9 Kentucky Drive, Glossodia NSW 2756  |  Phone (02) 4576 7501  | Fax (02) 4576 7329 | Contact Us

Opening Hours (by appointment)

Monday - Thursday: 7:30am - 7pm
Friday: 7:30am - 4pm

PH (02) 4576 7501

About Us

We believe communication is essential to gain the best outcome for our patients, thus we pride ourselves on encouraging strong channels of contact with GP's, treating specialists, involved gym/personal trainers, coaches, rehabilitation specialists and insurance companies.
Our facilities include a well-equipped gym including Pilate’s reformer and we have private treatment rooms available. We also conduct aquatic physiotherapy classes at a local pool.
O’Neill Physiotherapy is committed to continuing education. Our staff have attended courses including:
  • The latest OA management
  • Sports taping and current treatment of sports conditions
  • Treatment of the pelvis and SIJ dysfunction
  • Aquatic physiotherapy for musculoskeletal conditions
  • Exercise for low back pain
  • WorkCover NSW updates
  • Dry needling for musculoskeletal conditions
  • Updates of the latest orthopaedic surgery/conditions
  • Treatment of paediatric conditions
  • Update on lumbar spine treatment
  • Australian Hand Conferences
  • Myofascial release
  • Treatment of the rotator cuff
  • Treatment of Post Polio Syndrome
  • Sports Massage
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Fracture Management for Hands
  • Advanced Tendon Management  for Hand and Wrist
  • Wound care for Hand Therapists
  • Static splinting workshop
  • Dynamic splinting workshop
  • Extensor tendon injury course
  • Flexor tendon injury course
  • Synthetic casting work shop
  • Cycling and Running biomechanics course
  • Lateral Elbow pain (tennis elbow) course
Jenny is a titled APA sports therapist: -
"An APA Sports Physiotherapist is a highly qualified professional with expert knowledge and skills in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries.
An APA Sports Physiotherapist has completed at least four years of university studies & has a comprehensive knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics, physiology, crisis management, assessment & treatment of joint & muscle conditions. In addition, an APA Sports Physiotherapist has undertaken further studies specifically in the management of sports injuries.
An APA Sports Physiotherapist is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and is bound by its professional Code of Conduct. They have undergone a rigorous selection process to ensure that they have the level of experience & knowledge to be awarded the title”

Australian Physiotherapy Association