Jean-Claude DiManno - Remedial Massage Therapist Dip. Remedial Massage, Bachelor Sport Exercise Management 

Jean-Claude graduated from a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Management at UTS in 2016, has completed a Diploma in Remedial Massage and is currently undergoing a Masters degree in Exercise Physiology at the Australian Catholic University Strathfield. He is a current member of the Association of Massage Therapists (AMT) and Exercise Sports Science Australia (ESSA).

Jean-Claude is passionate about human movement, sports performance and rehabilitation through manual manipulation and exercise. He is driven to understand how to make the body move more efficiently, effectively and without the presence of pain. As an individual he has always competed in multiple sporting competitions, striving to achieve his best, however he has found himself on the treatment table more times than he’d like. As a result, learning the importance of injury prevention, manual therapy and education helped gain an understanding of how to manage niggles and setbacks, further providing him with the drive and passion to be a healthcare professional helping others in the same boat. 

Throughout the completion of his degree and current workplace experiences, he has attained the knowledge of multiple chronic diseases and injuries. He has a deep understanding of musculoskeletal anatomy, rehabilitation and is very willing to continue to develop his education and skills. Jean-Claude has been invited as a massage therapist to treat at multiple sporting competitions, including:

• ATP Cup (tennis)
• WTA Sydney International (tennis)
• Hyundai A-League (soccer)


Furthermore, providing remedial massage to people ranging from the everyday hero, Paralympians and Commonwealth games medallists in cycling and swimming.