University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Tom sought out the game-changers in the physiotherapy field and found an instant fit with Physio Inq.  Tom started work at the Engadine clinic in January 2017 and within a short period of time, was managing the clinic, and enjoying his new profession.

Tom, with his wife and business partner, Laura, purchased the Physio Inq Engadine clinic in 2018.  Under their guidance, the clinic grew, and in 2022 it was relocated across Station Street, to a commercial property three times the original clinic's size.   In 2019 Tom and Laura opened their second clinic, Physio Inq Sutherland: a huge undertaking, but nothing too daunting for the Hols.

Tom leads by example and encourages people to maximise their achievements.  He is always thinking about getting the best results out of the efforts that are put in.

Tom has a passion for cycling and endurance sports. Tom's areas of interest include knee, hip, and people looking for a second opinion on a complex issue. Tom can also speak conversational Dutch.

Lisa Schaup

Senior Physiotherapist

Lisa found herself at Physio Inq Sutherland after moving all the way from Cape Town, South Africa to progress her career Down Under. Lisa was drawn to physiotherapy because of her own love of movement and background as a pilates instructor and ballerina. Lisa loves coming to work because she finds facilitating progress in her patients to be extremely rewarding. Lisa also loves to be surrounded by a team of skilled clinicians in an environment where there is continuous improvement - Physio Inq Sutherland was a perfect match! When not at work Lisa is probably at the gym, out running and exploring Sydney’s beautiful beaches, reading or enjoying a glass of wine.

Lisa is passionate about educating and empowering her clients. She has special interests in sports, dance and ankle rehab, drawing from her own experience in these fields; as well as using spinal mobility techniques for treating back and neck pain. Lisa is bilingual Afrikaans and English.

Ryan Pascoe

Senior Physiotherapist

Ryan found himself at Physio Inq Engadine and Sutherland after spending several years in emergency nursing. After deciding that physiotherapy was his long term career choice, Ryan stumbled across Physio Inq Engadine on one of his final clinical placements. It was meant to be! Ryan loves coming to work because he gets to spend one on one time with people, bettering their lives in many ways. And, as an added bonus, he loves to work with incredible and supportive practitioners who share the same values in the approach to physiotherapy care. When not at work, Ryan is probably enjoying a good coffee, being active, spending time with friends and family or watching sports.

Ryan is a passionate Physiotherapist with a history in Emergency Nursing, and a keen interest in sports, head/neck issues, fractures, and acute and chronic pain. He loves inspiring people to go back to doing all the things they enjoy. He is the Lead Physiotherapist for the Sydney University Women’s Rugby Union team and has worked as a Sports Trainer for the GWS Giants.

Hayden Rodda


Hayden found himself at Physio Inq Sutherland after his experiences competing in a variety of sports growing up and suffering a variety of injuries led him to a fulfilling career in helping others through musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Hayden loves coming to work because he gets to help empower people to get back to their best while working with a fun and passionate team. When not at work Hayden is probably somewhere outside, usually at the beach, on a mountain, or road tripping.

Hayden is an empathic physio, who loves to empower his clients to be the best version of themselves. He has a passion for sports, particularly AFL, as well as musculoskeletal rehab to get everyone back to the activities they love. Hayden can also speak conversational Norwegian.

Jana Liaros


Jana found herself at Physio Inq Sutherland after working as a physiotherapist for a few soccer teams. Jana came into Physiotherapy after playing soccer and netball for many years, witnessing and experiencing different injuries. Jana loves coming to work to collaborate and engage with a variety of patients to help them achieve their sporting and physical activity goals and get them back to what they enjoy most. When not at work Jana is probably painting, playing soccer, or swimming and getting some sun!

Jana is passionate about educating clients and developing personalised treatment plans and rehab programs for the prevention and management of a variety of injuries. She has a keen interest in head and neck pain/issues as well as sports related injuries.

Bec Martin

Senior Exercise Physiologist

Bec found herself at Physio Inq Engadine and Sutherland after growing up spending most of her time on a basketball court, spending a fair amount of time in Physio herself. Bec loves coming to work to assist people achieve their health goals and support them throughout their rehab journey. When Bec is not at work she is probably hanging out with her dog, going on day trips down south or enjoying an adventure outdoors.

Bec is a compassionate Senior Exercise Physiologist who helps clients achieve their individual health and fitness goals. Her areas of interest are arthritic conditions, osteoporosis, and falls prevention.

Rachel Maddick

Remedial Massage Therapist

Rachel specialises in massage therapy designed to soothe the nervous system, relieve tension, and alleviate pain. She has a keen interest addressing modern-day living challenges in managing stress as well as issues related to modern postures leading to neck, shoulder pain and headaches. She combines deep tissue, trigger point, and myofascial release techniques. Rachel's holistic approach creates a healing environment, offering tailored solutions for clients to manage stress and discomfort from contemporary lifestyles.

Jess Shaw

Senior Client Relationship Manager

Jess found herself 'ruling the roost' at Physio Inq Sutherland after deciding, when returning to the workforce after having kids, that she needed a career change from retail management. Jess loves coming to work because it's a rewarding and energetic environment. When not at work Jess is probably chasing around after her two daughters and enjoying the outdoors, whether it's a weekend full of action or sitting on the beach!

Casey Frater

Client Relationship Manager

Casey found herself at Physio Inq Sutherland while looking for a community-focussed job whilst studying Economics.
Casey loves coming to work to spend time with our wonderful clients and hard-working team.
When not at work Casey is probably spending time with friends and family, playing sport, or waterskiing!

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