At Wagga Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre, our goal is to provide a high quality physiotherapy and sports injury service with experienced physiotherapists.
We offer a personalised, yet professional approach to physiotherapy in a positive, friendly environment.
With years of experience, our team will assess and create a custom recovery plan that's right for you. We understand the importance of the latest research so that we can provide you with the best and most current treatments to allow for a quicker recover
At Wagga Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre, we are proud of our reputation as a practice that cares. We understand the impact an injury can have and we do our best to help you recover in a relaxed and positive environment.
Aaron has worked at Wagga Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre for 12 years and is the principal of the practice. Aaron was born and raised in Junee and after some city experience, is happy to be providing a quality sports injury and rehabilitation service in the Riverina.
Dave grew up on the family farm at Marrar and went to school locally, before attending St Joseph's College in Sydney. He graduated from Sydney University in 2004, and has worked in private Physiotherapy practices in Sydney, as well as at Prince of Wales Hospital and Westmead Private Hospital.
Cathy has been working at Wagga Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre since the beginning of 2008. Following graduation from Sydney University, Cathy gained a wide range of experience, working in both Australia and the UK in varied work environments. Since starting at the practice, Cathy has continually advanced her knowledge in the area of pelvic floor physiotherapy and women’s health. She has a PostGraduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy from Melbourne University.
Helen is one of the original team members of Wagga Physiotherapy, practicing here now for over 25 years, along with Jill Burgess. She graduated from Queensland University and has always had a work focus on Sports Physiotherapy and Musculoskeletal/Spinal dysfunctions. Helen has worked with many Rugby Union teams including the QLD Reds and still maintains her interest in the sport. Following time working at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and running her own practice in the RPA precinct, Helen and her family moved to Wagga, where they have been ever since.
After working in the commercial world as an accountant and business administrator for over 10 years Ash decided that a career overhaul was necessary. Ash retrained to become a personal trainer and worked in his own business whilst completing his physiotherapy degree at CSU. With his personal training background, Ash has loves to help people become stronger and more active.
Kylie grew up in the Riverina region spending her youth in Temora, Harden and Junee. She achieved her Physiotherapy degree at the University of Sydney, graduating with Distinction in 2001. Her interest in acute and sports injury management had her return to university to complete her Master of Sports Physiotherapy and a Professional Certificate in Pain Science.
Jill has been at Wagga Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre for 27 years. She works part time in administration and is one of the first friendly faces you encounter in our practice. Jill enjoys interacting with our patients, making them feel welcome in our clinic, and is amazing at changing our diary to accommodate patients needing urgent appointments.
Julie has been employed at Wagga Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre for 21 years. She has had a diverse working career, working in real estate, owning and managing a business and working as a lab technician. Some of the courses she has completed include bookkeeping, financial skills and office administrative skills.