B.Sc., Dip.Ed., Grad.Dip.Physio
Theo is the principal of Victoria Road Physiotherapy which was established in 1990.
Since graduating from UNSW in 1978 he has been employed as a high school teacher, a part time lecturer of Sports Medicine at Uni of Western Sydney,
and 32 years as a physiotherapist, with the last 27 years in West Ryde.
His interests and experience are in musculoskeletal, sports injuries and orthopaedic conditions.
Experience in teaching has highlighted the important role of patient education to assist his patients in the management of their conditions.
Theo is passionate about delivering a healthy lifestyle to his patients, using hands on treatment and his extensive experience.
He loves all sports, especially football and rugby league and stays fit with squash,
walking holidays and played soccer for West Ryde Rovers till his early fifties.
Mphty, MExPhys, BHlthSci Human Movement
Having a background in Exercise Physiology and Physiotherapy, Andrew understands the importance of effective acute based treatment whilst ensuring optimal long term outcomes.
Andrew began his physiotherapy career at Concord hospital and has since found his passion as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist in private practice.
Andrew believes that no two injuries are the same and endeavours to find the root of the problem. He utilises a variety of manual therapy techniques and will tailor an individualised exercise program to return you to your beloved sport, work or activity.
In his spare time Andrew enjoys going on culinary adventures and planning his next overseas trip.
B.App.Sc. (Physiotherapy) 1st Class Honours
Frank graduated as a physiotherapist with first class Honours from the University of Sydney. He had completed practicums in Sydney’s major metropolitan hospitals, including Westmead and Concord,
He also has worked in numerous sports and orthopaedic physiotherapy practices
Frank has extensive experience in the areas of musculoskeletal, sports and orthopaedics physiotherapy. He is passionate in delivering the best patient care via a specific management plan that encompasses hands-on therapy, exercise, education and strategy recommendations.
Frank also dedicates his time to professional development, regularly attending external courses to refine his clinical skills and knowledge.
In his spare time, Frank enjoys playing sports such as tennis, badminton, basketball, table tennis and watching motor sport.