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Rozelle Physiotherapy proudly commenced under current ownership in December 2011 taking over from a well-established physiotherapy clinic in the building; 18 years in the making. This has led to the development of many long standing working relationships in the area. As such it became known as the “local physio”. We are proud and passionate to

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Our Team

The staff at Rozelle Physio

  • Stuart Turner

    Stuart Turner – Physiotherapist

     

    Stuart Turner Physiotherapist

    Stuart has been working as a physiotherapist since graduating from Sydney University in 2005.

    Stuart has a passion for working with athletes and sports injuries and has worked as a physiotherapist with athletes from the junior and amateur level right through to the elite and professional level. Some of the elite teams that Stuart has worked with include: Sydney FC First grade and Youth League, Central Coast Mariners National Youth League, NSWIS Football teams and the Australian U23 Softball team.

    Stuart currently has an active role in teaching and mentoring physiotherapists as they begin their careers.

  • Josh Stafford

    Joshua Stafford – Physiotherapist, Rozelle

    Josh Stafford Physiotherapist

    Josh is working full time at the Rozelle practice since completing
    his Masters degree at Curtin University in Perth. Over the past 3 years he
    has worked for a number of sporting teams including West Perth in the WAFL
    and Wanneroo in the WA Premier Rugby competition. Josh also has experience working in aged care within residential facilities.

  • Elle Dumont

    Elle DuMont Physiotherapist

    Elle Du Mont – Physiotherapist,  Rozelle

    Elle has been working as a physiotherapist since graduating from
    Sydney University in 2014.
    Elle has a strong interest in Women’s Health in which she recently completed her  Introduction to Women’s Health.

    This gives her the tools needed to aid women In the management of Pre/post natal care and education, continence

    Management and specific Rehabilitation exercises related to women’s health Related issues.v

  • Sam Hope

    Sam Hope Physiotherapist

    Sam HopePhysiotherapist

     

    Sam is working full time at the Rozelle practice since graduating from the University of Sydney with a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy. Sam has a passion for musculoskeletal / sports physiotherapy and rehabilitation. He also incorporates strength and conditioning (from his undergraduate degree) with manual therapy for an evidence-based approach to the treatment and prevention of sports and recreational injuries.

    Sam has a background in {ilates, soccer and rugby union teams and provides regular sports coverage for their athletics, cricket and basketball programs.

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Our Services

Rozelle Physio has a range of different physiotherapy services available. Click for more information


At rozelle physio we believe in providing individualised one on one physiotherapy services.

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Antenatal and Post natal physiotherapy, pelvic floor strengthening, continence and other women’s health services

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At Rozelle physio we provide one on one clinical Pilates to assist with strengthening and rehabilitation.

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Rehabilitation of Peroneal Tendinopathy

  1) Strengthening As soon as it is comfortable to do so, you should start strengthening the Peroneal muscles. Strengthening helps the collagen fibres within the tendon to realign and also helps develop the strength needed for running. Start with isometric exercises which are static contractions. An easy way of doing this is to sit

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What is a Peroneal Tendinopathy?

  You have currently been training for a full marathon. In preparation for you marathon in a few months time you have been increasing your training regime more rapidly. After your most recent 10km training session at a higher intensity you have started to experience a dull pain around the back and outside of your

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Here are 5 home remedies for you to reduce pain and discomfort on your ankle

Icing        your ankle may respond better to an alternating hot-and-cold therapy. Use two gel packs. One should apply heat for 20 minutes. Follow it with a cold pack for 20 minutes. Alternatively, you can  prepare ice packs. Apply the ice pack on your swelling ankle to reduce the amount of swelling will reduce your

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