At Enhance Physio Albury, we believe everyone deserves to live their best life. We provide a vast range of general and specialised Physiotherapy treatments in the communities surrounding Howlong, Bellbridge and Bethanga to help you move and live better. As movement experts, we play a key role in promoting health, independence, and quality of life for people of all ages. No matter who you are, you’ll be welcomed to the Enhance family by our skilled, professional and compassionate team who don’t just want to make your injuries better – they want to make you better.
As the benefits of physiotherapy increases, our physiotherapy staff continues further professional development to provide high-quality, evidence-based therapies to help people overcome limitations caused by injury, illness, or the ageing process.
At Enhance Physiotherapy, we understand that different conditions and injuries require other methods to help resolve them. For this reason, we offer additional specialty physiotherapy services to help with certain medical conditions.
At Enhance Physio, our dedicated Paediatric Physiotherapists are passionate about providing comprehensive care to support children in achieving their maximum physical potential. We can help address various conditions such as developmental delays, motor impairments, orthopedic injuries, neurological disorders, and respiratory problems.
We have the expertise to assist with rehabilitation and recovery of a wide range of conditions exclusive to women at all stages of life, including through pregnancy, menopause and the post-menopausal period. All treatments and management strategies are tailored to your unique situation and circumstances to optimise your recovery and get you back to the important things sooner.
We provide a range of Occupational Physiotherapy services including on-site workplace physiotherapy services, pre-employment assessments, early intervention programs, and workcover physiotherapy to help ensure that your staff are healthy and able to do their best work.
We care about you, your family and our community. Regardless of your injury or condition, you will be welcomed to the Enhance Family by our exceptionally skilled, professional, and compassionate team. We’ll work closely with you to develop a structured healthcare plan taking a holistic approach that exceeds your expectations. We want to do more than make your injury better or help you manage your pain; we’ll aim to make you better overall.
We support you in many ways, from sports physiotherapy and post-operative rehabilitation to men’s and women’s health and workers’ compensation, right through to that niggling back pain after gardening. We treat patients from babies through to the elderly and understand the physical demands at different stages of life. No matter your injury or age, you will always be provided with premium physiotherapy services, a professional approach and a high standard of care.
We treat private patients, WorkCover, NDIS, DVA, TAC and EPC. We have success and extensive experience in sports injuries, back and neck pain, shoulder injuries, aged care, vestibular rehabilitation, disability services, women’s health, casting, splinting, human movement and dry needling.
Taylah Dyson is originally from the coast in Warrnambool and moved to Wodonga when she was young and has been there ever since.
She completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at CSU in Albury in 2022. Taylah also completed a cert II in Dance in 2016 and a Cert III in Early childhood Education and Care in 2017.
In her spare time, she loves to stand up, paddle board, travel, experience new things and spend time with friends and family outdoors.
Taylah has a passion to make a difference by helping people restore their function and achieve goals whilist building rapport. She has an interest in musculoskeletal injuries including neck and back pain and tendon injuries.
Emma Doyle grew up in the Albury region where she decided to pursue a Bachelor of Physiotherapy locally after developing an interest in the health field.
During the past 4 years of her studies, Emma have worked as an allied health assistant and barista, enjoying two things she love, helping people and drinking coffee!
Emma is excited to continue her passion helping people reach their desired outcomes and for her interest to turn into a reality as an upcoming Physiotherapist.
Mitch Wadley grew up in Wagga and studied at Charles-Sturt University in Albury-Wodonga. He completed most of his placements at the Wagga Base Hospital gaining experience on a number of different wards and services there. Mitch also completed a placement in a private practice setting in Wagga where he was able to gain valuable experience in sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
Mitch enjoys playing AFL and have recently begun long distance running. He looks forward to assisting people in achieving their goals and returning to the things they enjoy doing, as well as providing education and strategies to prevent injuries from re-occurring.
Amelia started with Enhance Physiotherapy in 2022 as a part of our administration team and is studying for her Certificate lll in Business Administration Medical. She has always enjoyed playing sports and being outdoors with family and friends.In her spare time she enjoys going camping, playing board games amongst family, and taking her border collies on long walks around her neighbourhood.
Jayde grew up locally, leaving Albury at age 17 to join the Royal Australian Navy. She has lived all over Australia and has deployed out to sea during that time. After leaving the navy, she had an interest in the health field and this led her to ultimately pursue her studies in physiotherapy. She completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University in 2021.
Jayde has a passion for helping people improve their movement and function, as well as setting and achieving realistic and achievable goals. Outside of work Jayde enjoys spending time with her family, weightlifting and exploring the local trails in our wonderful area.
Andrea grew up in Leeton and completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University in Albury in 2021. Outside of work she enjoys music, Italian cuisine and playing netball and league tag. Andrea has a special interest in post-op rehabilitation and musculoskeletal injuries.
Maya Davis grew up in Albury, and recently completed aBachelor of Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University to join the Enhance team in 2022 as a new graduate. Outside of work Maya enjoys playing soccer, travelling and anything outdoors. Maya has a keen interest in all things sport!
Chris joined the Enhance team in 2021 following 8 years working across the local public and private hospitals with extensive experience in orthopaedics and rehabilitation. Chris is passionate about helping people recover from surgery or injury and back to enjoying life. In his spare time, Chris enjoys outdoor activities such as running, tennis and camping but more recently has been busy helping his wife care for their baby boy. Chris has a special interest in osteoarthritis management and post op rehabilitation.
After finishing his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University (Albury) in 2004, Dave worked at the Albury Base Hospital in a graduate rotation position for 3 years. He then moved into Occupational Physiotherapy, working as an approved Rehabilitation Provider locally before moving to Melbourne for 6 years to work with John Holland Construction as a Workcover and Rehabilitation Coordinator.
After 4 years in this role, Dave then returned to working in private practice and thoroughly enjoying Occupational Physiotherapy. With his in-depth knowledge and experience of rehabilitation provider, employer and clinician roles within the Workers Compensation Clinical Framework, Dave is the most experienced clinician locally when it comes to Workplace Rehabilitation.
Matt grew up in Wagga Wagga before completing his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University, joining the Enhance team in Albury in 2021. Outside work, Matt plays cricket with Lavington in the local competition and enjoys other outdoor activities including hiking, kayaking and bike-riding.
Jessica Lewington grew up on a farm based outside of Wagga and has actively been involved in the Wagga community through sport from a young age. Jess completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University, Albury in 2014 before moving to Sydney for 3 years where she worked alongside elite athletes in the NRL. Jess returned to Wagga in 2018 and has since been completing post graduate studies in paediatric physiotherapy and chronic pain.
Jess enjoys keeping fit and active, travelling, playing and watching all sports, and spending time with her husband Daniel, and her two fur babies Daisy (Golden Retriever) and Reuben (Border Collie).
Chris graduated from CSU in 2014 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Recently he has completed his Masters of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy through La Trobe University.
Chris constantly strives to empower his clients to manage their conditions and meet their goals. He has a passion for learning and ongoing professional development allowing him to implement the latest evidence-based techniques to ensure his clients get the best possible outcomes.
Simon is originally from Canada and obtained a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering prior to pursuing a physiotherapy career in Australia. He completed the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at the University of Melbourne and focused his interests on the management of musculoskeletal conditions.
Sarah graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy after growing up in rural North-East Victoria. Sarah has since settled in Albury, and lives locally with her husband and two young children.
Since having children of her own, Sarah has a special interest in all things Women’s Health and has completed extensive post-graduate training in this area.
Sarah also enjoys treating injuries of the lower limb, particularly in the ankle and foot.
Alesha grew up in Albury and has always had a keen interest in health and sport. Upon finishing school Alesha went on to complete a Bachelor of Health and Rehabilitation in 2017 before transferring across to a Bachelor of Physiotherapy finishing in 2020.
Outside of work you’ll find her training for triathlons or up on the trails at Nail Can. Alesha is excited to work with the local sporting community, in particular the local swimming community.
After growing up on a farm near Uranquinty and completing his schooling in Wagga Wagga, Matt studied Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University in Albury. Matt now calls Albury home with his wife Kelsey and 2 children. Matt loves all sports and particularly enjoys football, basketball, water skiing and his small hobby farm.
Matt’s special interests include; knee and ankle injuries, tendon injuries, load management and sports physiotherapy with experience at the Commonwealth Games.
Nathan completed his under graduated Physiotherapy in 2011. Nathan went on to complete his graduate certificate and his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy through Latrobe University. Nathan is now an APA Titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist. Nathan has spent time with the Australian Institute of Sport, Western Bulldogs, and the world-renowned Steadman Clinic in Vail Colorado.
Nathan has worked in the private practice setting, as well as working at the private hospital and onsite occupational physiotherapy.