GEORGIA KING

Georgia graduated from The University of Technology Sydney with a Masters of Physiotherapy. Georgia has worked with several sporting teams and is currently the physiotherapist for Blue Mountains Rugby Union.

Georgia is a Blue Mountains local that enjoys helping people of all abilities to stay active, get strong and get better fast.

In her spare time, you will find Georgia with a coffee in hand and volunteering for the Rural Fire Brigade. Georgia is available five days a week at The Physio Depot in Springwood.

TONY LARVEN

Tony is a Titled Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. He has vast array of sports experience. He has 16 seasons as NRL Penrith Panthers Physiotherapist, and for 2003-2012 seasons as the Head Physiotherapist for the club. He is currently Physiotherapist to the Australian Olympic Canoe Slalom Team and has worked extensively with NSW Cricket.

Tony can help with all manner of injuries. He has a special interest in devising and writing training programs for people of all abilities (from elite athletes to those who haven’t moved much for 20 years but want to do so safely). The aim being to avoid getting injured in the first place.

When Tony is not in the clinic you'll find him with a coffee in hand down in Glenbrook or in the kitchen cooking up a storm.

PATRICK LINCOLN

Our principal physiotherapist, Patrick Lincoln graduated from the University of Sydney with a Masters of Physiotherapy. Following this, Pat has worked in a variety of private practices and treated people from all walks of life - olympic athletes to weekend warriors.

Pat is passionate about working with people to improve their performance and smash their goals. He knows personally what it takes to get the most out of your body having competed in several ultra endurance running events. He has a special interest for weight training athletes, runners and lower limb biomechanics.

In his spare time you will find him enjoying the outdoors, finding a good coffee or walking his chocolate labrador, Hazel.

 

BRETT DWYER

Brett is a remedial massage therapist with over 19 years experience in the industry. He is currently the massage therapist with the Australian Canoe Slalom team. In 2016 Brett was part of the Australian medical headquarter team for the Rio Olympic Games and 2018 Commonwealth Games team up on the Gold Coast.

Brett is very competent in Dry Needling as he leads Dry Needling courses to health professionals within NSW. On top of Brett's hands on skills he has a deep understanding of biomechanics and training needs for all athletes.

When Brett is not in in the clinic you will find him getting out on his road bike, spending time with his young family or out pounding the pavement for his next running event. Brett is available Monday afternoons at The Physio Depot, Springwood.

 

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