Leanne MacHielse

Physiotherapist


Leanne has worked in private practice since 1983 and became a partner in the practice in 1985. Her main area of professional interest is sports physiotherapy and the treatment of ankles, knees and adolescent ‘growing pains’.

A netball fan, Leanne first worked as a physio in her favourite sport at ‘grass-roots’ level, gaining valuable experience before being offered the opportunity to work with the NSW and Under 21 national teams. She completed her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy in 1996 and was appointed physiotherapist for the Australian Netball Team in 1998, a position she retained for five years.

Leanne’s experience gives her real empathy with anyone who has sustained a sports injury. No matter the sport, or whether you participate at an elite or recreational level, Leanne will help you get back to doing what you love as quickly as possible.

In her leisure time, Leanne enjoys a good book, a dig in the garden, long walks, fine red wine and the meditative aspects of yoga.

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MGS Manly

CONTACT

Phone 02 9976 2666
Fax 02 9976 2675
Email info@mgs.physio

ADDRESS

1 Whistler Street
Manly NSW 2095

OPENING HOURS

Mon – Fri, 7am – 7pm
Sat, 8am – 1pm

MGS Mona Vale

CONTACT

Phone 02 9979 6978
Fax 02 9979 2161
Email monavale@mgs.physio

ADDRESS

Shop 2, Peninsula Plaza,
20 Bungan Street
Mona Vale NSW 2103

OPENING HOURS

Mon – Fri, 7am – 7pm
Sat, 8am – 1pm

MGS North Curl Curl

CONTACT

Phone 02 9905 3500
Fax 02 9905 3501
Email northcurlcurl@mgs.physio

ADDRESS

53 Griffin Road
North Curl Curl NSW 2099

OPENING HOURS

Mon – Fri, 7am – 7pm
Sat, 8am – 12pm

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