Our Physiotherapists

Penny Gillett has 15 years of clinical experience in Australia and overseas.   With a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy Penny’s focus is excellence in the diagnosis and treatment of complex conditions, and is renowned for her thorough approach and attention to detail.

A former athlete (heptathlon) herself, Penny has travelled with teams and provided event coverage at Australian and World Championships sporting events (including the Commonwealth Games, Athletics events, Pro Tennis events, state/national/world championship events, etc).  Penny now has two very young children which does cramp her style somewhat when it comes to major sporting events, however she most enthusiastically brings her skills and experience to the local community.

Penny is fluent in Auslan, and is well-known across the extended deaf community.

Renee Young’s qualifications as a Physiotherapist extend her prior studies in anatomy, physiology and psychology.   Renee graduated from the University of Melbourne with honours in 1999, and has worked predominantly in private practice.

Renee has holistic approach to Physiotherapy, and is particularly skilled at helping patients with additional needs (such as other medical conditions, senior/aged, incontinence, and hypertension) manage their condition and achieve optimal outcomes from their rehabilitation programs.  Renee has three children and is actively involved with the local community.