“I have been playing sport at an international level for the last 10 years and have developed a keen interest in ways to best manage my own training, sporting performance and well-being. The Diploma of Remedial Massage that I completed in 2012 marked the beginning of my passion to educate myself about the human body and various methods to help myself and others overcome pain, manage injury and perform at the highest level.”
Now in his final year of a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport science at Sydney University, Phil’s extensive knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics is something that you won’t find with your average massage therapist.
Phil has also been working with the Greater Western Sydney Giants AFL Club since 2012. This, along with regularly treating the likes of a Paralympic medal winning swimmer, internationally competitive powerlifters, and one of Australias most successful concert pianists, shows that he is the practitioner to see if you are serious about getting your body to function at its best.
Phil’s hours are as follows:
|07:30 – 20:00||07:30 – 18:00||14:00 – 19:00|
Book in with Phil at Cartwright Physicaltherapy today!
Christine has extensive experience with many years practising as a massage therapist. Customising in the modalities of deep tissue, remedial and sports therapy massage, she satisfies the unique needs of the individual. Her techniques are very effective for improving mobility and function, lowering blood pressure, improving recovery and reducing chronic pain. Her style of massage can be beneficial in reducing stress hormone levels and heart rate, whilst boosting mood and relaxation by triggering the release of oxytocin and serotonin.
Christine is otherwise known for practising Martial Arts for over 20 years. Initially studying Tae Kwon Do to black belt level, she was bitten hard by the awesome feeling of peak fitness and reaching her own personal triumphs. She has accomplished many goals including two time State Champion and Australian Kickboxing Champion.
“As a former elite level athlete and mother of three, I have a unique personal perspective on the demands we can put on our bodies in training and in our normal day-to-day lives.Improving performance is a priority to every competitor and is also where my passion lies. Massage is an important part of maintaining peak fitness and enhancing recovery from muscular stress and strain.”
Christine’s hours are as follows:
|07:00 – 14:00||09:00 – 14:00||7:00 – 16:00|
Book in with her at Cartwright Physicaltherapy now to be at the top of your game in your life and sport!