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Roy Daniell

  • Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy (1988)
  • Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy (1992)
  • APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Roy has been working as an Australian Physiotherapy Association titled musculoskeletal physiotherapist for 25 years. He is the principal practitioner at Belconnen Physiotherapy Clinic and is passionate about providing care to patients while using evidence-based methods. He is particularly interested in neck pain, headaches and chronic pain.

Roy loves running and is always keen to help other runners get back on track. Roy has competed in three Paralympic games in the marathon event.

Areas of Clinical Interest:

  • Whiplash
  • Neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Running injuries
  • Persistent pain

Sean Moran

  • Master of Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy (2014)
  • Master of Physiotherapy (2008)
  • Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Biology (2006)
  • APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
  • APA Sports Physiotherapist

Sean has a strong interest in musculoskeletal and sports injuries particularly back and neck pain, shoulder injuries and rehabilitation and tendinopathies. He uses evidence-based practice and a focus on manual therapy and exercise prescription to help his clients overcome injuries and achieve long-term optimal function.

In his spare time Sean in an avid cyclist competing in road and mountain biking races and has an extensive knowledge of cycling biomechanics, injuries and bike fit. Sean has previously been the physio for the BOSS Cycling Team and provides individual consults for several professional cyclists. He is also an avid skier and rock climber.

Sean has previously served as president of the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s branch for the ACT.

Areas of Clinical Interest:

  • Musculoskeletal and sports injuries
  • Back and neck pain
  • Shoulder injuries and rehabilitation
  • Tendinopathies
  • Cycling fit and injures
  • Strength and conditioning

Natalie Wood

  • Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy (1997)

Natalie has worked as a physiotherapist in Australia and the UK in both the private and public sectors. She has worked at Belconnen Physiotherapy Clinic for over 10 years and has a clinical interest in hydrotherapy and Pilates. She is an active triathlete having competed in numerous Ironman events including Hawaii and keen distance runner. Natalie’s personal experience in competitive sport is reflected in her strategies for returning clients to their pre-injury function.

Areas of Clinical Interest:

  • Clinical Pilates
  • Arthritic conditions
  • Neck and back pain
  • Sporting injuries

Shannon Mangin

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (1999)

Shannon joined our team in 2005. She has worked in pediatrics and outpatients as a new graduate at Mater Hospital in Brisbane. Shannon’s background as a competitive swimmer and swim coach inspired her interest in hydrotherapy.

Over the last 5 years Shannon has studied Pilates extensively through DMA clinical Pilates and APPI levels one and two.

Shannon believes good listening skills coupled with clear client communication leads to better results. In her spare time Shannon enjoys weight training, swimming, running and yoga.

Areas of Clinical Interest:

  • Temporomandibular joint (jaw) dysfunction
  • Aquatic physiotherapy
  • Sacroiliac joint disorders (pelvis dysfunction)
  • Clinical Pilates
  • General musculoskeletal and sports injuries

Renee Jaques

  • Master of Physiotherapy 2006
  • Dip RM
  • B Soc Sci Rec Hum Mv’t

Renee is an experienced physiotherapist with a background as a massage therapist and secondary teacher. She has vast experience in working with sporting teams from the local through to national level. Her interests are primarily in sports, children's injuries and aquatic physiotherapy. She prides herself on communication and evidence based practice. Renee's personal interests are a range of sports and a particular interest in working overseas with those in developing countries.

Areas of Clinical Interest:

  • Sporting injuries
  • Children’s injuries
  • Arthritic conditions
  • Aquatic physiotherapy

Jacinta Searles

  • Master of Physiotherapy (2011)
  • Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Biology (2008)

Jacinta graduated from the University of Canberra with a Master of Physiotherapy. Prior to this she completed a Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Biology. She is also working as a physiotherapist in a hospital setting. She has an enthusiasm for sport, exercise and healthy living, with a history of participation and coaching in a variety of sport, principally netball.

Jacinta joined Belconnen Physiotherapy Clinic in 2012. She is currently working in aged care and has previously worked in a hospital setting. Her clinical interests include musculoskeletal and sport injuries, orthopaedic rehabilitation, dry needling and hydrotherapy. Jacinta has an enthusiasm for sport, exercise and healthy living with a history of participation and coaching in a variety of sports, principally netball.

Her treatment approach is to provide quality, evidence-based treatment and assist people in all stages of life to manage their injuries, achieve their goals and lead a healthy lifestyle.

Areas of Clinical Interest:

  • Musculoskeletal and sport injuries
  • Orthopaedic rehabilitation
  • Dry needling
  • Hydrotherapy

Natalie Myvalt

  • Master of Physiotherapy (2012)
  • Graduate Certificate in Human Movement Science (2010)
  • Bachelor of Medical Science (2008)

Natalie has a special interest in Women’s Health and is skilled in Pelvic Floor assessment and treatment. She enjoys working with prenatal and postnatal women and is planning to start a Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy in Continence and Women’s Health in the near future.

Natalie prides herself on evidence-based practice and educating and empowering her clients towards wellness and healthy lifestyles through all aspects of musculoskeletal care.

Natalie’s other interests include playing and coaching competitive squash which has led to a deeper understanding of sport and related clinical matters.

Areas of Clinical Interest:

  • Obstetric physiotherapy—including prenatal and postnatal exercise
  • Musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy
  • Pelvic floor and incontinence
  • Exercise rehabilitation
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Pilates
  • Dry needling

Robert Ho

  • Master of Physiotherapy (2013)
  • Graduate Certificate in Exercise Science (2011)
  • Bachelor of Science (2009)

Rob’s areas of clinical interest include dry needling, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries, orthopaedic rehabilitation and sports injuries. Rob has previously provided physiotherapy services for the GWS Giants, Belconnen Scholars Rugby League, Canberra FC soccer and Gungahlin Eagles Rugby Union. He has also worked in Japan managing acute snow sports injuries. In his spare time Rob plays AFL, tennis, touch football and rock climbing.

Areas of Clinical Interest:

  • Dry Needling
  • Musculoskeletal and Sport Injuries
  • Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

 


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