We live in a culture of the HUSTLE. We celebrate those who push themselves to the limits. We idolize those who put in the work every single day, non-stop.
But the endless grind can leave you mentally and physically exhausted. Do you quit then? No.
Now, imaging something that bring comfort and eliminate stiffness and soreness in your daily life, both physically and mentally while helps you to excel in your daily performance, whether it is work or life. We are here for you.
Quality above all
At BOOSTER, our goals is to provide the opportunity to live a fit and healthy good lifestyle. We believe that no matter what dreams you are chasing, taking good care of your physical body helps you to strive for the best.
We understand that with the hectic lifestyle and busy schedule, many of us don’t get the opportunity to have a full schedule of gym workout or exercise, let alone your workstation at your office were already uncomfortable.
Our product are here to help you to relieve your pain in your lifestyle and your work.
Meet our team
Dr. Trisha Ching
• Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) : University of Sydney
• Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Pessary: University of South Australia
• Musculoskeletal and Pelvic Health Physiotherapist
• Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
Trisha is also the founder of Sydney Women’s Physiotherapy and has over 17 years of clinical experience in Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Physiotherapy.
Trisha is committed to leading her team in providing the highest quality of care to empower each individual patient to achieve their goals with sensitivity, understanding and respect.
Early in her physiotherapy career she gained a firm foundation in assessing and treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Her most rewarding and challenging role was working as a civilian physiotherapist within the British Army, where she gained a strong interest in treating complex musculoskeletal conditions. This grounded her skills in biomechanics of the human body.
Dr. Jo Brown
• Bachelor of Physiotherapy : University of Otago
• Post Graduate Certificate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine: Canterbury University
• PhD at the University of Sunshine Coast School of Sport and Exercise Medicine
With 20 years of experience with elite sport having worked with more than 10 different sports at international level Jo’s experience is unparalleled.
Jo has a special interest in upper limb and overhead sporting injuries, particularly in those athletes playing tennis and swimming. As a result of being a swimmer herself, completing her PhD, which studied shoulder injuries in swimmers, and her experience working with Olympic, Paralympic and open water swimmers and elite tennis players Jo has an extensive knowledge in treating shoulder injuries. Jo’s experience has also sparked her interest in wrist and elbow injuries and their role in shoulder injuries as part of the kinetic chain
Jo’s other area of interest is dance medicine. She has developed a strong following in the dance community across the Sunshine Coast. Jo has completed Australian Physiotherapy Association and IADAMS dance physiotherapy qualifications. Jo is involved in all aspects of dance care including injury prevention, pre-pointe and pre-full time assessments, and the management of dance specific injuries.