Ros Chow

Physiotherapist


Ros has been a partner in the practice since 1988. Her areas of special interest are spinal problems, cervical headache, whiplash, shoulder and hip problems.
She is passionate about Clinical Pilates, having witnessed the enormous changes it has made in the lives of countless clients, even those with long-standing problems. Ros has used Pilates to successfully overcome a recurrent disc problem in her lower back. She has developed innovative ways of using Pilates equipment to fast track the re-training of affected muscles to correct faulty movement patterns that keep us in pain.

Along with Clinical Pilates she uses a variety of manual therapy treatments to help her clients. Acupuncture and cupping therapy were also introduced as treatments to the practice after Ros completed an Acupuncture course and exchange program in Hangzhou, China in 1987.

Outside of work, Ros enjoys travel, the ballet, long walks and weekends away. She continues to develop body and mind through Iyengar 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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