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M.Hlth.Sc (Sports Physiotherapy),
APA Sports Physiotherapist
Level 3 Sports Physiotherapist
Practice Principal for more than 20 years with a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy from Sydney University, Narelle has also qualified as an Australian Physiotherapy Association Titled Sports Physiotherapist and Level 3 Sports Physiotherapist.
With wide experience in both hospital and private practice settings in Australia and the USA, Narelle has a special interest in the treatment of Sports injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation (particularly knees and shoulders) and the treatment of adolescent injury and syndromes, and has worked with many individual and team sport athletes in numerous sports.
Narelle worked at the 2015 Youth Commonwealth Games in Samoa, with the Australian Youth Girls Rugby 7s and at the Sydney Aquatic Centre during the 2000 Sydney Olympics. She has been the physio for Rugby Union teams at Club, Schoolboy, State and National level, including Australian Rugby Union National Gold Squad, Australian Schoolboys Barbarians, NSW Schoolboys 1st XV and NSW Waratahs Men’s & Youth’s 7s Rugby. Narelle is also involved with track and field, basketball and swimming, is a past committee member of the NSW section of Sports Physiotherapy Australia and lectures Level 1 Sports Physiotherapy.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Adam graduated from the Australian Catholic University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
Having previous experience in both the private practice and hospital settings Adam uses his own experiences and passion for sport – playing Australian rules football and basketball – to develop his skills in exercise prescription and sports rehabilitation.
His specific interests are in injury prevention and management and orthopaedic rehabilitation for injuries of the lower limb. Adam has worked with various sporting teams including senior Australian rules teams, NSW Schoolboys Rugby 7s and Schoolboy/Junior Rugby 15s and basketball teams.
Bachelor of Applied Science
Juliette graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy).
Her experience encompasses all general physiotherapy presentations including musculoskeletal and sports injuries. She has a particular interest in treating children and adolescents, including acute injuries and overuse conditions and syndromes. Juliette has a strong focus on manual therapy techniques, complimenting this with a broad knowledge of functional exercise prescription to promote the rehabilitation process.
Juliette has sports physiotherapy coverage experience working with both senior and junior rugby union, including the NSW Waratahs Rugby 7’s Women and Youth Girls teams, St Augustine’s College and Gordon Rugby Club, as well as NSW State and National track and field and Knox Grammar School basketball, athletics, swimming and mountain biking. She is currently a physiotherapist to Warringah Rugby Club. She has completed her APA Level 1 Sports Certification.
A keen sportsperson herself, Juliette currently participates in touch football and surf life saving.
B.App.Sc (Physiotherapy) 2007
Certificate in Sports Level 1
Lauren graduated from the University of Sydney in 2007 with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy). She was the recipient of a Sports Scholarship during her University Study for her chosen sport of tennis.
Many years of experience in various private practices has enabled her to treat a wide range of injuries and gain an extensive knowledge of Exercise Prescription and Rehabilitation, with a particular interest in Sports related injuries.
Lauren has completed various Continuing Education courses including Sports Level 1, Patellofemoral pain (knee pain) management and a casting course, allowing her to capably manage fractures within the practice. Her previous experience has provided her with opportunities to work with various local and representative sporting teams. She has worked for many years with the Rugby Union and Track and Field teams at Knox Grammar School.
With a focus on the implementation of correct manual handling techniques and exercise prescription for optimal recovery, Lauren is able to utilise this and has great success especially in the patient with work related injuries or back pain.
Doctor of Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Exercise Science
Simon utilises an exercise based approach to injury rehabilitation and prevention coupled with hands on manual therapy techniques to help restore movement, reduce pain and improve function.
In April 2017, Simon will be presenting his thesis findings at the Australian Pain Society conference. His thesis is titled “Exercise Adherence Mediates the Relationship between Expectations and Pain Related Disability in a Chronic Pain Management Program”.
Regularly competing in triathlon and ironman distance triathlons, Simon has a keen interest in optimising bike fitness for road cyclists and triathletes. He has played a wide variety of sports, many of them to state representative level, including rugby union, sport aerobics and sailing.
Simon holds a Doctor of Physiotherapy from Macquarie University and a Bachelor of Exercise Science from Australian Catholic University. He is a trained remedial massage therapist and has over 18 years’ experience as a personal trainer. He is currently the physiotherapist for Old Ignatians’ Rugby Football Club.
Simon's interests include Physiotherapy and Sports Physiotherapy.