Wagga Wagga: 265 Edward St (02) 6917 1321
Sarah grew up on a farm on the outskirts of Bathurst NSW. As Sarah has always had an interest in health and sport, upon finishing school she went on to complete her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University in Orange.
Outside of work, Sarah enjoys being outdoors playing a variety of sports with a keen interest in touch football and equestrian.
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.
Ben started with Enhance Physiotherapy in 2019 as a part of our administration team. Ben has since completed a Certificate III in Business Administration Medical all while being involved in our accounts and marketing processes.
He spends his down time exploring new places and spending time with his loved ones. Ben also has a special interest in the medical sector and looks to pursue a career in nursing.
Jade has joined the Enhance Physio team as the Accounts Manager. Jade has worked in the allied health industry for a number of years. Jade grew up locally playing netball for Barnawartha Tigers. Outside of work she has her hands full with a beautiful daughter named Rylee and two fur babies, Willow and Oakley. Jade has a passion for health and all things baby, she hopes to pursue a career in Midwifery.
Angela is a farm girl by birth but a townie by nature. Her camera is never far from her side as she loves exploring and photographing the rural area, when her pugalier, Joey, gives her a break from playing ball.
She has a considerable background in customer service, and loves helping and interacting with others. This passion has led her to pursue employment within the healthcare industry, bringing with her that extensive experience, to ensure your visit to Enhance Physiotherapy is as enjoyable as possible.
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 CSU in 2017 and has since worked in private practice and aged care. She has a particular interest in lower limb injuries, back and neck pain and has completed further training in chronic and persistent pain management.
Sarah hopes to further her studies in chronic pain and women’s health in the future. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys exercising, baking and spending time with her young family.