Warners Bay & Newcastle Physio, Scar & Fascia Release,Feldenkrais Programs + Mobile Physio Services.
Lynette Guy – (PhD)
Lynette Guy purchased the practice Physio 2U Newcastle from Physio Connor Gleadhill – who has moved onto exciting new roles in the Sporting, Fitness and WorkPlace Environments.
Meet your new Physio 2U physio – Dr Lynette Guy (PhD).
As the new owner of Physio 2U Newcastle I would like to introduce myself – I have extensive Physiotherapy experience, working across many different settings and treating many conditions. My prior experience assists in being able to support the needs of may different people who might be suffering a number of conditions and with complex need.
I have many years of experience across a variety of fields, including Orthopaedic, Musculoskeletal, Neurological and Pain Conditions, treatment of adults and those in Aged Care. My work includes Public Hospital settings, Private Hospitals and Physiotherapy Practice, as well as in University Academic and Research positions.
Work in Occupational Rehabilitation settings with Rehabilitation Providers, Employers and Insurance Companies, within both Worker’s Compensation and Third Party schemes.
Completing Feldenkrais Training in Australia in 2005, I still attend a wide range of Continuing Education in this field. And offer both Individual treatments (known as Functional Integration or FI’s) and Group sessions (Known as Awareness Through Movement Classes).
Post Graduate Education: Since becoming a Physiotherapist, I have further completed Post Graduate education including:
Master’s Degree in Applied Science – Research (La Trobe Uni, Melbourne).
Graduate Certificate in Counselling (Australian College of Applied Science, Sydney).
Graduate Certificate in Science in Medicine – Pain Management (Pain Management Research Institute, University of Sydney).
Ph D – which examined the ‘Meanings of Chronic Pain’ comparing perspectives from both Patients & Practitioners (Supervised by Professor Stephanie Short, School of Public Health, Griffith University).
This mix of academic training, research expertise and continuing education supports the provision of quality services for those conditions requiring a range of treatments, be it management of pain, hand’s on treatment of soft tissues, exercise prescription and/or mobility advice.