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Opening Hours (by appointment)


Monday - Thursday: 8am - 6pm
Friday: 8am - 5pm

PH (02) 4576 7501

Meet our Staff


Jenny O'Neill

Jenny O’Neill

Jenny commenced in private practice over 20 years ago in Adelaide and continued in this area on moving to the Hawkesbury region in 1999. She opened O’Neill Physiotherapy in March 2008 at Glossodia. In her 30 years as a physiotherapist Jenny has gained extensive experience treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Jenny completed her Master in Health Science (Sport Physio) at Sydney University in 2003 and gained the title of APA Sports Therapist after further study in 2004.
 
Her sporting experience ranges from local level netball, soccer and cricket to international level representation as the physiotherapist for the Australian under 21 and Under 19’s team physiotherapist. Jenny was also the physiotherapist to the Northern Ireland team at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
 
Jenny spent six years as the Sydney Swifts physiotherapist and has extensive experience with Netball NSW both as a presenter and physiotherapist.  Jenny’s expertise in the treatments and prevention of sports injuries is widely recognised resulting in her lecturing at the Australian Institute of Sport. Jenny has also contributed as a writer for sporting publications and educational DVD’s.
Jenny has treated international and national level athletes in many sports including:

•        Athletics
•        Swimming
•        Cricket
•        Soccer
•        Tumbling/gymnastics
•        Dancing
•        Netball
•        Water skiing
•        Equestrian
•        Rugby league
 
Jenny has a particular interest in adolescent sporting injury prevention.
 
Carolyn Whitson

Carolyn Whitson

Carolyn has over 30 years’ experience in physiotherapy after graduating from Queensland University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 1981.
 
Carolyn has experience in treating many conditions with a special interest in hand rehabilitation including pre and post-operative treatment, scar management, splinting and casting. Carolyn is the author of published papers in various Australian journals and has presented at physiotherapy conferences. She is an associate of the Australian Hand Therapy Association, with over 15 years’ experience in the treatment of hands.

In 2012 she undertook a six month sabbatical in England. This has extended her knowledge into different treatment techniques and protocols especially pertaining to hand and upper limb treatment. 
 
Carolyn has extensive musculoskeletal experience, including having been the physiotherapist for NSW State Netball teams. Her knowledge and experience also extends to work place injuries and temporomandibular (jaw) pathology.

Carolyn also has a keen interest in management of the ageing process and optimising functional abilities in our senior citizen’s.
 

Joanne Rose

Jo is our senior receptionist and office administrator. Jo is responsible for accounts, rostering and general overseeing of the clinic. She has brought to the practice many years of private /hospital administration experience.
 

Sally Whitton

Sally achieved a Bachelor of Health Science in personal development health and physical education at the University of Western Sydney. She then furthered her studies completing a Diploma in Remedial Message therapy in 2014.
 
Sally is employed as physiotherapy assistant and remedial massage therapist (health fund rebate available, member of the AAMT). Sally works to tailor the massage to your needs incorporating relaxation and remedial techniques to achieve the best outcome. Every client is different and Sally believes that should reflect in the massage.

Sally has undertaken further studies in the following areas:
  • Safe, beneficial massage to oncology patients
  • Certificate in Pregnancy Massage
  • Myofascial release
  • Effective Headache Treatment

She has a keen interest in sport and has played representative netball from junior ranks and now enjoys yoga, bushwalking and general activity.
 

Courtney Tebbutt

Courtney works as a physiotherapist assistant and receptionist in the clinic. Courtney has a keen interest in sport and has been involved in soccer and competitive gymnastics from a young age.
 
Courtney is certified in massage and has obtained certificate III and IV in Allied Health. She is currently furthering her education, undertaking a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology at Australian Catholic University.




 

Billy Troy

Billy graduated from Australian Catholic University in 2016. During his studies, he worked within our clinic as a physiotherapist assistant since 2014.
 
Billy has been a team physiotherapist for the Hawkesbury Hawks soccer club for the under 20’s and first-grade sides. He has also been performing sports trainer roles with various football and rugby sides for the past three years.
 
His interests include sports injuries with his favourite areas been football, gym training and golf which have taken him to Chicago, USA to study.

Qualifications and studies undertaken include:
 
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy
  • Titleist Performance Institute Certified
  • Australian Strength and Conditioning Association Coach
  • Advanced Sports Taping
  • Sports Physiotherapist level 1
  • Level 2 sports trainer

Kylie Jorgensen

Kylie completed a degree in physiotherapy at the University of Sydney graduating in 1999. She also completed postgraduate studies in physiotherapy for hand injuries at the University of Sydney in 2006. She has worked both locally and overseas, and has extensive experience in a range of physiotherapy settings including private practice, hospital and community health.
 
Her main areas of clinical interest include:
 
  • Rehabilitation of injuries of the hand and upper limb, including complex trauma
  • Fracture management
  • Post-surgical and orthopaedic physiotherapy
  • Falls prevention and strengthening for older adults
 
Kylie recently presented a research project at the Australian Hand Therapy Association’s National Scientific Conference.
 
Her outside interests include equestrian sports, mountain biking and yoga.