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Director / Physiotherapist
(BaAppSc Physio)

I started my physio career over 18 years ago and I feel I have been very lucky to find something that I really love doing and has taken me around the world working. I can’t imagine not being a physio. I created this company as a reflection of my personal philosophy on life and wellness. I want to inspire people to live the lives they want and to not be held back by their bodies. 

I have two wonderful kids under the age of three and they have helped shape my outlook on the importance of being able to move and play at any age. My belief is that moving well means we can get the most out of life as well having less injuries and performing better. I want to make it fun and not a chore, so you will never get a long list exercises when you come to see us.
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Clinic Manager and Physiotherapist (BaAppSc Physio)

My name is Ben and I completed my Master’s of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2017. During this time I gained knowledge and experience in treating acute injuries and practicing in a variety of hospital settings including pulmonary rehabilitation, aged care and out-patient musculoskeletal settings.
I completed a Bachelors Degree in Health Science (Exercise and Sport) at the University of Western Sydney in 2015 and also hold a Bachelors of Psychology from Macquarie University.

I have been a member of the Australian Army Reserves for the past 11 years as an Officer in the Royal Australian Armoured Corps. I have also been a Personal Trainer for the past 3 years and enjoy supporting people to surpass their personal fitness goals. I am passionate about supporting people to return to full capacity following injury. I am highly disciplined and have developed a flexible and adaptable communication style. I am able to quickly adjust treatments and interventions to where you are at mentally in your
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My name is Danny Ralston and I studied a Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. During my studies I have spent time in a variety of hospitals and have seen a wide range of conditions from muscle based issues to post-heart surgery rehabilitation. I have taught swim teaching/coaching for the past 7 years and I like to go swimming in my spare time. I am also play Waterpolo and Oztag team to keep myself fit. My secret indulgence are hot chips.



I completed a Doctor of Physiotherapy at Macquarie University in 2015 and have since had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of patients. I have developed a special interest in treating all types of sports injuries and musculoskeletal conditions. I value integrity, professionalism, and commitment to excellent patient-centred care along with my passion for manual therapy and evidence-based rehabilitation is second to none. My passion for sport and the human body extends beyond professional employment as I am also a keen football (soccer) player since the age of 5 as well as practicing what I preach at the gym.





Jonathan has been a physiotherapist for over 14 years. He loves rugby league, cricket and touch football and spending time with his 2 children.



Physiotherapy provides me with the opportunity to use my knowledge and passion for sport and exercise to empower individuals and whole communities. Prior to commencing my physiotherapy degree, I was part of the Australian Army, where for 7 years I provided aid to many individuals and whole communities, both in Australia and overseas. As a physiotherapist from Charles Sturt University in Port Macquarie, I aspire to be a leader and help people become active members of their rehabilitation. I absolutely love weightlifting, soccer (the real football), travelling, and coffee! As a member of Rouse Hill Physio, I am passionate about working with people of all ages, sharing knowledge and empowering people to achieve their goals.



My name is Martin and I completed a Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. I became a physiotherapist to fulfil my vision in inspiring people to live their life to their fullest and to be amazed at the limitless capabilities of their bodies.

I have always had a passion for movement and training and I look to pass that on to all my clients. Currently, I play and coach basketball and volleyball. In my spare time I like to train, read, eat and travel!



My name is Molly and I am a physiotherapist who completed her bachelor degree in the University of Sydney. Throughout the years, being a health practitioner has changed my view on life. Being part of the journey of people’s recovery, I see how it means one says “ if there are numbers that represent your legacy of your life, it’d be your body and health being the ‘1’, all the others including money, career and relationships being the 0’s that only have their values after the’1’”. I love empowering people with my knowledge and skills to understand their bodies and learn how to improve and look after it. Because that is the legacy that nothing can replace. And Because that is something can last for decades. I love the confidence and relief on my patients’ faces when they improve and are empowered. As you probably can tell, I am a thinker and I like talking to people to know them. I also enjoy hiking, cafe hunting and trying new recipes in my spare time.





Since graduating in 2012, I have worked across a variety of settings including rehabilitation, sports injuries, workstation ergonomics, post-surgical rehabilitation and return to sport, as well as with local Netball and Soccer teams.

Throughout my life I have been involved in a range of sports including Athletics, university rowing, touch football and martial arts. I enjoy the gym, and have a personal interest in strength and conditioning.
Over the past few years, I have completed training in sports taping, functional assessment, clinical pilates and dry needling. My goal is to help people attain their own health and fitness goals, and empower them to take charge of their wellbeing in the long term
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Physiotherapy Assistant

I am an assistant physiotherapist and Pilates instructor at Rouse Hill Physio. In 2020 I completed my Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science at the Australian Catholic University. In 2021 I will start my Master degree to become an Exercise Physiologist. I have a special interest in the management of chronic conditions and sports injuries. When I’m not working or studying you will find me outside playing soccer with my puppy or on the river in my kayak.


Exercise Physiologist

Hi, I’m Eamon and I am a Exercise Scientist and Exercise Physiologist, I am passionate about helping people of all ages live a stronger and healthier life.

I completed a Bachelor of Health Science with distinction in 2017 and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2019. Prior to these achievements I have been a Personal Trainer for the past 4 years, helping individuals achieve their fitness goals in a safe and energising way.

I am passionate about all my clients and endeavour to introduce a scientific approach to coach my clients, allowing clients to scientifically understand their bodies through movement.

In my spare time I enjoy hiking, competing in CrossFit and running a social hiking community which aims to help people who have been affected by mental health challenges.

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Exercise Physiologist

I’m Emily and I am an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist. My aim is to motivate and empower clients to live the life they want to live through treatment and rehabilitation.

I completed a Bachelors of Sport & Exercise Science, Diploma in High Performance Sport & Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology at the Australian Catholic University. Working in the high performance sport industry, I was involved in injury rehabilitation and strength and conditioning for elite athletes up to an Olympic level.

I also have experience with clinical populations including oncology, neurological disorders, musculoskeletal injuries, cardiorespiratory conditions and mental health. Outside of work, you can catch me exploring the outdoors, in the gym, hanging out with friends and family and wining & dining!
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Exercise Physiologist


Exercise Physiologist

My name is Jess and I have completed my Masters of Exercise Physiology from the Australian Catholic University and an undergraduate degree of Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Newcastle.
Since my studies I have spent time gaining experience working in a Rehabilitation Hospital looking after people post joint replacement surgery alongside exercise for older adults. I have also gained experience with musculoskeletal and cardiac rehabilitation.

My passion has always been to get people back to an activity they may have never thought was possible anymore by using exercise and having fun in the process! I practise what I preach by taking on new challenges, by starting my own journey of learning weightlifting. I love being outdoors enjoying the sunshine whether that is going to the beach or playing tennis
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Exercise Physiologist

Hi, I’m Simon, I’m an Exercise Physiologist who is passionate about helping people live their best life and not feel limited. After completing my degree at the University of Sydney with Honours, I have spent numerous years in clinical private practices and hospital settings, dealing with a vast array of conditions in which I have become well equipped to treat and manage. Through a research-based approach, I am highly motivated to help you reach your goals and live life joyfully as it was intended. When I am not working, I enjoy being outside doing anything active. I also enjoy being creative by painting or doing photography.




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My name is Kylah and I’m the head receptionist at Rouse Hill Physio. I have been doing aerial silks for the past two years and I love it! Like most people I love travelling and aim to travel to a new country every year. I love Boost juice, people watching and Harry Potter.


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