Directors

Kylie McInnes

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Kylie has been a member of Flex Out Physiotherapy since graduating from CSU in 2007 after doing work experience with Read More
Kylie McInnes



• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Kylie has been a member of Flex Out Physiotherapy since graduating from CSU in 2007 after doing work experience with Kevin Laws throughout her undergraduate degree.

Kylie suffered from chronic back pain for many years until she discovered the Muscle Energy Techniques and as a result has a special interest in the treatment of lumbo-pelvic pain and thoracic ring alignment . She has completed Treatment of the Spine and Pelvis Level 1, the Integrated Pelvis Level 2, Certificate of Treatment of the Cervical Spine and Thoracic Cage, all of which use the muscle energy techniques, as well as LJ Lee’s the Sports Pelvis and the Sports Thorax certificates, and she is a DMA qualified Pilates Instructor.

Prior to physiotherapy, Kylie worked in the fitness industry as both a personal trainer and group fitness instructor while completing her degree, she spent a month in 2012 volunteering in Uganda at an orphanage in Kampala which was hugely challenging but very rewarding, but now spends most of her spare time riding her horse and looking after her farm.


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Clinical pilates
  • Dry needling
  • Falls prevention
  • Headaches
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Spinal Fitness Classes
  • Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
  • Shockwave therapy
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation

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Liam James

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU) • Bachelor of Human Movement (Deakin) • Certificate in Therapeutic Massage (ACTM) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Liam grew up in central Victoria, before moving to Melbourne to Read More
Liam James


• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU)
• Bachelor of Human Movement (Deakin)
• Certificate in Therapeutic Massage (ACTM)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Liam grew up in central Victoria, before moving to Melbourne to commence his tertiary study. He obtained a Bachelor of Human Movement at Deakin University and also completed a Certificate in Therapeutic Massage during this time. With a mother and sister as physiotherapists, he decided to follow the ‘family tradition’, and moved to Albury in 2003 to study Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University. After seven years of study, Liam commenced work at Flex Out Physiotherapy in 2007, and then went on to become a director in 2013.
As an A grade cricketer for many years, Liam had ongoing issues with his shoulder, and this led to him developing a special interest in managing shoulder pain and movement dysfunction. He also spends a lot of his time in the field of occupational health physiotherapy, where he has a passion for developing strategies to prevent injuries in the workplace. He currently is a workplace health consultant with MARS Petcare in Wodonga, and Riverina Dairy in Albury. Outside of work, he spends a lot of his spare time in summer out on the lake waterskiing, and enjoys riding his mountain bike. He is also a keen snowboarder in the winter months.


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Casting, splinting and orthotics
  • Dry needling
  • Falls prevention
  • Headaches
  • Occupational health physiotherapy
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Shockwave therapy
  • Shoulder pain, injuries and dysfunction
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation

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Rebecca Piazza

• Masters Sports Physiotherapy (Latrobe) • Graduate Certificate Sports Physiotherapy (Latrobe) • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Rebecca shares her time between the Albury, Wangaratta and Myrtleford Read More
Rebecca Piazza


061A1960• Masters Sports Physiotherapy (Latrobe)
• Graduate Certificate Sports Physiotherapy (Latrobe)
• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Rebecca shares her time between the Albury, Wangaratta and Myrtleford clinics, as well as working as a clinical educator at Charles Sturt University, Thurgoona. Rebecca has a keen interest in the management of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries, including tendon injuries. Rebecca recently completed the APAs Level 3 Sports Course, as well as clinical placements at Tennis Australia and the Australian Institute of Sport.

Rebecca is clinical pilates, dry needling and McKenzie trained. She recently completed her Graduate Certificate and Masters in Sports Physiotherapy, and is in the final stages of the titling process. Outside of work Rebecca enjoys netball, basketball, snow skiing and water skiing.


What is an APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist?

An APA Titled Physiotherapist is a highly qualified physiotherapist with expert knowledge and skills in the area of sports physiotherapy. They undergo a rigorous selection process to ensure that they achieve and maintain exceptional standards of clinical experience and knowledge. The APA Title serves as a professional mark of distinction.

Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Clinical pilates
  • Dry needling
  • Falls prevention
  • Headaches
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation

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Associates

Carina Tenace

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Carina completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2010. She began her career working as Read More
Carina Tenace


• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Carina completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2010. She began her career working as a rotational physiotherapist at Goulburn Valley Health in Shepparton. More recently, she has been working for the Victorian Paediatric Rehabilitation Service – Goulburn Valley and as women’s health physiotherapist at Goulburn Valley Health.

Carina is passionate about her work and looking forward bringing her paediatric and women’s health experience to the Flex Out Physiotherapy team. Carina also has an interest in clinical pilates and lymphoedema management. Outside of work Carina enjoys playing netball and is looking forward to the new challenge of playing at a local club Beechworth this season.


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Clinical pilates
  • Dry needling
  • Falls prevention
  • Home visits
  • Lymphoedema management
  • Paediatric physiotherapy
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Spinal Fitness Classes
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation

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Imogen Batten

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Imogen joined the Flex Out Physiotherapy team in 2011 after living in both Townsville and Shepparton. Throughout her career she has worked in the Read More
Imogen Batten


• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Imogen joined the Flex Out Physiotherapy team in 2011 after living in both Townsville and Shepparton. Throughout her career she has worked in the public health system as a junior and senior physiotherapist and in private practice. She specialises in the area of women’s health which was initially commenced through working on maternity wards, in outpatients and in continence clinic.  Imogen has particular interests and specialisation in clinical pilates, ante- and post-natal health and pelvic pain and dysfunction.

Imogen has travelled internationally as a physiotherapist for various Australian sports teams in 2009, 2010 and 2011 which she sees as a huge honour.  Although Imogen is passionate with regards to women’s health she thoroughly enjoys instructing pilates and is accredited in dry needling.  When Imogen isn’t working she enjoys spending time with her family and keeping fit outdoors.


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Clinical pilates
  • Dry needling
  • Headaches
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Spinal Fitness Classes
  • Shockwave therapy
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Women’s health
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
Available locations

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Jennie Graetz

• Bachelor Applied Science (Physiotherapy) Cumberland College of Health Sciences • Member Australian Hand Therapy Association • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association • Certified Hand Therapist After spending her early years in Cairns, Jennie has Read More
Jennie Graetz


• Bachelor Applied Science (Physiotherapy) Cumberland College of Health Sciences
• Member Australian Hand Therapy Association
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association
• Certified Hand Therapist

After spending her early years in Cairns, Jennie has gradually made her way south to Murwillumbah, Sydney and now almost a local in Albury after settling here in 1988. Jennie enjoyed a broad range of physiotherapy experiences in the public health system in Sydney, Hobart and Albury, followed by 11 successful years as principal of her own private practice. Since 2004 she has been a committed member of the Flex Out team, and works in the Albury practice four-days a week.

Hand therapy and upper limb disorders have been Jennie’s area of expertise for more than 20-years. In 2002 she passed an international exam to become a Certified Hand Therapist. She has been a full member of the Australian Hand Therapy Association (AHTA) since 1995. Jennie has previously served on the AHTA executive and has presented at National AHTA conferences. Jennie also lectures casually in hand therapy at Charles Sturt University. Jennie is also a qualified lymphoedema therapist and is currently listed on the National Lymphoedema Practitioners register. Outside of work, Jennie is a very keen and experienced equestrian competitor and chocolate connoisseur. She loves to be outdoors, and lists her most important life achievement as raising three beautiful, happy children.


Kara Brockwell

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Kara graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2004 and completed her graduate year rotating at Albury Wodonga Health for two Read More
Kara Brockwell


Kara Brockwell• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Kara graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2004 and completed her graduate year rotating at Albury Wodonga Health for two years.  She continued at Albury Wodonga Health for another year as the senior physiotherapist in cardiopulmonary before trekking off to Ireland.  Kara expanded her skills working at the Dublin International Orthopaedic Hospital and in private practice. After two years in Dublin she returned to Australia living and working in Hobart. This is where she found her love for musculoskeletal and clinical pilates. After seven years in Tasmania she returned to Albury.

She has strong interests in the assessment and management of shoulder and spinal injuries, clinical pilates, chronic pain and eating disorders. Kara is also a Nordic walking instructor and a mentor for Polestar pilates.


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Clinical pilates
  • Dry needling
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Shoulder pain, injuries and dysfunction
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
Available locations

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Libby Gilson

• Bachelor Science (Occupational Therapy) (CSU) • Member Australian Hand Therapy Association Libby grew up in Echuca and moved to Albury to study at Charles Sturt University in 2000. After graduating, Libby Read More
Libby Gilson


• Bachelor Science (Occupational Therapy) (CSU)
• Member Australian Hand Therapy Association

Libby grew up in Echuca and moved to Albury to study at Charles Sturt University in 2000. After graduating, Libby worked as an occupational therapist in Bendigo and Melbourne for seven-years, covering most wards of public and private hospitals including; orthopaedic and neurological rehabilitation, acute stoke, medicine, GEM, home based rehabilitation and head and neck surgery. It was on the first day of her rotation in plastics/hand therapy at the Royal Melbourne Hospital that Libby found her passion and vowed to make hand therapy her career. Over the last ten-years Libby has worked in hand therapy publicly and privately. She has completed a Master’s subject in Advanced Hand Therapy at Monash University and attended many courses and conferences specifically in hand therapy. One of Libby’s fondest conference memories is a wrist conference in Napier, New Zealand.

Libby’s time outside of work is now dedicated to entertaining her three young children. However, her passion for hand therapy remains and she strives to give her clients the best outcome for their hand injury. Special areas of interest include wrist pain, arthritis, complex trauma and sports injuries. Libby also enjoys the challenge of an old injury that people think is not ‘fixable!’


Specialty interest areas
Available locations

Melissa Haberfield

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Charles Sturt University) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Melissa completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Albury, graduating in 2008. Melissa “grew Read More
Melissa Haberfield


Mellisa• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Charles Sturt University)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Melissa completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Albury, graduating in 2008. Melissa “grew up” in public health. She worked for five years across all areas of busy hospitals in both Australia and Canada, which gave her a huge depth of experience.  Having a particular interest in human movement and rehabilitation, during this time, Melissa completed her Bobath Training in Canada.

On return to Australia, Melissa took up roles in busy sports/musculoskeletal private practice based in Albury and Melbourne, allowing her to merge her two loves of sport and human movement.  This has exposed her to working with some great athletes and teams, including SEABL Albury-Wodonga Bandits men and woman, Victorian State Basketball and Gymnastics teams, and several junior and senior national basketball and netball representatives. Melissa also worked at Charles Sturt University as a clinical educator.

Melissa also enjoys treating many non-elite patients including chronic pain patients, pre- and postoperative patients, and acute-injury patients.  She strongly believes in empowering every patient and helping them to be participant in their own health outcomes therefore improving their overall wellbeing.

Her major passions are in human movement and sports, particularly lower limb injury and basketball/netball. Her treatment mantras include using a combination of appropriate manual therapy, movement-based therapy, pilates, strength work and education/patient empowerment to treat acute through to chronic patients.  Melissa loves applying her many thousand hours of Bobath/human movement training to patients – combining her neuro background with her love of sports/musculoskeletal treatment. Changing or improving the way a person moves can be powerful and rewarding.

Melissa is passionate about continuing education and evidence-based practice, and completes several professional development courses a year in her interest areas. She also strongly believes in a multi-disciplinary approach to health.


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Casting, splinting and orthotics
  • Disability services
  • Dry needling
  • Falls prevention
  • Headaches
  • Home visits
  • Neurological rehabilitation
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Shoulder pain, injuries and dysfunction
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
Available locations

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Richard Spry

• Bachelor Applied Science (Physiotherapy) (Flinders) • Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association Richard joined Flex Out Physiotherapy in 2002. Prior to this, he worked in rehabilitation as the chief physiotherapist at Read More
Richard Spry


• Bachelor Applied Science (Physiotherapy) (Flinders)
• Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association

Richard joined Flex Out Physiotherapy in 2002. Prior to this, he worked in rehabilitation as the chief physiotherapist at Adamshurst Rehabilitation Centre. Richard has extensive experience in private practice, hospital and rehabilitation settings. In addition to this, Richard is a qualified Feldenkrais physiotherapist, and Kinesio-taping certified. Richard is a keen cyclist and runner.


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Dry needling
  • Falls prevention
  • Feldenkrais Method
  • Headaches
  • Home visits
  • Neurological rehabilitation
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Shockwave therapy
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Temporomandibular joint dysfunction
  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
Available locations

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Sarah Lamb

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Sarah graduated from CSU in 2006 and spent her first two years working at the Royal Hobart Hospital. She had a graduate Read More
Sarah Lamb


• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Sarah graduated from CSU in 2006 and spent her first two years working at the Royal Hobart Hospital. She had a graduate rotating position where she got a taste for all areas of physiotherapy. It was here that she discovered her passion for treating musculoskeletal injuries. After a short stint overseas, Sarah returned to the area and worked for Albury Wodonga Health before joining the Flex Out Physiotherapy team in 2010. Sarah specialises in the treatment of the thoracic, lumbar spine and pelvis, completing extensive training with Advanced Manual Therapist Associates and courses with LJ Lee. She is trained in clinical pilates through DMA and has a passion for integrating pilates into her client’s treatment plans. She finds pilates invaluable in assisting patients to return to their pre-injury level but also in improving their general movement patterns, posture and wellbeing.

Sarah also has a strong interest in women’s health, providing treatment for pelvic related issues and pre and post-natal problems. Having a background in netball, tennis and dance, Sarah also has an interest in treating sports injuries. Sarah currently loves keeping fit and active through pilates, gym work and swimming. Sarah loves spending time with her family, cooking and gardening.


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Casting, splinting and orthotics
  • Clinical pilates
  • Dry needling
  • Falls prevention
  • Headaches
  • Home visits
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Women’s health
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
Available locations

 

Sonia Spry

• Master of Physiotherapy (Neurological) (Melbourne) • Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) (Latrobe) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Sonia has over 20-years experience in physiotherapy completing her undergraduate studies and later Masters degree Read More
Sonia Spry


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• Master of Physiotherapy (Neurological) (Melbourne)
• Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) (Latrobe)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Sonia has over 20-years experience in physiotherapy completing her undergraduate studies and later Masters degree in Melbourne. She has worked in a variety of settings from hospital to private practice, from university clinical teaching to acute and rehabilitation settings. She has a passion for neurological rehabilitation, in particular working with improving the neurological aspects of movement control. Sonia has experience and a keen interest in vestibular rehabilitation completing post graduate courses in this area, including more recently competency training in this field, with internationally recognised expert Susan Herdman and her team. She also has full DMA clinical pilates accreditation and is a ‘Radiant Light’ yoga teacher. Outside of work Sonia enjoys running, yoga and music.


Specialty interest areas
  • Clinical pilates
  • Neurological rehabilitation
  • Vestibular rehabilitation
Available locations

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Physiotherapists

Beau Shoard

  Biography Coming Soon  
Beau Shoard


 
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Hannah Gaylor

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Hannah grew up in Wycheproof, a small country town in Victoria’s North West, prior to moving to Albury for university. Read More
Hannah Gaylor


• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Hannah grew up in Wycheproof, a small country town in Victoria’s North West, prior to moving to Albury for university. She graduated in 2014 from Charles Sturt University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) and commenced at Flex Out the following year. Since joining Flex Out, Hannah has experienced working in a variety of areas including private practice, acute post operative care, inpatient rehabilitation (including cardiac rehabilitation), aged care and workplace manual handling.

Hannah has developed special interests in lower limb rehabilitation including postoperative, sporting injuries and chronic age related pain. She also has interests in acute and chronic back and neck pain. To further Hannah’s training in these areas she has completed postgraduate training with APA courses in spinal and sports rehabilitation, dry needling and lower limb injury management.

Away from work Hannah is a keen netballer with local club Mitta United. She also has interests in snow skiing, running and bush walking. Hannah has a passion for travelling both within Australia and abroad and is always keen to hear of client’s favourite travel destinations.


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Falls prevention
  • Home visits
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Spinal Fitness Classes
  • Shockwave therapy
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
  • Dry Needling
  • Lower limb injuries
Available locations

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Joanne Hendy

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Joh grew up in our lovely city of Albury-Wodonga. She was lucky enough to have exposure to Chinese language from Read More
Joanne Hendy


• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Joh grew up in our lovely city of Albury-Wodonga. She was lucky enough to have exposure to Chinese language from primary school and continued this passion for Chinese culture and language into her high school years. After a language study program to China in year 10 she knew that this was something she wanted to continue to study but not sure quite how that was going to fit into her passion for science and health subjects. She found a way to incorporates all her interests and went onto RMIT University Melbourne to study a double degree in Human Biology and Chinese Medicine. After an internship in China she returned to the border to start work in a Chinese Medicine clinic. This was a great experience and built up her passion to work in a private practice setting. She felt that she needed to have a greater understanding of the biomechanics behind physical manifestations in the body and was drawn back to study physiotherapy. She studied this program through Charles Sturt University.

Now enjoying the non-student life Joanne is happy settling into life as a physiotherapist. She has loved the opportunity to work with Flex Out Physiotherapy and experience the diversity in private, aged care and rehabilitation clients. Since starting work as a physiotherapist she has undertaken clinical pilates training and the ‘APA Sports Level 1’ course. Joanne enjoys using the combination of her physiotherapy and acupuncture / Chinese Medicine skills for clients with lingering pain not responding to the usual physical therapy approaches. Outside of work life Joh loves her rugby league and has played for Albury Thunder. She also enjoys touch football, yoga, bush walking, pizza making, kombucha brewing and bird watching for a bit of serenity!


Specialty interest areas
  • Acupuncture
  • Back and neck pain
  • Clinical pilates
  • Falls prevention
  • Home visits
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Spinal Fitness Classes
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
Available locations

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Jeff Gosbell

• Master of Manipulative (Musculoskeletal) Physiotherapy – La Trobe Uni • Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) – Lincoln Institute of Health Science • Certificate IV Occupational Health & Sfety – Read More
Jeff Gosbell


• Master of Manipulative (Musculoskeletal) Physiotherapy – La Trobe Uni
• Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) – Lincoln Institute of Health Science
• Certificate IV Occupational Health & Sfety – CBD College
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Jeff has been practicing physiotherapy for many years, having broad experience in both the public and private sector. Originally from Melbourne, he has spent the last 25 years living and working in North East Victoria. Most of this time he has been working in private practice, where his interests are particularly in the management of neck and back issues, with strong emphasis on manual techniques. However, having worked for many years in smaller rural clinics, Jeff has broad experience in all aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

Over the years of practice, Jeff has also spent time working in the Workplace Rehabilitation field, as well as providing physiotherapy services within the Victorian prison system.

Outside of work, Jeff spends much of his time trying to keep up with his three teenage sons (which he feels at times is becoming rather challenging). He also enjoys long distance cycling and when time permits, will occasionally dabble in amateur theatre.

Special interests:
  • Back and neck pain
  • Dry Needling
  • Headaches
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Shoulder pain, injuries and dysfunction
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • TMJ dysfunction
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
Available locations

Olivia McIntosh

  Biography Coming Soon  
Olivia McIntosh


 
Biography Coming Soon

 

Ryan Sewell

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Ryan grew up in Albury and graduated from Albury High School in 2009. Ryan was originally accepted into courses in Read More
Ryan Sewell


• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (CSU)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Ryan grew up in Albury and graduated from Albury High School in 2009. Ryan was originally accepted into courses in Sydney and Melbourne however chose to complete his studies in Albury to be closer to his friends, family and then girlfriend (now wife). Ryan graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2014, with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). During his studies he completed a thesis on the perceived benefits of high carbohydrate and high fat diets in endurance athletes. Since his graduation, Ryan has enjoyed working with the close-knit team at Flex Out Physiotherapy.

Ryan enjoys Australian rules football, basketball and generally staying fit and active. Ryan’s other interests include socialising with friends, DIY projects around the house, hanging out with his wife and putting on a brave face when his beloved Richmond Tigers predictably lose in the first week of finals. Ryan’s main physiotherapy interests include workplace health, spinal and sports/lower limb mechanics. Ryan is an easy going practitioner who likes to get to know his clients and is focused on enabling his clients to achieve their individual physiotherapy goals.


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Casting, splinting and orthotics
  • Dry needling
  • Falls prevention
  • Occupational health physiotherapy
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Spinal Fitness Classes
  • Shockwave therapy
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
Available locations

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Sabrina Fargey

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Charles Sturt University) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Sabrina grew up in Stirling, a small country town in Ontario, Canada before moving to Australia in 2013. Read More
Sabrina Fargey


• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Charles Sturt University)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Sabrina grew up in Stirling, a small country town in Ontario, Canada before moving to Australia in 2013. After working in the Canadian hospital system as an allied health assistant, Sabrina continued her studies at Charles Sturt University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Since graduating Sabrina has completed her Sports Trainers Level 1 and M.A.T Assessment. She has particular interest in spinal rehabilitation, group exercise prescription as well as lower limb injuries.

Outside of work, you can catch Sabrina tackling  an adventure whether it’s wake boarding, swimming, kayaking, snow shoeing, soccer, basketball, volleyball, baseball and more! She also loves catching up with friends and family across the world. She is passionate about exploring different cultures and travelling within Canada, Australia and abroad…

 


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Casting, splinting and orthotics
  • Falls prevention
  • Headaches
  • Home visits
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Spinal Fitness Classes
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
Available locations

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Sarah Hamilton

• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Charles Stuart University) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Sarah grew up on a hobby farm in North East Victoria, and graduated from school in 2010. Prior Read More
Sarah Hamilton


• Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Charles Stuart University)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Sarah grew up on a hobby farm in North East Victoria, and graduated from school in 2010. Prior to Physiotherapy, she worked in pharmacies in Melbourne and Benalla while studying other courses, before moving to Albury to study Physiotherapy in 2014 as a mature-age student. She graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2017 from Charles Sturt University. Owing to her placements, she has experience in a variety of settings including outpatient musculoskeletal physiotherapy, inpatient rehabilitation, cardio-respiratory care, lymphoedema, and aged care.

Sarah learnt a great deal from undertaking work experience and shadowing of senior clinicians throughout her 4 years at University, as well as through participation in the Flex Out Internship program in her fourth year.

Sarah has also completed the Level 1 Sports Trainer course, and represented Flex Out Physiotherapy as a trainer at the 2018 Deaf Games in Albury-Wodonga. Sarah has a keen interest in musculoskeletal injuries and management, particularly in the lower limb.

Outside of work, Sarah enjoys playing netball, going to the gym, running, baking and spending time with her family and friends. She hopes to one day complete a half marathon, and travel around Australia.

 


Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Falls prevention
  • Home visits
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Spinal Fitness Classes
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
Available locations

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Susan Stokes

• Bachelor Physiotherapy (Sydney) • Masters Manual Therapy (UWA) • Member Australian Physiotherapy Association Susan commenced with Flex Out Physiotherapy after moving with her family from Sydney. Since graduating from Sydney University in Read More
Susan Stokes


• Bachelor Physiotherapy (Sydney)
• Masters Manual Therapy (UWA)
• Member Australian Physiotherapy Association

Susan commenced with Flex Out Physiotherapy after moving with her family from Sydney. Since graduating from Sydney University in 2003, Susan has worked with the Australian Defence Force and in various private practice’s in Sydney. Susan has a keen interest in musculoskeletal injuries having completed her Masters of Manual Therapy in 2006. Susan is accredited in dry needling and skilled in casting and splinting.

Susan has treated many high level athletes and is a keen sportsperson herself enjoying waterskiing, snowboarding and touch football. She spends most of her time in the Wodonga and Albury clinics, as well as working as a clinical educator at the Charles Sturt University Community Engagement and Wellness Centre in Thurgoona


What is an APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist?

An APA Titled Physiotherapist is highly qualified physiotherapist with expert knowledge and skills in the area of musculoskeletal physiotherapy. They undergo a rigorous selection process to ensure that they achieve and maintain exceptional standards of clinical experience and knowledge. The APA Title serves as a professional mark of distinction.

Specialty interest areas
  • Back and neck pain
  • Casting, splinting and orthotics
  • Dry needling
  • Falls prevention
  • Headaches
  • Home visits
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Shockwave therapy
  • Sports physiotherapy
  • Temporomandibular joint dysfunction
  • Work injuries and rehabilitation
Available locations

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Exercise Physiologist

Emma Bridle

• Bachelor of Exercise & Sports Science (Deakin University) • Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Deakin University) Emma joins the Flex Out Physiotherapy team after completing a Master of Clinical Exercise Read More
Emma Bridle


Emma Bridle
• Bachelor of Exercise & Sports Science (Deakin University)
• Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology (Deakin University)

Emma joins the Flex Out Physiotherapy team after completing a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology at Deakin University in Melbourne. Her areas of interest include helping to manage chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart conditions, as well as weight management and lifestyle modification through exercise. She aims to encourage health behaviour change and the use of exercise as medicine. She is passionate about making exercise achievable, enjoyable and part of a balanced lifestyle. Emma completed clinical placements at the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute in Melbourne and also in rehabilitation centres at hospitals in Ballarat and Wodonga. Emma enjoys playing netball and tennis and exploring the walking tracks of the Albury-Wodonga region.


Specialty interest areas
Available locations

Georgie Pitson

  Biography Coming Soon  
Georgie Pitson


 
Biography Coming Soon

 

Jaclyn Sweeny

• Bachelor of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation (University of Canberra) Jaclyn joins the Flex Out Physiotherapy team after several years of experience working with a range of chronic and musculoskeletal Read More
Jaclyn Sweeny


• Bachelor of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation (University of Canberra)

Jaclyn joins the Flex Out Physiotherapy team after several years of experience working with a range of chronic and musculoskeletal conditions at private practices in Canberra and Warrnambool. Her areas of interest include pulmonary and metabolic conditions as well as chronic pain management. Using ‘Exercise as a Medicine’, she thrives on assisting her client to add some movement into their weekly routines to achieve overall physical and mental health. Jaclyn has obtained further studies completing an Honours Research Project at the University of Canberra and a Graduate Certificate in Pain Management through the University of Sydney.

Jaclyn enjoys participating in all sports and giving anything a go! Jaclyn is currently playing League Tag and is a regular runner at the Albury-Wodonga Park Run.


Specialty interest areas
Available locations


Administration

Amber Quirk
Business Manager
Amber QuirkBusiness Manager


Carla Bakes
Carla Bakes


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