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The Hermitage

Unit 7, 72-80 Lake Road, Port Macquarie, NSW 2444, EMAIL REMIT' TO: hermitage@physioandhealth.com.au

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Harley McAllister

Harley McAllister

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Harley is a Physiotherapist from western NSW who moved his young family to Port Macquarie for a sea change in 2018. Harley has gained a well-rounded understanding of the Physiotherapy profession having worked in acute and subacute hospital settings prior to moving into Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Harley has a particular interest in: Sporting injuries Overuse tendon injuries Shoulder and upper limb injuries/pain Back and neck pain Stroke rehabilitation and vertigo View details »

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Trent McBlane

Trent McBlane

Physiotherapist

Trent has been in the health industry for the past 12 years. He has a Bachelor in Physiotherapy, a Bachelor in Exercise Science and has been a Crossfit Coach and Strength & Condioning Coach for various teams and Athletes. Trent is origingally from Gunnedah then moved to Manly to play Rugby Union. He has ties to the Hastings region and decided to make the move north and call Port Macquarie home. Trent has an interest in: Sports injury Rehabilitation, Post Operative Rehabilitation, Neck and back pain, & Shoulder injuries Having experienced several injuries in his sporting career, Trent has an understanding of what his patients are going through and what needs to be done to get them back on track. If Trent is not in the clinic treating, you might find him taking an early morning beach swim, training at the gym or mountain biking. View details »

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Paul Seward

Paul Seward

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Paul grew up in the Cronulla area and graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy in 1984. He worked in the Gosford and Coffs Harbour regions prior to purchasing the current physiotherapy practice in Port Macquarie in 1986. Paul was drawn to physiotherapy from his lifelong interest in sports and fitness and managing his own injuries as a junior sportsman. He has over 30 years of hands-on physiotherapy experience, has a graduate degree in physiotherapy and is an “Approved Institute of Sport Provider”. Paul has worked as a physiotherapist with many sporting teams and clubs over the years in Rugby League, Rugby Union and Touch Football. What he enjoys most about Hastings Physiotherapy is the great teamwork environment and wonderful and interesting patients from all ages and walks of life. Paul’s areas of special interest include orthopaedic injuries and sports injury management; biomechanical analysis of movement to help with ankle, knee, back, neck and shoulder pain; extensive orthopaedic and fracture management; and management of long-term neck and back pain with exercise prescription. Apart from his passion for work, Paul enjoys spending time travelling with his wife and two children. He also finds time to enjoy surfing, playing touch football, cycling and flying. View details »

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