What makes our practice different?
At Inspired Physio you don’t have to share your consultation time with a few other clients that your therapist goes between or be worried that someone in the next cubicle / curtain will hear sensitive and private medical information about yourself because we know the importance of one on one consultations and client confidentiality.
You are the soul focus for your consultation as we never double book and we also have private consultation rooms to ensure that your private information is not overheard by others.
We are also all about convenience being associated with Hicaps ‘on the spot’ claims, where we can swipe your private health fund card and all you will have to pay is the remaining ‘gap’.
Our philosophy at Inspired Physio is to:
- Inspire you to take control of your pain
- Nurturing environment with quality customer service
- Strive to provide a holistic approach to health
- Provide the highest standard of physiotherapy care
- Improving the health of our clients by listening to their needs
- Respecting our client views and goals
- Educate our clients on how to take control of their health
- Dedicated to staying up to date with the latest research and treatment techniques
Deborah Mooney I Director I Senior Physiotherapist
Registered Physiotherapist (APA Member)
B.App.Sc. (Medial Radiation Sciences – Radiation Therapy)
+ APA Sports Physiotherapy Level 1
2018 3rd Place u52kg GPC State Titles – Ranked 6th in 52kg class Nationally in GPC
Deborah is a Sydney University Masters Graduate of Physiotherapy. Being a keen dancer growing up in the Hills area Deborah has also completed her Major 3 level in Ballet (Australian Dance Assessment Program) and has always been intrigued by the human body and how it works.
As a dance teacher, Deborah is also keen to make sure she is able to educate her clients about their body and how it functions. This includes participating in continued education where Deborah is now proficient in Dry Needling and K-taping.
Deborah’s focus has now changed to competitive powerlifting and is excited to be able to combine and share her skills in dance with her strength from powerlifitng. Outside of the office Deb enjoys snowboarding and playing with the resident Inspired Physio mascots, Bob the dog (a large but friendly mastiff x boxer) and Maple (a 6 year old pure bred Australian Shepard).
+ Bachelor of Health Science (Sport & Exercise Science) – Western Sydney University
Josh completed his Master of Physiotherapy from The University of Sydney. He has a keen interest in sports and has spent 6 years working with children and adults as a swimming instructor and state-level swim coach as well as working as a lifeguard throughout that time. Growing up in the Hills area, Josh enjoyed playing soccer, cricket and swimming at a state level with his speciality being butterfly. He’s now taken up powerlifting and enjoys analysing technique and working on improving function and performance.
With Josh’s interest and experience with sports, he’s developed a keen eye for analysing and improving technique and reducing pain to improve performance.
+ Bachelor of Human Movement- Macquarie University.
+ SMA Sports level trainer Level 1
Nicole completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy at Macquarie University. She has been teaching mat and studio Pilates for the last 6 years, and during that time has become passionate about using movement to empower individuals to become the best version of themselves.
Nicole has always been passionate about dance and sport. Growing up she was a keen ballet dancer and also enjoyed competitive netball, running and athletics. She recently undertook an internship with the NSW Swifts Academy netball team and has enjoyed working with the athletes to prevent and manage injuries while optimising performance. Nicole has also worked with the Manly Sapphires Premier League Netball teams and Manly Netball Association. She is interested in lower limb tendon injuries and has completed a research project investigating tendon pathology in the NSW Swifts netball team.
Nicole is enthusiastic about working with individuals to help them achieve their movement goals.
When Nicole isn’t in the clinic Nicole enjoys running, going to the beach and spending time with family and friends.
Kristy Norvall | Exercise Physiologist
+ APPI Equipment Level 1 (Lumbo-pelvic) and 2 (Scapulo-thoracic)
Kristy is a graduate of the The University of Sydney with a Master in Exercise Physiology. As an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist Kristy’s philosophy is to use movement as medicine and help people improve their physical function so that they can live their best life.
Kristy grew up playing competitive netball and touch footy which led her into a career within the health and fitness industry, starting out as a personal trainer in 2009 leading fitness classes and one on one sessions at a number of gyms within the Hills district. Now as an Exercise Physiologist, Kristy is passionate about working with clients with varying complex health conditions / disabilities such as stroke and Cerebral Palsy and chronic injuries such as post orthopaedic surgery. Kristy has special interests in Neurological rehab and Women’s Health.
When Kristy isn’t at the clinic she enjoys spending time with her family and fur baby Evie!
Karly is a graduate of Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Marine Science and is now completing Post Graduate Studies in Environmental Science at The University of Sydney. Karly enjoys being a receptionist with the Inspired Physio team whilst she studies. When Karly is out of the clinic she enjoys spending time in the water and hanging out with her cat Sox and her Goddoggy Evie.
Sara Andriejunas I Senior Physiotherapist
+ Bachelor of Human Movement – University of Technology, Sydney
Sara completed her Master of Physiotherapy from The University of Sydney. She has been dancing for over 25 years and still performs regularly in professional Brazilian Samba with ‘Samba Brazil Entertainment’ and also works commercially for ‘The Showmasters Co’ and Sassy Entertainment. Growing up she trained in jazz, contemporary, modern, cheerleading, BJP physical culture and went to school at Newtown Performing Arts for ballet and contemporary. Over the years Sara has been a cheerleader for the Wests Tigers, Parramatta Eels and Sydney Kings and has danced for a variety of events and shows. Sara taught Physical Culture and was a National Opera House Finalist for all years she competed. This varied background in dance has all led to a passion for dance physiotherapy and helping girls improve their technique as well as injury prevention. With a particular interest in foot and ankle injuries, Sara loves to work with dancers of all styles as well as general population to help deliver individual and specialised movement based therapy.
Bo Li I Senior Physiotherapist
+ Bachelor of Applied Science – Physiotherapy (Sydney University)
Bo completed her Physiotherapy degree at the University of Sydney in 2002 and has worked both in private practice, sub-acute neurological rehabilitation and in an acute hospital setting becoming a Senior Orthopaedic Physiotherapist at St Vincent’s Hospital in Darlinghurst. In 2009, Bo developed a special interest in Women’s Health and has done extensive training over the years. Many women can be quite uncomfortable talking about what can be seen as a “hush” subject. Bo understands this and is dedicated to keeping the session as relaxed as possible to minimise the anxieties that can be present.
When Bo’s not in the clinic she enjoys spending time with her family at the beach and surfing mini waves.
Sophie is currently in her first year of studying a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science (Exercise Therapy) at University of Technology Sydney and hopes to study a Masters of Physiotherapy after its completion. Sophie enjoys working as a receptionist at Inspired Physio and it also helps expand her knowledge while studying.
When Sophie is out of the clinic she enjoys going to the gym and working on her powerlifting progress, spending time with family and friends and hanging out with her dog Macy and cats Oscar and Eddie.
Jess is currently in her second year of studying a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University. She enjoys working as a receptionist at Inspired Physio as it compliments her studies. When out of the clinic, Jess enjoys playing water polo, powerlifting and spending time with family and friends.
Bob is a 9 year old rescue Mastiff x Boxer. He has been with Inspired Physio for the past 5 years. Bob enjoys snoozing and fetch, loves hooman pats, is scared of the wind and tolerates his little sister Maple. Bob may look scary but will most likely lick you to death and his ‘snarl’ face is actually his smile.
Maple is a 6 year old pure bred Australian Shepard (which is actually an American breed). She joined the Inspired Physio crew in 2014 as a spritely puppy. Maple loves long walks, collecting sticks and rounding up Bob. Maple is very intelligent but is a selective listener and will do anything for food.