A little more about Sharpe's Physio.
We are a small family run business, situated just underneath Charlestown Central Leagues Club. We are simply about offering friendly, professional and effective treatment. Our goal is to get each and every one of our patients back to a pain free life, moving better and with a greater understanding of your body. We are passionate about helping you return to doing the things you love!
We take pride in patient care, listening to you and getting to know all the in and outs of your pain and problems. Once we have diagnosed your injury, we will help you to understand what is going on so you can self-manage your injury. We believe this is key to your pro-longed recovery, so that you can be pain free for good!
A number of different treatment options will be used to get you back to health as soon as possible. These include; hands on therapy, ultrasound, therapeutic exercise, bracing and taping where applicable, foot orthotics if needed. Over the years we have gained connections with other local medical professionals and as it is our goal to get you back to optimum health, we may refer you to another trusted medical specialist if needed.
We are members of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and are happy to take WorkCover, DVA patients with a Gold or White card and patients with an Medicare EPC Form (Doctor Referrals are needed for WorkCover, DVA & Medicare Appointments).
We look forward to meeting you soon!
Having graduated from the University of Sydney in 2004, Matthew has over 12 years of experience working in the clinical setting both in Australia and the UK.
Dan graduated in 2016 and joined the Sharpe's team in December 2020.
Lachlan graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2015 and had been working for Sharpe's Physio since May 2017. He is a local from Redhead who spends his spare time mountain biking, kite surfing and heading to the snow!
Bronte graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2018 and joined the Sharpe's team as an enthusiastic & passionate physiotherapist in February 2019.
Rachel completed her Cert IV in Allied Health in 2019 and is currently studying Exercise and Sport Science at the University of Newcastle.