We exist to help patients perform better.

Injuries happen in all aspect of life; home, work, sport, and play, and we know these injuries affect the ability to perform.

We work hard to avoid the model that has people coming back over and over again. Offering a range of services, our aim is to assist in the recovery from injury in the most efficient way possible and to prevent the injury happening again.

We partner with a range of the local GPs, Specialists, and businesses to achieve an optimal resolution.

HPP strives to grow in knowledge and techniques to help all patients return to their optimal performance.

Our team, dedicated to getting you back to your best.

Rachael Billingham


Rachael graduated from the University of Newcastle.

During her studies she worked as a sports trainer for a first-grade football team in the Hunter, where she gained valuable experience in acute injury management. She also developed her rehabilitation skills working alongside neurological clients in the home. These experiences have grown Rachael’s passion for getting people back to their everyday activities.

Outside of work Rachael enjoys tennis and touch football, but is always keen to try something new- currently this includes soccer and surfing.

While Rachael herself enjoys sports she understands not all people are the same and is able to tailor treatments appropriately.



B. Physio (Hons) – 2018

Tim “TJ” Hayes


TJ has joined the Physio team after graduating Charles Sturt University. He started his Physiotherapy career in the hospital system in Sydney but made the switch to Private Practice not long after.

TJ enjoys being able to help people from all walks of life return to what they love doing. He has helped injuried workers get back to work, Athletes return to sport, and Parents or Carers returning to caring for those around them. When TJ isn’t working he can be heard playing a guitar.


B. Physio





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Tim Paine


Tim graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2011 with a First Class Honours in Physiotherapy. Since then he has always worked in private practice in the Hunter region.

Tim has previous experience with both the Newcastle Knights and Jets but also with Hunter Valley Grammar Rowing and various other local sports clubs. He has also worked extensively in orthopaedic rehabilitation with a number of local surgeons.

His real passion is getting everyone out doing what they want to be doing, whether it’s sport, work or fun, the goal is to enjoy life.

Tim has previously played and coached football but is currently doing his own rehabilitation following knee surgery.


B. Physio (Hons. First Class) – 2011
GEMt Dry Needling Level 1,2,3
Watson Shoulder Level 1


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Ryan Kennedy


Ryan graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2007. He returned to Vancouver, Canada where he began his private practice Musculoskeletal career.

During his career Ryan has worked with people from all walks of life from the stay-at-home parent or grandparent, to the athletes of all skill levels including the weekend warrior and professional. He has worked with injured workers, that sit at a desk most of the days to those who swing tools for a living.  Ryan enjoys working with people from all age groups, sporting and non-sporting to achieve a quick but enduring solution to acute and chronic injuries.

Ryan is a keen cyclist who enjoys ice hockey and has played state level water polo.


B. Physio (2007)
GEMt Dry Needling Level 1,2,3
McKenzie Level 1
Sports Trainer Level 1
SFMA 1 & 2