Provider's Bio

Wesley joined the Activ Therapy team in 2013, graduating from the University of Western Sydney with a Bachelor of Health Science (Sport and Exercise Science) as well as his Doctor of Physiotherapy degree. 

He has a keen interest in sports performance and injury prevention, in particular for basketball which he has competed at the representative level. Wesley has worked for two years as the team Physiotherapist for the South West Sydney Magpies AFL club, allowing him to work closely with athletes and allowing him to gain invaluable experience in treating musculoskeletal injuries,  particularly of the knee, shoulder, ankle, neck and back ailments.

Wesley understands the importance of implementing evidence based research into clinical practice. As part of Wesley’s Doctor of Physiotherapy degree, his research thesis investigated the activity levels of patients in a private rehabilitation facility. This research project is in the process of publication.

Wesley is also experienced in assessing workplace desk ergonomics, having completed clinical placements at Optus. As such, he understands the importance of optimising posture and the desk space to reduce the strain on the body during work.
Wesley applies a variety of hands on treatment techniques which include:

  • Mulligans concept

  • Maitland concept

  • McKenzie Method

  • Trigger point therapy

  • Sports taping


Wesley’s other qualifications include:

  • Level 1 Sports trainer

  • Diploma in Fitness


In his spare time outside the clinic Wesley enjoys weight training and playing basketball.

Provider's Registration Group

  • Therapeutic Supports (Improved Daily Living)

NDIS Registered Provider?

  • Yes

Mr. Wesley Henrisson

Physiotherapist

ActivTherapy Chipping Norton

 

Ph: (02) 9726 4491

Fax: (02) 9726 4482

Shop 13

Chipping Norton Market Plaza

Cnr of Ernest Ave & Barry Rd

Chipping Norton NSW 2170

www.activtherapy.com.au

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