Damien Cummins has been practicing physiotherapy for 29 years, having graduated from Sydney University in 1990. His junior years as a physio began at John Hunter...View Profile
Since starting here at the The Physio Joint, Ben has built up quite a client base and passion for treating patients with various neck and back issues....View Profile
Lexi loves seeing anything sports-related and loves getting all our local athletes back into their sports as soon and as healthy as possible...View Profile
With an interest in Yoga and Pilates, Lyndall has found identifying movement dysfunction and using controlled postural based exercises to return to normal...View Profile
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Orsi joined the team in 2017 with a background in health economy, having graduated from the Medical University of Pecs in Hungary in 2004.View Profile
Nikola is our lovely receptionist and a large piece of our engine room here at the joint. Nikola joined the team this year and is the friendly, bubbly face that greets...View Profile
Jackie brings with her a wealth of knowledge and a background in reception and administrative roles. Jackie is a qualified level 2 sports trainer, working closely with...View Profile
The knee joint is one of the largest and most complex joints in the human body. It is also one of the most important. Connecting the thigh bone to the shinbone, it plays an important role...
Ligaments are bands of connective tissue that provide stability and strength to joints by binding bones to other bones. In the ankle, ligaments keep the joint from moving too far from side to side...