Jon Davis APAM
Titled APA Sports Physiotherapist
B.Physio, M.Physio (sports)
Jon Davis is an accomplished and experienced physiotherapist of 15 years.
Before settling locally, Jon and his family were based in Canberra where Jon worked as a senior sports physiotherapist at the Australian Institute of Sport.
Jon has had the honour of being a member of the Australian medical team for the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, and was the lead Australian physiotherapist for the 2014 Sochi Winter Paralympics. His patients benefit from him having worked alongside some of the nations leading sports medicine practitioners.
Jon has expertise in best practice physiotherapy and rehabilitation of injuries. He has a particular interest in overuse injuries, including tendons. He has lectured on topics such as shoulder, knee and ankle rehabilitation, and bone health, pain and injury prevention.
Outside of work Jon enjoys time with his wife and three boys- mostly keeping active with camping, fishing, gardening and sports.
Kate Summers APAM
B.Physio (hons), PhD Candidate
Kate is a friendly and happy physiotherapist who is loved by all her patients.
Kate has been working in private practice since 2011, developing a wide array of quality treatment skills. Kate is interested in the rehabilitation process of musculoskeletal injuries. Kate is excellent at diagnosis and problem solving, and has developed speciality in the management of complex back and neck pain with active rehabilitation.
Kate has excellent personal skills building a friendly rapport with a complete range of patients of all ages. Kate enjoys helping people, and having the meet different characters along the process.
Although Kate graduated from the University of Newcastle with Bachelor’s degree with Honours n 2010 and is currently undertaking her PhD at the University of Newcastle hip and groin injuries in basketball. Whist a passionate physiotherapist with an interest in all sports as she is a keen netballer. As well as netball, Kate enjoys spending her free-time outside camping or exploring or playing with her two dogs.
Giles Manley APAM
Giles graduated from Newcastle Uni in 2017 and has joined us at PhysioStudio. He has a particular interest in injury prevention, neck rehabilitation, foot and ankle injuries. Outside of work Giles is active playing cricket, cycling and is quite a talented musician.