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Jenny has been leading the team at Nepean for 5 years, with many years of experience working in both the public and private sectors. She has juggled an immense case-load of clientele whilst carrying a huge education case load. Specializing in hydro rehab and spinal assessments as well as a special interest in the treatment of headaches and migraines, Jenny is an efficient and accurate clinician.
Michael Joined the Greater West Physiotherapy team in 2015. A former Football and Athletics Representative with a Degree in Sport and Exercise Science and Masters in Physiotherapy he has a special interest in sports injury management and lower back pain. Looking after the Penrith Rams AFL team, Michael can get you back to sport faster, stronger and with little likelihood of re-injury. He is the go to physio for any sports or musculoskeletal injuries. With a specific diagnostic approach to lower back pain Michael's treatment is individually tailored to meet your needs to get you back and moving faster.
I am a passionate Masters Grade Physiotherapist with a background in remedial massage. My knowledge about the human functional muscular anatomy and years of experience allows me to provide my patients with the right treatment plan and advice in dealing with a variety of postural problems which is usually a result of occupational over use or sports injuries.
I have worked with clients from a variety of backgrounds like football players from the Sydney Roasters, cyclists, runners, swimmers, corporate employees, pregnant women and young athletes.
Daniel has been part of the furniture at greater west physio for some time. He has many years’ experience with both manual therapy and Exercise based rehabilitation. Working with largely workers compensation, Medicare and with elderly clients and veterans. With his Friendly personality and willing to help clients with treatment Daniel offers the efficient and personable service to get the clients back on their feet and on the road to recovery.