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Your body wants to move naturally. We want your movement to be pain-free.

Exercise and movement are vital elements of our physical and mental wellbeing. We are here to help you and your body maximise your potential to move freely and live happier.

Chronic Disease Management
Exercise Rehabilitation
Chronic Pain Relief & Management
Pre Operative Physio
Post Operative Rehabilitation
Sports Physio
Women’s Health Physio
Strength & Conditioning
Rehabilitation – Workers Comp
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Welcome to your new potential

No matter what your injury or issue, Lilyfield Physio can help you repair and rebuild your body to achieve new potential – whatever you wish that to be.

We offer a complete range of services for injury rehabilitation, injury prevention, performance enhancement and longevity of movement. The key to our patients achieving their new potential is that we go beyond treatment and encourage everyone to strive for continual exercise in their everyday lifestyles. Put simply, you’ll leave happier and healthier.

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Our Classes

Our Classes

Physical improvement is best achieved when you are guided by highly experienced and dedicated trainers.

Lilyfield Physio offers a complete range of rehab and exercise classes over a range of diverse disciplines to help you rebuild your physicality and achieve your movement potential. With loads of classes at convenient times, there’s no excuse not to enjoy the benefits of ongoing training.

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View our extensive range of classes and times to suit all ages and fitness levels.

Ready to Start Moving Again?

Take your first step to your new potential and call us for an appointment and an obligation-free assessment and discussion.

Call Us: (02) 9810 2203

Meet the Team

Lilyfield Physio is fortunate enough to have some of Australia’s most qualified and dedicated practitioners at your disposal.

Jan Sargood
APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Kam Bhabra
Principal Physio (BSc Hons, PgD Sports)
Karen Westcott
Principal Physio (B.App.Sc Phty)
Marc Rahme
Physiotherapist / B.App.Sc (Ex & SpSc), MPhty
Matt Werner
Exercise Physiologist (BExPh)
Thea Richardson
Exercise Physiologist (BExPh)
Alexandra Plane
Remedial Massage Therapist (Dip AMT)
Polly Linfoot
Office Manager
Francine Best
Receptionist
Niamh Davies
Receptionist
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Lastest news in physiotherapy

Read about the latest in physio and exercise and our experts’ opinions on each topic.

Resistance exercise

Exercise for the aging population

The Benefits! Exercise is good for all ages and in older adults can improve cardiovascular function, muscle strength and overall functional capacity, which has a role in maintaining independence for as long as possible². A meta analysis by Kelly and Kelly of the efficacy of aerobic exercise found regular exercise reduced the prevalence of hypertension…
Running and knees

Is running bad for my knees?

What about my knees? Adults are recommended that they achieve 150 minutes of moderate activity per week to improve our health and running is a great form of cardiovascular exercise that helps us to achieve this. There is a persistent misconception about running and knee degeneration and the following beliefs tend to be quite common:…
Osteoporosis Exercise

Exercise for Osteoporosis

Diagnosed with Osteoporosis or Osteopaenia? For the most part 90% of us reach our peak bone density in our early 20’s. From our late 20’s it is a slow and steady decline where we don’t build much more bone strength on top of this. Osteoporosis is the term we use when our bones become more…

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Wed 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM Sun Closed
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