About us

Health on Grange Physiotherapy was established in 2007 in a purpose built, new modern practice. All of our rooms are private and our highly trained physiotherapists offer individualized hands-on treatment. A fully equipped gymnasium is also available for pilates (spinal stabilization exercises) and rehabilitation facilities.

We offer physiotherapy for a variety of conditions and patients including elite level and recreational athletes as well as those with non-athletic injuries and general joint pain and stiffness. Our experienced physiotherapists also offer dry needling to aid the recovery of certain injuries. We pride ourselves on offering evidence-based treatment and ensuring patients have a good understanding of the problem.

Health on Grange Physiotherapy is a preferred provider for a number of health care companies which ensures patients get a maximal rebate from their fund for their Physiotherapy Services.

Health on the Grange Practice Adelaide

Our Physiotherapists

Physiotherapist – MSc. & BSc.(Hons) Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist – BSc. Physiotherapy 2005
Physiotherapist – BSc.(Hons) Physiotherapy
Wayne Physiotherapist

Wayne Dessaur

Bachelor of Science Physiotherapy (Hons) 2001 Master of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy 2005

Wayne is the Principle Physiotherapist at Health on Grange. After playing professional county cricket with Nottinghamshire in the UK, Wayne graduated and moved over to Australia. He has worked exclusively in Private Practice, treating sports injuries, post-operative rehabilitation patients and general musculoskeletal injuries.

Wayne is a titled APA Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with the Australia Physiotherapy Association and has worked with the Port Adelaide Magpies in the SANFL. Wayne has also been involved with covering matches, treatments and pre-season screenings of players for the South Australian Cricket Association. 

In 2008, he published a paper regarding shoulder injuries in the Journal of Sports and Orthopaedic Physical Therapy – “Diagnostic Accuracy of Clinical Tests for Superior Labral Anterior Posterior Lesions: A Systematic Review”. He has also been involved with the University of South Australia as a clinical educator and lecturer in their physiotherapy program.

He has a special interest in shoulder injuries, dry needling and chronic lower back pain.

Cailynn See

Physiotherapist – BSc. Physiotherapy 2005

Cailynn graduated from Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in 2005.

She spent the first few years of her career working in a private practice in Sydney where she gained a wealth of knowledge and experience treating a variety of patients ranging from sports injuries to workplace injuries and post-operative care.

She then relocated to London, UK in 2008 and gained some experience working in the NHS. During the 11 years in London, Cailynn also worked for a large private medical organisation and developed strong interests in treating neck, back and shoulder injuries.

Cailynn has since then expanded her skills further with Acupuncture training (dry needling) and workplace ergonomics training.
Cailynn takes a holistic approach when it comes to diagnosing and treating each patient’s injury. This approach alongside manual therapy and evidence based exercise prescription will not only help patients back to their pre-injury state but also prevent them from reinjuring again.

Cailynn moved back to Adelaide in 2020 with her family and has continued to enjoy working in the private practice setting as well as in aged care.
Cailynn aims to keep all her patients as fit and mobile as possible by treating the cause, prescribe tailored exercises and provide helpful advice.

Outside of work Cailynn enjoys spending time with her family, playing the piano and doing some travels whenever possible.

Sumin Physiotherapist

Sumin Kim

Physiotherapist – BSc.(Hons) Physiotherapy

Sumin is a physiotherapist dedicated to enhancing client well-being through individualised care. Specializing in a range of conditions from sports injuries to cervicogenic dizziness, vestibular issues, and particularly spine disorders (including neck, upper back, and low back) as well as shoulder issues, he aims to treat not just the symptoms but the underlying causes to prevent recurrence. His approach emphasises self-management, empowering clients towards their own recovery.

With a background as a Strength and Conditioning Coach and experiences as the team physio for the Adelaide Olympic Soccer team and the SA Under 18 Hockey team, Sumin brings a unique perspective to sports performance and rehabilitation.

He holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with first-class honours from the University of South Australia, where he was awarded the Elma Caseley Prize for exceptional clinical skills, and is currently advancing his skills with a Master’s in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy through the University of Queensland.

Sumin’s practise is informed by a deep belief in the power of manual therapy, combined with a commitment to holistic care. His professional and academic achievements reflect his dedication to the field of physiotherapy and his passion for helping clients achieve optimal health.