Brett completed his Doctor of Physiotherapy at Macquarie University and has previously completed a remedial massage certification, meaning that his hands on skills are second to none.
Brett practices with an evidence base and via guideline based care, which means you get an approach proven to work.
Brett and his wife had their second boy, Tadhg, in April 2020.
Physiotherapist, Accredited Exercise Physiologist, APAM
Megan is a dual qualified female physiotherapist and accredited exercise physiologist at our Penrith Westfield clinic. Megan achieved a masters of Clinical Exercise Science at ACU and a Masters of Physiotherapy at USyd.
Megan's previous roles have seen her as a physiotherapy team leader in aged care and this experience will certainly allow Megan to interact with the GP's to ensure high quality care.
Accredited Exercise Physiologist, ESSAM
Krenz completed his Bachelor of Exercise Physiology in 2016 and has experience working in general health promotion, corporate placement rehab and the disability sector.
Outside of work, Krenz has played professional basketball both in Australia and the Philippines and is passionate about fitness and imparting his knowledge to improve patient health & lifestyle.
WHAT WE TREAT
A High Quality Approach That Gets You Better, Faster.
High Quality Physiotherapy
Neck Pain & Headaches
Neck pain, neck stiffness, headaches and whiplash can be treated with manual therapy, exercise and the latest self-management techniques. We use guideline based care to guide our treatments.
Knee Injuries & Complaints
Mechanical knee pain, meniscus injury, patellofemoral pain, kneecap pain and fat pad syndrome should be treated with conservative management that is supported by research, because it is proven to work.
Osteoarthritis & Osteoporosis
Osteoarthritis and osteoporosis guideline based care suggests manual therapy together with land based exercises that emphasises strength, endurance and balance. These guidelines have been thoroughly put together by a panel of experts and should be followed to enhance outcomes.
Diabetes management as per the positional statement encourages aerobic and strength exercise to affect a number of physiological processes that improves your diabetes status. We use these guidelines to deliver high quality diabetes management.
Aerobic and strength based exercise is the main interventions in the management of conditions such as high blood pressure, post-CABG surgery, COPD and other heart complications. Our physiotherapists and accredited exercise physiologists support guideline based care.
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