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
Josh studied Physiotherapy at the University of Newcastle graduating in 2008. On graduation he started his career at a private practice in Toronto, where he also worked at...View Profile
Ben is a new graduate who finished his physiotherapy degree at the University of Newcastle in 2018. He has joined The Physio Joint team this year at the start of 2019.View Profile
Rachel has worked in private practice, gaining extensive clinical skills in primarily musculoskeletal and orthopaedic rehabilitation. Rachel’s approach to Physiotherapy...View Profile
Having had a burning desire to become a physiotherapist ever since his teenage years, Adam escaped the corporate world in 2003 to pursue his passion. Upon completing...View Profile
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Orsi has been a member of The Physio Joint since March, 2017. She works behind the scenes as our Practice manager. Orsi was born in Hungary. She graduated as a Health Economist...View Profile
Jo joined The Physio Joint team in early 2009. Through her years in the workforce she has acquired a comprehensive skill set in the administration field.View Profile
Sam joined the Physio Joint in 2018. Sam has just started back playing golf and is a member of Newcastle Golf Club. She loves a good chat and enjoys a glass of bubbles.View Profile
The phrase “core stability” is one that gets thrown around a lot by trainers, athletes, therapists and doctors. The average person probably knows that they need good core stability...
As a parent, it is important for you to encourage your children to be physically active.A child should try to do at least 40–60 minutes of exercise each day. To achieve this goal, plan some family togetherness time...
When muscles are stressed, small microscopic tears occur in the ligaments, coupled with the stiffness and inflammation that accompany these tears, causing the pain and fatigue. The soreness is felt most strongly...