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Justine Walker

Physiotherapist
Bach of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) University of Sydney

Justine Walker graduated from Sydney University with a degree in Physiotherapy. Since starting work with BJC in 2016 Justine has developed a thorough knowledge on Arthritis Care and Management. She has been working alongside the Rheumatologists to gain insight in complex cases providing solutions for patients with a “few things” going on!

With a sporting background on the Hockey field and now Rock Climbing her passions are to help patients maintain a healthy lifestyle and reach their goals.

Justine is working with both the NSW and Australian Rock Climbing Teams establishing Physiotherapy and Injury protocols leading up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She is currently working with the coaches and athletes to achieve maximum performances and minimise injuries.

Justine’s treatment techniques involve manual therapy, dry needling, individual exercise prescription and Chronic Pain Education tailored specifically to her patients needs.

When she is not focusing on Physiotherapy, Justine loves nothing more then to be up in the Blue Mountains rock climbing, going on treks overseas in Nepal or going to see live reggae music gigs!

Justine Walker MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

Physiotherapist
Bach of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) University of Sydney

Justine Walker graduated from Sydney University with a degree in Physiotherapy. Since starting work with BJC in 2016 Justine has developed a thorough knowledge on Arthritis Care and Management. She has been working alongside the Rheumatologists to gain insight in complex cases providing solutions for patients with a “few things” going on!

With a sporting background on the Hockey field and now Rock Climbing her passions are to help patients maintain a healthy lifestyle and reach their goals.

Justine is working with both the NSW and Australian Rock Climbing Teams establishing Physiotherapy and Injury protocols leading up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She is currently working with the coaches and athletes to achieve maximum performances and minimise injuries.

Justine’s treatment techniques involve manual therapy, dry needling, individual exercise prescription and Chronic Pain Education tailored specifically to her patients needs.

When she is not focusing on Physiotherapy, Justine loves nothing more then to be up in the Blue Mountains rock climbing, going on treks overseas in Nepal or going to see live reggae music gigs!

Education & Training

  • University of Sydney

Languages Spoken

  • English

Affiliations & Memberships

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • NSW/ACT Sport Climbing Association and Sport Climbing Australia

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