Our Team

Shane Roenne
Director (BaAppSc Physio)

I started my physio career over 15 years ago and I feel I have been very lucky to find something that I really love doing and has taken me around the world working. I can’t imagine not being a physio. I created this company as a reflection of my personal philosophy on life and wellness. I want to inspire people to live the lives they want and to not be held back by their bodies.

 

I have two wonderful kids under the age of three and they have helped shape my outlook on the importance of being able to move and play at any age. My belief is that moving well means we can get the most out of life as well having less injuries and performing better. I want to make it fun and not a chore, so you will never get a long list exercises when you come to see us.

Ben Gildersleeve
Assistant Clinic Manager and Physiotherapist (BaAppSc Physio)

My name is Ben and I completed my Master’s of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2017. During this time I gained knowledge and experience in treating acute injuries and practicing in a variety of hospital settings including pulmonary rehabilitation, aged care and out-patient musculoskeletal settings.

 

I completed a Bachelors Degree in Health Science (Exercise and Sport) at the University of Western Sydney in 2015 and also hold a Bachelors of Psychology from Macquarie University.

 

I have been a member of the Australian Army Reserves for the past 11 years as an Officer in the Royal Australian Armoured Corps. I have also been a Personal Trainer for the past 3 years and enjoy supporting people to surpass their personal fitness goals. I am passionate about supporting people to return to full capacity following injury.

 

I am highly disciplined and have developed a flexible and adaptable communication style. I am able to quickly adjust treatments and interventions to where you are at mentally in your recovery journey.
Remember, there are no silly question except for the one not asked.

Daniel Ralston
Physiotherapist (BaAppSc Physio)

My name is Danny Ralston and I studied a Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. During my studies I have spent time in a variety of hospitals and have seen a wide range of conditions from muscle based issues to post-heart surgery rehabilitation. I have taught swim teaching/coaching for the past 7 years and I like to go swimming in my spare time. I am also play Waterpolo and Oztag team to keep myself fit. My secret indulgence are hot chips.

Sophie Meredith
Physiotherapist (BaAppSc Physio)

I’m Sophie and I completed my Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra in 2017. I have worked with the Belconnen Magpies AFL team for two years and transitioned across to the Gungahlin Jets AFL team for another 2 years. Since finishing university I have worked in both private practice and the hospital setting with ICU experience and chest physiotherapy.

 

I am now a women’s health physiotherapist treating females affected with issues such as incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. I am passionate about empowering females to achieve more and live life without fear of pelvic issues.

 

In my downtime, I am a fencer (epee) competing at club, state and national levels and love going for runs with my husky puppy, Ottie.

David Ko
Physiotherapist (BaAppSc Physio) 

My name is David and I completed my Doctors of Physiotherapy at Macquarie University. Throughout my education I have worked in a variety of hospital settings such as cardiorespiratory, neurological/stroke, out-patient musculoskeletal rehabilitation and various sport and private practice settings.

 

Additionally, I have written a research dissertation paper on lymphoedema where I conducted clinical trials at the Macquarie University Lymphoedema Clinic.

 

Personally, I have lived with chronic low back and neck pain throughout my life due to an auto-immune disorder called ankylosing spondylitis (AS). I understand the physical and emotional stress that comes with chronic pain, therefore, it’s my passion to treat chronic spinal conditions.

 

I’m managing my chronic condition by staying active and incorporating strength and functional training. I thoroughly enjoy strength training and playing soccer in my spare time.

Monique Denyer
Physiotherapist

I studied my Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney and graduated in 2018. Throughout my studies I gained experience in private practice, aged care, rehabilitation and hospital settings. I have worked with a variety of conditions, including musculoskeletal, neurological and cardiopulmonary.

 

I currently teach Tone classes that are aimed at improving body awareness, strength, flexibility, balance, and much more. I have a history in gymnastics and netball, and spent the last 12 years competing and coaching cheer leading.

My goal is to help and inspire people to become the best versions of themselves and make a lifelong change.

Jen Bennett
Exercise Physiologist

My name is Jennifer and I’ve completed a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology at the University of Sydney. I have a range of clinical experience, working with people from conditions such as Type 2 diabetes to chronic lower back pain. I’ve also had previous experience coaching soccer and instructing yoga.

 

My passion is getting people back on track to lead a healthy life and be able to do things they love. I also love playing sport, particularly soccer, as well as going to the gym

Laura Gerber
Exercise Physiologist

My name is Laura and I am an Accredited Exercise Physiologist. I completed my Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology after completing a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science. I have had extensive experience in the fitness industry where I have specialised in women’s health and fitness. Movement has always been apart of my life and the more I work with clients, the more I appreciate how powerful it can be.

 

I am passionate about empowering others to optimize movement patterns, relieve pain and prevent injury through movement. Outside of work I love going to the gym, taking walks in the sunshine, and water skiing!

Courtney Tebbutt
Physiotherapy Assistant

My name is Courtney, I am an assistant physiotherapist at Rouse Hill Physio. I am currently studying Physical Activity and Health Science at the Australian Catholic University, working towards becoming a physiotherapist. I have a special interest in helping people achieve their goals and improve their lifestyle. Outside of work I like to kayak, water ski and play soccer.

Kylah Howlett
Lead Receptionist

My name is Kylah and I’m the head receptionist at Rouse Hill Physio. I have been doing aerial silks for the past two years and I love it! Like most people I love travelling and aim to travel to a new country every year. I love Boost juice, people watching and Harry Potter.

Britney Wilson
Reception

My name is Britney, I’m one of the receptionists and part of the social media team at Rouse Hill Physio. I am a competitive cheerleader and netballer, both in which I have been involved in for most my life. I’m currently studying a bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at the Australian Catholic University and hope to be an Exercise Physiologist one day.

Amy Coleman
Reception

My name is Amy, and I am 21 years old. I have done trampolining for nearly 16 years now and currently train 10 hours a week. I have competed and placed at a state and national level. I became interested in physiotherapy after sustaining an ankle injury a few years ago, and as a result, I am currently studying to become a physio assistant at TAFE, and plan to go study physiotherapy at university.

Ruby Skippen
Reception

My name is Ruby, I am one of the receptionists at Rouse Hill Physio. After I finish school I would like to work in the disability care industry and help people live life to their full potential. When I’m not at work I enjoy reading and hanging out with friends.

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