Jenny Hynes FACP
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Jenny sat extensive examinations to be inducted as a fellow into the Australian College of Physiotherapy in 2009 and gain the title of Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, one of only a few physiotherapists in the state to have done so.
Jenny has over 20 years of experience in the treatment of the musculoskeletal conditions, holding a Masters degree in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and post graduate training in Osteopathy. She is a lecturer at Melbourne and Victoria Universities and has specialized expertise in the management of low back, pelvic girdle and hip pain. Jenny is involved in running numerous post graduate courses both for the physiotherapy and osteopathic professions, is the physiotherapy Medical Panel consultant for Worksafe Victoria and consults for a variety of elite sporting teams and individual athletes.
President Elect, Australian Hand Therapy Association
Karen received a scholarship to study hand therapy in Europe and has now been practising for 20 years. Karen attained full membership of the Australian Hand Therapy Association in 1993 and has twice been voted onto the executive of the association. Karen successfully convened the national AHTA conference in 2008 in Melbourne, with a conference theme of Occupational Injuries. Currently, Karen is focusing on her special interest in Musicians Injuries and is consulting at Melbourne Hand Rehab, Richmond.
John graduated as a Physiotherapist from the Auckland University of Technology with the John Morris memorial prize for outstanding clinical practise in 2003. John has since completed Post Graduate Diplomas in both Sports Medicine and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy with distinction, also collecting the Searle Shield for excellence in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. John’s specific area of interest lies in the management of sports injuries and musculoskeletal injury management. John employs a hands – on holistic approach and has a vast amount of clinical experience dealing with patients both from the athletic population and the community setting, including the elderly and adolescents.