Ray Chen
Integrative Physiotherapist

Mounties Care
Integrative Health Clinic

Introducing Integrative Physiotherapy 
to Mounties Care Integrative Health Clinic Freshwater

Ray joins us with a wealth of experience as a musculoskeletal/sports Physiotherapist, having worked with Central Coast Mariners and Manly United FC. He is also a mindfulness practitioner and researcher.

Ray is extremely passionate about supporting people suffering from chronic/persistent pain. After going through his own traumatic accident, he has dedicated his professional career to offering an integrated model of care which he believes produces the most effective results. He has helped everyone from office workers to the elderly overcome pain and get back to fitness. Ray is also a mindfulness practitioner and researcher. As an Integrative Physiotherapist, Ray treats you as a whole person, integrating traditional physiotherapy, psychology, mindfulness and, overall wellbeing as the basis of his treatments. He aims to empower you to take care of your health and wellbeing.


Ray's Special Interests include:

  • Chronic/persistent pain management
  • Mindfulness-based interventions
  • Functional movement
  • Pain related stress, anxiety or depression
  • Sports injuries
  • Spinal injury and pain
  • Shoulder injury and pain



  • PhD Candidate at the Research Institute of Positive Psychology and Education at ACU
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) from Sydney University
  • Bachelor of Psychology (Honours 1st Class) from UNE
  • Graduate Diploma of Psychology from UNE
  • Mindfulness Meditation Teacher
  • Clinical Pilates Instructor
  • Functional Strength and Conditioning Trainer

Our Clinic offers traditional GP speciliast services for commonly occurring health issues, as well as tackling uncommon and chronic diseases. With a clear focus on preventative medicine, we provide additional integrative lifestyle health approaches for more complex health comples. This model has demonstrated exceptional results in areas such as anxiety, depressions, digestive problems, insomnia, allergies, diabetes and other chronic and inflammatory conditions.