Terrey Hills Physiotherapy
Clinical Physio also provides experienced, musculoskleletal physiotherapy services to the Terrey Hills community.
We are located just a short 5 minute drive down Mona Vale Road on the left, opposite Hassell Park and in the same centre as IGA and Road to Goa.
We have developed a close relationship with the Terrey Hills community including providing services for NBCS students and Terrey Hills Golf Club members.
Title: Principal Physiotherapist
Years of Experience: 7
Special Interest Areas:
Acute and chronic lower back pain.
Hip, groin and pelvic pain.
Lower limb running and overuse injuries.
Foot and ankle conditions.
Pre and post-op rehabilitation.
Athlete injury prevention and performance enhancement.
Andrew Clark is the owner and principal physiotherapist at Clinical Physiotherapy. Andrew graduated with a Masters degree from the University of Sydney in 2010 and has since had 6 years experience working in musculoskeletal private practice. He has undergone extensive professional development and has experience treating a wide variety of patients and musculoskeletal conditions.
In his spare time, Andrew keeps fit with running and resistance training and enjoys watching Swans games and hitting a few balls at the driving range. But most of all he enjoys spending lazy Sundays with his wife Bridget and daughter Sophie.
APA Titled Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
B.Sp.Ex.Sc.,M.Physio.,M.Physio (Sports & Musc.), APAM
Title: Senior Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.
Years of Experience: 6
Special Interest Areas:
Acute & chronic neck pain.
Sporting injuries – particularly hamstring injuries.
Shoulder and elbow pain.
Orthopaedic Prehabilitation & Rehabilitation.
Upper & Lower Limb Tendon pain.
Athlete screening and program design.
Stephen Andreazza joined the Clinical Physiotherapy team in February 2017. Stephen completed his Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2012, following a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise & Sports Science. In the pursuit of advancing his clinical knowledge and skills to better treat his patients, he undertook a Masters of Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, which he completed in 2016. Stephen was awarded a certificate of Academic Excellence upon graduation.
In his spare time, Stephen keeps fit with strength training in the gym, and working on his building his garden at home. He enjoys spending time with his fiance, Georgia as well as his cat, Tinkerbell.