Dynamic Physiotherapy - Five Dock.
Rehab & Treatment
The team at Dynamic Physiotherapy are experienced in sporting performance, rehabilitation and recovery. We believe in a holistic and individualised approach to treatment, with a strong focus on getting you back to what you enjoy. We perform a thorough assessment, including a full movement analysis to highlight possible areas to hindrance of recovery, and we help set clear short and long term goals with you in session one. We discuss your treatment options, including utilising a variety of modalities best suited to you, estimated recovery time and provide a tailored treatment plan, aimed at empowering you to achieve your goals.
Five Dock Leisure Centre , Queens Rd & William Street , Five Dock, NSW, AU
Return to Play/Work/Learn
Hours of Operation
|Monday||7:30 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||7:30 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||7:30 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||7:30 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Friday||7:30 AM - 5:00 PM|
- Tara Vance.PhysiotherapistBachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)Cognitive AssessmentCognitive RehabExercise RehabMyofascial ReleaseNeck RehabVestibular RehabVision RehabHaving written in her Year 4 dossier that she wanted to be a Physiotherapist, Tara went on to study Physiotherapy at The University of Sydney. She was an elite runner throughout high school and was constantly at the physio, which is where her love for the profession developed. Post studying, Tara has been working in a private practice with the sporting population, children and seeing lots of everyday injuries as well! She also currently works at a private emergency facility conducting fracture clinics under the guide of orthopaedic surgeons. These clinics involve mainly upper limb/hand injuries and along the way has added casting and splinting to her repertoire. Tara has worked with Eastwood Rugby and St Pats Rugby for a number of years and really enjoys the sports coverage side of the job. She also has been the Team Physiotherapist for the NSW Womens 7s team for the last two years. Tara further plans the complete the appropriate studies and essential experience to become a Titled Sports Physiotherapist. In her spare time, Tara enjoys keeping fit by going on hikes, running the Bay Run or sweating it out at F45.
- Morgan Baxter.PhysiotherapistBach. PhysiotherapyActive Release TherapyAcupuncture/DryneedlingCognitive AssessmentCognitive RehabExercise RehabMyofascial ReleaseNeck RehabVestibular RehabVision RehabMorgan graduated from the Australian Catholic University with a bachelor of Physiotherapy. Morgan is an elite athlete, representing Australia in the Women’s Water Polo team. Post graduation, she spent a season abroad playing for a club in the top Greek league and the Euroleague. She comes to us with experience working with sporting related injuries, orthopaedic patients, gerontology, neurology and general wards.
- Brendan Fogarty.PhysiotherapistBach. App. Sci (Exercise and Sports Science), Master of Physiotherapy, Master of Sports and Musculoskeletal PhysiotherapyBrendan is the Owner and Principal Physiotherapist of Dynamic with a love of treating all types of acute and chronic injuries and has a particular interest in Sports related injuries and performance. Having played high level rugby for most of his life, Brendan understands the demands placed on an athlete and aims to work with you to build a plan to ensure you have the tools to perform at your best, no matter the sport or environment you find yourself in. With a strong involvement in sport, Brendan is currently the head physio at a number of local and National sporting clubs including St Patrick’s old boys Rugby Club, Drummoyne Dirty Reds Rugby Club and Drummoyne Water Polo in the Australian Water Polo League. In 2020 he also had the pleasure to have worked with Water Polo Australia Men’s team, Australian and NSWIS Rowing and Para-Olympic teams in Preparation for Tokyo 2020 Brendan has previously worked with NSW Speed Blitz Blues, NSW Suburban Rugby Representative team and West Harbour Rugby. Brendan’s main focus is on improving mobility & movement, building strength to decrease pain and improve performance. “When people move correctly, they move freely, pain free, and can train harder.