At Summer Hill Physio, our Physiotherapists have extensive experience in rehabilitation for sporting injuries, work injuries and post- surgical. Our Physiotherapists work closely together to ensure you are getting the best possible results.
GradCertClinPhysio (Manipulative Physio)
Master of Physiotherapy
Stephanie is the practice principal. She is a member of both the Australian Physiotherapy Association and Sports Physiotherapy Association. Stephanie graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Sport Science. She then went on to complete the Master of Physiotherapy program at Sydney University. Stephanie has furthered her knowledge, graduating from Curtin University with a Graduate Certificate in Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2014.
Stephanie has had a lot of experience treating musculoskeletal injuries from her physiotherapy and exercise physiology background. Stephanie utilises a variety of manual therapy treatment techniques and exercises to help patients return to work, sport and daily living as quickly and safely as possible. Stephanie also experienced in analysing of running and cycling techniques to help with bike and running related injuries.
Stephanie has a keen interest in biomechanical influences to work and sporting related injuries and rehabilitation. She enjoys treating the neck and postural related pain, shoulder and knee injuries. Stephanie has worked with a number of sporting teams in rugby union, AFL, Gaelic football and soccer.
Qualifications and courses:
- Graduate Certificate in Clinical Physiotherapy (Manipulative Physiotherapy), Curtin Uni
- Master of Physiotherapy, Syd. Uni
- Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science), Syd. Uni
- Certificate of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, Curtin Uni
- Includes: Dean Watson Headache treatment technique, Michael Monohan manipulation techniques, osteopathic joint mobilisation techniques
- Mulligans treatment concept
- Dry needling
- Level 1 and 2 Sports physiotherapy
- Biomechanical analyses of cycling and running techniques
- 3D Assessment and treatment of the pelvic complex and lumbar spine
- Optimising motor control of the lumbopelvic region and dynamic hip retraining
B.Sc. Physio (Hons)
Emily is an Associate Physiotherapist of the Clinic. She is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and the Health Professions Council. Emily studied Physiotherapy at Northumbria University in the UK. She brings with her international Physiotherapy experience having worked in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. She has worked as a Clinical Physiotherapist at various NHS Hospitals and Private Practice settings. Emily’s exposure to diverse Practice settings has allowed her to hone her treatment for musculoskeletal and sports Physiotherapy as well as in depth patient education.
Emily specialises in exercise prescription to help you move well and pain- free. She will sort out your compensating strategies and educate you so that you have a clear understanding of your problem and how to change them.
Emily has worked with representative rugby teams and professional athletes. She has also had a tonne of experience rehabilitating patients who have had hip and knee replacements.
Emily supplements her treatment with dry needling and her experience in teaching clinical pilates. In her spare time, she enjoys cycling.
Qualifications and courses:
- Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) Hons., Northumbria University,Newcastle
- DMA Clinical Pilates
- Foundation Acupuncture Course/ Dry needling
- Barbara Hungerford Muscle energy technique for the SIJ and Lumbar Spine
Daniel is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Daniel graduated from the Australian Catholic University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy. He has worked in private practice treating a range of musculoskeletal and post-surgical conditions. He utilises sports integrated dry needling and a global assessment approach to supplement his treatment. He also has a strong hands on, manual therapy approach to help you reduce and manage muscular tightness and joint stiffness caused by many injuries.
Daniel’s treatment is goal oriented to help you achieve your sporting and lifestyle aspirations. He has treated a variety of patient populations including adolescents and athletes from a variety of sports ranging from hockey to rugby and cricket. He is a strong advocate for high quality physiotherapy treatment. He passionate about patient education and functional exercise prescription.
His interests are in sports physiotherapy, injury prevention and management as well as managing lower back and neck conditions. Daniel has a keen eye for running biomechanics and can help you become more efficient with your running techniques as well as injury prevention.
In his spare time Daniel enjoys hitting the gym, surfing and playing golf.
Qualifications and courses:
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy, ACU
- Level 1 Sports Integrated Dry Needling Course
Our administration team will be assisting with the running of the clinic. They are more than happy to help you with any non- clinical queries relating to your appointment, Workers Compensation or Third Party claim, referrals or products.
Arthur is our lead admin and adds to the friendly ambience at our clinic. He is always happy for a chat and is sure to entertain patients in the waiting room. He graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Modern History. He enjoys reading, bush walking and cooking.