“We love what we do! We take pride it doing it better!”
Wendy Lowe is the practice principal and a leading APA titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Sports Physiotherapist. Having worked with elite sport for the past three decades, Wendy is also an accredited Sports Physiotherapist with the NSW Institute of Sport. Over the past forty years Wendy has worked with elite and international teams in Australian Rowing, Australian Ballet and cycling. This included travelling overseas with Australian Rowing team and working at the Alice Springs and World Masters Games.
Wendy is aware of the demands of the sporting contest on athletes. She has raced Dragon boats, competed in outrigger races for four years, done triathlons, kayaked round Whitsundays and Tasmania and had many years of experience as a fitness and strength and conditioning instructor. To test her strength and conditioning skills she successfully climbed Mt Kilimanjaro in 2011. A bit more trekking and the old knee wore out and the replacement knee is doing very well! She can still challenge and beat some of our current elite athletes!
Continuing education has been an integral part of Wendy’s passion for excellence and ten years of teaching on the Masters programme helped consolidate her expertise in meeting the challenges complex spinal dysfunction can present. She has worked with many of the leaders in the profession and loves to solve the why and how of difficult conditions. She loves working with all age groups and strongly believes that age is no barrier to us helping you maintain a fit, functioning healthy body.
Kris is also a titled musculoskeletal physiotherapist, has completed the APA sports physiotherapy training to level 2 standard, and for the past eleven years has worked on field at schoolboy rugby. She loves treating dancers having worked at the Remedial Dance Clinic in London, worked at the World Masters Games in Sydney in 2009, and regularly helps patients with return to work management, having a Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training. Home training programmes are one of her special skills for long term health.
Kris is passionate about solving complex musculoskeletal conditions in all age groups and having had shoulder reconstruction herself, is very able to assist her patients on the best road to recovery following surgery. A recent hip replacement has given Kris even more expertise in clinical management and she is back ocean swimming and ballroom dancing.
Prashant is a passionate young physiotherapist who has been with us for three years. He has completed postgraduate studies in both sports physiotherapy and health professional education and is currently undergoing advanced spinal training learning from some of the best in Australia.
In 2016 he was the team physiotherapist for the Samoan Rugby 7’s side in the HSBC Rugby 7’s World Series and Olympic Qualifiers, touring with them in the Pacific Islands, America and Europe. Currently he is the head physiotherapist for the Western Sydney Rams in the National Rugby Championship and tours around Australia working with the squad which included players from Super Rugby teams. Along with this, Prashant has also worked with elite athletes from Baseball Australia, Cricket Victoria, Cricket NSW, AFL, NRL and Australian Rowing.
He compliments his clinical work with research investigating tendon injuries, shoulder injuries and clinical reasoning in physiotherapy. He also teaches undergraduate and junior physiotherapists from several universities and for the Australian Physiotherapy Association as part of his role on the NSW Sports Physiotherapy Committee.
Last but not least, Robyn and Zoe are our lovely receptionists at the clinic and will be happy to assist you with making appointments either over the phone or in person.