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 completed his Master’s of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2017. During this time he 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 and chronic conditions.
Ben has completed a Bachelors Degree in Health Science (Exercise and Sport) at the University of Western Sydney in 2015 and also holds a Bachelors of Psychology from Macquarie University.
He has been a member of the Australian Army Reserves for the past 11 years as an Officer in the Royal Australian Armoured Corps. He has also been a Personal Trainer for the past 3 years and enjoys supporting people to surpass their personal fitness goals. He is passionate about supporting people to return to full capacity following injury.
Ben is highly disciplined and has developed a flexible and adaptable communication style. He is able to quickly adjust treatments and interventions to where you are at mentally in your recovery journey.
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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.
Shima is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA), having completed Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology at Australian Catholic University. She believes exercise is medicine and enjoins, helping people reach their full potential by providing a safe and effective exercise program. Her passion is to motivate, guide, and assist clients in achieving their new, happy and healthy lifestyle. Shima’s special interest is in strength and conditioning, weight loss, pre and post injury and rehabilitation, neck and back pain and also posture
correction. In her spare time, Shima likes remaining active and exercising regularly and has a strong passion for swimming and Pilates.
Sophie completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy study at the University of Canberra in 2017. She was working with the Belconnen Magpies AFL team in 2015, then moved to the Gungahlin Jets AFL team from 2016-2017. Since finishing university she has been working in both private practice and the hospital system. She is a fencer, competing at regional, state and national levels and has started doing park run with her husky pup every Saturday.
I am currently studying my Bachelor of Diagnostic Radiography at Sydney University as well as playing National League Water Polo for Drummyone. I am a strong believer in that exercise and fitness is the key to living a healthy, happy life. Rouse Hill Physio combines a love of movement and recovery in a team orientated environment which is why I think it is such a great place to work.
My name is Kylah and I’m the new 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.
David completed his Doctors of Physiotherapy at Macquarie University in 2018. During this time he gained knowledge and experience in treating a variety of conditions. He was conducted and written a research dissertation paper on lymphoedema. David also thoroughly enjoys strength training and playing soccer in his spare time.
My name is Jennifer Bennett 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