Physiotherapy

In response to the situation with COVID-19, we are offering telehealth services.
Please call us to make an appointment.


Student-led clinic

Welcome to the Student-Led Physiotherapy Clinic!

At our clinic, final year physiotherapy students provide one-on-one appointments under the supervision of qualified physiotherapists. We can treat adults and children over the age of 10 for all sports and musculoskeletal injuries, as well as post-operative rehabilitation.

Our services include the treatment of:

  • back and neck pain
  • sports injuries
  • sprains and strains
  • arthritis
  • overuse and chronic injuries
  • post-surgical recovery and rehabilitation.

Other physiotherapy services: Parkinson’s Clinic

Cost: $40 or $30 for concession

Time: Between 30 to 90 mins depending on student experience

Please note that as we are a student-led clinic no rebate is available through private health funds, Medicare, or third-party providers. We are not able to treat conditions that are a result of a workplace injury or motor vehicle accident.


Private practitioners

In addition to our student-led clinic, we offer physiotherapy services from private practitioners.

Angie Fearon

Angie Fearon

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Health, University of Canberra

PhD, M(Physio), BSc(Physio)

Angie has been working as a physiotherapist for over 30 years. During that time, she has extensive experience in working with people, and broad depth of academic and clinical skills.

Angie’s particular area of expertise is hip and low back pain. She also sees people with other conditions, including helping people to start exercising.

Angie aims to help people to understand their condition, and to help themselves. She aims to help people to find the way through the woods, not go around and around the same trees.

To make an appointment, please call (02) 6201 5843.

Jack Mest

Jack Mest

Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist

Special interest in tendinopathy

Jack Mest graduated from Monash University, Melbourne with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2008. He has worked as a clinician since this time in sports injury clinics and sporting organizations across Australia and the UK

His diverse work experience includes working as the Reserves team physiotherapist for the Collingwood Football Club in the Australian Football League and as an Academy Physiotherapist for Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.

Jack completed his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy, graduating from Latrobe University in 2019. Following this, Jack received recognition from the Australian Physiotherapy Association as a titled Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist.

Through his post-graduate studies, Jack developed a special research interest in tendinopathy. He is first author on a publication entitled: ‘The prevalence of self-reported psychological characteristics in adults with lower limb tendinopathy’, which is currently under peer review prior to publication. He presented his work at the most recent ACT research symposium held at the University of Canberra.

Jack has always had a passion for education in Physiotherapy and currently works as a clinical educator and honors mentor for final year Physiotherapy students at the University of Canberra

For more information on Jack’s telehealth services please visit his website: www.jackmestphysiotherapy.com

To book an appointment, please call (02) 6201 5843 or email: jack.mest@canberra.edu.au

Phil Newman

Phil Newman

Sports Physiotherapist and Assistant Professor of Physiotherapy

Phil's areas of interest
  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament deficiency and rehabilitation
  • Physiotherapy in hip joint related pain, Femoroacetabula impingement syndrome (FAI)
  • Designer of a unique Pre-Sports Screening Protocol that has a role in preventing sports injuries, particularly in rugby, soccer and Australian Rules Football
  • Acute sports injuries management and diagnosis
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