Pearly Ow-Yang BSc.


Pearly is an experienced physiotherapist with over 20 years of expertise, including significant roles such as providing physiotherapy coverage for Australian Sailing for Sail Sydney and European Championships in Portugal. Her recent experience as a private practice physiotherapist in Dee Why has further enriched her practice. Additionally, her time working in England has contributed to her broad perspective on patient care and rehabilitation strategies.

As a member of the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWIA) Network, Pearly has supported athletes in World Cup training and events across Europe, specialising in sports like Aerial Skiing, Moguls, Ski Cross, and Short Track Speed Skating.

Her tenure at Hirslanden Klinik Birshof in Basel, Switzerland, as a physiotherapist, has honed her skills in managing both inpatient and outpatient orthopaedic post-operative and musculoskeletal cases within a private hospital setting. This diverse experience underpins her dedication to addressing the root of your physical issues for lasting change.

Pearly’s passion for holistic wellness drives her commitment to helping you become the strongest, best-functioning version of yourself. She understands the uniqueness of each individual’s health needs and personalises her approach accordingly. Collaborating closely with you, Pearly ensures that your treatment plan is effective and attuned to your specific goals and concerns.

Embracing a holistic approach to physical wellness, Pearly integrates her expertise into a comprehensive suite of services, including physiotherapy, dry needling, manual therapy and clinical pilates, all aimed at addressing your unique needs and enhancing your overall wellbeing.

With a foundation in evidence-based and data-driven techniques, Pearly’s approach to treatment is rooted in science. She is eager to make your journey at One&All not only effective but also educational, empowering you with a better understanding of your body and its needs.


  • Bachelor Of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) University of Sydney

Areas of interest

  • Sports Injuries
  • Hip & pelvic pain
  • Knee pain
  • Low back pain
  • Nerve pain