ABOUT THE PHYSIO STATIONPHYSIOTHERAPIST ORANGE NSW
The Physio Station is based out of The Wellness House, Orange. The Wellness House is a multidisciplinary health clinic with GP’s, physiotherapists, nurses, psychologists, chiropractor, pathologist, podiatrists, and dentists. It is a supportive health environment that offers the opportunity for better integrated care and choice for the customer. And it has a great café, the Pickle & Fig!
The Physio Station is also mobile and offers services based onsite at workplaces, nursing homes, gyms, and sporting events.
Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist
B Physio, M Sports Physio, APAM
Julian grew up on the Mid North Coast and had never heard of places like Molong, Yeoval and Cumnock until meeting his wife who had grown up in the country. They moved to the Orange Area in 2013 and now have a young family.
Julian chose to do physiotherapy as he loves problem solving and experienced chronic back pain as a teenage surfer and rugby player.
Julian completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at The University of Newcastle and has also since completed a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy through La Trobe University. Julian is the only titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist in Orange.
Julian is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
B AppSc(Phty), APAM
Jocelyn Wood is a physiotherapist with over 30years experience in providing patient centred treatments, individualised to each client’s specific needs and lifestyle requirements.
Jocelyn completed her Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy and has worked predominately in Sydney and Orange NSW.
She moved to Orange NSW in 1999 with her young family and has been working as a physiotherapist within the Orange NSW community for 18 years. Through her family’s sporting pursuits, she has been involved in athletics, cross country, hockey, rowing, cycling and triathlons.
Jocelyn is interested in maintaining health through the ages, postural awareness and reinforcing correct movement patterns to help delay surgical interventions and help you maintain mobility.
Each patient is assessed and together a plan is formulated to enable you to live as independently and pain-free as possible. Jocelyn strives to provide each client with the knowledge to help them manage their symptoms independently at home.
Jocelyn is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and regularly attends training courses to update her clinical knowledge to enable her to provide current evidence based treatments.
Jocelyn joined Julian in 2017 after a trip around Australia.