Aged Care Royal Commission Findings

As an Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) accredited practice, some important findings have been identified in the recent Aged Care Royal Commission Final Report into Aged

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PATHWAYS TO MANAGE PAIN

There are many different pathways and options in treating common musculoskeletal pains. With the guidance of an experienced physiotherapist or exercise physiologist, there is no

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SWIMMING INTO SUMMER

Have you considered supplementing swimming into your exercise routine this summer? There are amazing reasons why swimming is great for your overall health. 

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Getting GameReady

Each individual’s rehabilitation journey will differ, so will the determination to complete prescribed exercises. We always aim to get clients back on routine as quickly

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Dry Needling

Dry needling is a treatment technique using a sterile, single-use fine filament (needle), inserted into the muscle improving function through the release of myofascial trigger

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Self Care Tips

If you are looking for a good reason to treat yourself, you probably aren’t resting yourself enough. Putting off ‘me time’ can be detrimental  to

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Nathanial graduated as a physiotherapist in 2012 which saw him work in private practice and hospital settings gaining experience in all areas of physiotherapy including hand therapy, splinting/casting, pre/post-operative care, Men’s Health and general musculoskeletal, occupational and sports physiotherapy. Since then he has gone on to complete further studies in physiotherapy enabling him to be the only dual titled Musculoskeletal, Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist in Penrith.

Nathanial has a strong background in sports physiotherapy achieving accreditation with NSWIS as a service provider and working with many elite sports teams.

Nathanial has a particular interest in working with elite athletes, complex cases and in particular assessment and management of knee, hip and shoulder pain.

Andrea graduated from the Australian Catholic University completing her Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science in 2018 and Master’s of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2020. After graduating she attained accreditation with ESSA as an Exercise Physiologist.

During her studies she gained clinical experience in both hospital and private practice settings, working in the cardiac rehabilitation program, heart failure service and mental health unit at Nepean Hospital. And at the ACU Exercise and Lifestyle Clinic working with clients with neurological conditions, cancer and chronic musculoskeletal injuries.

Since graduating, Andrea enjoys working with a variety of clients. She has a particular interest in treating musculoskeletal injuries and neurological conditions, striving to help people increase their functional capacity to get them back to work, sport or the things they love doing.